Presentation on theme: "VOSP Webinar April 17, 2014 Vehicle Occupant Safety Program (VOSP) Safe and Active Communities Branch California Department of Public Health."— Presentation transcript:
VOSP Webinar April 17, 2014 Vehicle Occupant Safety Program (VOSP) Safe and Active Communities Branch California Department of Public Health
Conferences Injury Prevention Alliance of LA County, Conference, April 14-15, 2014 (just occurred) –Update by Helen Arbogast, CHLA and Jim DeCarli, ProConsumerSafety Unintentional Injury Prevention Conference (May 14-15, 2014, Sacramento) –Hilton Arden West Hotel in Sacramento, please register now. –To register for the conference https://www.cccsh.ca/registration.htmlhttps://www.cccsh.ca/registration.html –The reduced room block for this conference is limited. Reserving now secures the reduced overnight room cost. http://www.hilton.com/en/hi/groups/personalized/S/SMFHIHF-PVT- 20140513/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POGhttp://www.hilton.com/en/hi/groups/personalized/S/SMFHIHF-PVT- 20140513/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG Lifesavers Conference (April 26-29, 2014, Nashville) http://www.lifesaversconference.org/ http://www.lifesaversconference.org/ KIM Conference (August 25-28, 2014, New Mexico) http://www.kidzinmotion.org/http://www.kidzinmotion.org/
California CPS Technician Training System Changes – April 2014 Short Form Contracts Up to $4,999.00 each state fiscal year (July 1-June 30). VOSP provides a stipend of $700/day for a Lead Instructor, and $600/day for a Co-Instructor. Can teach any CPS related course: –CPS Technician (up to 4 days) –Renewal (1 day) –Update (6 CEU’s) –Special Needs or Instructor Development Courses (up to 2 days)
California CPS Technician Training System Changes – April 2014 VOSP will support 1-3 instructors, after host organization pays for 1 st instructor. –Thus with a 10 person class, VOSP will support 1 instructor. –Always a 1-5 instructor-to-student ratio. Fill out a std. 204 and get a short form contract in place for each instructor. –Plan for at least 8 weeks before intending to teach. Submit a training application to VOSP for the type of training with all the names of the instructors. –Plan to submit this at least 8 weeks in advance, especially if you don’t have a short form contract in place and if it’s a CPS Technician course.
CPS Technician Training, 3-4 day Training Instructor Stipend Schedule Lead Instructor $700 per day of training Co-Instructor $600 per day of training Minimum of 1:5 (teacher:student ratio) First, instructors must be paid by other resources. VOSP will support 2 st instructor with a minimum of 10 students, 3 nd instructor with a minimum of 15 students. Documentation required for payment: STD 204 (VOSP paid instructor must complete one for each training) Class Roster If POST is offered: All Instructor Resumes (If resume not on file already) POST Course Roster, Safe Kids Course Roster with Test Scores, and Safe Kids Finalization Page to verify teaching hours.
Recertification & CEU’s Although many of us may like to get all our 6 CEU’s at one time by participating in an one-day Update course, that is not always readily available in all parts of our state, and I just want to be sure everyone has access to the on-line resources to obtain your CEU’s so that you can maintain your certification! These links below will link you to other sites that will allow you to read, test/quiz, listen to webinars, etc., to obtain your CEU’s. The CPS Board website and the CPS Certification website has all the information you need to be sure you recertify correctly. http://cert.safekids.org/resources-faqs/forms/recertification http://cpsboard.org/certification-recertification/ Also Tips on recertifying CEU’s: http://cert.safekids.org/sites/default/files/tips_on_how_to_get_ceus_for_recertification _2014-2-26.pdf http://cert.safekids.org/sites/default/files/tips_on_how_to_get_ceus_for_recertification _2014-2-26.pdf Please let me know if you have any questions!
Funding for this program was provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Occupant Safety Program (VOSP) California Department of Public Health VOSP strives to prevent injuries and deaths to children 0-16 years old in California by increasing the use, and correcting misuse, of child safety seats, booster seats, and seat belts. http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/Pages/CPSinCalifornia-VOSP.aspx Kate Bernacki, Coordinator Claudia Angel, Administration (916) 552-9855 Kate.Bernacki@cdph.ca.gov (916) 552-9800 Claudia.Angel@cdph.ca.govKate.Bernacki@cdph.ca.govClaudia.Angel@cdph.ca.gov
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