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Clock Hour Program Services
OESD 114 is an authorized approving agency for Washington State clock hours. OESD 114 complies with the requirements of WAC: 181-85-033, 181-85-045, 181-85-200, 181-85-205, and RCW 28A.415.040.
OESD 114 retains clock hour records for the requisite 7 calendar years.
Requests to register clock hours beyond the required 7-year period cannot be guaranteed.Among the services we deliver are:
Provide clock hours to districts and organizations in the Olympic ESD 114 region for classes of benefit to teachers. Olympic ESD 114 is a Washington State approving agency for clock hours.
Register your clock hours (**note: OESD clock hours are not considered earned until paid for and recorded on your transcript**)
- Clock hour fees increased to $3 per clock hour on September 1, 2018 (this applies to both old and new clock hour requests)
Maintain a database of earned clock hours.
Provide transcripts to participating districts twice a year.
Provide transcripts to you on request (cost is $5.00 per transcript).
Offer classes in a wide range of content areas, and offer clock hours for those classes. Click here to see the current class schedule.
- Sponsoring clock hours for classes offered by online clock hour partners: Click here for more information
Integrating pdEnroller and EDS:
Beginning January 2021, clock hours that are earned through pdEnroller will automatically be uploaded into OSPI’s E-Certification system. These will only be applied to clock hours that were earned starting on July 1, 2015, and for educators who have both an EDS and pdEnroller account. For more information, or to confirm that your EDS and pdEnroller account are linked, please click here: https://www.pdenroller.org/ecert
Please also take this time to update your pdEnroller user account. If you have more than one account in pdEnroller please contact Heather Archut at firstname.lastname@example.org and request an account merge. Please provide the email address for both (or all if more than 2) accounts and let us know which email address/account you would like to have as your primary log in.
Please remember that clock hours are not considered earned until surveys and payments are completed for the courses through pdEnroller.
We hope that our educators find this change beneficial to the clock hour certification process. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
On July 25th, 2019 the State of Washington Professional Educator Standards Board (PESB) announced approved changes to the clock hour policy. Please view the changes below.
Heather ArchutOESD 114
- The minimum clock hour requirement has been reduced from 3 hours to 1. This change applies only to courses that have a complete date of September 1, 2019, or after. Any course completed prior to the effective date will still need to meet the 3-hour minimum requirement that was set in place for clock hour approval.
- Effective September 1, 2019 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) that have been completed at an accredited college or university (in-state or out-of-state), can now be accepted as clock hours.
- Effective September 1, 2019 Professional Development Units (PDUs) completed by an accredited college or university can now be accepted as clock hours.
- Educators who hold a specific Department of Health (DOH) license can use hours that satisfy the DOH licensure requirements as clock hours toward their continuing education. DOH license must be up to date.
- Effective September 1, 2019 Continuing Education STARS hours provided by the Washington Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF) can now be accepted as clock hours.
- Instructors can only claim clock hours if participants attended the course. They may not be offered if they are the only participant.
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