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Contents

Mihi from Te Pouhere

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Ākina

4

Introduction to Mauri Ora

6

Introduction to Police Preperation

8

Māori Art Design

10

Māori Drawing Techniques

12

Introduction to Huihuinga

14

Important for Students

16

Main Service Centres

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“THE DELIVERY STYLE PLACES TAUIRA AT

Mihi from Te Pouhere E ngā iwi, e ngā kura, e ngā tauira, tēnā rā koutou katoa. Nei te koa o te ngākau i te whakarewatanga o te kaupapa nei kua whakatūria hei painga mōu, waihoki hei oranga mō te katoa. Ko te whakaaro ka hihiko tō ngākau me ō tūmanako ki te eke panuku i roto o te mātauranga ā, ake tonu atu. It is with great pleasure that we are able to offer you the STAR courses presented in this booklet. These courses, and the way they are delivered, reflect our unique contribution to education. We have a successful history of delivering tertiary education within a Māori environment and we are now working to provide a seamless transition for secondary school students into our programmes. I trust you will enjoy your learning experience with us and that it will inspire you to pursue further education at the tertiary level.

BACKGROUND Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is the largest Māori tertiary education provider in Aotearoa (New Zealand). Guided by Maōri principles and values, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa seeks to provide teaching and learning activities in

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accordance with ahuatanga Māori (Māori tradition) and tikanga Māori (Māori custom). This has influenced the unique teaching and delivery style employed by the organisation and embraced by its tauira (students). The delivery style places tauira at the centre of the teaching experience through an emphasis on face to face learning, pastoral support, and teaching and learning resources relevant to the tauira.

OUR STAR INTENTIONS We commit to be responsive to tauira needs, and our STAR delivery aims to reflect this. We commit to providing you with a quality learning experience which will support your NCEA achievement while giving you a unique perspective to learning at a tertiary level. All our courses aim to add value to your life and recognise the knowledge you may already have within you. See your STAR coordinator if you wish to participate in one of our courses, or contact us directly.


THE CENTRE OF THE TEACHING EXPERIENCE”

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ĀKINA

EXPERIENCE A ONE-DAY PROGRAMME TO FAMILIARISE YOURSELF WITH TE WĀNANGA O AOTEAROA AND THE DIFFERENT AREAS OF LEARNING IT OFFERS. YOU WILL GET TO MEET TUTORS AND LEARN ABOUT UPCOMING COURSES, WHILE GAINING EVIDENCE TOWARDS 7 CREDITS AT LEVEL 1 AND 2. YOU WILL BE SUPPLIED WITH A WORK JOURNAL FOR LATER USE.

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VENUE Apakura and Raroera campuses

DATES To be confirmed (early term 2)

COST $35

SIGNIFICANCE OF ĀKINA

OPTION 1

We chose the name Ākina as we wanted to strongly reflect the purpose and the magnitude of this initial engagement as a means of motivating and encouraging tauira, their whanau and schools towards tertiary education. The purpose of Ākina is for tauira to personally interact with kaiako and Te Wānanga o Aotearoa which will facilitate the beginning of lifelong learning and personal pathway evolution to encourage youth as the future leaders of Māori aspirations.

Three-day short course at school or at a Te Wānanga o Aotearoa campus, facilitated and assessed by one of our kaiako

Following the one-day programme, you will complete the following unit standards: • 1293 – Be interviewed in an informal one-to-one, face-to-face interview (Level 1, Credits 2) • 12383 – Explore career options relevant to an area of learning and explore their implications for oneself (Level 2, Credits 2) • 10781 – Produce a plan for own future directions (Level 2, Credits 3)

COST: $90

OPTION 2 Self-paced in your own time at school, assessed and supported by a Te Wānanga o Aotearoa kaiako

COST: $55

WHERE TO FROM HERE? • Long term STAR courses offered by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa • Mahi Ora Level 1 • Gateway placement

FUTURE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Gateway placement in an area of your choice to allow you to make a good decision on what you would like to try.

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INTRODUCTION TO

MAURI ORA

LEARN ABOUT THE UNIQUE AND FUNDAMENTAL CULTURE THAT SETS AOTEAROA APART FROM OTHER COUNTRIES. PARTICIPATE IN A TWO-DAY NOHO AND LEARN MORE ABOUT PŌWHIRI AND ATUA, YOUR CULTURE AND YOUR LAND.

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VENUE To be confirmed

DATES several opportunities terms 2 and 3

COST $200

UNIT STANDARDS

FUTURE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

• 16160 – Describe the activities of a selected atua, and describe the characteristics associated with a selected atua (Level 2, Credits 2)

• Employment with Māori organisations and communities • Teacher • Māori Advisor • Local, regional and national government bodies • Translator

• 16166 – Explain key concepts associated with pōwhiri; explain the role and functions of pōwhiri; and describe practices associated with pōwhiri (Level 2, Credits 2)

WHERE TO FROM HERE? • • • •

Mauri Ora Level 2 Certificate in Indigenous Research Level 4 Certificate in Waka Ama Level 4 Certificate in Te Ara Reo Māori Level 4

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INTRODUCTION TO

POLICE PREPERATION

LEARN ABOUT THE NZ POLICE AND THE DIFFERENT CAREER OPPORTUNITIES, ENTRY REQUIREMENTS AND TESTS WHILE GAINING A BASIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE DIFFERENT ROLES OF THE NZ POLICE. YOU WILL ALSO HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO HEAR ABOUT THE DIFFERENT DAY-TO-DAY ACTIVITIES OF THE NZ POLICE FROM A MEMBER OF THE POLICE.

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VENUE Te Wānanga o Aotearoa campus or school

DATES to be confirmed (over two days)

COST $125

UNIT STANDARD • 4259 – Describe the role of the New Zealand Police and the services it provides in the community (Level 2, Credits 2)

WHERE TO FROM HERE? • Certificate in Vocational Preparation Level 3 (Police)

FUTURE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Employment with the NZ Police

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MĀORI ART DESIGN

LEARN THE BASICS OF MĀORI ART DESIGN. YOU WILL COVER VARIOUS ELEMENTS OF MĀORI ART, SUCH AS LINE, TONE, TEXTURE, COLOUR, SHAPE AND FORM. OVER FOUR DAYS, YOU WILL BE GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY TO COMPLETE FOUR CREDITS TOWARDS YOUR NCEA AS WELL AS FUTURE MĀORI ART COURSES.

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VENUE Te Wānanga o Aotearoa campus

DATES to be confirmed, four days, one day per week over four weeks

COST $200

UNIT STANDARD • 2580 – Explain design elements used to generate Māori art design (Level 2, Credits 4)

WHERE TO FROM HERE? • Māori Art Design 2 • Kawai Raupapa - Introduction to the Arts Level 3 • Toi Paematua - Diploma in Māori Visual Arts Level 4

FUTURE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Practising artist • Cultural art educator • Stage, theatre, television

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MĀORI ART DRAWING TECHNIQUES

THIS COURSE FOLLOWS ON FROM MĀORI ART DESIGN 1, BUT ATTENDING MĀORI ART DESIGN 1 IS NOT A REQUIREMENT FOR PARTICIPATING IN THIS COURSE. IN THIS COURSE, YOU WILL LEARN MORE ABOUT DRAWING TECHNIQUES AND TOOLS TO CREATE MĀORI ART. OVER FOUR DAYS YOU WILL BE GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY TO COMPLETE FOUR CREDITS TOWARDS YOUR NCEA AS WELL AS FUTURE MĀORI ART COURSES.

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VENUE Te Wānanga o Aotearoa campus

DATES to be confirmed, four days, one day per week over four weeks

COST $200

UNIT STANDARD • 2594 – Employ drawing techniques to create Māori Art (Level 2, Credits 4)

WHERE TO FROM HERE? • Kawai Raupapa - Introduction to the Arts Level 3 • Toi Paematua - Diploma in Māori Visual Arts Level 4

FUTURE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Practising artist • Cultural art educator • Stage, theatre, television

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INTRODUCTION TO

HUIHUINGA

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT HUI, VALUES, BELIEFS AND PRACTICES ASSOCIATED WITH HUI? DO YOU PARTICIPATE IN HUI ALREADY, BUT HAVE NEVER BEEN GIVEN NCEA CREDITS FOR IT? HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO GAIN TWO CREDITS AT LEVEL 2 OVER TWO DAYS WHILE LEARNING ALL ABOUT HUI. YOU WILL ALSO PARTICIPATE IN A GATEWAY WORK PLACEMENT WHERE YOU WILL OBSERVE AND PARTICIPATE IN A HUI.

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VENUE Te Wānanga o Aotearoa campus or school

DATES to be confirmed, two days back to back

COST $115

UNIT STANDARD

FUTURE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

• 16165 – Demonstrate knowledge of types of hui (Level 2, Credits 2)

• Kōhanga reo assistant • Personal assistant • Kaiāwhina / kaiako within whare kura, kura kaupapa Māori or kōhanga reo • Cultural advisor / assistant with tertiary organisations • Support worker within Māori organisations and communities

WHERE TO FROM HERE? • • • •

Introduction to Mauri Ora Certificate in Mauri Ora Level 2 Certificate in Tikanga Māori Level 3 Certificate in Tikanga Marae Level 4

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Important for Students COST

SUPPORT

Your school can pay for any of our courses with STAR funding. Please contact Te Wト]anga o Aotearoa for more information. You can attend more than one course. Everything you need is included in the cost.

From the moment you enrol in one of our courses for school students, you will have unlimited access to ongoing support from our team. We can help you make decisions about school subjects, courses for when you leave school and future career opportunities. We can also help you find a good Gateway placement and we will be there for you if you simply need to talk about your future.

RESOURCES At every course, you will get all the resources you need. You will get work journals and other support materials as required.

KAI Whenever you attend a Te Wト]anga o Aotearoa STAR course, you will be supplied with morning tea and lunch.

CREDITS Every course we offer has credits that you can use towards your NCEA achievement and cross credit to further study in most cases.

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FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS We are looking to continue to develop more STAR delivery responding to the needs of schools and tauira, so if you have any ideas you wish to share with us, or would like us to develop a course for a specific purpose, please contact us.


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Tainui (WAIKATO)


0800 355 553 www.twoa.ac.nz

STAR@twoa.ac.nz


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