Stop The Bleed Training

Emergency Blood Loss Control Training

May is National STOP THE BLEED Month.

In-Gauge will be conducting FREE STOP THE BLEED training clinics during the month of May.

Our current May 2023 training clinic dates are as follows:

  • Tuesday, May 9th: 6:00 PM
  • Saturday, May 20th: 9:00 AM
  • Saturday, May 20th: 11:00 AM
  • Saturday, May 20th: 1:00 PM
  • Thursday, May 25th: 10:00 AM
  • Thursday, May 25th: 12:00 PM

To register for a clinic, go to STOP THE BLEED Find A Course Near You, type in your zip code and class date.

STOP THE BLEED® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Defense. All rights reserved. ©DoD

In-Gauge of Polk County is conducting free 1 1/2 hour training clinics on the control of traumatic blood loss due to work place or home accident, traffic accident, shooting or any other incident that results in injury with blood loss.

This is a nationally recognized program, developed by the American College of Surgeons, Committee on Trauma and provided by A nationally recognized certificate of training is issued upon successful completion.

We are now participating in and offering THE STOP THE BLEED’s new, online ‘Interactive Learning. For course participaton, go to our class schedule page for the in-person, hands-on training evaluation and certification portion of the class. Updated 03/25/2022

Scan the QR code to the left to make your donation. Any amount $5 or greater will be accepted. THANK YOU!

To register for a training clinic, please see the schedule below, choose the desired date and complete the registration form. There is no cost for this training class. This training is provided free of charge, as a community service, by In-Gauge of Polk County.

If you would like to have a FREE Stop The Bleed training clinic conducted at your place of business, church, civic group or community organization, complete the form below and type in your request in the block labeled “Clinic Request“. We will be happy to conduct an on-location clinic at your convenience.

Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony on ‘Stop The Bleed ‘blood loss control training . . . .–new-broward-county-sheriff-talks-school-safety-plans

April 17, 2019 – In reference to the Parkland : Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School shooting –
First responders were not able to get to the victims fast enough before they bled out.
“A major arterial bleed, whether it be from an arm or leg, people have less than three minutes to survive,” Tony said. “So do the math on that. It takes us five minutes to get there.”
He would like to see teachers equipped with “Stop the Bleed” kits.  He believes that could save lives until law enforcement can arrive to stop the shooter.

STOP THE BLEED® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Defense. All rights reserved. ©DoD

Recommended STOP THE BLEED bleeding control kits. Use the link provided and enter “IN-GAUGE” into the promotion code space to receive a 10% discount on your entire order.

COVID UPDATE: We are fully operational and conducting both full course, in-person and ‘Interactive Learning’ skills training and assessment clinics. For training clinic participation, please complete and submit the form below or go to the STOP THE BLEED’s web page for currently scheduled classes at . . . . and enter your zip code.