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CPS Techs

If you've ever interacted with one of our many CPS Certified Cubby Moms, you know that each one has a passion for keeping your kids as safe as possible.

Many people often ask what is required of our technicians to become certified. In order to become certified, each prospective tech must attend The National Child Passenger Safety Certification Training Program. After intensive classroom instruction, they must pass a variety of written tests, demonstrate their knowledge through hands-on skills assessments, and perform safety checks at a check-up event before becoming certified. They learn the ins and outs of installation possibilities, installing in different vehicles, harnessing methods and more.

The car seat and safety industry is constantly changing and advancing. Through required continuing education courses, and hours of personal research and team trainings, our technicians are able to remain up to date on the latest technical information regarding child safety.

If you visit one of our CPS technicians in store, you will receive hands-on and personalized assistance, regardless of whether you bought your car seat from The Baby Cubby or not. Our techs are familiar with a multitude of car seats on the market, not just the ones on our shelves. We encourage every parent to chat with a tech following the purchase of any car seat to feel confident about the proper installation and use of their car seat.

There is so much information out there concerning car seat safety! It can be extremely overwhelming, especially as a first-time parent. Let our CPS technicians ease your car seat worries!

Diono Radian 3RXT Convertible Car Seat
Diono Radian 3RXT Convertible Car Seat

Chat with a tech in store today! If you're unable to visit our store in person, we will gladly walk you through any questions you might have via phone call or video chat. Your child's safety is of the utmost importance to us here at The Baby Cubby.

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