Workshop held to boost early childhood education
By:Tania Lam
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SIBU: Participants of the Early Childhood Education Division Professionalism Improvement Workshop 2022 in the Sarikei parliamentary constituency have been told to take full advantage of the opportunity to further improve their knowledge in teaching and cultivating talents among children.

According to a report by the Sarawak Public Communications Unit (UKAS), Meradong assemblyman Datuk Ding Kuong Hiing said the workshop was organised with the aim of providing exposure and knowledge to educators of Tabika Kemas.

In his speech at the workshop held at Kingwood Hotel Sibu on Friday (Feb 4), he said this included new aspects introduced to increase their knowledge on children’s education and teaching.

Ding also announced the allocation of a Minor Rural Project (MRP) worth RM5,000 as moral support for the organisation of the workshop.

He also expressed his appreciation to two Kemas educators who had retired and another who would be moving to Julau District.

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