What is the NHCIS Professional Registry?
NH DHHS has developed a new information system for early childhood and out of school time programs and professionals. It is called the NH Connections Information System (NHCIS), and it includes several components. One of the components is a new personal portal that includes a variety of “apps”. Each “app” appears as a tile on a dashboard after logging in. One of these apps is the new Professional Registry.
The individual benefits to having a NHCIS Professional Registry include:
- Creating, maintaining, accessing and sharing your own training and education information.
- Ability to view and reflect upon your own professional growth along your career pathway.
- Registering for training and tracking your own professional development.
- Obtaining a Registry ID to link your ProSolutions Account.
- Completing your Credentialing application online.
- Ability to apply for background record checks.
How Do I Create a NHCIS Professional Registry?
- If you have an existing NHPR account, please see the NHCIS Professional Registry FAQ Document for detailed instructions.
- Go to the NHCIS login page, click on the “REGISTER” button and follow the prompts.
- You will receive a verification code to that email address which will be used for registration.
- Once you have created a new account, you should be able to update your Professional Registry.
- To request additional assistance, visit the NHCIS Login Page to submit a support ticket by clicking on “SUPPORT”.
- You can also contact Child Care Aware of NH on the Contact Us page, selecting Technical Assistance and Coaching and using the subject line: “Registry Assistance”.
- To reset your password, click on “Reset password”.
- The Registry ID for ProSolutions is found in the top right hand corner of your NHCIS Professional Registry in red text.
- View the How to Video below for a tutorial on completing your NHCIS Professional Registry.
Using the NH Professional Registry System
In order to be able to transfer your training record, please go into your current registry account by October 31st to ensure the email address is up to date and check the accuracy of the birth date. This will help identify you when you create an account in the NHCIS. Click the button above to visit the “old” NH Professional Registry.
We also recommend that you print your current registry record, including your training transcript.