Stop the Bleed Training Class Updates

Classes are filling fast...

From the Orleans Citizens Forum:

The ​Orleans Citizens Forum is pleased to continue our partnership with the ​Orleans Fire and Rescue Department by adding two additional ​Stop the Bleed training classes on June 11 and June 18. Orleans Fire Chief Tony Pike and members of the Orleans Fire and Rescue Department will conduct the training.   

We will also be continuing our partnership with the ​​​Orleans Police Department ​​​as the training site for these classes. Please note the time for these sessions is 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
 
Due to the hands-on nature of the program, class size is limited to 25 registrants only.

Please take a moment to view the video of our January Stop the Bleed class, provided by LowerCapeTV.  Click the link below:

Stop the Bleed Workshop Draws SRO Crowd

 
The following is our current class schedule and available openings in each class. We will update this weekly for your convenience. Seats are now available in the March 5 class.
 

CLASS/DATE     
 

LOCATION        
 

SEATS 
  AVAILABLE   

 

TIME  
 

STB II - 3/5         

Orleans Senior Center

3

4:30

STB III - 3/12

Orleans Senior Center

Filled

4:30

STB IV - 4/10

Orleans Police Department     

Filled

3:30

STB V - 5/8

Orleans Police Department

Filled

3:30

STB VI - 6/11

Orleans Police Department

23

3:30

STB VII - 6/18

Orleans Police Department

23

3:30

 

         
You may register online by CLICKING ON THIS LINK, where you can send us a message to enroll.  Please include ​your name, email address and contact phone number for all the people you are registering.


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