Why is Stop the Bleed so Important?
Stop the Bleed Training
IS SO IMPORTANT!
- 22 school shootings resulting in fatalities through July 2019.
- Approximately 187,000 students in the US have experienced school shootings since Columbine.
- The American College of Trauma Surgeons with the US Department of Defense and Homeland Security initiated the Stop the Bleed training following the Sandy Hook massacre in 2012.
- Stop the Bleed’s goal: hands-on training of non-healthcare providers with very simple & basic techniques that will stop life-threatening bleeding.
- The training is FREE!
- It only takes 1 hour.
- Appropriate for all administrators, educators, office & school staff. Appropriate for high school students.
Schedule your 1-hour training today!
There is nothing more tragic than a bleeding death that could have been prevented.
October 29, 2019 Trauma w/ACEs and Resiliency. Stop the Bleed basic training
CTE Teachers, Counselors & Administration
Understanding Trauma & Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs):
How to Build Resilience in Yourself and Your Students
National Campaign: “Stop the Bleed”
When: Tuesday, October 29, 2019 / 8:00am – 2:30pm
Where: Illinois State University Alumni Center
1101 N. Main Street, Normal, IL. 61790
What: An engaging interactive day exploring Trauma Informed Care with ACEs and Building Resilience in Yourself & Your Students!
“Stop the Bleed” is a National “hands on” Campaign to prepare participants to save lives by raising awareness of basic actions to stop life-threatening bleeding!
5.5 PD hours for teachers
Light Breakfast & Boxed Lunch provided
Cost: $30 / REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED – visit
** This workshop is brought to you by the Innovative Curriculum Resources Project pursuant to a grant from the Illinois State Board of Education and funded 100% through Carl D. Perkins Career & Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006.
PRESENTED BY: BROOKS HARPER
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