Workshop “Supporting Behaviours in Young Children”

6 November 2018
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6 November 2018 ccwdadmin

We had a great turnout at the Workshop “Supporting Behaviours in Young Children” at Capital College presented by the talented Speaker Zina Abdulla.

Zina has been working in the childcare field for over 15 years and has experiences with many age groups. From assisting children with special needs to working with families, her passion for the early childhood field is evident. Her last six years have brought her within the classroom teaching as a college instructor. It is within the classroom that knowledge and experiences can be shared. With her expertise, she is now sharing her attainments through workshops as a way to contribute to the Early Childhood community.

Many thanks to all the participants for your contribution in making this workshop productive and successful!

"We really enjoyed the workshop! The workshop atmosphere was so warm and friendly, it felt like everybody knew each other for a long time.

We would love to join your workshop again!"

Emiko and Junko

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