Child Passenger Safety Instructors teach candidates to become certified technicians.

Then, CPS Technicians and Instructors put their knowledge to work through a wide variety of programs and activities. The goal is to educate parents and other caregivers to properly protect their children in motor vehicles and to provide “hands-on” assistance in the proper use of child restraint systems and safety belts.

Once a CPS Technician has been certified for a minimum of six months, they may apply and complete requirements to become a CPST Instructor. This qualifies a CPS Technician to educate and train new CPS Technicians. For more information about how to become a CPST Instructor, please visit Safe Kids Worldwide.