Date(s) - 23/08/2022
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Kidsafe Centre Hilton
The accredited child restraint training (CRFPIA301 Provide Information and Advice on Correct Child Car Restraint Use) is designed to provide participants with knowledge and skills to educate and inform the community on the importance of the appropriate selection and use of child car restraints.
Who should attend?
Suitable for any education, health or community professionals required to transport children as part of their job role. It is designed to ensure their staff have the required knowledge and skills to safely transport children in their care. Further information about the course can be found here.
This unit aims to provide participants with the capacity to educate consumers on the importance of correct selection and use of child car restraints. Information is to be provided in the context of current legislation and regulation.
In addition to the unit of competency requirements, a practical skills session will be conducted to demonstrate learning and practise restraint installation techniques for safely transporting children.
- CRFPIA301 Provide information and advice on correct child car restraints
*Kidsafe SA holds an agreement with Kidsafe WA’s Registered Training Organisation (RTO) – National Provider Number 52376 to deliver this course on their behalf.
Please note training will only be conducted with a minimum of 5 registrants.
This course requires the satisfactory completion of oral, practical demonstration and written tasks. There are no specific entry requirements for CRFPIA301 Provide information and advice on correct child car restraint use, however a general command of spoken and written English, as well as the ability to write a simple report is required.
$220 per person (excludes GST)
One Day – 9am to 5pm
Our next training date is Tuesday 23rd August 2022.
Our training course information booklet can be found here for all of the accredited courses we provide, including all enrolment, refund, cancellation, learner support and code of practice polices.