New York State
The NRPA National Playground Safety Inspector course is the most comprehensive training program on playground hazard identification and risk management methods offered.
Due to the recent outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, NRPA has taken precautions around the best way to continue to offer the CPSI course and exam. To ensure the safety of CPSI participants, NRPA launched their CPSI Blended Course. This Course and exam entails: independent online learning courses, virtual learning sessions with the instructors, and taking your exam at a local testing center.
CPSI Blended Course:
12 Hr. Online Course (at your leisure) Access to be provided by 10/12.
NYSRPS Virtual Course Date: November 11, 2020 8am-noon
Exam: Location of your choice OR Online (details to come)
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Sign up by: October 16th REGISTER NOW!
Read carefully below about the process of the NEW CPSI Blended Course!
Certified Playground Safety Inspector (CPSI) course promotes children’s rights to play and promotes nationally the importance play has to a child’s development.
This course is the most comprehensive training program on playground hazard identification and risk management methods offered anywhere. Advanced reading and fifteen hours of training from nationally known playground safety experts will prepare participants to "sit” for the Certified Playground Safety Inspector Examination offered at the culmination of the certification course.
This course is a must for staff from park and recreation agencies, schools districts, child care facilities, health departments, landscape architecture firms, playground manufacturers, installers or contractors, insurance firms and others responsible for play equipment areas or playgrounds.
Help our children by designing, installing, and maintaining safe playgrounds.
If you have specific questions about the CPSI Blended Course, please contact Terrence Johnson, NRPA Playground Safety Manager at email@example.com. Any registration questions of CPSI Blended Course materials questions, please contact the NYSRPS Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.