LLE® Certification FAQs

Question:

What is LLE®  Certification?

Answer:

LLE is a comprehensive certification that prepares the wound care professional for the credential in Lymphedema Lower Extremity Management. Having incorporated a “state of the art” skill set and theoretical framework, certified wound care professionals can significantly differentiate themselves with a mastery level of expertise in wound, lymphedema and edema management.

Question:

What does LLE stand for?

Answer:

LLE stands for Lymphedema Lower Extremity

Question:

What are the eligibility requirements for LLE certification?

Answer:

Candidate Exam Handbook

*ADDITIONAL FEE REQUIRED FOR THE “Edema Solutions for Wound Specialists Course”.

Question:

Who offers the course in Lymphedema Lower Extremity Management?

Answer:

Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy. The course title is “Edema Solutions for Wound Specialists” Click here for information about Norton School.

Question:

What can I expect on the test?

Answer:

The LLE Certification examination is an objective, multiple choice test consisting of up to 110 questions with a total testing time of two (2) hours.

Question:

At a PSI Test Center may I skip questions and go back to answer those questions later?

Answer:

Yes, as long as you have time remaining and do not close out of the exam.