1. Increase the safety and efficacy of patient care through innovative interdisciplinary training.
  2. Allow for learning in a safe, non-threatening and controlled environment away from the clinical setting.
  3. Build confidence and increase the performance of clinicians/students through training in communication skills, teamwork, leadership and clinical skills.
  4. Promote universal training syllabus in line with international patient care standards and current evidence to enhance patient safety.
  5. Develop simulation as a tool for the assessment of clinical skills.
  6. Use focused, methodologically sound research to measure the impact of simulation activities on learning and ultimately, clinical practice.
  7. To become a revenue generating and self-sustaining centre.