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FAQs for School Districts

pdEnroller is currently used by eight of the state’s nine Educational Service Districts (ESDs), the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), and a growing number of districts throughout the state.  Just recently, the software passed the 170,000 user mark. The NWESD is proud to offer this powerful software solution to individual districts in our region who manage their own district clock hours and professional development opportunities.

pdEnroller allows districts to manage event registrations and clock hours all with a single platform.  It provides your staff with a one-stop shop for professional development offerings within your district, or for courses administered by eight of the nine ESDs and OSPI.  Your staff can log in with an existing pdEnroller account or their OSPI EDS account, and can view, download and print their own professional clock hour transcripts.

  • A robust search engine that helps educators find the classes they need for professional development.
  • Registration, payment and all communication is done electronically, and clock hours can be purchased with a credit card using our secure online system.
  • The user can view, download and print their own transcript, helping users manage their clock hour documentation.

One stop shop: pdEnroller streamlines the clock hour course proposal and approval process and lists all district professional development opportunities in one place.  State-required course evaluations, attendance verification and transcripts are features that simplify managing and recording clock hours.

The clock hour proposal feature is user-friendly and is designed to ensure all courses meet the requirements for Washington State clock hour compliance, including STEM.  The proposal process guides you through the required material, and alerts if information is missing or incomplete.   Approval committee members can simply log on to view the proposed clock hour course, and vote to approve or deny by clicking one button.

Yes. With pdEnroller, the proposal, course management, registration, attendance, evaluations, clock hour payments and transcripts are all electronic — eliminating the need for paper surveys and clock hour forms.

Yes, the software can upload data from spreadsheets and register class participants, all with the click of a button.

Data transfer to the OSPI E-Cert program is currently under development.  This feature is expected to be launched by the summer of 2020.

Currently the software does not upload to the Skyward program.  Compatibility between pdEnroller and Qmlativ is slated for future development.

Yes.  Program changes are currently underway to allow for documentation and transcripting of “Activity Based Clock Hours” for Paraprofessionals.

Yes.  The report module has a variety of user-friendly reports, both in Excel and pdf format that are easily customizable.

Districts can configure pdEnroller to accept credit card payments online, making the process paperless and secure.

A NWESD pdEnroller specialist is available by phone and/or email to provide Tier 1 technical assistance and support for district identified staff.  The NWESD will act as a liaison for Tier 2 troubleshooting issues with the district and ESD 112, who manages the software.

For questions regarding clock hours, pdEnroller software, or to schedule a demonstration for your district, please contact Cindy Garrison at 360-299-4057 or cgarrison@nwesd.org.