Required Training for Early Intervention Providers
Early Intervention Provider Training
All providers must complete the Early Intervention Provider Training course, which includes 13 modules and a final exam.
The Early Intervention Provider Training user guide has step-by-step instructions to help you complete the training and take the exam. (For a downloadable PDF of the user guide,click here.)
The 13 Early Intervention Provider Training modules include:
- Foundations of Early Intervention
- Principles and Pillars
- Working With Families
- Child Development
- Emotional Development
- Family Assessment
- Services, Strategies and Funding
- Transitions and Reviews
- Self-Care and Safety
Required Training for Telehealth Service Delivery
This training is required for Early Intervention Colorado providers who plan to use Telehealth as a service delivery method.
The telehealth training is encouraged for all Early Intervention staff, including service coordinators. The information will support all Early Intervention professionals with the knowledge to better support families and providers in accessing telehealth services.
The telehealth training is in Cornerstone, Early Intervention’s learning management system. See this one-page document on how to access telehealth training.
Telehealth training resources:
- Folder with telehealth training documents and resources
- Need to print a completion certificate? Click here for information
- Telehealth for Early Intervention: considerations for effective implementation and Medicaid reimbursement (Nov. 2021)
- Telehealth Padlet with telehealth guidance, tools and information
All current and prospective Early Intervention providers should review the Provider Personnel Standards that outline the training and qualifications that providers should have.
All providers of Early Intervention services must complete the Early Intervention Provider Training course, which includes 13 modules plus a final exam. Learn more about each of the training modules here.
Providers that will use telehealth to deliver Early Intervention Colorado services must also take the telehealth training.
The first step is to sign up for an account** in Cornerstone, Early Intervention’s learning management system. (You can find detailed instructions on how to use Cornerstone here.)
Learn more about the required training for Early Intervention providers on this page.
**If you think you might already have a Cornerstone account, please reach out to Rachel Karas (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Wayla Murrow (email@example.com) to have your account reactivated. Please include in the email the name of the training that you are requesting.