MANY experts agree that it is crucial for children to start learning at a young age as education is the foundation of a person’s development and growth.
Being a long-time advocate of early childhood care and education (ECCE), SEGi University & Colleges has collaborated with Whytehouse Education Group to host an international conference to propel the ECCE industry forward.
Themed “Nurturing Well-Being in Early Childhood” the SEGi-Whytehouse Early Years International Conference was held from Aug 13–20 and was free-for-all to participate so more people can play an active role in sustainable child development.
“SEGi’s partnership with the Whytehouse Education Group began last year. The production of 12 free virtual lectures in the SEGi-Whytehouse Early Years Lecture Series was very well-received, which led to the birth of this unique international conference in our continual effort to promote ECCE good practices and subsequently improve the quality of ECCE services in the country,” said SEGi University & Colleges vice-chancellor Prof Dr Azrin Esmady Ariffin.