Simulation Australasia supports and has members across a wide variety of industries. Some of these industries have specialist committees to help foster networking, growth & to advocate for their members.
The Human Dimensions in Simulation Division is a multi-disciplinary, cross industry community of experts representing members with a specific interest in the human dimension of simulation applications, practices and processes. These include all aspects of human learning and interactions with simulation, workplace training, user experience, social and cultural development.
Modelling & Simulation is the computer simulation special community within Simulation Australasia. This community provides specialist support across multiple industries. Modelling and Simulation works with, and provides specialist support to, the professional development committee in their role of improving the skills and qualifications of the members.
Professional development Committee for Simulation Australasia provides ongoing advice to forward the uses and endeavours of simulation across Australasia. The role of this committee is to review standards for the simulation industry, and provide advice for credentialing and accreditation.
Read more about the Professional Development Committee.
Serious Games Australia & New Zealand (SGANZ) is a partnership of Simulation Australasia. The aim of SGANZ is to connect Serious Games practitioners from across Australia and New Zealand to create a community of practice which assists all members including researchers, developers, users and advocates.
the technologies special interest group is an evolving community passionate about exploring and promoting new technologies in simulation.
If you are interested in being a part of this group, please contact
The women in simulation interest group exists to promote and champion women in the simulation communitites. The first meeting was held in 2017 at the Australasian Simulation Congress.
If you are interested in activities related to this group, please contact