Earn CEU’s and community education hours needed for recertification as a CPS Technician.

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  1. Register and create a cpsboard.org account or log in to your existing cpsboard.org account. NOTE: This is a different username and password than used on your Safe Kids Certification profile.
  2. Select a webinar to watch.
  3. For CEU webinars, complete the corresponding quiz. NOTE: You must be logged into your cpsboard.org account in order to take the quiz. A certificate of completion will be generated when the quiz is successfully completed and also will be saved to your cpsboard.org account.
  4. Quizzes are not required to earn community education hours. No proof of completion is provided for community education webinars. Community education is not audited.

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Click here for more information about Recertification from the National CPS Certification Program.

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STOP: Register or log in before beginning a quiz or you will not be able to complete the quiz. Get the Instructions for Earning Online Credits.

  • Presenter content is not a statement from the National Child Passenger Safety Board
  • Each webinar below is worth 1 CPST CEU unless otherwise noted
  • To earn CEU credit, you must pass the quiz with a score of 80% or higher

2022

  1. LATCH Manual 201: Take it to the Next Level! | Quiz (May 9)
  2. Car Seat Investigation: An Afternoon with Safety Defects Investigators. Click to access NHTSA online resources. NOTE: No recording of this webinar is available. (April 21).
  3. Putting CPS in Emergency Vehicles | Quiz (Feb. 22)

2021

2020

STOP: Register or log in before beginning a quiz or you will not be able to complete the quiz. Get the Instructions for Earning Online Credits.

  • Presenter content is not a statement from the National Child Passenger Safety Board
  • Each webinar below is worth 1 CPST CEU unless otherwise noted
  • To earn CEU credit, you must pass the quiz with a score of 80% or higher

2022

2021

2020

  • Community Education webinars qualify towards the Community Education requirement for recertification.
  • Community Education webinars are NOT eligible for Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
  • Presenter content is not a statement from the National Child Passenger Safety Board
  • Mix and match webinars to total one hour (minimum requirement)

NOTE: CPST Instructors may now submit additional Community Education hours in place of teaching hours. These may be earned by watching the approved webinars (marked with an *) below. Get more details from the National CPS Certification Program: Click here.

2022

2021

  1. Where They Sleep Makes a Difference (77 min) Nov. 16.
  2. Virtual Car Seat Checks (46 min) Sept. 1.
  3. LATCH Manual 101 (2021 Update) (31 min)* April 1.

2020

2019

2018

2017

  1. Engaging Technicians and Parents (content reviewed April 2022) (30 min)* Dec. 7.
  2. CPS and Head Start (content reviewed April 2022) (60 min) Oct. 12.

2016

Join the NCPSB for these upcoming webinars!

Continuing Education (1 CEU)

  • Tuesday, May 24 (2-3 p.m. ET): The Web We Weave: Shorter, Longer? Higher, Lower? Click on this link and register to attend now. Belt webbing—whether in vehicles, a part of child restraints, or as the child restraint itself—is an amazingly strong and lifesaving material. But, for it to provide protection, it must be adjusted and tightened properly. This webinar will explore the various ways, both familiar and less common, that webbing is used for CPS, providing tips along the way for proper use and mistakes to avoid. Presenter: Denise Donaldson, Child Passenger Safety Advocate Representative, National Child Passenger Safety Board, and CPSTI, Safe Ride News.
  • Tuesday, July 19 (2-3 p.m. ET): Oh, the Things You’ll See! Applying Good, Better, Best for Children with Special Needs at Car Seat Checks. Click on this link and register to attend now. Almost 20% of children in the U.S. have a special healthcare need, which can impact their safe vehicle travel. During this session, we’ll review challenges these additional needs can present, discuss solutions for Good, Better, Best child passenger safety options and provide resources available when working with families. Presenters: Dr. Marilyn Bull, MD, NCPSB AAP Representative and Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health; and Marsha French, MPH, MCHES, National Center for the Safe Transportation of Children with Special Healthcare Needs at Indiana University School of Medicine.
  • Tuesday, Aug. 16 (2-3 p.m. ET): 15-Passenger Vans: What You Need to Know Before You Go Click on this link and register to attend now.  15-passenger vans differ from passenger vehicles in that they are higher, wider and longer. Join the NCPSB to learn how to minimize risks through proper loading, passenger safety, operation and maintenance. Presenters: Pending.

National CPS Week Special (1.5 CEUs)

  • Tuesday, Sept. 20 (2-3:30 p.m. ET): Tech Guide 2.0 – A Deeper Dive into the “WhyClick on this link and register to attend now.  As a technician or instructor have you ever wondered about the “why” behind some of the CPS best practices you learned or teach in class? Are you looking for tips for answering caregivers’ questions related to side air bags or other technology? If so, join us for this session presented by the National Child Passenger Safety Board’s Vehicle and Car Seat Manufacturer Representatives who will take you inside the industry to give you a better understanding of the driving forces behind many recommendations and ideas for explaining these concepts to caregivers. Presenters: Daniella Brown, Child Restraint Manufacturer Representative, National Child Passenger Safety Board; and Jennifer Pelky, Vehicle Manufacturer Representative, National Child Passenger Safety Board.

Community Education 

  • Tuesday, June 21 (2-3 p.m. ET): Measuring and Communicating CPS Program Effectiveness Click on this link and register to attend now. Struggling with measuring and communicating your program impact and effectiveness?  Learn how to write measurable, objective goals to support program planning, grant applications, agency reporting and more. Presenter: Amy Artuso, Senior Program Manager, National Safety Council and Past Member, National Child Passenger Safety Board.

National Digital Car Seat Check Form

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Ready, Set, Go Hybrid! Webinar Series

*For Instructors Only* –  NCPSB Members are ready to model delivery of the hybrid virtual instructor-led meetings and answer your questions about the hybrid offering. All webinars in the Ready, Set, Go Hybrid! series will have similar content, so register for the one that works best for your schedule. Registration is limited to 30 Instructors per webinar.


Reminder: Enter your CEUs and community education hours earned into your Safe Kids Certification profile.

Upcoming Webinars

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Training Portal

Take advantage of self-paced online courses that qualify for CEU credit in the Safe Kids training portal. Learn how to use this portal and register for an account.