Online PD Courses for teachers in Nevada (NV)
(not a Nevada teacher, click here to find your state)
How do I renew a teaching license in Nevada?
The Nevada Department of Education is where educators go to get up-to-date forms and renewal information for their teaching certificate. You may renew your standard or professional license up to 9 months before the expiration date of your current license.
The checklist for educators who are renewing requires official documents. Teachers in NV can apply to renew a license in Nevada and rules for relicensing can be found here. ConnectedPD by Professional Learning Board provides online professional development, continuing education and staff development for schools.
Renewals for licenses issued on or before June 30, 2019, requirements may be completed utilizing:
- 15 hours per year of professional development (new system); and/or
- 6 credits with each credit counting for 15 hours (previous system).
- The required total is 90 hours of professional development obtained during the course of the licensure period.
Renewals for all standard and professional licenses (excludes retirees) issued on or after July 1, 2019, requirements may be completed utilizing::
- 15 renewal hours (formally called credits) per year can be earned by:
- Coursework completed at a regionally accredited college or university
- Online courses
How do I contact the NV Department of Education?
Contact the Nevada Department of Education
Office of Educator Licensure in Carson City
700 E. Fifth Street,
Carson City, NV 89701
Office of Educator Licensure in Las Vegas
2080 E. Flamingo Rd, Suite 210
Las Vegas, NV 89119
The information and courses listed on this page are presented as of February 20th, 2020. Please note that state licensing requirements and school district approval processes may change and it is the responsibility of each teacher to know their licensing requirements and the process for submission and approval of all professional development and licensing requirements. Professional Learning Board does not guarantee acceptance by your school, district or licensing authority.