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Coventry University is a global, modern university with a mission of Creating Better Futures. It was founded by entrepreneurs and industrialists in 1843 as the Coventry School of Design and it continues to have strong links with the public and private sectors, providing job-ready graduates with the skills and creative thinking to improve their communities.

With a proud tradition of innovative teaching and learning, Coventry University has world-class campus facilities, the UK’s first standalone 5G network and a digital community of learning. Its students are part of a global network with 50,000 learners studying for Coventry University degrees in more than 40 different countries and collaborating with 150 higher education providers worldwide.

In April 2022, Coventry University was honoured with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the category of International Trade, the UK’s most prestigious business award. In recent years, It has won many awards and vastly improved our rankings in the league tables that matter to students – but what matters to us is delivering transformational change for our students, collaborators, and communities around the world as we continue to evolve into a global education group.

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Simulation technology

Coventry University is at the cutting edge of simulation technology. At its core is the Simulation Centre, where Techcamp will host its sessions.


As part of Coventry University, is an award-winning, advanced, leading-edge, people development training centre. Utilising digital technology, the centre is used to create fully immersive, real-time changeable, virtual training environments.


The virtual environments are combined with our experiential learning approach to immerse delegates in a physical space that replicates a realistic work environment - dealing with a relevant situation that includes live interactions with real people. This mixed reality combination of digital technology and quality in person interactions enables us to simulate realistic safe learning spaces, where they can develop practice and explore, to improve and enhance a variety of skills and behaviours, based on the principle that people learn from personal experience (learn by doing).

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 What is the simulation centre? 

The situation could be an existing or new business need, a dangerous situation or an unknown location. This experiential learning, without impacting on your organisations financial status, safety or customer perception is reinforced through feedback and coaching, sharing knowledge and mentoring. 

 Building the simulation Centre 

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