December 31, 2021By Lance Baily

Extended Early-Bird: Upcoming TraumaSim 3 CE Moulage Course Unlocks Next Week

The platform “LEARN” periodically hosts a number of informative healthcare simulation courses. These courses are designed to provide insight into a variety of topics related to clinical simulation, including education, training, and practice. On January 12, 2022 at 2 PM PST, will launch TraumaSIM’s 3 CE Introduction to Moulage course and optional kit. This course is designed to whet learners’ appetite for moulage and provide them with the skills needed to provide quality professional moulage for medical simulations. To encourage all healthcare simulation learners and educators to participate in this course, today is the last day extended until Friday! to register using our Early Bird Code.

As an overview of this upcoming course subject, moulage (French for casting or molding) is defined as the art of applying mock injuries or medical cues for the purpose of training clinical professionals. Medically accurate moulage is vital to modern healthcare simulation and is used to add realism and enhance any training scenario or medical simulation. Quality moulage generates learner focus, ‘buy-in,’ and evokes a realistic stress response getting the learners closer to the real world. Moulage should align with the appropriate mechanism of injury and student outcomes to be useful and purposeful rather than a distraction.

This 3 CE hour introductory moulage course workshop, developed by TraumaSIM and uniquely recorded for, will take participants through planning their moulage to best fit their learners’ needs. Every supply and tool they need to engage in this course is included in the Moulage kit, shipping anywhere in the United States (and available via additional shipping charge globally). TraumaSIM highly recommends that anyone new to moulage also secure the kit in order to maximize their training outcomes.

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This course has a strong focus on safety and using professional-grade products to keep staff and learners safe from injury or allergic reaction and they and their workplace safe from litigation. The highly experienced TraumaSim team (who now also oversee has been delivering moulage services and workshops to a variety of military, medical, and emergency response personnel around the world since 2008.

In this introductory course, the team will discuss a range of moulage mediums to better understand the styles of moulage that can be utilized. Spanning three hours, TraumaSIM efficiently takes learners through moulage materials options looking at the pros and cons of each type of product. The team also teaches participants to step-by-step how to create a range of injuries such as bruises, shock and cyanosis, burns, open fractures, and lacerations to apply to their Standardized Patients (aka Simulated Patients) or simulated patient manikins.

TraumaSIM’s Introduction to Moulage Course & Optional Kit Early Bird Code:

One learning objective of this course is to be able to show an understanding of how to safely plan moulage for a healthcare simulation educational or training experiences, including examples of safety considerations. Another objective is to come to understand how simulated moulage makeup can be used in clinical simulation experiences to improve clinical patient outcomes. Upon completion of the course, learners will be able to list common applications of simulation in healthcare. Lastly, learners can expect to be able to create a realistic bruise using crème makeup on a human model or manikin, and a realistic open laceration using a wax-based moulage and simulated blood products by the conclusion of the course.

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Disclosures: TraumaSim and Trauma Simulation Group are proprietary limited companies in Australia which include Trauma Simulation Group LLC (limited liability company) in the USA trading as Military Moulage. TraumaSim is a Ben Nye Dealer licensed to on-sell Ben Nye Moulage range. Nola Pearce owns and operates the TraumaSIM Group.

More About the Instructor: Nola Pearce, BNg, GradDipNg (CritCareNurse), founder and managing director of TraumaSim Group &, has successfully delivered over 20,000 casualty simulations for training scenarios around the world. Nola has also achieved a Bachelor of Nursing, a Graduate Diploma in Critical Care Nursing, a Certificate of Hyperbaric Nursing, and an IV in Training & Assessment.

Nola Pearce has achieved a Bachelor of Nursing, a Graduate Diploma in Critical Care Nursing, a Certificate of Hyperbaric Nursing plus held a Certificate IV in Training & Assessment that enabled delivery and assessment of nationally accredited courses. She founded TraumaSim in 2008 and acquired Military Moulage in 2019. After 16 years of nursing, Nola moved into First Aid training where she specialized in curriculum development and Advanced First Aid training for the maritime and process industries. However, not confident that her students were really ready for the real-world response they were preparing for, Nola embarked on her mission to design and manufacture realistic training aids that would aid in improved training delivery and outcomes for both students and patients.

Also undertaking studies and training in Moulage and Disaster Exercise Design training in the U.S, Nola drew on her medical background to bring realism to the art of casualty simulation and has successfully delivered over 20,000 casualty simulations for training scenarios around the world. Collaborating with Universities, Medical Colleges, and various other education and training establishments, she is passionate about her work and the solutions the business can provide for all first responders and emergency personnel around the world.

More About’s LEARN Platform’s streamlined clinical simulation webinar platform relaunched in February, and has since featured even more informative and insightful healthcare simulation presentations! These webinars offer live and on-demand content from some of the world’s leading healthcare simulation experts, covering everything necessary to successfully start, develop or expand a clinical simulation program. Topics range from safe medication administration to moulage and manikin functions. Many webinar presentations are recorded and viewable from anywhere at any time.

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