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Child safety seat training
NHTSA Standardized Child Passenger Safety Technician Training Program
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) created a standardized course to teach a variety of professionals how to help parents do a better job of protecting their children by:
- Developing technical skills regarding child passenger protection
- Identifying misuse and correcting it
- Becoming a community resource
- Educating others in child passenger safety issues
- Reducing potential liability
This course involves hands on experience, critiquing and installing car seats. Persons who complete the course and pass required testing will become entry-level technicians certified for 2 years by National SAFE KIDS.
Tentative dates, subject to change. Call (715) 346-0055 to confirm training sessions. Visit Wisconsin Information Network for Safety for more information.
- Madison, April 14-17
- Janesville, May 5-9
- Eau Claire, May 19-22
- Menomonee Falls, June 16-19
- Superior, July 14-19
- La Crosse, July 28-31
- Kenosha, August 18-22
- Watertown, October 1-4
For additional information on the Standardized Child Passenger Safety Technician Training Program contact:
Child Passenger Safety Training Administrator
52 Sunset Blvd.
Stevens Point, WI 54481
(866) 511-9467 (WINS toll free number)
(715) 346-0003 Fax
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