You can grant your leaners permission to use your PCS for Facilitator-Free Simulations from any internet enabled device of their own with Simulator Keys as explained in this help guide or by definint a specific, dedicated device they can use to control your PCS  as explained here.

To give your learners the option for Facilitator-Free Simulations with your PCS from their own device, all you need to do is share a Simulator Key with their PCS account. 

Start by loging into your PCS web account and opening your PCS' setting by clicking on the cogwheel next to your PCS in the "Simulators" tab.

Your PCS' "Simulator Key" can be found at the very bottom of this tab. To share your Simulator Key with learners you can

  1. Use the "Copy Key" button to simply copy the code and then send it directly to any learner (through for instance an email).

    In this case, your learners will need to manually enter this key code under their PCS account settings.

  2. Use the "Copy Link" button to copy an interactive link that you can send to your learners (through for instance email).

    In this case, once a learner opens this link, they'll be asked to sign into their PCS account and the key to your PCS will automatically be enterred under their account settings.

Once a Simulator Key has been entered under a learner's PCS account they will be able to run Facilitator-Free Simulation sessions with your PCS from their own device (like any smartphone, laptop or computer) from where they sign into their PCS account on

If you need to revoke access to your PCS, simply use the "Replace Key" button under your Simulator Settings. This will generate a new Simulator Key for your PCS and thus only those can use your PCS who have the up to date key entered on their account.

Next is to make sure learners have  access to a list of patients they'll need for their simulation practices.

Learners can create their own account at, and will be able to fully utilize facilitator-free simulation practice on the assigned device and browser, but with restricted access to the PCS controls and the patient(s).

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