Tips for Registering for Classes:
Click on either link:
Click on the "View Details" button for a class you are interested in. Click on any of the headers to sort by that column: Workshop Name, Agency, Location, Curricular Group or Start (Date) to help you find the class you are looking for.
STEP 2. NEW USERS:
The first time you signup for a class you will need to create your account by filling in your personal information. You only have to fill this out once. It will ask you for the last 4 digits of your social security number because this becomes your ID number for future class registrations. After you register for your first class, the next time you want to register you will only need to enter your name and the last 4 digits of your social security. Can't get much easier!
Go ahead and fill in the rest of the form as it pertains to you. ESD Region?
Fill in Southern Oregon ESD.
Be sure and include your work email to receive notifications automatically.
Once you fill out the form, click on the "CREATE YOUR ACCOUNT" button at the bottom of the window. You are now a user and can simply login in the future using your last name and last 4-digits of your social security number (See Previous Users below)
STEP 2. PREVIOUS USERS:
Enter your last name and last 4-digits of your social security number. Click “Login”.
The system will bring up your information and classes you are signed up for to the right of your information (if you are a previous user).
Click on the "Sign Up" button at the top or bottom of this screen. The next screen will have all of the information you need regarding the class. I recommend you print this screen.
STEP 5. IMPORTANT!
Click the Sign Up button at either the top or the bottom of the page to confirm that you want to sign up for this class. You will not be registered without this final step. You will receive an e-mail notification with the beginning and ending date, time and location for the class.
NOTE: Each class will list the date, time and location on the class "view details" page. For questions or concerns send an email to Amy Sayre.