In 1965, the NJAEOP
Educational program was launched with relevant adult education courses open to
members in many schools throughout the state. Now, the NJAEOP
The PDP is served by a
distinguished Advisory Board (see below) whose members represent important
segments of the educational community. This voluntary program
PDP ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
*Membership in NJAEOP for TWO (2) Consecutive Years.
OPTION I A certificate is available upon successful completion of THREE (3) MANDATED college courses or an Educational Office Specialist certification:
AND A NON-REFUNDABLE REGISTRATION FEE OF $15.00
OPTION II A certificate
is available upon successful completion of THIRTY (30) college credits
which MUST include FIVE (5) MANDATED courses (the three (3)
4. School Law or Education Law
AND A NON-REFUNDABLE REGISTRATION FEE OF $25.00 (OR AN ADDITIONAL $10.00 FEE IF OPTION I HAS ALREADY BEEN RECOGNIZED.)
OPTION III A certificate is available upon completion of an Associate Degree or a minimum of Sixty (60) college credits including the above five mandated courses.
AND A NON-REFUNDABLE REGISTRATION FEE OF $35.00. (OR AN ADDITIONAL $10 FEE IF OPTION I AND II HAVE BEEN RECOGNIZED, OR AN ADDITIONAL $20.00 FEE IF ONLY OPTION I HAS BEEN RECOGNIZED.)
*Effective May 1, 1992, a seven (7) year time limit has been established for the evaluation of a course substitution for any of the five mandated course requirements.
*Official transcripts of completed courses MUST BE submitted to the PDP Registrar by September 1, 2021 to have a certificate available at the November annual meeting.