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JCFR to host training sessions

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The Jewish Community Federation of Richmond is hosting additional special training sessions.

These are open to any member of a community board, security committee or professional, and we ask you please share and encourage their attendance.

The following are the dates and details.

  • Aug. 10-11 – Stop the Bleed

Stop the Bleed (STB) is designed to augment basic first aid training with specialized techniques to recognize and control life-threatening external hemorrhages. These are the most common, preventable cause of death after injury. Participants will learn the ABCs of bleeding control, how to use basic first aid supplies to control life threatening bleeding, and proper use of tourniquets. The class is lecture, discussion, and practical application and requires approximately 90 minutes,

There will be two in-person sessions each day – 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. – at Congregation Beth Ahabah, 1111 W. Franklin St., Richmond. All are free.

To register, visit: www.jewishrichmond.org/calendar/jcfr-security-stop-the-bleed-training

  • Aug. 17/18 Countering Active Threat Training

The goal of CATT is to provide participants with a better understanding of active threats and their potential response opinions. The Secure Community Network developed CATT with a singular goal: national delivery of a timely, concise, applicable message and protection strategy for the hundreds of potential active threat survivors who might not otherwise know what to do during an unexpected act of violence wherever it may occur.

This course subscribes to the national model: Run, High, Fight. The class is lecture and discussion requires approximately two hours. We recommend a walk through and drill at a later date. CATT can be adapted and customized to meet the needs of each audience. This is approximately two hours.

There will be two in-person sessions each day – 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. – at Congregation Beth Ahabah, 1111 W. Franklin St., Richmond. All are free.

To register, visit: www.jewishrichmond.org/calendar/jcfr-security-countering-active-threat-training

In addition, to learn more about any of these and other training sessions, contact Dave Brackins at dbrackins@jewishrichmond.org.

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