How do I find my pa Ppid?

How do I find my pa Ppid?

How do I find my pa Ppid?

How do I get my Professional Personnel Identification (PPID)? Your PPID is issued by logging into the TIMS portal and setting up a profile. After your profile is set up, your PPID is located on your TIMS personal profile page.

What is a PPID number in PA?

PDE enacts a process for reactivating a PA certificate with an active and valid Out-of-State certification (Reactivating with an out of state certificate.) Professional Personnel ID# (PPID) replaced SSN as the sole identifier for educators in PERMS.

What is your PPID number?

Professional Personnel Identification Number
A PPID is your Professional Personnel Identification Number. This # is unique to you. The intended purpose of the PPID was to create a secure alternative to use instead of Social Security Numbers for reporting and retrieving Act 48 continuing professional education credits and hours.

Where can I see my act 48 hours?

You may check your Act 48 progress at the PA Department of Education Records Management Site by visiting and entering your Professional Personal ID number.

How do I put my pa teaching certificate on hold?

If you are not currently working in a state school but wish to maintain your certificate, you can request a voluntary inactive status by submitting form PDE 338R to the Bureau of Teacher Certification and Preparation. (Contact them at 717-787-3356 to obtain this form).

How do I view my pa teaching certificate?

How do I view my pa teaching certificate?

  1. Go to
  2. Hover the mouse over “EDUCATORS”
  3. Click “Certification” from the drop down menu.
  4. Click the GREEN “TIMS Educator Online Certification System” box in the middle of the page.
  5. Thoroughly review Help With TIMS self-help options.

What is difference between PID and PPID?

A process ID (PID) is a unique identifier assigned to a process while it runs. A process that creates a new process is called a parent process; the new process is called a child process. The parent process ID (PPID) becomes associated with the new child process when it is created. The PPID is not used for job control.

What is my PDE number?

Educators can find their PPID by going to PDE’s website at (scroll to the bottom of the homepage and click “Act 48 Reporting System” under PDE Online Services).

How many ACT 48 hours do teachers need in PA?

180 Act 48 hours
All educators holding Pennsylvania public school certification must earn 180 Act 48 hours (approved professional development hours) every five years to remain in active status. The five-year period begins on the day the educator’s initial instructional certificate is issued.

Do PA teaching certificates expire?

No. Pennsylvania certificates are not renewable. An Instructional I or Educational Specialist I is valid for a maximum of 6 service years in Pennsylvania. If not converted before the end of the applicable service period, the certificate becomes lapsed or invalid.