Clinical Training and Evaluation Centre (CTEC)

A world-class interactive hospital training environment

UWA’s Clinical Training and Evaluation Centre (CTEC) is an Australasian hub of medical simulation knowledge and know-how, with a highly practical approach to medical and surgical skills training.

CTEC brings together an interactive hospital environment with expert clinical educators to offer training to medical professionals from junior doctors to senior consultants in a way that supplements traditional clinical-based training.

Workshops use a range of mechanical, computerised and inanimate tissues to replicate surgical procedures and scenarios, providing an authentic setting for doctors to learn clinical and behavioural skills.

In addition to CTEC’s workshops for medical professionals, the centre runs practical surgery skills workshops for students in the Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Master of Surgery (MS) courses.

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Opened by Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II in 2000

Trained 35,000+ health professionals

Around 380 educational sessions annually

Preparing UWA's medical students

Key partner

Fostering excellence in medical and surgical education

A key component of CTEC's educational program is its partnership with the Department of Health, Western Australia to provide educational and training episodes for Department of Health employees.

With strong international relationships with leading organisations across the medical and surgical industry, CTEC offers world-leading training experiences using modern equipment.


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Major sponsors

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CTEC/Anatomy Building, Entrance 2, Hackett Drive