"Educational services used to be about the product, now it's more about the best way to use the product."
Get the right start with your simulation program with this one-day, on-site course covering both simulator and educational topics.
If you are new to simulation or need to get up to speed on a new simulator, this course is for you. The Getting Started course introduces you to the basic functions of your simulator. Hands-on activities help your team become familiar with the simulator and how to be operational.
The course includes learning startup and shut down procedures, how to navigate the instructor application, patient monitor and instructor device operations, and the features of your simulator. After the course, you should be ready to start using your simulator for simulation-based education.
After this course, everyone new to simulation or with a new simulator will be ready to take the position head-on. You will also get you familiar with the Laerdal Learning software and learn how to get your simulators ready for training.
Understanding the features of your simulator helps you to start using your system for simulation-based scenario training. This course benefits you most if you are new to simulation or have invested in a new simulator.
As a simulation administrator, you need to ensure that everyone knows the basic features and functions of the equipment so they can get up and running quickly.
I liked the hands-on training and it was great to practice our skills afterwards to see if we grasped the information.
This is a one-day course for up to eight participants delivered at your facility by our Service Specialist.
Providing quality healthcare is a journey. We want to walk with you on that journey. We have the experience and expertise, plus the size and scale, to ensure you get the support you need. With Laerdal Services, everyone benefits – the instructors, learners, and most importantly the patients.
It's our goal to understand your goals for your simulation program. We want to know your specific learning objectives, your challenges, and how you want your program to evolve over time.
Our people empower you to be your best. People like Danny, one of our experienced Educational Service Specialists.
After completing the Getting Started Course you will understand the basic functions of your simulator. If you have a SimPad platform simulator, the next step is the Teaching with SimPad course. If you have a computer-based simulator, the Teaching with LLEAP course is right for you.
Once you are confident with your simulator operating system, the Teaching with Scenarios course will teach you how to use your system with pre-programmed scenarios and how to measure your training for evaluation and debriefing.