Center for Simulation Education

Center for Simulation Education

The Mitchell Community College Center for Simulation Education (CSE) is a state-of-the-art simulation center located within the Mitchell Community College Health Sciences Building. The simulation center provides a variety of instructional methodologies to support inter-professional education. Educational strategies include:

  • Simulators including high-fidelity adult, pediatric and newborn manikins

  • Role-playing

  • Self-instruction

  • Faculty-assisted instruction

  • Task trainers

  • Standardized patients (trained actors)

  • Innovative, state-of-the-art multimedia

Using learning styles as a guide, participants and faculty select methods to broaden assessment, communication, psychomotor and cognitive skills within a safe environment. Replicating the essential aspects of a clinical situation allows participants to more readily understand and apply skills and judgment. Blending of low and high-fidelity simulations approximates what the participant’s may encounter in practice. Participants are given the opportunity to enhance skills in a realistic learning environment, which can be transferred into safe practice.


Mission, Vision and Values

Meet the Team

Simulation Equipment


Contact Us
Amanda Moose, MSN, RN, CHSE
Simulation Coordinator
(704) 878 3303