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Course Info
Course IDFL202111231060
Course TitleFL202111231060 - Controlled : Cert in Orlando: 1/10/22-1/12/22
Manual LanguageEnglish
Delivery MethodIn Person
Course TypeCertification
Class TypeControlled
Max Seats10
Remaining Seats10
Wait ListNo
Virtual Kickoff Session
Virtual Check Point 1
Virtual Check Point 2
Virtual Check Point 3
In Person Day 1
In Person Day 2
Registration Deadline1/5/2022
Additional Local Fee
NOTE: Any local fees must be paid directly to the local agency. Contact the course lead instructor for information on how to pay local fees. SAFE KIDS does not accept local fees.
$130
Course DescriptionYou must be at least 18 years old at the time the course starts. The standardized child passenger safety technician (CPST) certification course is usually 3-4 days long and combines classroom instruction, hands-on work with car seats and vehicles, and a community safety seat checkup. Attendance is required for the entire course.
LocationChildren's Safety Village
Address1910 Fairvilla Rd
Address2
CityOrlando
StateFL
Zip32808
CountryUSA
Course NotesThis is a CLOSED class preregistration approval is required to attend. Payment of the local of $130 must be paid by calling the Children's Safety Village at 407-521-4673 by January 5th. This is a separate fee from the initial $95 paid to Safe Kids Worldwide.
Date/Time Info
DateTimeHours
01/10/2022 (Mon)08:00 am - 06:00 pm10.00
01/11/2022 (Tue)08:00 am - 06:00 pm10.00
01/12/2022 (Wed)08:00 am - 06:00 pm10.00
Total: 30.00
Instructor Info
Lead Instructor
NameCarrisa L Johns
Lead Instructor Phone407-521-4673
Lead Instructor Emailcarrisa.johns@ocfl.net
Additional Instructors
NameCert ID
Carrisa L Johns
I559920
Danielle Campbell
I711810
Important: To pass the course, technician candidates must participate in a community check up event with families and children. If there is any reason you are unable to meet this requirement, legal or otherwise, do not continue with the registration process. You are ineligible to become a certified passenger safety technician.