The New Hampshire Child Passenger Safety Program currently has several New Child Passenger Safety Technician courses.
The new technician course is a 4 day course that leads to national certification. Join over 100 dedicated CPS technicians around the state ensuring the safety of children in vehicles. CPS technicians work in a variety of settings including; Fire and Rescue departments, Police departments, Hospitals, Day care centers, Pediatric offices, or are just dedicated community members. CPS technicians and instructors use their considerable knowledge and expertise at a variety of community-based activities, such as child safety seat checks, where parents and caregivers receive education and hands-on assistance.
In order to become a nationally certified child passenger safety (CPS) technician, you must be 18 or older and pass the CPS Certification Course.
In order to be eligible for certification, students must:
- Attend a certification course taught through a combination of lectures, discussions and hands-on practice
- Pass both written and hands-on skills tests, including participation in a “real world” CPS Check-Up Clinic
Safe Kids Worldwide is the certifying body for the National Child Passenger Safety Certification Training Program. To register for a course, you must first create an online CPS profile through Safe Kids.More Information
The certification cycle for both technicians and instructors is two years, and all requirements of the recertification process must be met:
- Verified seat check activity (5 types)
- Community education (Select one of the following)
- - Participate in at least 1 two-hour check up event with at least one other CPS Technician
- - Provide at least 4 hours of community education
- - Attend a one hour (minimum) educational session, live or online
- Continuing education (6 CEUs)
- Certification/Renewal course teaching hours, if an instructor (20 hours)
- Registration and recertification payment
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