Stop the Bleed Course (SBC) 2-4 hour course

"Stop the Bleed" (SBC) is a valuable training program designed to equip participants with essential skills to control and manage severe bleeding in emergency situations.  We present this course between 2-4 hours depending on our clients’ needs.  SBC provide beneficial life-saving skills that can be applied for various settings, including households, schools, and other venues where life-threatening bleeding emergencies could occur.  Following is additional information on this course:


  • Course Duration: The course usually takes 2 to 4 hours to complete, making it a relatively short but informative training session.                                                                                                               
  • Course Objective: The primary goal of the Stop the Bleed course is to teach participants how to respond effectively when someone is experiencing severe bleeding. This can be vital in situations where rapid action is needed to save a life.                                                                                                            
  • Target Audience: The course is suitable for a wide range of individuals, including parents, teachers, school staff, community members, and anyone interested in acquiring the skills necessary to help in bleeding emergencies.                                                                                                               
  • Curriculum: The curriculum typically covers topics such as recognizing different types of bleeding, applying direct pressure, using tourniquets, and packing wounds. It also emphasizes the importance of calling 911 or seeking professional medical assistance when needed.                                             
  • Hands-On Training: Stop the Bleed courses often incorporate hands-on training and simulations, allowing participants to practice the skills they've learned in a controlled environment.    
  • Tourniquet Use: Tourniquet application is a key focus of the course. Participants are taught how to correctly apply a tourniquet to control severe bleeding from an extremity.                                         
  • Public Awareness: The Stop the Bleed program also aims to increase public awareness about the importance of bystander intervention in bleeding emergencies. Being prepared and knowing how to respond can make a significant difference in saving lives.

Overall, the Stop the Bleed course provides practical, potentially life-saving knowledge and skills for managing bleeding emergencies. It empowers individuals to take action in critical situations until professional medical help arrives.