Training scenarios and simulations


Training scenarios and simulations are a great way of building confidence. Lazarus Training can help your staff build and maintain the confidence that comes from hands on practice. We all learn in different ways, but a practical skill such as first aid or medical response, should be taught and rehearsed in the most practical and realistic ways possible.


We can run stand alone medical scenario events at all different training levels or include medical treatment within your own training. Either way there is always a robust plan to ensure your delegates and your organisation get the most out of the event. We can deliver our training scenarios or simulations onsite [subject to the all the obvious risk assessments etc] or at our training venues.

Lazarus Training ensures prompt and appropriate feedback via its own documentation, trained observers and if desired/cleared the use of recording equipment such as camcorders.

We take great care in preparing our training scenarios and simulations, taking the time to develop “movie style” techniques for our casualty simulation used in our training.

Our team has received [and continues to receive] training and advice from TV and film professionals on the use of casualty simulation and special effects, ranging from the use of the training wounds, via weapon training and even how to fake smells to make the training as immersive as possible.

When training scenarios and simulations are done properly they can narrow the gap between the training course and the initial shock of encountering a real casualty. Designed to use proven techniques to enhance memory and speed reaction and decision making time, our scenarios are structured to stretch and test the delegates, but to ultimately build a better response to real life emergencies.

If you would like to know more about our training scenarios and simulations give us a call on 0800 242 5210.

Training scenarios and simulations showing a traumatic amputation.
Training scenarios and simulations from Lazarus Training. Simulation of a traumatic amputation.
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