Participants complete these online modules and attend a one day, face-to-face workshop in order to meet the IL Early Intervention Systems Training requirement. Completion of both the online modules as well as attendance at the one day face to face session is required. These modules provide an overview of State and Federal rules/regulations; eligibility criteria; roles and responsibilities of those key to service delivery; parents' rights/procedural safeguards; evaluation and assessment process; and implementation of the IFSP. Participants must complete the training modules, successfully pass the quizzes, and complete the required training evaluation in order to receive a certificate of completion (which is required to be admitted to the face to face follow up session).
The face-to-face follow up session includes interactive group discussion and activities as well as current information relative to State policies/procedures and issues related to best practice in Illinois early intervention. To register for the online portion of this training, click on the link below and follow the prompts. To register for the face-to-face follow up session, refer to the 'Upcoming Events' calendar, search category of Online Systems Overview, for sessions currently scheduled.
Please note that Flash Version 9 or better is required to play the online modules. Flash can be downloaded from adobe.com at no charge. Please keep in mind that this excludes iPads and iPhones and other devices that don’t support flash.
THIS TRAINING IS NOT FOR INTERPRETERS AND TRANSLATORS. IF YOU ARE AN INTERPRETER/TRANSLATOR LOOKING TO GET INTO THE EI SYSTEM, PLEASE GO BACK TO OUR TRAINING CALENDAR AND SEARCH, 'SYSTEM OVERVIEW FOR BILINGUAL INTERPRETERS AND TRANSLATORS IN THE IL EARLY INTERVENTION SYSTEM'.
A Moodle account is required to access this training. If you do not have a Moodle account you will have the opportunity to request one via a link in your confirmation email. Please note that it may take up to two business days to process new Moodle account requests.