Please see below for answers to commonly asked questions about ATPE's Professional Learning Portal.

If your question is not answered below, please email prof_dev@atpe.org or call (800) 777-2873 for assistance.

Are you an ATPE member?
Currently, the ATPE Professional Learning Portal (PLP) is only available to ATPE members.

Have you created an account on atpe.org?
Ensure that you have created a web account. To create an account, please follow the instructions found at this link.

If you are logged in to your web account, the top left-hand corner of the homepage will feature a message that reads, "Hi, <your name>.”

Have you linked your ATPE member ID number to your Web account?
Ensure that your ATPE member ID number has been linked to your Web account. In the My Account section of the site, look at the top grey bar. If there is a link that reads "Sync" underneath the text that reads "Member ID," click the link and then follow the directions to sync your member ID number with your Web account.

If you don’t know your member ID number, please contact the state office at (800) 777-2873.  

Are you accessing the PLP through atpe.org?
Ensure that you are accessing the ATPE Professional Learning Portal through this website, not a bookmarked or favorite link in your browser. 

Did you read and agree to the PLP User Agreement?
When you first access the PLP, look below the introduction video, read the User Agreement, check the box, and then click the "go to portal" link.

If you missed watching the video, you will be able to access the introduction video once you’ve logged into the PLP.
When you click the "My Profile" link after logging in to the portal, you’ll have access to your login details, personal details, specialties, CPE requirements and email preferences.

Do not change your username or password; these are pre-populated from your atpe.org Web account login information.

You will continue to have access to all available training on the PLP regardless of the specialties or special interests that you select.    
Yes. In your training tracker, click the "view docs" link next to each course that you’ve completed.
No, but you can upload certificates from other sources in your training tracker and then see a comprehensive and easily-accessible list of all of your CPE credit hours.

ATPE does not provide CPE information to any other provider, agency or organization.