New Jersey

Training in this category is accepted by the New Jersey Workforce Registry to use for your yearly professional development hours. AIR Training Solutions verifies these hours for you on the registry.

What is the NJCCIS and the NJ Workforce Registry?

The New Jersey Child Care Information System (NJCCIS) is the central resource for early childhood educators, trainers, and programs that are intended for young children and their families in New Jersey. The NJCCIS is home to the NJ Workforce Registry. The NJ Workforce Registry allows early childhood and school age childcare professionals to monitor professional development achievement and provides access to in-person and online training resources.

On the NJ Workforce Registry, a wide variety of childcare training listings are provided. The NJ Workforce Registry manages all of your trainings and keep the records all in one place. The system allows you to locate training by a specific trainer or by specific keywords. AIR Child Care Training Solutions has multiple courses listed on the NJ Workforce Registry.

New Jersey Childcare Training Tools

While there are many great tools available to childcare professionals, here’s two that we’ve found to be very useful.

Search For Professional Development and Training Classes  in the NJ Workforce Registry allows users to search for trainings based on selective criteria. Users can also search by training title, event ID, training agency, and date.

My Staff  allows early childhood administrators and directors can view, monitor, and manage staff progress in their professional development success.

How many hours of professional development is needed in New Jersey?

According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services Minimum Preservice Qualifications and Annual Ongoing Training Hours for Center Teaching Roles in 2011, early childhood professionals are required to complete a minimum of 12 clock hours of professional development annually.