Fill in all the required fields in the form below. Phone numbers should be entered in (609) 777-1823 or (609) 777-1823 x609 format only. You must include a space between the telephone number and the extension. You are not permitted to copy and paste on the registration form.
The NJ Workforce Registry is now live at www.NJCCIS.com. NJ Workforce Registry staff will resume assistance to members at [email protected] or 1-877-522-1050. Grow NJ Kids Training Services Grow NJ Kids Training Services is looking forward to supporting your continuous professional development as a Grow NJ Kids program.
The NJ Registry is an on-line database which records and recognizes a person’s education, training and work experience in the field of early childhood education, afterschool, and primary education! Our goal is to help participants track their annual professional development hours while 12-16 PM 10/3/2014
The NJ Workforce Registry is an on-line database that records and recognizes a person’s education, training, and work experience in the field of early childhood education. The goal of the Registry is to help participants track their annual professional development hours while providing data about the NJ early childhood workforce.
Contractor Registration – For information about registering with the Department of Labor and Workforce Development in order to bid on or engage in the performance of any public works project: P: (609) 292-9464 F: (609) 633-8591. Email Contractor Registration (please read our email confidentiality statement)
If you provided your NJ Workforce Registry ID# in the form, your certificate will be uploaded into the system within 2-3 weeks. The training platform is compatible with PCs, tablets and phones. Identificando el Abuso y Descuido Infantil – Reportador Mandatorio en el Cuidado y Educacion de la edad temprana.
REGISTRY All workshop registration is done through the NJ Workforce Registry click below for more information. The Registry allows early childhood and school-age professionals to maintain a record of their professional experience, education, development and credentials in a central location.
NJ workers currently claiming federal benefits (PUA or PEUC) will receive the new benefits without delay, and should continue to certify weekly. Anyone who exhausts those benefits on or after Dec. 26, 2020 will see a gap in payments while we reprogram our systems to add the 11-week extension.
The NJ Workforce Registry is hosting two informational webinars. The webinars will provide an overview of the Registry with a focus on finding professional development training, applying for scholarships and viewing your training record. The webinar will be held on the following dates: August 8, 2018 – For more information, click here.
Dec 09, 2020 · The State of New Jersey’s Department of Health will host COVID-19 Provider Office Hours. Office hours will be held every Monday and Wednesday from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Topics will include but are not limited to: The COVID-19 Provider Agreement, COVID-19 Provider Enrollment, COVID-19 NJIIS Interface using HL7 or Excel spreadsheet, and the COVID …