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.
The ETS faculty in Japan conducted in February a Senior instructor course in Toyama, Japan.
ETS have been used in Japan since late 1990-s. The Japanese fauculty started 2010 and there are now over 250 certified Senior instructors in Japan.
The ETS faculty in Groningen, The Netherlands held a Senior instructor course in March with 16 participants from different parts of Holland.
Welcome to our Emergo Train System meeting in Brisbane at the WADEM congress!
The meeting is open for ETS Senior instructors or anyone who is interested in simulation and training with Emergo Train System (ETS). The ETS Competence center will host a meeting with presentations and discussions. It will be two similar sessions in order to allow for congress participants to attend other WADEM sessions. The meeting will be held at the Brisbane convention and exhibition centre on Thursday May 9 after lunch (13.00-17.30). No registration needed.
Location: Arbour A2 room. See floorplan here >>>>
13.00 - 14.45 Drop-in session with presentation and dialogue
15.00 - 17.30 Drop-in session with presentation and dialogue
The ETS Competence Centre
A new ETS burn victim bank version is now released! The Emergo Train System Burn victim bank consists of a total of 100 patients with various degree of burn injuries and is developed for the purpose of running simulation exercises were the scenario results in a number of patients with burn injuries.