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 Child Passenger Safety Restraint Systems on School Buses National Training

   The best way for a CPST to gain practical knowledge in the school bus field is to develop relationships with key individuals in a school district transportation department and begin working with the district or program to provide needed assistance. However, before that can happen, some groundwork needs to be laid.  CPSTs have important knowledge that can be applied to the school bus setting, but additional training beyond what is provided in the standardized CPS certification course is also essential.  

   The first step is to attend the NHTSA Child Passenger Safety Restraint Systems (CPSRS) on School Buses National Training.  This standardized training reviews basic CPS information covers details specific to school buses, and also provides opportunities to practice installation on real school bus seating. These 8-hour courses are offered occasionally around the country, most often in conjunction with a major school bus or CPS conference.

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