Worth County High Healthcare Science program hosted a new training course, “Stop the Bleed” for faculty and staff on November 30, 2018. Stop the Bleed is a new federal training program which aims to teach non-medical professionals how to apply tourniquets and pack wounds. Across the nation, Stop the Bleed training has proven to increase the life survival rates in unexpected cases such as mass school shooting or terrorist attack. Worth County is the 2nd high school in Southwest Georgia to receive this training and certification which consist of 13 teachers including Principal H. Calhoun, CTAE Director, M. Edwards, librarians, and school counselor. Special thanks to Mrs. K. Jones, Healthcare Instructor and Mr. Allen Owen, EMS/Stop the Bleed Coordinator for conducting this training.