BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (2/26/13) – There will be a National Child Passenger Safety Certification Training Program March 12-15 in Bowling Green.
The program will be held 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at the Bowling Green Fire Department Public Safety Training Center, 250 New Porter Pike. Those completing the program will be certified as child passenger safety technicians for two years, can earn three hours of academic credit and will be able to teach parents how to correctly install various types of child car seats.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Standardized Child Passenger Safety Training Program is sponsored by the South Central Area Health Education Center and College of Health and Human Services at Western Kentucky University, Sharon Rengers of Kosair Children’s Hospital and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Department of Highways District 3 office.
The course will be taught by students in the College of Health and Human Services, students in pre-professional programs, law enforcement officers, emergency medical personnel and health educators.
Registration must be completed online with the National Child Passenger Safety Board at http://cert.safekids.org using the course code KY201311889. There is a $75 course fee at registration and a $25 local fee due on March 12.
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