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Supporting Educators Responding to the Challenging Behaviors of Children in ECEC Services 

Planting a Tree


PANCO is a five-step intervention strategy to respond to the challenging behaviour of children in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Services

​Rapid brain development takes place in the early stage of life. Neuroscience suggests that about 80% of brain development occurs in the first five years. This phenomenon takes place rapidly but in different forms and ways. For this, an appropriate course of stimulating, activating, and responding to their behaviours by parents or others is vital. Many children spend most of their active time in non-parental care, mostly in ECEC services. This intensifies the role early childhood professionals play in a child's life. 


PANCO runs interactive workshops to support ECEC professionals in responding to the challenging behaviour of children in an appropriate manner.


Our sessions run for 2 hours with additional question-answer time. The resources for the workshop are provided.

Our fees starts from $850 per group.

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