pdEnroller

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About pdEnroller

To meet the growing requirements for managing courses and events, the NCESD offers Professional Development Enroller. pdEnroller is a mobile-friendly web service for event registration, payment, clock hour approval and clock hour recording.

On the Getting Started page you’ll find “How To” videos that demonstrate how to best navigate the pdEnroller system. You’ll find helpful information about logging in to the system, and some additional help on submitting clock hour proposals, printing your transcript, and updating your profile.

Cancellation and Refund Policies

Cancellation Policy:

This cancellation policy only applies to a session with a registration fee. A participant may self-cancel up to 5 days prior to the start date and get a registration refund (see Refund Fee Policy below) for a session.

Refund Fee Policy:

Credit/Debit/Electronic Check
To help cover the costs associated with using the credit/debit feature from VeriSign, there will be a 15% fee (15% of the registration/class cost) for all cancellations purchased with a credit/debit card, or electronic check.

Purchase Orders
There will be no refund fee collected when registering and paying with a purchase order. Once you are within the 24 hour period of the start of the class, there will be no refunds.

Substitution Policy:

All substitutions must notify the ESD within 24 hours of the start of the class (509-665-2610). All substitutions will follow the Refund and Cancellation policies above.

Upcoming Classes

Click on a class to learn more and register.

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Our pdEnroller Staff


Pete Phillips

Executive Director Technology Services
Email Pete Phillips
509-667-7109

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