Required Training & Resources for Service Coordinators
Early Intervention Fundamentals Training
All new service coordinators must complete the required training, Early Intervention Fundamentals. Sign up for the training through Cornerstone, Early Intervention’s learning management system. See the Cornerstone training user guide for detailed instructions.
New service coordinators need to complete Early Intervention Fundamentals within 90 days of the date they are hired at their local Early Intervention program or Community Centered Board.
Click here for instructions for completing Early Intervention Fundamentals. (For a downloadable PDF of the user guide, click here.)
To sign up for Early Intervention Fundamentals you will need:
Service coordinator hire date
Supervisor’s name and email
Service coordinator's assigned work email (this will become your username)
If you have questions about signing up for this training or any of the components, please contact Wayla Murrow, Training and Technical Assistance Supervisor, 720-667-9325 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Understanding and Explaining Procedural Safeguards
All individuals providing service coordination on behalf of Early Intervention Colorado are required to understand and explain to families their rights and procedural safeguards under the program.
The interactive Family Rights and Procedural Safeguards Training can be accessed here.
- Step-by-step document outlining the procedural safeguards process
Comparison chart to help you understand Mediation, Complaint, and Due Process Hearings
Family rights information that is given to families
The required trainings for Early Intervention Colorado service coordinators are based on Colorado’s Core Competencies for EI Service Coordinators. Core competencies describe what service coordinators know and are able to do to be effective in their role coordinating services for families participating in the Early Intervention Colorado program.
Service coordinators must complete two trainings:
- Early Intervention Fundamentals
- Understanding and Explaining Procedural Safeguards
Learn more about both of these trainings on this page.
Service coordinators are also encouraged to take the telehealth training so that they can inform families and providers about their options for receiving Early Intervention services via telehealth.