Early Childhood Education Consultant
Support the development, growth and well-being of your staff. We work in early childhood education, care and early intervention settings.
Up-to-date, relevant and respectfully tailored in-house training, workshops and support with our early childhood education consultant.
Whether you operate a play-group, day-care or early intervention program, strengthening relationship-based practices in early childhood settings is the key to supporting a deep sense of belonging and satisfaction for staff, parents and children alike.
We are all unique. Therefore, training and staff development solutions need to be tailored. Our development as staff grows from the strengths and passions of the people in each setting. My goal as an Early Childhood Education Consultant is to support your team to use, extend and embed relationship-based practices, policies, programs and curricula to support children’s learning, development and social well-being.
My work draws from a 25-year background blending health, education and care for young children. I have almost two decades of experience in professional training, mentorship and supervision.
Early childhood and family support staff from Relationships Australia (SA).
Following one of my major training projects 2013-2017, this group of staff reports on their innovations in practice with Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal families who have baby at high risk.
2017 SNAICC Early Childhood Conference
Learning formats available:
- In-person staff development sessions (during or after business hours).
- Video-link staff development sessions – workshops, seminars (during or after business hours).
- On-floor training (local area only – Canberra and surrounding NSW).
- Workplace supervision and assessment.
- Performance management plans and supervision.
- Leadership support and mentorship.
- Staff training planning, design, and curriculum and content development.
Examples of learning topics for in-house training:
(please contact for your specific requirements)
- Communicating with children.
- Infant observation.
- Infant cues, crying, communication and early affect regulation.
- Family engagement and family-centred practices.
- Play-based approaches for supporting relationships.
- Touch – developing positive, safe and helpful strategies for use of touch.
- Using relationship-based practice to develop language, literacy and numeracy programming.
- Relationship-based practice to support traumatised babies and children.
- Individualised and differentiated planning for at-risk and vulnerable children – relationship-based, trauma-informed care.
- Making relationships visible in documentation.