Stop the Bleed Classes for January, February, March

Registration now open...

From the Orleans Citizens Forum:

The ​Orleans Citizens Forum and the Orleans Fire and Rescue Department concluded their 2019 training classes in November. Over 265 people were trained in the 10 classes conducted from January through November. All classes were filled.

This exceptionally successful program is a direct result of the expertise and professionalism of Orleans Fire Chief Tony Pike and his team including Administrative Assistant Melissa Clayton and  Firefighters Tom Pellegrino, Dana Medeiros, Aaron Burns, Leslie Vasconcellos, Greg Baker, Steve Thomas and Kevin Delude who conducted the hands-on training along with Nauset Beach EMT’s Hank Rex, Kyle DeFrancesco and Marjorie DeBrosky.  Orleans Natural Resources Manager Nate Sears participated also.  The Orleans Police Department and the Orleans Senior Center provided the use of their facilities as training sites.

Due to the success of this critical public service program, we are scheduling 3 more classes in the first quarter of 2020. They will be held on Tuesdays - January 21, February 25 and March 24. Each class will be held at the Orleans Police Department from 3:30 – 5:30 PM. Registration information is located at the bottom of this page. Classes fill quickly so please register early.
 

Lower Cape TV offers a video of our January Stop the Bleed class on their website under the following title :

Stop the Bleed Workshop Draws SRO Crowd

The following is our 2020 class schedule. Seat availability is updated on our website weekly.   Due to the hands-on nature of the program, class size is limited to 22 participants.

Class/Date

Location

Seats
Available

Time

STB XI – 1/21/20

Orleans Police Department

 4

3:30

STB XII – 2/25/20

Orleans Police Department

21

3:30

STB XIII – 3/24/20

Orleans Police Department

21

3:30


You may register online by CLICKING ON THIS LINK and use the contact form to enroll.  


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