"Stop the Bleed" is a remarkable nationwide initiative in the United States that aims to educate people about recognizing and responding to life-threatening bleeding situations effectively. This empowering campaign equips individuals with valuable knowledge and essential skills to take immediate action, potentially saving lives in critical bleeding emergencies.
A Stop the Bleed online course is now available at Heart Start CPR. The Stop the Bleed training consists of videos and interactive learning modules covering the basics of bleeding control, including how to apply direct pressure, use a tourniquet, and pack a wound.
The Stop the Bleed certification course also includes a post-assessment that tests your understanding of the material. After the completion of the course and passing the assessment, you will receive a Stop the Bleed certificate of completion.
The "Stop the Bleed" online course is a valuable resource for anyone wanting to learn how to respond to emergencies and potentially save lives. It is especially useful for individuals in high-risk professions, such as law enforcement, healthcare, and bleeding emergency response.
What You Will Learn at Stop the Bleed Certification Course?
Stop the Bleed Online Course consists of a series of video modules, each of which consists of different aspects of bleeding control. The videos are designed to be self-paced, and learners can complete the course on their own schedule. There is also a quiz at the end of the course to assess learners' understanding of the material.
The Stop the Bleed Certification course has several learning objectives, which include:
- Understanding the principle of bleeding control: The course aims to provide the participants with a basic understanding of the principle of bleeding control and apply them in emergencies.
- Identifying types of bleeding: Participants will learn to identify different types of, including arterial, venous, and capillary bleeding.
- Applying Pressure and Wound Packaging: The online certification course will teach the participants how to apply direct pressure and apply wound packing techniques to control bleeding.
- How to apply a tourniquet properly: The Stop the Bleed course will teach the participants to apply a tourniquet properly as a last resort to control severe bleeding
- Recognizing the signs of shocks: The online training will teach participants on recognizing the signs of shock, a potentially life-threatening condition that can occur when someone loses a significant amount of blood.
- Importance of bystander intervention: Participants will learn about bystander intervention to save lives in emergencies (bleeding emergency) by taking quick and appropriate actions.
Stop the Bleed Online Course
Online Session Only at $25
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- NO REFUNDS on Online Courses
- Exchange from an online course to a physical in-class course is only allowed if the keycode has not been sent to the student
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- If you would like to schedule a specific date and time for your class, you may do so 72 hours ahead of time. Just call our office to schedule your session time!
Please Note: This course has been tested on Windows XP and Mac OSX, with Internet Explorer 7+ or Firefox 2+. HeartCode programs are not supported by Apple Safari. Students are allowed up to 60 days after the completion of the online part of the course to complete the skills session.
Discount codes are not valid on online courses.
Enroll in the Stop the Bleed Training at Heart Start CPR
The Training is designed for anyone who wants to learn how to recognize and respond to life-threatening bleeding. Our Stop the Bleed online training course is specifically designed for a broad spectrum of individuals who understand the importance of having life-saving skills. Ideal for:
- Fitness Trainers
- Corporate Workers
- Restaurant Employees
Yet, the relevance of these skills extends beyond specific roles – this online Stop the Bleed training is open to anyone who wishes to learn how to stop bleeding in bleeding emergencies. Equip yourself with this crucial knowledge to protect both yourself and the people around you.
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Stop The Bleed FAQs
The first step in the Stop the Bleed process is ensuring your own safety. Before rushing to assist someone who is bleeding, it's crucial to confirm that the scene is safe for you to approach. You don't want to become a victim yourself.
Once safety is confirmed, the steps are usually as follows:
- Identify the bleeding: Look for any signs of life-threatening bleeding. This could be bleeding that is pooling, spurting, or soaking through clothing, or a limb or a part of the body that is partially or completely amputated.
- Compress and apply pressure: Use a clean cloth or bandages if available and apply direct pressure to the wound.
- Use a tourniquet: If the wound is on an arm or leg and the bleeding does not stop from pressure alone, a tourniquet should be used, if available. The tourniquet should be applied 2-3 inches above the bleeding site (never on a joint) and tightened until the bleeding stops.
- Use a hemostatic dressing: If a wound is on the neck, shoulder or groin, where a tourniquet cannot be used, and the bleeding does not stop with pressure alone, pack (stuff) the wound with a bleeding control (also called hemostatic) dressing, then apply pressure with both hands.
- Call 911 as soon as possible, if it's not done already.
Remember, each situation is unique, so the first responder should use their judgement to decide the best course of action based on the specific circumstances. The above steps should be performed in conjunction with professional medical advice whenever possible.