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CPS Technician Certification

Updated September 1, 2009

The Standardized Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Training Program was established in 1998 in response to a need for standardization and quality control in course content and instruction.

Child passenger safety certification courses are designed to teach individuals the technical and educational skills needed to serve as child passenger safety resources for their organization, community or state. Certification courses are conducted by a variety of local, state and national agencies and organizations, and those who successfully complete the certification courses are eligible to receive national certification as a Child Passenger Safety Technician through the Safe Kids Worldwide CPS certification program..

Certification Requirements and Process - Learn what it takes to become a certified child passenger safety technician by visiting the Safe Kids Worldwide certification web site.

CPS Technician Recertification - Learn what it takes to recertifiy as a child passenger safety technician.

Online Recertification CEU's - Earn online recertification CEUs through the cpsboard.org web site.

Instructor Candidates Applications - If you're a certified technician and you what to become an instructor, find out how here.

Code of Conduct & Commitment for CPS Technicians - Read the Code of Conduct & Commitment for Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians.

For more information on obtaining certification in a specific state or area, use our State CPS contacts directory.

 

Contact Amy Heinzen for more information.