The primary function of the Simulation/Skills Laboratory Coordinator is to provide support to faculty and students through the coordination and organization of the activities and resources of the nursing simulation/skills laboratories; manage space, equipment, supplies, and budget. The Simulation/Skills Laboratory Coordinator will also maintain schedules for the practice laboratories, Graduate Assistants (GA's), Tuition Scholars (TS's), and Student Workers.
Provide student and faculty support to facilitate learning in Simulation/Skills labs:
Orients Faculty, Graduate Assistants, Tuition Scholars and Student Workers to lab resources and guidelines;
Collaborates with course coordinators each semester to establish a calendar of needs for lab space, equipment, and supplies;
Establishes and maintains a Master Simulation/Skills Lab Schedule, to include
Internal Number: 18668
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