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Mod1 Renewal Course March2014

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Mod1 Renewal Course March2014

  1. 1. WELCOME…WELCOME…WELCOME…WELCOME… to the National Child Passenger Safety Technicianto the National Child Passenger Safety Technician Renewal Testing Course!Renewal Testing Course! 1-1 Representatives of the National Child Passenger Safety BoardRepresentatives of the National Child Passenger Safety Board
  2. 2. 1-2 National Child Passenger Safety TechnicianNational Child Passenger Safety Technician Renewal Testing CourseRenewal Testing Course National Child Passenger Safety TechnicianNational Child Passenger Safety Technician Renewal Testing CourseRenewal Testing Course MODULE 1MODULE 1 Program IntroductionProgram Introduction
  3. 3. Renewal Testing Course PurposeRenewal Testing Course Purpose • Designed for former CPS Technicians who have maintained their knowledge and skills. • NOT a refresher course. It is expected you have stayed involved in CPS programs and activities and kept up with changes in field. • An opportunity to renew certification without having to retake the entire certification course. • Upon successful completion of this course, you will again be a certified CPS Technician. 1-3
  4. 4. PartnershipPartnership 1-4
  5. 5. Renewal Testing Course GoalsRenewal Testing Course Goals • Select appropriate car seats and booster seats and secure children in vehicle restraint systems according to best practice guidelines and manufacturer instructions. • Teach others how to install car seats and booster seats in multiple types of vehicles according to manufacturer instructions and best practice guidelines. 1-5
  6. 6. Renewal Testing Course GoalsRenewal Testing Course Goals (continued)(continued) • Use appropriate resources to obtain updated CPS information. • Serve as a CPS resource in the community, state, or organization. 1-6
  7. 7. 1-7 Module 1 ObjectivesModule 1 Objectives • Become acquainted with the course purpose, objectives, and completion requirements. • Identify the new design features and structure of the National CPS Certification Training Program.
  8. 8. Housekeeping & LogisticsHousekeeping & Logistics • The emergency exits are located _______________ . • Restrooms are located _______________ . • Break areas are located _______________ . • Refreshment areas are located _______________ . 1-8
  9. 9. 1-9 General Ground RulesGeneral Ground Rules • Return promptly from breaks and lunch. • Ask questions to gain understanding of program content and have a successful learning experience. • Listen to others as they speak. • Turn cell phones off (or put on vibrate). • Be prepared for activities to take place in the classroom and outside in vehicles. • Pay attention to your movements in and around vehicles.
  10. 10. CPST Renewal CourseCPST Renewal Course Completion RequirementsCompletion Requirements  Attend entire course.  Participate in class discussions and practice activities.  Pass skills assessment.  Pass written quiz with total of 42/50 correct. 1-10
  11. 11. Revised National CPSRevised National CPS Certification Training ProgramCertification Training Program • More “need to know” and less “nice to know” • Condensed from 4 to 3 days of delivery time • Learn, Practice, Explain model has more focus on CPS Technicians as educators • Added information on Lower Anchors and 1-11
  12. 12. Revised National CPSRevised National CPS Certification Training ProgramCertification Training Program (continued)(continued) • Content streamlined and easier to locate • 13 new videos - CPS Technician role - Rare installations - Why children should travel rear-facing - Repurposed Parent Central NHTSA videos - New CHOP misuse videos 1-12
  13. 13. Organized in 13 ModulesOrganized in 13 Modules 1. Program Introduction 2. The CPS Technician Role 3. Injury Prevention & Crash Dynamics 4. Seat Belt Systems 5. Air Bags 6. Lower Anchors & Tethers for CHildren 7. Introduction to Car Seats & Booster Seats 1-13
  14. 14. Organized in 13 ModulesOrganized in 13 Modules (continued)(continued) 8. Children in Rear-Facing Car Seats 9. Children in Forward-Facing Car Seats 10.Children in Booster Seats & Seat Belts 11.CPS in Other Vehicles 12.Installation & Communication 13.Closing & Checkup Event 1-14
  15. 15. TG RedesignedTG Redesigned • Key content points • Tips for discussions with caregivers • Sections for note- taking • Practice activities • Best practice questions • Progress checks • Motivational quotes from experts 1-15
  16. 16. TG RedesignedTG Redesigned (continued)(continued) • All new photographs and illustrations • 4 job aids on rare installations 1-16
  17. 17. 1-17 Terminology ChangesTerminology Changes

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