Manage, Assess & DebriefSimulation & Training
For learning to be efficient, educational objectives must be clearly defined and training must have a measurable, positive impact on learners' clinical practice. Make the most of your training with tools to help you provide effective management, assessment, and debriefing.
Training Operation Options
Creating an Environment for Success in Simulation
SimCenter makes your simulation experience easier and more rewarding than ever. For the simulation novice to sophisticated developers, SimCenter has the tools and services to help every user realize their full potential.
Learn more about each of SimCenter's integrated components below:
Standardized scenarios from SimStore offer expert authored validated content that help to boost your productivity, while ensuring consistent educational experiences for your learners.
SimManager is a suite of online tools that enables you to fully maximize the information gathered from your simulation education program.
Laerdal Educational Services offer instructor-led on-site courses to help instructors implement best practices in simulation using hands-on interactive content. Courses range from how to get started, to basic simulation, to advanced use of simulators. We also offer consultative and custom solutions to help with more specific needs.
Make the most of your resources
Your students are your best resources. Peer-to-Peer simulation ensures all educational opportunities are utilized and results in more comprehensive learning.
A path to student success
Using a progressive model to build and improve skills and knowledge over time, self-directed learning is an instructional method to help you develop competence on your own terms.
A systematic approach to learning
The Circle of Learning is a systematic approach to learning and teaching. It can be used to help organize and prioritize the areas of learning most relevant to your educational objectives.
Improving competence and confidence
Research shows that healthcare providers’ skill retention declines as soon as three months after training. However, training in short, frequent intervals allows for continuous improvement and helps to maintain competence over time.