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Stop the Bleed Virtual Training

Unforeseen injuries can occur at any time, to any person -- falling off a ladder, having a kitchen mishap or being involved in a car crash. Thankfully, anyone can be trained to help save lives. The goal of the Stop the Bleed program is to help people like you learn how to prevent deaths from traumatic bleeding. Become empowered to save a life and sign up for virtual training to ‘stop the bleed.’

Training is 1 hour

  • First 30 minutes – lecture where all participants are together
  • Second 30 minutes – skills training with an instructor. Students will be asked to demonstrate wound packing and tourniquet placement.

To successfully complete the training, you must:

  • Attend entire class and be engaged via video
  • Practice wound packing and tourniquet placement with instructor
  • You will receive a link to complete a short survey and receive a certificate 

Registration closes one week prior to the scheduled event. Please read the "What to Bring" tab to ensure you have the required materials.

Request a Group Training Session

If you would like to provide a free Stop the Bleed training to your staff, employees, or students, please submit a Group Training Request.

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What to Bring

Requirements and Preparation for Training:

  • Computer access with video and voice capabilities. Participants will be required to have video camera enabled throughout the entire meeting. Please blur your background.
  • Training Kit. If you do not have access to a training kit, you can download the DIY training kit PDF or watch this DIY training kit instructional video to create your own kit prior to training.
    • Pool noodle or foam roller
    • Household scissors
    • Training tourniquet – combat application tourniquet or a similar windless tourniquet used for training only. No belts, neck ties or any household items.
    • Absorbent material (cloth or gauze)