Blood loss is quick, and is one of the main causes of prehospital fatalities, and without proper action someone can die in minutes. This is simply not enough time for even the best ambulance service to arrive and begin rendering aid. Even if they do arrive in time, the loss of blood will likely mean the casualty requires more blood transfusions, longer time in hospital, greater chance for complications and long term morbidity.
The course encourages teamwork and fosters leadership qualities in an inclusive environment where students become participants rather than idle onlookers. Practical involvement, role-play and genuine interaction are key elements of knowledge retention that Real Response fully understands, and the results are encouraging to say the least. Real Response have deservedly garnered high praise during the past few years for dedication to CPR and first aid awareness, along with glowing endorsements from former students who have become empowered and confident enough to save lives.