LLEAP - Laerdal Learning Application



LLEAP - Laerdal Learning Application

LLEAP unifies the control of all PC operated Laerdal simulators as well as simulations with standardised patients and task trainers. LLEAP brings simplicity to running simulation training and efficiencies to the management and development of scenarios.

It's a true timesaver because LLEAP can be quickly adapted to several different simulation environments without difficulty.

Chris Martin, Simulation Director VCOM

 

   

      

    

Overview of LLEAP's features

Single, Intuitive Interface

Two Operation Modes

Easy Operation and Control

Advanced Patient Monitoring

Integrated Debriefing

Unified Scenario Platform

      

     

Tailor your license to your needs

There are three LLEAP license options available:

 


LLEAP Lite

Free to download and use


LLEAP Fundamentals

Ideal for task training
and self-directed learning


LLEAP

The whole package

Practice operating LLEAP on a virtual manikin

Bench test pre-programmed scenarios

Train with task trainers and standardised patients

 

Use a patient monitor in your simulation

 

Debrief using SimView or Session Viewer

 

Control a PC-operated Laerdal simulator

   

      



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