KEY PROJECT OBJECTIVES

TIPRC TECHNICAL SUPPORT

TRIBAL INJURY PREVENTION 

TRAININGS

Safe Native American Passengers (SNAP)

Designed after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) National Standardized Child Passenger Safety Training, this 4-6 hour course is specific to Native Americans and introduces attendees to the basic concepts of child passenger safety (CPS). 

IHS Introduction to Injury Prevention (Level 1)

This course introduces participants to the core components of the public health approach to preventing injuries among American Indians and
Alaska Natives. Participants work in small teams to address injury issues in fictional Tribal communities. 

IHS Intermediate Injury Prevention (Level 2)

This course reviews the basics of understanding injury data, workgroup building, program planning, evaluation, and marketing. The course will include several hands-on community and computer-based activities. Upon completing the course, those who attend are able to describe the complex causes of injury.

Certified Child Passenger Safety Instructor Courses

Experienced CPS technicians who are ready to help others learn how to become technicians should consider working towards becoming a
Certified Instructor. 

Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician Courses

The CPS Certification Course is usually three to four days long and combines classroom instruction, indoor and outdoor hands-on activities, skills assessments with child safety seats and vehicles, and a community safety seat checkup event. 

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