In November 2015 an international Senior instructor course was held by the ETS Competence center in Sweden. 18 students from 10 different countries are now certified ETS Senior instructors and can run exercises in their own country. During the course they learned how to plan, set up, run and evaluate simulation exercises with Emergo Train System.
On June 6 was the third international Emergo Train System workshop held in Toyama, Japan. The workshop was held at the Japanese Emergency Conference. There were ETS Senior instructors and Educators from Japan, Australia, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Kenya and Sweden present.
In May 5-7 an international Emergo Train System Senior instructor course was held by the ETS Competence center in Linköping, Sweden. The 21 participants were from Sweden, Denmark, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, Finland, Kenya, Korea and Hungary.
The UK ETS faculty delivered a Senior instructor course at the Diocesan centre in Salisbury on the 17th to 20th February 2015. The course trained 16 new Senior instructors and the students were a mixed Group ranging from Doctors to Emergency Planners. Two of our Senior instructors, Keith Fleming and Sandra Broad both qualified as Emergo Train System Educators during the course.
Emergo Train System (ETS) is an academic / educational simulation system used in several countries around the world for training and testing the preparedness and management of emergencies, major incidents and disasters.