Family Resources Coordinator Training2018-10-18T08:44:02-07:00

Providing quality training for Family Resource Coordinators.

FRC Training

Family Resources Coordinator Training

ESD 112 has the Washington State contract with Department of Children, Youth and Families to provide training for Family Resources Coordinators. A Family Resources Coordinator (FRC) is a person who assists a family in gaining access to the early intervention services for their eligible child and other resources as identified in the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP). The FRC can assist the child’s family with developmental concerns, delays or disabilities, receive the rights, procedural safeguards, and services that are authorized to be provided under Washington’s Early Support for Infants and Toddlers program (ESIT).

Training Opportunities

Read through the FRC Training Process for 2020-21 before registering. You can now register online for FRC Courses. See descriptions of the trainings below.

FRCs Continuing after Introductory Training

FRCs who have completed the Introductory FRC and have provided FRC services for at least one year, are required to submit 12 contact hours per year to maintain their state registration using the FRC Years Beyond Introductory Training Report Form.

If you have taken FRC training, but are not registered with Early Support for Infants and Toddlers (ESIT), please contact:

Jenny Taisacan-Vilante


Phone: 360.952.3615


Program Contacts

Staff Contact Information

Early Support for Infants and Toddlers (ESIT) Staff Contact Information

Department of Children, Youth and Family Services
P: 360-725-3500
F: 360-725-3523


Department of Children, Youth and Family Services
1110 Jefferson Street SE
Olympia, WA 98501
PO Box 40970
Olympia, WA 98504-0970

Carol Hall



Phone: 360-952-3514


Jenny Taisacan-Vilante



Phone: 360.952.3615


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