Child restraint technicians play a very important role in keeping children safe on our roads. For this reason, the child restraint training programme has been linked to a competence-based system.
To become a child restraint technician you need to have trained in the competence-based system.
There are two options:
If you have any questions about the competency based system or want to find out how to become a child restraint trainer or assessor then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re looking to become a child restraint technician, you need to get in touch with a trainer or assessor who can guide you through the training and assessment process. They are listed in the table below.
Child restraint trainers hold (in addition to child restraint technician certification) a range of adult education standards. Trainers (who are also assessors) can both train and assess the competence of new people wishing to certify and assess the competence of those wishing to recertify.
Child restraint assessors are registered with ServiceIQ and hold (in addition to child restraint technician certification) a range of standards around the assessment of adult learning.
Assessors can assess your competence against both the theory and practical standards whether you are 'recertifying' or becoming certified for the first time. People who are assessors but not trainers are not qualified to train new people wishing to certify.
It is possible for people to train as an assessor, without being a trainer.
Assessors and trainers may be employed by a retailer (or other organisation) but they are independent and are free to train or assess anyone.
The region listed below is where they are located but many of them train groups outside of their area.
|Danielle Beh||Auckland||021 271 email@example.com|
|Mary Hall||Auckland||09 846 4162||021 176 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Simone Budel||Auckland||021 682 email@example.com|
|Nicole Magnus||Auckland||09 813 5098||Nicole.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Rachael Hannah||Auckland and Waikato||021 0816 email@example.com|
|Donna Tuck||Tauranga||07 578 7813||022 601 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Susan MacIlwee||Bay of Plenty||021 115 email@example.com|
|Bruce Wilson||Wellington||021 466 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Vivien Morton||Wellington||04 234 7071||027 645 email@example.com|
|Claire Turner||Nelson||03 547 2244||027 275 2786||claire
|03 389 7066||027 500 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lisa Miller||Canterbury||03 343 3489||027 418 email@example.com|
|Clare McGowan||Otago (Mosgiel and Dunedin)||03 484 7735||027 460 firstname.lastname@example.org|
*Available for recertifications only (no initial training or assessments).
If you are already a competency certified child restraint technician and would like to train as a trainer and/or become a registered assessor within the competency certification process, then please email email@example.com