Amba Press

Asserting a Culture of Child Safety

$44.95 inc GST $40.86 ex GST

Offering children the protection and care that they deserve

Child protection training, undertaken by educators, maintains a general knowledge of what to do if concerns arise. The purpose of this book is to help the early childhood sector to be working from a position of earlier identification and prevention.

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SKU: 9781922607485 - 27 Categories: , Ages: Adult Author: Nicole Talarico Publisher: Amba Press Page count: 255 ISBN: 9781922607485 Publish date: 15th March, 2023

Product overview

This book is a step-by-step guide to champion children’s safety and wellbeing. As a practical tool, it will give clarification and confidence about what to do to create a culture of child safety at your education and care organisation.

About the author:

Author Nicole Talarico is the founding director of Talarico Consulting and Medical Action Bag. She has consulted in the early childhood sector for more than 20 years, supporting children’s services with high-quality practice and ongoing improvement, specialising in exceeding service provision. With a long-term commitment to supporting sector growth, Nicole has a strong focus on the prevention of child abuse and neglect.

Praise for this book:

This book is a must-have for every early childhood professional’s bookshelf. Nicole takes a confronting topic and turns it into something real, something tangible, something not so scary. Full of practical examples, links to reputable resources and opportunities for reflection on current thinking and practice makes this book a useful resource for early childhood professionals at all stages of their career.
– Sarah Louise Gandolfo, Professional learning project coordinator, Early Childhood Australia

The topic has so many layers to unpick, so everything in it is important. I would definitely use it as a resource when needing further clarification. So very proud of the passionate and hardworking advocate she has become and continues to be as she explores and gains new knowledge to share with us all. 
– Karryn Grunden, Early childhood teacher

Congratulations on your phenomenal book. The early years sector will really benefit from your hard work. We must start teaching protective education from the age of three at the latest, and your brilliant book will definitely help.
– Holly-ann Martin OAM, Child abuse prevention education specialist

The most valuable resource an early childhood educator can have right now is this book. A powerfully written text that provides not only a detailed yet easy-to-read summary of all Child Safe Standards, but cleverly and importantly a working document. This book allows educators and all those within our community to understand, to reflect and to be better when considering best practice. 

– Michelle Smith, Early childhood teacher

I really enjoy your writing style and choice of language and expression. I only
had to google one word to find its meaning! I loved it. You write beautifully.
– Susie Rosback, Owner early childhood centre

I believe that everyone will benefit from reading this and working through the suggestions, ideas and helpful/practical supports you have provided. As I read through your book, I created an extended version of a Quality Improvement Plan for Child Safe Standards. You have supported me to achieve a quality benchmark to implement all of the Standards.
– Lorrelle Orrman, Early childhood director