National Child Passenger Safety Technician Certification Trainings


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The Standardized Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Certification Training was developed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to provide a resource to help parents and caregivers transport children safely. Safe Riders conducts the standardized training in a three- and-a-half- day course format. Upon successful completion of the course, technician candidates become nationally certified as child passenger safety technicians with a two-year certification. CPS technicians may serve as safety educators and advocates in their communities in various sectors by participating in child safety seat checkup events and providing safety presentations to parents/caregivers and community groups to ensure the safe transportation of children.

Please visit cert.safekids.org for detailed information on the National Child Passenger Safety Technician certification process and to search for certification trainings in the U.S..

For more information on becoming a Child Passenger Safety Technician, please visit the Safe Kids website.  

To find a certification course near you, visit the Safe Kids website.


Last updated April 6, 2021