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TE WAHAROA

PROSPECTUS 2010


Cover design inspired by the artwork of:

SHANON HOANI HAWEA NGĀTI KAHUNGUNU "MOEMOEĀ" SERIES II

Shanon completed his studies at Toimairangi, School of Mäori Art, Te Wänanga o Aotearoa, Hastings in 2008 and graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor of Mäori Arts. Shanon is an ‘Artist in Residence’ at Toimairangi working to establish himself as a practising artist. In 2010 he has his sights set on completing a Graduate Diploma of Teaching with a view to sharing his knowledge as a teacher in Kura Kaupapa Mäori. Shanon descends from the iwi of Te Tairäwhiti. Inspiration for his art comes from tribal and whänau stories. Tä Moko is another art form that strongly influences his work as it relates to his genealogy and the markings of tüpuna. About the artwork: This work acknowledges my tribal and whänau connections with the sea and coast. It is about the importance of our ocean, foreshore, seabed and the many environmental and resource threats to the health and well-being of the ocean and its eco-systems. This series is also an acknowledgement of the journey through Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa and the Polynesian islands from the ancient homeland of Hawaiki to Aotearoa. The colours and patterns represent sea-life as well as passages of water and flowing tides.


Tainui (WAIKATO)


HE KUPU WHAKATAKI NĀ TE POUHERE

Wānangananga a i te p pō ō Wānangananga i te ao He toi nuku, he toi rangi angi g He toi i ahu mai i Hawaiki wai i Tihē mauri ora He korōria kororia ki a Ihowa o ngā mano ano E inoi atu ana ki a ia kia tukua mai e ia ana manaakitanga ki runga i a tātou Tatū noa hoki ki runga i a Kīngi Tūheitia e noho ana rā i te taumata tapu Ko te aroha mō te iwi kua rūpeke ki tua, e kore e waimeha Hei ngā kāwai nui, hei ngā kāwai roa Tēnei ka whakamihi Tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā rā koutou katoa. Nei rā te reo rāhiri o Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, ki a koutou e whakaaro ana kia piki mai, ki a koutou e whakaaro ana kia hoki mai ki te whai i te mātauranga, hei oranga mōu, mō tō whānau, mō tō iwi, ka mutu, hei oranga mō Aotearoa whānui. Nau mai, piki mai, haere mai rā. Welcome to those who will be joining us for the first time. And welcome back to those who are returning to continue your studies. It is with great pride that I present to you Te Waharoa our prospectus for 2010. As always, I acknowledge the vision and commitment of the founders and staff (past and present) of Te Wänanga o Aotearoa whose hard work has enabled us to be here for you today. Their selfless determination and their understanding of the importance of education provide a legacy that benefits thousands of tauira each year. We are currently facing difficult times, with the unemployment rate increasing daily and more people looking for new careers in 4 // HE KUPU WHAKATAKI NĀ TE POUHERE

our ever-changing world. Although times may be tough, I am optimistic that we can work together to use this time productively, to gain new skills and move closer to our dreams and aspirations. With jobs in short supply, there has never been a better time to study, and I am excited about the year ahead. This year, we have carefully chosen a balance of programmes that accurately reflects the needs of our tauira and supports the needs of the communities we serve. For many of you, Te Wänanga o Aotearoa will be the platform from which you will launch a career. For others, we will be a helping hand to get you into your own business. And for others still, we will be the start of an educational pathway that leads you to study at a higher level, either with Te Wänanga o Aotearoa or with another wänanga, polytechnic or university. Whatever your goals, we are committed to working with you to help achieve them. We also know you will remember your time with us, the friends you make and the togetherness we create inside and outside our classrooms. I look forward to the privilege of working with you Take some time to look through Te Waharoa – there is something in here for everyone. Alongside our existing programmes, we have a number of new programmes: National Cerificate in Business (First Line Management); Te Pütaketanga o Te Reo; and the Diploma in Mäori Governance and Leadership. By picking up this prospectus you have taken the first step towards a better future - not only for yourself, but also for your whänau and those who will follow in your footsteps. Join us in 2010 and start a journey towards achieving your full potential. We look forward to welcoming you as a member of our whänau.

Nä Bentham Ohia Te Pouhere


WELCOME

TO TE WĀNANGA O AOTEAROA

““WE W ARE DRIVEN BY A BELIEF THAT EVERYONE IS BORN EVER TO BE SUCCESSFUL AND OUR ROLE IS TO SUPPORT PEOPLE TO ACHIEVE THIS.” Bentham Ohia - Te Pouhere, CEO, Te Wänanga o Aotearoa

Established in 1983, Te Wänanga o Aotearoa is now chosen by over 40,000 students each year as the tertiary education provider best suited to their needs. We offer flexible learning opportunities designed to meet the diverse circumstances of the communities we serve. We have eleven main campuses and more than 80 sites throughout New Zealand where you can study a wide range of programmes from certificate to degree level. Many of these programmes can be studied part-time – during weekdays, in the evening, at the weekend, or from home. All our programmes are delivered in a uniquely Mäori environment which provides an inclusive, interactive and nurturing learning experience. As a whänau-based organisation, we support all our tauira on their journey towards achieving their full potential. Whether you want to dig deeper into te ao Mäori, brush up your computer skills, start a new business or simply expand your horizons, you will find something in this prospectus to help you achieve your goals.

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TE WHAKAKITENGA O TE WĀNANGA O AOTEAROA

THE VISION OF TE WĀNANGA O AOTEAROA Te Wänanga o Aotearoa will provide holistic education opportunities of the highest quality for Mäori, peoples of Aotearoa and the world.

TE KAUPAPA O TE WĀNANGA O AOTEAROA

THE PHILOSOPHY OF TE WĀNANGA O AOTEAROA Ki te whakawhiwhi i ngä mea angitu, ä, i ngä akoranga katoa To provide holistic educational opportunities of the highest quality for Mäori, peoples of Aotearoa and the world. tino teitei mö ngä Mäori, me ngä iwi o Aotearoa me te ao. Ki te waihanga i tëtahi ähuatanga hei akoranga tikanga Mäori.

To provide a unique Mäori cultural learning environment.

Ki te whakawhiwhi i te mea akoranga whai kiko.

To provide practical learning experiences.

Ki te tautoko, ki te whakahau, ki te ärahi i ngä tauira katoa, i a rätou e aru ana i ngä whanaketanga i ngä akoranga me ngä mahi e pä ana ki a rätou.

To provide support, encouragement and guidance to all learners in their pursuit of personal development, learning and employment.

Ki te whakahau i ngä tauira katoa ki te ako kia whiwhi ai rätou i te puäwaitanga tino teitei o te mäiatanga.

To encourage all learners to learn and achieve to their fullest potential.

Ki te whakahau i öna kaimahi, kia pai ai te haere o ngä tikanga o te mahi i whakaatu mai, kia whiwhi ai rätou i te puäwaitanga tino teitei o te mäiatanga.

To be a good employer and encourage staff to develop personally and professionally to their fullest potential.

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TE UARATANGA O TE WĀNANGA O AOTEAROA

THE MISSION STATEMENT OF TE WĀNANGA O AOTEAROA Ko te whakarite mätauranga e hängai ana ki ngä wawata o tënei whakatupuranga, ki te whakaü hoki i ngä moemoeä o ngä whakatupuranga o te ao türoa, ki te whakatikatika kia märama ai ki te hä o te ao tawhito Ki te whakatö ki roto i te hinengaro tangata te möhiotanga o ngä taonga tuku iho, tö tätou reo, tö tätou Mäoritanga e pai ai tö rätou torotoro i ngä iwi o te ao i runga i te mäia me te manawanui Ki te whakamana i te pümanawa moe ki te ako hei taumata e hïkoi whakamua i roto i te ao hou, ki te whakatakoto takoha e whai hua ai, kia manawapä anö Kia mutu tonu, he käinga pai tënei ao Nä Buck Nin

To provide an education that best fits the aspirations of this generation, enhances the dreams of future generations, and prepares for understanding the essence of past generations To equip our people with knowledge of our heritage, our language, our culture, so they can handle the world at large with confidence and self-determination To empower one’s potential for learning as a base for progress in the modern world To make contributions of consequence To care To make our world a better place By Buck Nin

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NGĀ UARA

O TE WĀNANGA O AOTEAROA THE VALUES OF TE WĀNANGA O AOTEAROA Our values are embedded in and woven through the actions we take to achieve successful outcomes for our students, as by achieving success for students we achieve success as an organisation. Ngä Uara are as follows: Te Aroha, Te Whakapono, Ngä Ture and Kotahitanga. They are significant to both Mäori and non-Mäori.

TE AROHA TE WHAKAPONO NGĀ TURE KOTAHITANGA

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Having regard for one another and those for whom we are responsible and to whom we are accountable

The basis of our beliefs and the confidence that what we are doing is right

The knowledge that our actions are morally and ethically right and that we are acting in an honourable manner

Unity amongst iwi and other ethnicities; standing as one


WHAKATAUĀKĪ “Kotahi te köhao o te ngira e kuhuna ai te miro mä, te miro pango te miro whero. Ä muri kia mau ki te whakapono, kia mau ki ki te ture, kia mau ki te aroha.” There is but one eye of the needle through which must pass the white thread, the black thread and the red thread. Hold fast to faith, hold fast to the law, hold fast to love. nä Pötatau Te Wherowhero

This whakatauäkï was spoken by Pötatau Te Wherowhero. It speaks of the beauty that can be gained when individual threads are woven together, and the strength that is gained through unity. This philosophy is at the core of our organisation’s origins.

WHAKATAUĀKĪ

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RĀRANGI UPOKO / CONTENTS TE WĀNANGA O AOTEAROA PROSPECTUS OPEN WĀNANGA

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ARONUI

34

Papa Ako - Learning to Learn (Level 1)

14

Sports, Fitness and Health (Introductory) - Kaupapa Hīhiri Ngākau (Level 2)

36

Certificate in English for Speakers of other Languages (Level 1-4)

15

Applied Sports Leadership - Kaupapa Toimau Tākaro (Level 4)

37

Certificate in Practical English - Speaking and Living English (Level 3-4)

16

Health and Fitness Leadership - Kaupapa Toimau Hauora (Level 4)

38

Mahi Ora - National Certificate in Employment Skills (Level 1)

17

Certificate in Tü Taua (Level 4)

39

Mauri Ora - National Certificate in Mäori - Te Waharoa (Level 2)

18

Certificate in Social Services (Biculturalism in Practice) (Level 4)

40

Bachelor of Social Work (Biculturalism in Practice) (Level 7)

41

MĀTAURANGA MĀORI

20

National Certificate in Adult Education and Training (Level 5)

42

Certificate in Te Ara Reo Mäori (Level 2)

22

Diploma in Adult Education (Level 6)

43

Te Pūtaketanga o te Reo (Level 4)

23

Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) - Te Korowai Äkonga (Level 7)

44

Certificate in Te Ara Reo Mäori (Level 4)

24

Graduate Diploma in Professional Supervision (Level 7)

45

Diploma in Te Ara Reo Mäori (Level 5)

25

Te Reo Mäori - Te Tohu Mätauranga i te reo me öna Ähuatanga Katoa (Level 4) 26

TOI

46

Te Reo Mäori - Te Tohu Mätauranga i te reo me öna Tikanga Mäori (Level 6)

27

Certificate in Mäori Performing Arts (Level 4)

48

Te Pïnakitanga ki te reo Kairangi (Level 7)

28

Certificate in Te Arataki Manu Körero (Level 4)

49

Certificate in Rongoä Mäori Appreciation (Level 4)

29

Diploma in Te Arataki Manu Körero (Level 5)

50

Certificate in Iwi Environmental Management (Level 4)

30

Certificate in Tä Moko Appreciation (Level 4)

51

Bachelor of Iwi Environmental Management (Levels 5, 6, 7)

31

Introduction to the Arts - Käwai Raupapa (Level 3)

52

Certificate in Waka Ama (Level 4)

32

Diploma in Mäori Visual Arts - Toi Paematua (Level 4, 5, 6)

53

Certificate in Indigenous Research (Level 4)

33

Bachelor of Mäori Visual Arts - Te Maunga Kura Toi (Level 5-7)

54

Certificate in Tikanga Mäori (Level 3)

55

Certificate in Tikanga Marae (Level 4)

56

Certificate in Cable Logging (Level 3)

57

Certificate in Vocational Preparation (Police) (Level 3)

58

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UMANGA

60

Certificate in Computing and Business Administration (Level 2)

62

Certificate in Computing (Level 2)

63

Certificate in Computing (Level 2 & 3)

64

Certificate in Computing (Level 3)

65

Certificate in Computing (Level 4)

66

Certificate in First Steps to Business (Level 2)

67

Certificate in Business and E-Commerce (Level 3)

68

Certificate in First Line Management and Leadership (Level 3)

69

Certificate in Small Business Management (Level 4)

70

Certificate in Applied Small Business Growth and Development (Level 5)

71

Diploma in Small Business Enterprise (Level 5)

72

Certificate in Money Management (Level 3)

73

Diploma in Mäori Governance and Leadership (Level 6)

74

STUDENT SUPPORT

76

NGĀ WHARE WHĀRIKI KŌHUNGAHUNGA EARLY LEARNING

78

GUIDE TO ENROLMENT

80

FAQ

82

CONTENTS

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OPEN WĀNANGA Open Wānanga offers programmes ranging from English as a Second Language to the study of New Zealand history, Māori culture and transition to study and careers. Programmes are offered at levels 1 – 4 and include qualifications in employment skills, Māori and practical English language skills. The ESOL programmes are delivered in a friendly classroom environment. Mauri Ora, Mahi Ora and Papa Ako are home based learning programmes that are part time and fee free.

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PROGRAMMES CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 1

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Papa Ako - Learning to Learn CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 1-4

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Certificate in English for Speakers of Other Languages CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 3-4

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Certificate in Practical English - Speaking and Living English CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 1

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Mahi Ora - National Certificate in Employment Skills CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 2

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Mauri Ora - National Certificate in Mäori (Te Waharoa)

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OVERVIEW

PAPA AKO

Papa Ako is a fee free, nine month, home based, 'learning earning to learn' programme. It is for students who are considering ring tertiary study for the first time, or those who have not studied for a while.

LEARNING TO LEARN LEVEL 1

Learn at your own pace with exciting resources, such ch as CDs, DVDs and journals that are sent to your home. You u will also get ongoing support from your very own kaitiakii (support person).

QUICK FACTS

At the end of the programme, you will be able to study with more confidence and have the skills and readiness ess for the next level of tertiary learning.

DURATION 9 months

START Monthly enrolment

FEES Fee free

LOCATION Nationwide Enrolments are limited for 2010. Please contact 0800 37 37 37 for availability.

FURTHER STUDY Graduates of Papa Ako are able to pursue a range of further study and career options at Level 1 and above.

It’s your time! Enrol today. Give our friendly team a call on 0800 37 37 37 for more information or visit www.openwananga.ac.nz.

WHAT IS PAPA AKO? Papa Ako is: • a 'learning to learn' programme; • fee free; • nine months; • part time learning; and • home based.

WHAT WILL I GET FROM PAPA AKO? Papa Ako provides: • three kete (kits) full of exciting learning resources; • information about learning styles; • ways to improve study techniques; • ideas about research skills; • skills, confidence and a readiness for the next level of learning; and • a Papa Ako - Learning to Learn (Level 1) Certificate.

IS PAPA AKO FOR ME? Papa Ako is: • for those who have already made the decision to study, but want to improve their learning abilities and study skills; • for those who have not studied at tertiary level before; • 10 - 12 hours study per week; • fits around your lifestyle; and • supported by a kaitiaki (support person).

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Papa Ako is designed to help you develop learning and study skills that will give you confidence to explore and consider a range of possible career opportunities.

ENTRY DETAILS Open to all New Zealand citizens and permanent residents aged 16 years and older.

DELIVERY MODE Papa Ako is a home based, distance learning programme with resources delivered to your home.


OVERVIEW Learn to understand, speak, read and write English better and enjoy your new life in Aotearoa New Zealand. You will study in a warm and friendly environment and you can start at a level that suits you. Even if you do not know much English, our tutors will help you improve your fluency very quickly. This will make it easier for you to get a better job or move on to higher education.

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled in this programme, you must: • be a permanent New Zealand resident; and • be at least 16 years of age. For more information, call 0800 355 344 or visit www.englishnz.ac.nz

DELIVERY MODE Face-to-face

CERTIFICATE IN

ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES LEVELS 1-4

QUICK FACTS DURATION 18 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A) July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES Fee free

LOCATIONS Central Auckland

North Shore

Hamilton

FURTHER STUDY Certificate in Practical English (Levels 3-4)

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

PRACTICAL ENGLISH

SPEAKING AND LIVING ENGLISH LEVELS 3-4

This programme will give you the confidence to speak everyday veryday conversational English just like New Zealanders do. ou will We use special accelerated learning techniques so you study for six to nine hours each week in friendly and relaxed xed surroundings, sharing activities and laughter with your fellow students. You choose a time that suits you – there are morning, orning, afternoon or evening classes. You will also practise e your English at home in a fun way, using audio CDs, activity ty books and games.

ENTRY DETAILS

QUICK FACTS

To be enrolled in this programme, you must: • be a permanent New Zealand resident; and • be at least 16 years of age.

DURATION

For more information, call 0800 355 344 or visit www.englishnz.ac.nz

18 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A) July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES Fee free

LOCATIONS North Shore

New Lynn

Hamilton

Manukau

Panmure

Botany Downs

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DELIVERY MODE Face-to-face


WHAT IS MAHI ORA? Mahi Ora is i all about you, your life and your future. The programme encourages and supports self-development, and assists you to make positive decisions about your future. empowered to make a real difference for You will become bec yourself and those around you.

IS MAHI ORA FOR ME? Mahi Ora is for anyone who wants to improve their life. From providing a sense of direction to strengthening life skills, Mahi Ora can c help you improve in all areas of your life. The resources and a topics are broad and the programme is open to regardless of race, gender or educational background. all, regardle

WHAT’S INVOLVED?

OVERVIEW Mahi Ora is a fee free, 12 month, home based learning programme that helps you look at all aspects of your life, including health, finances, work opportunities, educational choices, future business ideas and relationships. It’s about you, your life and your future. The programme is part time, and you learn at your place, at your pace. Throughout the 12 months, four kete (kits) full of learning resources will be sent to your home. You decide on your hours of study. You will be supported by a kaitiaki (support person) who will assist and motivate you in your learning. On completion of Mahi Ora, you will receive the National Certificate in Employment Skills, which includes 23 New Zealand Qualifications Authority unit standards. Mahi Ora opens the door to your future, develops your basic life skills, equips you for further study or job opportunities and encourages you to realise your dreams. The programme is available to all New Zealand citizens and permanent residents aged 18 years and over.

MAHI ORA

LEVEL 1 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN EMPLOYMENT SKILLS QUICK FACTS

Throughout the 12 months, four kete (kits) full of fantastic such as DVDs, books and CDs, will be learning resources, res your home. To get the most out of your experience, sent to you the programme will take you about 10 - 12 hours per week.

DURATION

WHAT SUPPORT IS OFFERED?

FEES

You will be supported in your learning by a kaitiaki (support person) who will assist and motivate you throughout the programme. Kaitiaki are approachable and non-judgmental and will visit you at a place of your convenience. They will support you and provide the resources to help you from enrolment to successful programme completion.

WHAT TOPICS ARE COVERED?

12 months

START Monthly enrolment Fee free

LOCATION Nationwide Enrolments are limited for 2010. Please contact 0800 37 37 37 for availability.

Mahi Ora covers: • goal setting; • confident decision-making; • housing, transportation, finance, communications technology, information services and community support knowledge; • employment or small business opportunities; • financial management; • basic understanding of cultural practices and growing diversity in New Zealand; • foundation building for personal, work, social and family life; and • relationships and well-being. To enrol, call 0800 37 37 37 or visit www.openwananga.ac.nz for more information.

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OVERVIEW

MAURI ORA

LEVEL 2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN MĀORI (TE WAHAROA) QUICK FACTS DURATION 12 months

START Monthly enrolment

FEES Fee free

LOCATION Nationwide

Mauri Ora is a fee free, 12 month, distance learning programme that creates the foundation for cultural awareness and nd identity and broadens your knowledge of New Zealand history. tory. Through Mauri Ora, both Mäori and non-Mäori achieve a greater understanding of the unique and fundamental ntal culture that sets Aotearoa apart from other countries.

WHAT IS MAURI ORA? Mauri Ora looks at the history of New Zealand and d explores ey topics in the basics of the life and times of Mäori culture. Key the programme include Mäori customs, protocols,, practices and philosophies. Key historical events include migration, ation of colonisation, the New Zealand wars, the Declaration Independence and the Treaty of Waitangi.

IS MAURI ORA FOR ME? Mauri Ora is for every New Zealander – from the social worker who wants to understand more about the beliefs of their community, to the urban Mäori who wants to feel more confident on the marae. In our modern world, many New Zealanders feel they have become distanced from the culture woven into our country that makes us unique. Mauri Ora reconnects students with this culture.

WHAT’S INVOLVED? Throughout the 12 months, four kete (kits) full of fantastic learning resources such as DVDs, books and CDs, will be sent to your home. To get the most from your experience, the programme will take you about 10 - 12 hours per week.

WHAT SUPPORT IS OFFERED? You will be supported in your learning by a kaitiaki (support person) who will assist and motivate you throughout the programme. Kaitiaki are approachable and non-judgemental and will visit you at a place of your convenience. Your kaitiaki will provide you with the support and resources to help you from enrolment to successful programme completion.

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WHAT WILL MAURI ORA DO FOR ME? On completion: • you will receive the National Certificate in Mäori (Level 2); • you will have a greater understanding of Mäori culture and New Zealand history; • you will study at your own place, at your own pace; • your learning will be supported by a kaitiaki; • you will receive a wide variety of learning tools such as working journals, CDs, DVDs and books; • you will receive the resources, support and programme at no cost. To enrol, call 0800 37 37 37 or visit www.openwananga.ac.nz for more information.


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Matauranga Cover

MĀTAURANGA MĀORI Ko te reo kia rere Ko te reo kia tika Ko te reo kia Māori Programmes within Mātauranga Māori have a particular focus on te reo, āhuatanga and tikanga Māori. Our programmes range from certificate level through to degree level and provide opportunities for beginner learners as well as those who wish to enhance their knowledge and understanding.

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PROGRAMMES TE REO MĀORI CERTIFICATE

MĀTAURANGA MĀORI LEVEL 2

[PAGE 22]

Certificate in Te Ara Reo Mäori LEVEL 4

[PAGE 23]

LEVEL 4

[PAGE 24]

LEVEL 5

[PAGE 25]

LEVEL 4

[PAGE 30]

LEVEL 4

LEVEL 6

CERTIFICATE

LEVELS 5, 6, 7

[PAGE 31]

CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 4

[PAGE 32]

LEVEL 4

[PAGE 33]

Certificate in Waka Ama [PAGE 26]

Te Reo Mäori Te Tohu Mätauranga i te reo me öna Ähuatanga Katoa DIPLOMA

CERTIFICATE

Bachelor of Iwi Environmental Management

Diploma in Te Ara Reo Mäori CERTIFICATE

[PAGE 29]

Certificate in Iwi Environmental Management

Certificate in Te Ara Reo Mäori DIPLOMA

LEVEL 4

Certificate in Rongoä Mäori Appreciation

Te Pūtaketanga o te Reo CERTIFICATE

CERTIFICATE

CERTIFICATE

Certificate in Indigenous Research

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Te Reo Mäori Te Tohu Mätauranga i te reo me öna Tikanga Mäori CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 7

[PAGE 28]

Te Pïnakitanga ki te reo Kairangi

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

TE ARA REO MĀORI LEVEL 2

QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

START

Take te reo Mäori beyond "Kia ora!" Learn to speak basic asic conversational te reo Mäori confidently and gain an n understanding of Mäori customs and protocols in traditional and modern contexts. Te Ara Reo Mäori is designed for adult learners and employs a unique learning style called 'Ako Whakatere'. Your learning will include: • basic phrases applicable to everyday situations; • living in Aotearoa; • mihi (formal and informal greetings); • whakapapa (genealogy and cultural identity); • wähi (locality); • telling the time; • travelling around; • Mäori customs and protocols; and • a noho marae visit.

March 2010 (A Semester) or July 2010 (B Semester)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

FEES

• • • • • •

No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

Employment within Mäori organisations and communities unities Köhanga Reo assistant Translator Personal assistant Administration assistant Self-employment

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled, students must be 16 years of age or older.

FURTHER STUDY Upon graduation, you will have the skills to study te reo Mäori at level 3, either within Te Wänanga o Aotearoa or at another institution. Your pathway options include: Certificate in Tikanga Mäori - Level 3 Kaihoe Waka - Level 3 Certificate in Te Ara Reo Mäori - Level 4 Te Tohu Mätauranga i te reo me öna Ähuatanga katoa - Level 4

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DELIVERY MODE The programme is taught in mixed-mode delivery over 36 weeks, including four one-day wänanga, a noho marae, arae, plus tutorials and self-directed learning. Classes and nd tutorials are friendly, interactive and fun.


OVERVIEW Te Pūtaketanga o Te Reo is a new Level 4, total immersion reo programme. Its key focus will be on the development of all reo skills with a special emphasis on kōrero and will be the foundation reo immersion programme offered by Te Wānanga o Aoteaora.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Employment opportunities include working with Māori organisations and communities such as the Māori health sector, Kōhanga Reo, Kura Kaupapa Māori and Wharekura.

ENTRY DETAILS Students must be New Zealand permanent residents, 16 years of age or older, or meet secondary school exemption requirements. Students must also complete and pass an initial interview conducted by the tutor to be eligible for this programme.

DELIVERY MODE Study options are flexible to fit in with your other commitments: you can attend classes four days a week, Monday to Thursday with 2 weekend wānanga, or choose the noho marae option – a combination of ten noho marae and weekly tutorials.

TE PŪTAKETANGA O TE REO LEVEL 4

QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A)

FEES No fees

LOCATION Waiariki

Heretaunga

FURTHER STUDY Te Aupikitanga ki te Reo Kairangi - Level 5 (under development) Diploma in Te Ara Reo Māori - Level 5 Te Tohu Mātauranga i te Reo - Level 6 Te Pīnakitanga ki te Reo Kairangi - Level 7

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

TE ARA REO MĀORI LEVEL 4

QUICK FACTS DURATION

Develop your skills in conversational reo Mäori at an intermediate level and further develop your knowledge of tikanga Mäori in traditional and modern contexts. Te Ara Reo Mäori is designed for adult learners and employs a unique learning style called 'Ako Whakatere'. Your learning will include: • advanced sentence structures used in a variety of contexts; • reremahi (active sentences); • whakakähoretanga (negatives); • rerehängü (passive sentences and instructions); • he aha ki tua (future events); • kupu takitahi (prefixes); • ‘A’ and ‘O’ categories; and • itemising, comparing and degrees of quality.

36 weeks

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

START March 2010 (A Semester) or July 2010 (B Semester)

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY On graduation, you will have the skills to study te reo Mäori at Level 5, either within Te Wänanga o Aotearoa or at another institution. Pathway options include: Certificate in Tikanga Marae - Level 4 Diploma in Te Ara Reo Mäori - Level 5 Te Tohu Mätauranga i te reo me Tikanga Mäori - Level 6

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• • • • • •

Employment within Mäori organisations and communities Köhanga Reo assistant Translator Personal assistant Administration assistant Self-employment

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled, students must be 16 years of age or older and have successfully completed the Certificate in Te Ara Reo Mäori (Level 2).

DELIVERY MODE The programme is taught in mixed-mode delivery over 36 weeks, including four one-day wänanga, a noho marae, plus tutorials and self-directed learning. Classes and tutorials are friendly, interactive and fun.


OVERVIEW OVERV Develop competence and confidence in speaking and writing Mäori at an advanced level and gain advanced knowledge te reo Mä tikanga Mäori in both traditional and modern contexts. of tikang Reo Mäori is designed for adult learners and employs Te Ara R a unique learning style called 'Ako Whakatere'. learning will include: Your lea advanced level in conversational Mäori; and • an adv advanced understanding of ngä tikanga Mäori in • an adv traditional and modern contexts. traditio

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CAREE Employm Employment opportunities include working with Mäori organisations and communities, such as the Mäori health or organisa education sector, Köhanga Reo, or translating in a variety of educatio social or business contexts.

DIPLOMA IN

TE ARA REO MĀORI LEVEL 5

QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

ENTRY DETAILS

START

To be en enrolled, students must be 16 years of age or older and have successfully completed the Certificate in Te Ara Reo Mäori Mäo (Level 4) or undertake a pre-entry competency assessment. assessm

FEES

DELIVERY MODE DELIV The prog programme is taught in mixed-mode delivery over 36 weeks, iincluding four one-day wänanga, a noho marae plus tutorials and self-directed learning. Classes and tutorials are friendly, interactive and fun.

March 2010 (Semester A) or July 2010 (Semester B) No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Graduates may choose to pathway into Te Tohu Mätauranga me öna Tikanga Mäori (Level 6) or continue with other tertiary institutions who offer undergraduate degrees that major in Mäori or have a te reo Mäori or tikanga Mäori focus.

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

The aim of this programme is to increase and nurture knowledge of te reo Mäori and tikanga in order to develop fluency and to help students gain confidence and competence in the Mäori language. The four, core study areas are körero (speaking), whakarongo (listening), pänui (reading) and tuhituhi (writing). As you progress, you will move gradually from bilingual communication to total immersion.

TE REO MĀORI LEVEL 4

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

TE TOHU MĀTAURANGA I TE REO ME ŌNĀ ĀHUATANGA KATOA Including the National Certificate in Te Reo Māori

Employment opportunities include working with Mäori organisations and communities, such as the Mäori health sector, Köhanga Reo, Kura Kaupapa Mäori and Wharekura.

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled, students must: • be 16 years of age or older; and • have a high level of commitment to the programme.

QUICK FACTS

DELIVERY MODE

DURATION

Face-to-face

36 weeks

START March 2010

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Te Tohu Mätauranga i te Reo me öna Tikanga Mäori Diploma in Te Reo Mäori - Level 6 Te Ataarangi Te Arataki Manu Körero Certificate in Tikanga Marae - Level 4 Diploma in Te Reo Mäori - Level 5 Certificate in Tikanga Mäori - Level 4

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OVERVIEW OVERV Te Tohu Mätauranga i te Reo me öna Tikanga Mäori is a one year ye diploma in Te Reo Mäori. The aim of this programme is to increase and nurture knowledge of te reo program and tikanga in order to develop fluency. The four Mäori an study areas are körero (speaking), whakarongo (listening), core stud and tuhituhi (writing). As you progress, you will pänui (reading) (re gradually move from bilingual communication to total immersion. learning will include knowledge of grammar, Te Ao Your lea tikanga Mäori and Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Mäori, tik

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CAREE Employm Employment opportunities include working with Mäori organisations and communities, such as the Mäori health organisa Iwi Trust Boards, Köhanga Reo, Mäori tourism, sector, Iw and education. Mäori media me

ENTRY DETAILS To be en enrolled, students must: • be 16 years of age or older; level 4 or equivalent in Te Reo Mäori; and • have achieved a • have a high motivation and commitment to the programme.

DELIVERY MODE DELIV Face-to-face Face-to-

DIPLOMA IN

TE REO MĀORI LEVEL 6

TE TOHU MĀTAURANGA I TE REO ME ŌNĀ TIKANGA MĀORI QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

START March 2010

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Te Pïnakitanga ki te Reo Kairangi - Level 7 Bachelor of Arts (Mäori) - University of Waikato Bachelor of Arts (Mäori) - Massey University Bachelor of Mätauranga Mäori - Te Wänanga o Raukawa Bachelor of Mätauranga Mäori - Te Whare Wänanga o Awanui-ä-rangi Mäori Early Childhood Education

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OVERVIEW

DIPLOMA IN

TE PĪNAKITANGA KI TE REO KAIRANGI

Students will develop a high level of fluency and proficiency in applying te reo and tikanga Mäori in a wide range of contexts. Graduates will have an opportunity to pathway to study at a higher level of te reo and tikanga Mäori within the wider community. Your learning will include: Ngā Āhuatanga o te Reo: Using grammar and a wide range of grammatical structures within te reo Mäori Aroā: Evaluating and summarising prescribed texts Whakamāori/Whakapākehā: Producing accurate translations of selected texts from English to te reo Mäori and te reo Mäori to English

LEVEL 7

Pūrākau/Pakiwaitara: Explaining and critically analysing the traditional and continuing role of püräkau/ pakiwaitara as knowledge frameworks

QUICK FACTS

Ōpaki/Ōkawa: Applying knowledge of informal and formal language

DURATION

Waiata/Haka: Applying specialised knowledge through exploration and practise of traditional waiata and haka

36 weeks

Karanga: Researching and evaluating specific aspects of karanga and analysing the impact on karanga of changes over time

START March 2010

Whaikōrero: Researching and evaluating specific aspects of whaikörero and analysing the impact on whaikörero of changes over time

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

FURTHER STUDY Bachelor of Arts (Mäori) - University of Waikato Bachelor of Arts (Mäori) - Massey University Bachelor of Te Reo Mäori - Anamata Bachelor of Mätauranga Mäori - Te Wänanga o Raukawa Bachelor of Mätauranga Mäori - Te Whare Wänanga o Awanui-ä-rangi

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES A great need exists in public and private sectors of the workforce for people with a knowledge and understanding of te reo and tikanga Mäori. Employment opportunities include working with Mäori organisations and communities, such as the Mäori health sector, Köhanga Reo, Kura Kaupapa, Wharekura and Iwi Trust Boards.

ENTRY DETAILS Entry requirements for this programme are: • 18 years of age or older; and • successful completion of a pre-entry test.

DELIVERY MODE The delivery mode for this programme consists of a combination of ‘directed learning’ and ‘self-directed learning’. This means that noho are conducted through face-to-face delivery and self-directed learning (learning that is undertaken by the student between each noho).


OVERVIEW This programme covers foundation practices of Rongoä Mäori. It explores origins, cultural principles and practices that surround Rongoä Mäori, identification, classification, health and safety and kaitiakitanga of indigenous plant species. This programme also explores the different types of Rongoä and how indigenous plants are used as remedies. This programme does not provide graduates with a practising qualification.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Marketing among Mäori (iwi/hapü) community health organisations • Promoting healthy life-styles • Promotion of traditional Mäori knowledge

CERTIFICATE IN

RONGOĀ MĀORI APPRECIATION LEVEL 4

QUICK FACTS

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled in this programme you must: • be at least 16 years of age; • have successfully completed a level 3 Mätauranga Mäori programme or have sufficient experience equivalent to the Certificate in Tikanga Mäori Level 3; or • have three or more years of experience in Hauora Mäori practices.

DURATION

DELIVERY MODE

LOCATION

The Certificate in Rongoä Mäori Appreciation is approved for mixed mode delivery, which includes directed and self-directed learning and six weekend noho.

18 weeks

START March 2010

FEES No fees

Tokoroa

FURTHER STUDY Bachelor of Iwi Environmental Management - (Levels 5 – 7) Natural therapies and traditional indigenous Mäori medicine

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

IWI ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT LEVEL 4

The Certificate in Iwi Environmental Management (Cert.IEM) has been developed to provide an accessible, relevant and user friendly course of study for people interested in environmental issues, kaitiakitanga and positions of representation and responsibility on behalf of whänau, hapü, iwi and other organisations. The programme includes kaitiakitanga, communication skills, iwi management planning and resource management legislation. The Certificate in Iwi Environmental Management aims to provide iwi and hapü practitioners with the fundamental skills to assist in managing their natural resources.

ENTRY DETAILS

QUICK FACTS

Basic literacy skills are necessary and an ability to work independently is an advantage. Candidates will need to be aged 16 years or older and undertake an enrolment interview with a tutor and/or a Te Wänanga o Aotearoa representative.

DURATION 36 weeks

START

DELIVERY MODE

March 2010 (A Semester)

Weekend noho delivery - one weekend per month over eight months.

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tainui

Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Waiariki

Whirikökä

Papaiöea

FURTHER STUDY Bachelor of Iwi Environmental Management offered through Te Wänanga o Aotearoa at Manukau, Raroera, Waiariki and Whirikökä.

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OVERVIEW OVERV The Bac Bachelor of Iwi Environmental Management (B.IEM) provides iwi and hapü environmental practitioners with skills to partner effectively with local, regional and central government in the management of forests, fisheries, lands, governm waterways and all that is included in the natural world. It also waterwa of Mäori land and resources in the effective assists trustees tr management of these taonga. manage Year 1 of o the B.IEM is delivered at Level 5 and consists of including Introduction to Kaitiakitanga and eight papers pa Introduction to Public Policy. Introduct Year 2 of the B.IEM is delivered at Level 6 and consists of eight papers.

BACHELOR OF

IWI ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT LEVELS 5, 6, 7

Year 3 of o the B.IEM is delivered at Level 7 and consists of papers. At the end of this year, tauira who have fulfilled seven pa requirements of the programme will be awarded a Bachelor the requi Environmental Management. of Iwi En

QUICK FACTS

ENTRY DETAILS

START

To enrol on the B.IEM, applicants must: • be 16 years of age or older; • have a demonstrated interest or involvement in iwi environmental matters; enviro have achieved the same university entry criteria as • or hav defined by the New Zealand Vice Chancellors Committee entry to an undergraduate degree programme; for ent have demonstrated equivalent knowledge and • or hav experience, and experie • have the t literacy capability to cope with the required level study. of stud

DURATION 36 weeks per year (3 years) March 2010 (Semester A)

FEES Fees apply

LOCATION Whirikōkā

Raroera

Manukau

Waiariki

DELIVERY MODE DELIV Weeken noho delivery – one weekend per month for eight Weekend year over three years of study. months each e are available for tauira who do not intend * Exit qualifications qu continue their study in subsequent years. to con

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

WAKA AMA LEVEL 4

QUICK FACTS

This programme offers an overview of waka ama, including luding paddling, coaching, team management, food preparation tion and whänau support. The programme encourages lifelong learning and development and is taught in a supportive and positive environment. Students will learn about waka ama in a wide range of contexts, including learning to paddle, learning ng roles and responsibilities within waka ama club management, ement, water safety and completing Coaching Level 1 applicable able for waka ama and use across other sporting arenas. A graduate of the Certificate in Waka Ama Level 4 willl have knowledge of waka types, history and traditions of waka aka ama, knowledge of tikanga waka, tikanga Mäori and whakapapa, apapa, and water safety skills, all in a waka ama context.

DURATION 36 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

FEES

Career opportunitites include tourism, sport, leisure, health and teaching.

No fees

DELIVERY MODE

LOCATION Tainui

Waiariki

Porirua

FURTHER STUDY Certificate in Small Business Management Te Ara Reo Mäori Te Tohu Mätauranga Certificate in Tü Taua Certificate in Sports and Fitness

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The programme is delivered via eight monthly weekend nd noho marae and a one-day wänanga. Students who enroll on the programme will experience waka ama paddling activitiess during the noho marae delivery. Students will also engage in directed rected and self-directed study, experiential, and peer learning.


OVERVIEW OVER This pro programme provides knowledge and skills in indigenous research practice. researc The pr programme is full-time. It is taught over ten noho marae, plus tutorials and set hours per week to work through the content.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CARE • Inland Inlan Revenue Department, Work and Income NZ and careers advisory services caree Social policy departments • Socia hapü, marae, whänau research • Iwi, h Community research • Com

ENTRY DETAILS ENTR To be e enrolled in this programme you must: • be at least 16 years of age; and • have successfully completed at least one TWoA programme level 3, or equivalent. at lev

CERTIFICATE IN

INDIGENOUS RESEARCH LEVEL 4

QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

START March 2010

DELIVERY MODE DELIV

FEES

The Certificate Ce in Indigenous Research is approved for mixed mode delivery, which includes directed and self-directed learning. self-dir

No fees

LOCATION Tainui

FURTHER STUDY Bachelor of Iwi Environmental Management (Levels 5–7) Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) - Te Korowai Äkonga (Levels 5, 6, 7) Bachelor of Social Work (Biculturalism in Practice) Te Tohu Paetahi ngä Poutoko Whakarara Oranga (Level 7)

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ARONUI Aronui is all about 'putting koa back into ako!', through Sports and Fitness, Tū Taua, Teacher Education, Social Services and Professional Supervision. Māori knowledge is central to all programmes in Aronui and informs the integration of theory and practice. Ako pathways are provided from level 2 through to level 7, through certificate, diploma and degree programmes with the option of moving into graduate study. The choice of engagement will be a journey of re-affirmation towards whānau transformation. The contribution you choose to make to whānau, hapū and iwi is the legacy that you leave for tamariki/mokopuna and, thereby a, contribution of consquence.

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PROGRAMMES HEALTH AND FITNESS CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 2

ADULT EDUCATION [PAGE 36]

Sports, Fitness and Health (Introductory) Kaupapa Hīhiri Ngākau CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 4

[PAGE 37]

Applied Sports Leadership Kaupapa Toimau Tākaro CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 4

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE

[PAGE 42]

National Certificate in Adult Education and Training DIPLOMA

LEVEL 6

[PAGE 43]

Diploma in Adult Education [PAGE 38]

Health and Fitness Leadership Kaupapa Toimau Hauora

TEACHER EDUCATION BACHELOR DEGREE

LEVELS 5, 6, 7

[PAGE AGE 44]

Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) Te Korowai Äkonga

TŪ TAUA CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 5

LEVEL 4

[PAGE 39]

Tü Taua

SUPERVISION GRADUATE DIPLOMA

[PAGE 45]

Graduate Diploma in Professional Supervision

SOCIAL WORK CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 7

LEVEL 4

[PAGE 40]

Certificate in Social Services (Biculturalism in Practice) Te Tiwhikete Ngä Poutoko Whakarara Oranga BACHELOR DEGREE

LEVEL 7

[PAGE 41]

Bachelor of Social Work (Biculturalism in Practice) Te Tohu Paetahi Ngä Poutoko Whakarara Oranga

ARONUI

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

SPORTS, FITNESS AND HEALTH (INTRODUCTORY) LEVEL 2 KAUPAPA HĪHIRI NGĀKAU QUICK FACTS

Classes are held five days a week for 18 weeks, and include practical experience on and off the field.

YOUR LEARNING WILL INCLUDE: • • • • • • • • •

communicating information, both written and verbal; documenting business transactions and write reports; applying rules and regulations in competitive sport situations; planning, conducting and reviewing a coaching session; participating in meetings; participating in physical activities; first aid, resuscitation and injury management; knowledge of anatomy to physical activity; and how nutrition affects physical activity.

ENTRY CRITERIA

DURATION

Students must be 16 years of age or older (unless exemption has been granted) at the commencement of the programme.

18 weeks

START March 2010 and July 2010

FEES Fees apply

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

FURTHER STUDY Applied Sports Leadership - Level 4 Health and Fitness Leadership - Level 4 Certificate in Tū Taua - Level 4

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If you love sport, enjoy being part of a team, and would like to work or volunteer in the world of sport, this is the ideal place to start. You will learn the basics of refereeing, coaching, first aid, safety, nutrition, sports administration, teamwork, programme development, communication skills and much more!


OVERVIEW This is a popular programme which has opened the door to careers in the sports industry for many graduates. Learn the principles of sports psychology, anatomy and nutrition in sports, media interviewing skills, sports event management and much more! Classes are held five days a week for 36 weeks and include practical experience on and off the field.

YOUR LEARNING WILL INCLUDE: • • • • • • • • • •

writing a CV (curriculum vitae); managing your own career development; exploring the structure of sport organisation in New Zealand; planning a beginner’s coaching session; applying basic principles of sport psychology; the basics of physiology and anatomy; providing first aid and injury management; applying knowledge of nutrition to physical activity needs; assessing individual fitness; finding out about legal and financial issues relevant to professional sports people; and • how to handle the media.

CERTIFICATE IN

APPLIED SPORTS LEADERSHIP LEVEL 4

KAUPAPA TOIMAU TĀKARO QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

START

• • • •

FEES

Sports coach Sports instructor Sports educator Professional sportsperson

March 2010 Fees apply

LOCATION ENTRY DETAILS Students must be 16 years of age or older (unless exemption has been granted) at the commencement of the programme.

Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

STUDY

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

HEALTH AND FITNESS LEADERSHIP LEVEL 4

KAUPAPA TOIMAU HAUORA QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

Classes are held five days a week for 36 weeks and include practical experience on and off the field.

YOUR LEARNING WILL INCLUDE: • understanding physical, technical and professional aspects of fitness; • developing exercise regimes and exercise-to-music classes; • managing your own health and fitness; • developing people and communication skills; • assessing and manage client fitness; • providing appropriate customer/client service; • applying basic principles of sport psychology; • the basics of physiology and anatomy; • providing first aid and injury management; and • using and maintaining fitness equipment.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

START

• • • •

March 2010

FEES Fees apply

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders take part in sport and/or fitness activities and there is a growing demand for skilled coaches, instructors and trainers. This programme will help you be the best you can be and get the best out of others. It provides a strong foundation for a career in the sport and fitness industry.

Fitness coach Fitness instructor Group fitness exercise instructor Personal trainer

ENTRY CRITERIA Tainui

Waiariki

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Students must be 16 years of age or older (unless exemption has been granted) at the commencement of the programme.


YOUR LEARNING WILL INCLUDE Module 1: Knowledge of tākaro and past time games and conditioning exercises of the Toa. Knowledge of whakapapa, pepeha, develop hauora health fitness and wellbeing. Module 2: Knowledge of Tūmatauenga, tikanga and values of the Toa. Knowledge of the tikanga of the rākau. Knowledge of the rākau mihi and salute. Module 3: Knowledge of karakia. Knowledge of whakataukī relevant to the Toa and the art of mau rākau. Module 4: Knowledge of ahei and onguard positions. Knowledge of tūnga and stances. Knowledge of tradition kākahu and garments of the Toa. Module 5: Knowledge of paoa or tā - strokes and movements of the rākau. Knowledge of whakatū waewae foot movements. Knowledge of head movements and expressions.

OVERVIEW This programme explores the foundational practices of Tū Taua - the traditional knowledge and art of the Māori warrior. This programme includes tikanga, history, purpose, cultural values, and key movements, modes and styles of Mau Rākau. Classes are delivered over 8 weekend noho wānanga and weekly tutorial wānanga. Programme Aims: The Tū Taua programme aims to develop lifelong learning through the art of Tū Taua, and to provide a unique educational opportunity to develop and enhance the natural abilities of Tauira within competency based Tū Taua knowledge and skill.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • • • •

Mau Rākau Coach Mau Rākau Health Fitness Trainer Mau Rākau Instructor Performing Artist

Module 6: Knowledge of karo - blocks and or counters. Knowledge of tau mataki tahi and engagement. Knowledge of traditional kai nutrition and rongoā. Module 7: Knowledge of haka ngārahu taua. Knowledge of ope taua formations. Knowledge of piunga rākau - detailed choreographed patterns of rākau movements.

CERTIFICATE IN

TŪ TAUA LEVEL 4

QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

START March 2010

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Te Tai Tonga

Module 8: Knowledge of taki and or whakaaturanga - free form rākau movements. Knowledge of the influences of taki and mau rākau.

FURTHER STUDY

ENTRY DETAILS

Other Te Wānanga o Aotearoa programmes such as:

To be enrolled in this programme you must be at least 16 years of age and have commitment, willingness and determination.

DELIVERY MODE

Māori Performing Arts Tikanga programmes Te Tohu Mātauranga Te Ara Reo Waka Ama

8 noho wānanga, weekly tutorials and mentoring.

STUDY

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

SOCIAL SERVICES

(BICULTURALISM IN PRACTICE) LEVEL 4 TE TIWHIKETE NGĀ POUTOKO WHAKARARA ORANGA QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

START February 2010

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Te Tohu Paetahi Ngä Poutoko Whakarara Oranga Bachelor of Social Work (Biculturalism in Practice) Te Korowai Äkonga Bachelor of Teaching Any diploma or degree course starting at Level 5

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The Certificate in Social Services is an introductory qualification ification for people working or wanting to work in the social services. ervices. It provides training and qualifications for those wanting nting to work as a social service worker in nonclinical roles and is a step on the pathway towards professional training in social al work.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • • • •

Social services support position Community support worker (entry level only) Kaitautoko Kaiäwhina

ENTRY DETAILS Students must meet the following requirements to gain n entry: • New Zealand citizen or permanent resident; • minimum 16 years of age or older (unless exemption on has been granted) at the commencement of the programme; mme; • prior completion of programme at level 3 or above, or literacy levels at level 3 or above as determined at pre-entry test; • demonstrate likelihood to meet requirements for success ccess and completion of the programme with limited contact ontact learning hours as determined at a pre entry interview; w; • willingness to commit to a programme of personal education ducation and self-awareness and confront and address personal onal issues and behaviours in a professional manner; and nd • willingness to undertake a Police check and be cleared ared of offences identified by SWRB as unacceptable forr social workers.

DELIVERY MODE • Contact Mode • Mixed


ENTRY DETAILS Either: • the National Certificate in Social Services (Level 4) as an entry point into year one of the programme; or • an equivalent qualification; or • two years' full time work experience within the social services. And: • supportive references from two appropriate people within the social work profession, one of whom must be from Te Wānanga o Aotearoa if the applicant is a previous student; • have a full driver’s license (or ability to attain this prior to practice-based learning); • obtain police clearance as per Te Wānanga o Aotearoa policy; and • demonstrated personal suitability.

OVERVIEW The BSW (BiP) is grounded in bicultural frameworks, recognising the historical foundations of Aotearoa New Zealand society. The intent of the programme is to consciously accord equal space in every aspect of the learning and training process for Māori bodies of knowledge to participate actively alongside their non-Māori counterparts. This programme offers a pathway in the pursuit of ‘best’ social work practice in Aotearoa New Zealand. Students will be able to develop a personal model of social work practice that reflects the bicultural knowledge, skills, attitudes and values inherent in the programme.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Social Work practice within: Corrections, Court & Parole related, Child Youth and Family’s, Youth, Iwi, Social Transformation related occupations and Social Service Agencies, Social Work Service Management, Social Advocacy and Human Rights Related occupations, Health / Cultural / Mental Health social work occupations

Advanced standing entry into Year Three of the degree will also be available to students who meet the above criteria and have also completed a Diploma in Social Work (Level 6), either at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa or other institutions.

DELIVERY MODE: • Year 1 & 2 – mixed mode / blended learning • Year 3 noho marae / wānanga • Practice-based learning / practicum

BACHELOR OF

SOCIAL WORK (BICULTURALISM IN PRACTICE) LEVEL 7

TE TOHU PAETAHI NGĀ POUTOKO WHAKARARA ORANGA QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks per year (3 years)

START Year 1 & 2 - March 2010 Year 3 - January

FEES Fees apply

LOCATION Manukau

Porirua

Tauranga

FURTHER STUDY Graduate Diploma in Professional Supervision Post-graduate papers Masters in Social Work

Social Work education: Kaiako, Kaiako Matua Research: Researcher, Policy Analyst

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NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN

ADULT EDUCATION AND TRAINING

LEVEL 5 DELIVERED THROUGH UPSKILL NEW ZEALAND QUICK FACTS

OVERVIEW Would you like to build the existing skills you have as an adult educator? Are you keen to develop a toolbox of training aining techniques that will excite and motivate your learners? The National Certificate in Adult Education and Training (Level Level 5) is designed for adult educators working in education on and raining training, including polytechnics, wänanga, private training kplaces establishments and conducting on-job training in workplaces and distance learning. hat you This is a distance-learning programme, meaning that wever, are able to study when and where you would like. However, tionwide, support workshops are offered in a number of centres nationwide, -mail and you are also able to receive online, phone and e-mail support from your kaiako.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Adult Educator in polytechnic, private training establishment, hment, wänanga or industry.

ENTRY DETAILS DURATION 52 weeks

START March 2010 or July 2010

FEES No fees

LOCATION Nationwide - Fully Distance

FURTHER STUDY Diploma in Adult Education - Level 6 Bachelor in Adult Education (Massey University)

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• Must be currently in a position that delivers face-to-face face training to three or more adults; • Must have access to an observer; and • Must have an appropriate level of literacy skills.

DELIVERY MODE National delivery, fully distance with supporting workshops hops available in selected centres and online student support ort


OVERVIEW Effective educators and trainers are in high demand throughout New Zealand. This programme uses Mäori philosophies, including the concept of ‘ako’ where both the pouako (teacher) and the äkonga (student) are acknowledged as equal contributors to teaching and learning processes.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Educator within the tertiary or community sector • Industry trainer in a specialist subject area.

DIPLOMA IN

ADULT EDUCATION LEVEL 6

ENTRY DETAILS To enter this programme, you must be at least 18 years of age and have successfully completed: • 120 credits at level 5; or • at least two years' recent teaching experience Practicum/teaching practice is a compulsory component of this programme. An admission, selection and interview process is necessary for entry into this programme.

DELIVERY MODE The programme consists of: • seven weekend noho marae; • ten one-day wänanga; • 24 weekly tutorials; and • online resource support.

QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

START March 2010

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Bachelor of Adult Education Bachelor of Teaching

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OVERVIEW

BACHELOR OF

TEACHING PRIMARY LEVELS 5, 6, 7

Te Korowai Äkonga – Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) is a three year, full-time degree made up of 360 credits: 120 credits at level 5, 150 credits at level 6 and 90 credits at level 7. Each year of study is made up of papers that total 120 credits in each of the three years of study. Te Korowai Äkonga is a 36 week programme. The delivery weeks include 24 weeks of practicum placement in schools over the three-year period.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

TE KOROWAI ĀKONGA

After graduating with Te Korowai Äkonga – Bachelor of Teaching (Primary), graduates are able to apply for teaching jobs in the primary sector as primary school teachers.

QUICK FACTS

ENTRY DETAILS Prospective students must be at least 18 years of age in their first year of study. Prospective students must also satisfy the requirements for admission and be accepted for enrolment via the selection panel process. Applicants must be eligible for admission under one of the following categories: University Entrance (NCEA); Discretionary Admission; Special Admission; or Admission by Credit Recognition.

DURATION 36 weeks per year (3 years)

START March 2010

FEES Fees apply

DELIVERY MODE

LOCATION Manukau

Raroera

Rotorua

Whirikökä

FURTHER STUDY Graduates are able to pursue post-graduate studies.

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Face-to-face


OVERVIEW The Graduate Diploma in Professional Supervision invites you, the student, to deconstruct existing supervision models of practice and reconstruct biculturalism in professional supervision practice. You will language your own notions and concepts within the context of biculturalism in practice principle-based positions transcending all sectors where leadership and kaitiakitanga are constant companions (hoa haere) – social science, health and education, to say but a few. This programme is noho-based during weekends. This allows you to integrate your learning into your professional practice. Your learning will include: • Tohutohu (Worldview Significance and Consequences) a safe and essential space to grow in awareness and a place to pursue respect; • Kaitiakitanga (Supervisor's Expectation) - positions, beacons intersections, touchstones, platforms, lenses and filters; • Tiaki (Tikanga, Ethics and Lore) - treating relationships and issues with dignity respect and care; • Tautoko (Supervision in Your Context) - supporting, enhancing, confirming, validating and acknowledging kaupapa, context, valued contribution, Mäori thought and Mäori application; • Arataki (Intergration as a Supervisor) - identifying, making and paving culturally preferred pathways, leadership patterns for better understanding in each new time, place and kaupapa; and • Äwhiowhio (Practicum and Poutama Practicum II) integrating principles, theories and practice to demonstrate growing competency towards identifying a culturally preferred way of providing professional supervision.

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled in this programme you must: • have previously been awarded at least a diploma (e.g., humanities, social sciences or education); • have at least two years' professional experience; and / or • been previously awarded with a degree (e.g., Humanities, Social Sciences and Education) and be in professional practice.

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN

PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION LEVEL 7 TE TITOHU ARAHINA TE HUNGA TANGATA (NGĀ POUTOKO WHAKARARA ORANGA) QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

START March 2010

FEES Fees apply

LOCATION Manukau

Porirua

FURTHER STUDY Postgraduate qualification in professional supervision at another tertiary institution (Level 8).

DELIVERY MODE Noho-based

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TOI Toi offers a wide range of programmes across a number of ďŹ elds that contribute to the pursuit of excellence in Toi. Programmes offered by this whare range from level 3 to post-graduate level and include qualiďŹ cations in the arts, tikanga and pre-employment foundation courses. These programmes are delivered within a unique MÄ ori cultural learning environment utilising modes of delivery (face-to-face and mixed-mode) that are most appropriate for the programme and students.

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PROGRAMMES PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 4

CULTURE [PAGE 48]

Certificate in Mäori Performing Arts

CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 3

[PAGE 55]

Certificate in Tikanga Mäori CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 4

[PAGE 56]

Certificate in Tikanga Marae

KAUMĀTUA PROGRAMMES CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 4

[PAGE 49]

Certificate in Te Arataki Manu Körero DIPLOMA

LEVEL 5

OTHER [PAGE 50]

Diploma in Te Arataki Manu Körero

CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 3

[PAGE 57]

Certificate in Cable Logging CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 3

[PAGE 58]

Certificate in Vocational Preparation (Police)

ARTS CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 4

[PAGE 51]

Tä Moko Appreciation INTRODUCTION

LEVEL 3

[PAGE 52]

Introduction to the Arts Käwai Raupapa DIPLOMA

LEVELS 4, 5, 6

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Diploma in Mäori Visual Arts Toi Paematua BACHELOR DEGREE

LEVELS 5-7

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Bachelor of Mäori Visual Arts Te Maunga Kura Toi

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

MĀORI PERFORMING ARTS LEVEL 4

QUICK FACTS

This programme is designed to develop your natural talent ent and knowledge through the practical application of performance mance skills, performance production, performance studies es and ähuatanga Mäori with a focus on Mäori performing g arts. This programme is exciting and dynamic. It will build ild your confidence, so that you stand tall with pride. Your learning will include: • performance skills (Includes a combination of Kapa haka, dance, drama, music); • performance production (how to organise and run a successful production for performance); • performance studies (theory relating to all items being ng performed on stage); and • āhuatanga Māori (te reo rangatira me ona tikanga relating to the performing arts).

DURATION

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

36 weeks

• • • • •

START March 2010 (Semester A)

FEES No fees

Media studies Social work Teaching The Performing Arts Tourism

ENTRY DETAILS

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau

Tainui

Papaiöea

Te Tai Tonga

Whirikökä

To be enrolled, students must: • be at least 16 years of age; and • demonstrate a passion for the performing arts.

DELIVERY MODE

FURTHER STUDY Tohu Maruata - Bachelor’s Degree in Mäori Performing Arts (if available)

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ver 36 The programme is taught in mixed-mode delivery over weeks, including five noho marae, tutorials and self-directed irected learning each week. The programme can be studied either four days a week or through a combination of night classes, weekend nd wänanga and tutorials.


• to ensure Mäori have the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to impact society by developing abilities to necessar contribute in the workplace, families, whänau and communities in further learning. communi

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Cultural Advisors A Counsellors • Counsello within total immersion, kura kaupapa • Kaiako, Kaiarahi K whare kura and köhanga reo Mäori, wh • Specialist experts in specific areas of weaving, whakairo, rongoä, tä moko waka, ron Translators of Mäori Land Court hearings. • Translato

CERTIFICATE IN

TE ARATAKI MANU KŌRERO LEVEL 4

QUICK FACTS

ENTRY D DETAILS Applicants must be mature and competent in Te Reo Mäori. Those who may not be competent may be granted provisional entry at the discretion of the Pouahorangi. High motivation to engage with the programme content is also required.

OVERVIEW This programme aims to: • share and practice Mäori traditions including tikanga, kawa, kïngitanga, karakia, whakapapa, whaikörero, tauparapara, waiata, and karanga; • impart knowledge of classic Mäori history; • promote and provide awareness of safe practices relating to ancient karakia and provide an opportunity for practice of karakia Mäori; • promote and practice karanga Mäori; • explore aspects of traditional design through wharenui, waka and artworks in both traditional and modern contexts; • examine fundamental reo, kawa and tikanga aspects of Mäori tradition; • promote and encourage whänau development and hapü, iwi awareness through marae-based events and activities; and • explore aspects of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

DELIVERY MODE The programme is taught in mixed-mode delivery over 36 weeks. This means that classes are conducted through face-to-face delivery (via monthly wänanga), tutorials and directed learning (learning that is to be undertaken by the student in between each wänanga).

DURATION 36 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A) or July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Diploma in Te Arataki Manu Körero - Level 5 Te Tohu Mätauranga Diploma in Te Reo Mäori - Level 5 Bachelor of Iwi Environmental Management - Levels 5-7

Rationale: • to ensure the sustainability and capability of the kaumätua base for iwi/hapü paepae is maintained; • to preserve and maintain critical marae traditions and practices central to the maintenance of Mäori identity; and

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OVERVIEW

DIPLOMA IN

TE ARATAKI MANU KŌRERO LEVEL 5

QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A) or July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Computing Rangahau Iwi Environmental Management Te Reo Mäori

Programme Aims: Students are able to: • use the platform to build knowledge gained in the Level 4 certificate programme; • share and practise Mäori traditions, including kïngitanga (the king movement), whakapapa (genealogies), whaikörero (oratory), tauparapara (incantations), waiata (song), and karanga (female call); • impart knowledge of classic Mäori history; • explore aspects of traditional design through wharenui, waka, and artworks, in both traditional and modern contexts; • examine fundamental reo (language), kawa (tribal protocols), and tikanga (correct cultural practices) aspects of Mäori tradition; • promote and encourage whänau development and hapü, iwi awareness through marae based events and activities; and • examine and share the impacts of Te Tiriti o Waitangi to iwi. Rationale: This programme provides a mechanism for ensuring the transfer of endangered cultural knowledge to those generations who will take their places on the marae.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • • • •

Cultural Advisors Counsellors Tribal/hapü leadership Kaiako, kaiarahi within total immersion, kura kaupapa Mäori, whare kura and köhanga reo • Specialist experts in specific areas of weaving, whakairo, waka, rongoä, tä moko • Translators at Mäori Land Court hearings

ENTRY DETAILS Te Arataki Manu Körero Certificate Level 4 or equivalent.

DELIVERY MODE The programme is taught in mixed mode delivery over 36 weeks, including four one-day wänanga, noho marae plus tutorials and self-directed learning during the week. Classes and tutorials are friendly, interactive and fun.

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ENTRY D DETAILS Students must: m 1. be aged 16 years or older; 2. complete the “Application for Entry to Study Assignment”; Moko As Citizens based in New Zealand; and 3. New Zealand Zea 4. be able to t attend weekend wānanga approximately once four weeks. every fou

DELIVERY MODE DELIVER Tā Moko is delivered through monthly wānanga in a marae practicable). Compulsory tutorials will also setting (where (wh regular intervals between the weekend live-ins. There occur at reg monthly wānanga across 18 weeks, complimented with are five mon tutorials and directed learning as well as self directed activities.

CERTIFICATE IN

TĀ MOKO APPRECIATION LEVEL 4

QUICK FACTS DURATION

OVERVIEW The Certificate in Tā Moko Appreciation is a Level 4 programme aimed at providing the necessary foundation knowledge base required to begin formal training in the art of Tā Moko. The Certificate in Tā Moko Appreciation will prepare students interested in becoming practitioners to seek further training, preferably alongside a recognised practitioner or at a higher level of learning. Note: Graduates of this programme will not be prepared to enter directly into the industry as a moko practitioner.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates of this programme will be eligible for further study in the field of moko or an arts-related programme. They may also undertake apprenticeships with current moko practitioners should they be suitable.

ADDITIONAL STUDY OPTIONS ADDITIO

18 weeks

This progra programme is directly related to the arts programmes offered in the Toi Māori Whare of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

START

This certificate is set at level 4, which enables students to progress to further study in arts-related programmes.

FEES

Options include: • further study to degree-level in the field of moko as a major under the New Art Option strand of the Maunga Kura Toi degree; or • further study to degree-level in the whakairo program which specialises in Māori carving. There are other indirectly related programmes that students could progress to such as Te Reo Māori or teaching. Graduates may wish to pursue careers in these areas whilst they develop their moko skills as an aside.

March 2010 (Semester A) No fees

LOCATION Waiariki

Tainui

FURTHER STUDY Toi Paematua - Levels 4-6 Maunga Kura Toi - Levels 5-7

External Pathways: Courses available for further study in moko or related programmes with a Māori-specific focus are available at Te Whare Wānanga o Awauiarangi, Te Wānanga o Raukawa, AUT, and Tairāwhiti Polytechnic.

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INTRODUCTION TO THE

ARTS

OVERVIEW This level 3 programme has been designed as a bridging course to provide students with the necessary skills, knowledge dge and experience to start their tertiary studies in the arts.

LEVEL 3 KĀWAI RAUPAPA

As a community arts programme, the curriculum has the capacity to enable groups to enrol and undertake site-specific projects. rojects. nitiatives With the guidance of experienced kaiako, community initiatives cipation which seek to restore, rejuvenate or enhance the participation in and availability of toi Mäori can be realised.

QUICK FACTS

d that a At the conclusion of the programme, it is expected graduate will be able to:

DURATION 18 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A) or July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

• • • • • •

ori; demonstrate an understanding of basic tikanga Mäori; ocess; demonstrate knowledge of media and hands-on process; apply development processes when making work; apply some basic research processes; apply basic safe practice; and apply basic workshop management.

Käwai Raupapa is taught through specific media streams, reams, kaupeka or branches of knowledge. Delivery of this programme gramme varies by region and need. For further enquiries please e contact your local Te Wänanga o Aotearoa site or phone 0800 355 553.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES On completion of this entry level programme, students ents are encouraged to engage in further study.

ENTRY DETAILS

FURTHER STUDY Toi Paematua - Diploma in Mäori Visual Art Certifcate in Mäori Performing Arts Certificate in Tä Moko Appreciation

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Applicants must be over 16 years of age.

DELIVERY MODE Face-to-face and mixed mode delivery. Specific deliveryy modes apply to each media stream. Please make further enquiries. quiries.


OVERVIEW This diploma programme captures and enhances the Mäori essence and protocols of what is collectively known as Mäori art. During the programme you will be taught through the following papers: Creative Process: using drawing and design process to develop ideas and work. Media Practice: exploring media potential to develop ideas. Cultural Studies: understanding kawa and tikanga and the concepts of wairua, whanaungatanga and türangawaewae. Studio Management and Practice: organisation, time management, presentation and documentation within studio.

ENTRY DETAILS Applicants need to meet the academic criteria for entry to each level of the programme. Each level entry will be by interview, and acceptance will be at the discretion of the Pouako teaching the programme.

DIPLOMA IN

MĀORI VISUAL ARTS LEVELS 4, 5, 6 TOI PAEMATUA

STUDENTS SPECIALISE IN EITHER

WHAKAIRO , RARANGA OR RAUANGI QUICK FACTS DURATION

Level 4: • be aged 16 years of age or over • be a New Zealand citizen; and • be committed to completing the programme successfully

3 years

Level 5: • by admissions committee; or • through RPL (recognition of prior learning) or CC (cross credit), which may include interview, portfolio and testimonial using Level 5 objectives as criteria for admission; or • Evidence of achievement: University Entrance, Sixth Form Certificate, completion of a foundation level arts course or Level 4 of Toi Paematua Diploma in Mäori Visual Art. • Applicant will submit a portfolio of work with a covering letter describing the work • Applicant will attend an interview

FEES

Level 6: Entry is subject to tauira having successfully completed a Level 5 programme of study by meeting the following minimum requirements: • Achievement of all Level 5 papers; or • Discretion of admissions committee based on the tauira ability to be able to meet the Level 6 requirements; or • Entry though RPL ( recognition of prior learning) or CC (cross credit) process, which may include interviews, portfolio and testimonials, using Level 5 objectives as criteria for admission.

START March 2010 (Semester A) Level 4 - Fees apply Level 5 - Fees apply Level 6 - Fees apply

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Te Maunga Kura Toi Bachelor of Mäori Visual Art.

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BACHELOR OF

MĀORI VISUAL ARTS LEVELS 5-7 TE MAUNGA KURA TOI STUDENTS SPECIALISE IN EITHER

WHAKAIRO , RARANGA OR RAUANGI QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks per year (3 years)

START March 2010 (Semester A)

FEES Fees apply

LOCATION Tainui

Papaiöea

OVERVIEW Toi te mana Toi te whenua Toi ngä mahi toi Toi te tangata ngata ctice or This degree programme establishes a zone of practice uranga türangawaewae focusing on Te Ao Mäori and mätauranga Mäori. We provide an opportunity to explore content, context and process through research and application which promotes romotes values and instils mauri and mana. A graduate of the Te Maunga Kura Toi degree programme in Mäori visual art is grounded, unded, innovative and creative with the ability to advance Mäori ori art among hapü and iwi, nationally and internationally. You will be encouraged to develop the confidence and d skills to realise your potential, learning through tutorials, workshops orkshops and self-directed work, ultimately contributing to the cultural ultural and economic environment of Aotearoa/New Zealand..

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Students may take up positions with museums and d art galleries learning more specific skills in curating exhibitions ibitions and conserving and cataloguing works, or as educators ators within those organisations. Further study in education would provide the opportunity to apply for teaching positionss within art departments at secondary schools and at tertiary ary level. Many artists manage their own practice, involve olve themselves in collectives and wänanga opportunities, es, run studio or exhibition spaces or work on a contract basis asis in a number of fields, including stage, theatre and television vision work or freelance advertising.

ENTRY DETAILS Applicants need to meet the academic criteria for the programme gramme and be aware of the level of engagement required for full-time ull-time degree study in the arts. Entry to the programme is by interview, nterview, and interested applicants need to submit a portfolio off work together with details of academic achievement and a covering letter.

DELIVERY MODE Face-to-face and mixed mode delivery. Specific deliveryy modes apply to each media stream. Please make further enquiries. quiries.

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Artwork by: Shanon Hoani Hawea - "MoeMoeä" Series II


OVERVIEW This programme will develop your understanding and appreciation of the Mäori world view, values, beliefs and how they function within New Zealand and international societies. The programme looks at how to apply these concepts in your home, workplace and community. Your learning will include: • hapü/iwi development and basic te reo Mäori; • whakawhanaungatanga – genealogy and identity; • te reo Mäori me ngä tikanga: an introduction; • values and belief systems; • whakaaro Mäori; • whakaaro Mäori as expressed in Ngä Körero o Neherä; • whakaaro Mäori as expressed in whakataukï; • Aotearoa/New Zealand: world views; • Aotearoa/New Zealand: the influence of the media; • pöwhiri and whakatau; • Aotearoa/New Zealand society: the role of Te Ao Mäori; and • contextual studies: tikanga Mäori within a selected environment.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • • • • •

Worker within Mäori organisations and communities Köhanga reo assistant Personal assistant Administration assistant Self-employment

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled, students must be 16 years of age or older.

DELIVERY MODE The programme is taught in mixed mode delivery over 18 weeks, including five noho marae, tutorials and self-directed learning.

CERTIFICATE IN

TIKANGA MĀORI LEVEL 3

QUICK FACTS DURATION 18 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A) and July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Certificate in Te Ara Reo Mäori - Level 4 Kaihoe Waka - Level 3 Te Tohu Mätauranga i te reo me öna Ähuatanga Katoa Level 4 Certificate in Tikanga Marae - Level 4 Certificate in Mäori Performing Arts - Level 4 Certificate in Iwi Environmental Management - Level 4

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

Have you ever wanted to know about the happenings ngs on the marae, but were too afraid to ask?

TIKANGA MARAE

Would you like to break down the barriers of being culturally disconnected from your marae? Would you like an opportunity to learn in a safe and fun environment, and give you and your family confidence ence to engage in various cultural practices on the marae? ?

LEVEL 4

This programme addresses the effects of language e loss and cultural decrease evident on marae by: • providing all students with access to basic skills ills and introductory knowledge that will facilitate entry to the marae context; • re-introducing to the marae Mäori who have experienced erienced cultural disconnection; • increasing students’ understanding of cultural practices, protocols, leadership, operational management and social interaction that occurs on marae; and • developing the skills and confidence required to enable students to participate in cultural and operational activities held on marae.

QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A)

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Certificate in Te Arataki Manu Körero - Level 4 Te Tohu Mätauranga Diploma in Te Reo Mäori - Level 5 Bachelor of Iwi Environmental Management

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CERTIFICATE IN TIKANGA MARAE

The programme aims to: • emphasise the significance of marae as bastions of Mäori culture; • provide an opportunity for people who have experienced language loss and/or cultural disconnection to reconnect with marae and its associated traditions; • provide foundation knowledge and skills in tikanga marae for those who have yet to experience the richness of Mäori cultural practices as they happen on marae; and • create opportunities to facilitate the transmission of cultural knowledge associated with marae from kaumätua (knowledgeable elders) to younger generations.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Kaiāwhina/kaiako within whare kura, kura kaupapa Mäori and köhanga reo • Cultural advisor/assistant within tertiary institutions, government departments, museums and iwi authorities that have a marae on site • Support worker within Mäori organisations and communities

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled, students must be at least 16 years of age and not be enrolled at a secondary school at the time of the commencement of the programme.

DELIVERY MODE The programme is delivered over 36 weeks. This includes 10 noho marae, tutorials and self-directed learning.


OVERVIEW OVERV The Cert Certificate in Cable Logging is an industry-based, practical for people entering a career in the forestry course designed d industry. It provides the skills and knowledge needed to begin working in a cable logging crew.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CAREE The cour course aims to provide a base knowledge of cable logging systems and their capabilities, to provide a solid foundation of essential skills needed to start a career in forest harvesting, essentia provide practical application of the knowledge acquired. and to pr Students get an opportunity to work in forestry gangs and get hands-on training with logging contractors and forestry hands-o companies at one of the many North Island locations. compan Students who apply themselves well and demonstrate a good work wo ethic can be recommended for employment at the end of o the programme.

ENTRY DETAILS To be en enrolled in this programme applicants must: Zealand citizen or permanent resident; • be a New N • have a level 2 (or equivalent) qualification; or • attain competence c in a level 2 pre-assessment that reflects literacy and numeracy abilities and participation in an interview. intervie is a very physical activity – applicants will Cable logging lo require a high level of physical fitness to get the best out of practical course. this prac

DELIVERY MODE DELIV Face-to-face Face-to-

CERTIFICATE IN

CABLE LOGGING LEVEL 3

QUICK FACTS DURATION 40 weeks (inc. holiday weeks)

START March 2010 (Semester A) or July/August 2010 (Semester B)

FEES Fees apply

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau

Tainui

Waiariki

Whirikökä

Papaiöea

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY The Certificate in Cable Logging is intended to serve as grounding for the cable logging section of the industry and can lead into the National Certificate in Forest Harvesting.

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

VOCATIONAL PREPARATION (POLICE) LEVEL 3

As fitness and health are also essential ingredients to this programme, we have crafted a physical education plan that focuses on the entire wellbeing of our students. We will demonstrate the correct press ups, jumps and grips, and push you to meet your run time. With us you will obtain a certificate in defensive driving and first aid, and we will help you to achieve your swim test. You must be prepared to be successful, accept encouragement and allow yourself to be transformed.

QUICK FACTS DURATION

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

18 weeks

Employment with the NZ Police

START March 2010 (Semester A) or July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES Fees apply

LOCATION Manukau

This programme provides structured learning that directly prepares students for the NZ Police Test. We use creative Kaupapa Māori techniques or Māori methods of delivery to teach the core components of the test: these are numeracy, verbal and abstract reasoning.

Waiariki

Whirikökä

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled in this programme you must: • be 18 years of age or older; • have Restricted Driving Licence; • have no convictions; • be a New Zealand citizen or have permanent residency; and • undergo the Police vetting process.

DELIVERY MODE Face-to-face weekly tutorials, self-directed learning and monthly wänanga. Developed in partnership with the NZ Police Service.

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Matauranga Cover

UMANGA Whare Umanga offers a wide range of programmes in the business and computing ďŹ elds to cater for the diverse needs of tauira; whether it is a beginners' programme at level 2 or a more advanced programme at level 5. These programmes are delivered within a unique, MÄ ori cultural learning environment and different modes of delivery (face-to-face or mixed-mode) are available to cater for tauira with busy lifestyles.

Duane Norman - CSBM graduate and business owner.

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PROGRAMMES COMPUTING CERTIFICATE

BUSINESS LEVEL 2

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Certificate in Computing and Business Administration CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 2

[PAGE 63]

Certificate in Computing Level 2 CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 2 & 3

LEVEL 3

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LEVEL 4

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Certificate in Business and E-Commerce

Certificate in Computing Level 2 & 3 CERTIFICATE

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Certificate in Applied Small Business Growth and Development DIPLOMA

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Diploma in Small Business Enterprise

OTHER PROGRAMMES CERTIFICATE

LEVEL 3

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Certificate in Money Management DIPLOMA

LEVEL 6

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Diploma in M채ori Governance and Leadership

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

COMPUTING AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LEVEL 2

Including the National Certificate in Computing and Business Administration Level 2 QUICK FACTS

If you want to learn administration and computing skills ls or are self-employed, this is an excellent programme to help enhance your skills in office administration. This programme focuses on the daily tasks that occur ur in an administrative workplace and will provide you with the he skills required to manage a reception effectively. During the programme, you will cover the following topics: pics: • computer maintenance; • email; • data-entry and word-processing (using Microsoft Word 2007); • customer service; and • financial records, calculations and cash transactions. s.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • • • • • •

Administrative assistant Office administration Personal assistant Receptionist Secretary Self-employment

DURATION 20 weeks (including two weeks of self-directed learning)

START March 2010 (Semester A) or July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

DELIVERY MODE

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled in this programme, you must: • be at least 16 years of age; • be a New Zealand resident; and • be committed to completing the programme.

Tainui

Waiariki

FURTHER STUDY Certificate in Computing - Level 2 Certificate in Computing - Level 3 Certificate in Computing - Level 4

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Face-to-face: You will be required to attend four 5-hour ur class sessions per week and to complete up to 14 hours of study per week in your own time.


OVERVIEW OVERV The nee need for computing skills is increasing in Aotearoa/New Zealand and throughout the world due to the growing use computers in nearly every industry. This introductory of comp programme will kick-start your career in computing by program providing you with the basic skills in computer hardware and providin software, email and office applications. software During the th programme you will cover the following topics: computer hardware and software; • compu • email and a local area networks; word-processing and schematic diagrams (using Microsoft • word-p 2007); Word 2 spreadsheets and databases (using Microsoft Excel 2007 • spread Microsoft Access 2007); and M desktop publishing and web design (using Microsoft • deskto Publisher 2007 and Microsoft Expression Web 2.0); Publis desktop presentations and graphic design (using Microsoft • deskto PowerPoint 2007 and Corel Paint Shop Pro X2); and Power kaupapa Mäori (including Tikanga Mäori and Te Marae). • kaupa programme includes a kaupapa Mäori component that This pro involves a compulsory visit to a marae and the use of karakia, waiata, pöwhiri, whakawhanaungatanga and basic te Mäori within the learning environment. reo Mäo

CERTIFICATE IN

COMPUTING LEVEL 2

Including the National Certificate in Computing Level 2 QUICK FACTS DURATION 18 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A) or July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

LOCATION CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CAREE

Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

• • • • •

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Office administration Personal assistant Person Receptionist or secretary Recep Administration assistant Admin Self-employment Self-em

ENTRY DETAILS To be en enrolled in this programme, you must: least 16 years of age; • be at le Zealand resident; and • be a New N committed to completing the programme successfully. • be com

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Certificate in Computing - Level 3 Certificate in Computing - Level 4

DELIVERY MODE DELIV Face-toFace-to-face: You will be required to attend four 5-hour class sessions per week. You will also be required to undertake up hours of study per week in your own time. to 14 ho You will be required to attend two 4-hour class Mixed mode: m sessions per week and to complete up to 26 hours of study per week in your own time. CERTIFICATE IN COMPUTING LEVEL 2 // 63


OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

COMPUTING LEVEL 2 & 3

Including the National Certificate in Computing Level 2 & 3 QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

START Start dates vary depending on location

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Certificate in Computing - Level 4

Waiariki

If you have basic computing skills, but no formal computing qualification, and are looking to up-skill yourselff within a flexible learning environment, this programme is for or you! As you will be completing the majority of your studies ies in your own time, you will be provided with a loan computer ter for the duration of the programme (including all software required). You will also be provided with access to the internet and access to a freephone helpdesk. During the programme you will cover the following topics: • computer hardware and software; • email and local area networks; g Microsoft • word-processing and schematic diagrams (using Word 2007); • spreadsheets and databases (using Microsoft Excel xcel 2007 and Microsoft Access 2007); • desktop publishing and web design (using Microsoft soft Publisher 2007 and Microsoft Expression Web 2.0); • desktop presentations and graphic design (using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 and Corel Paint Shop Pro X2); • contemporary information technologies; • computer networks and systems; • use of technology in an organisation; and • kaupapa Mäori (including Tikanga Mäori, Te Marae and Ngä Kawa-ä-Iwi). This programme includes a kaupapa Mäori component that involves a compulsory visit to a marae and the use of karakia, waiata, pöwhiri, whakawhanaungatanga and basic te reo Mäori within the learning environment.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES This qualification is designed to help you kick-start your career in the ICT (information communication technology) industry, as well as prepare you for further study at a higher level.

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled in this programme, you must: • be at least 16 years of age; • be a New Zealand resident; • complete and pass a pre-entry test to show that you have basic computing skills; • have a reasonable level of English literacy; • be able to study independently; and • be committed to completing the programme successfully. 64 // CERTIFICATE IN COMPUTING LEVEL 2 & 3

DELIVERY MODE: Mixed-mode: Classes are held during the day or in the evening (including weekends at some locations). You will be required to attend one 3-hour class session per week; three 5-hour workshops and one compulsory visit to a marae during the programme. You will also be required to complete up to 30 hours of study per week in your own time.


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES This qualification is designed to help you start a career in the ICT (information communication technology) industry, as well as prepare you for further study at a higher level.

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled in this programme, you must: • be at least 16 years of age; • be a New Zealand resident; • have a Certificate in Computing Level 2 (or equivalent qualification) including NZQA units 2780 and 2781. If you do not possess a Certificate in Computing Level 2 or equivalent qualification (including unit standards 2780 and 2781) but have proven computing skills and experience at Level 2, you may apply for recognition of prior learning (RPL); and • be committed to completing the programme successfully.

CERTIFICATE IN

COMPUTING LEVEL 3

Including the National Certificate in Computing Level 3 QUICK FACTS DURATION 18 weeks

OVERVIEW This intermediate level computing programme will help you further develop your skills in computing while working towards a nationally recognised qualification. You will learn how to use the latest technologies and software by using real-life examples to help you understand fully how these technologies/software can be applied in the real world. During the programme, you will cover the following topics: • word-processing (using Microsoft Word 2007); • spreadsheets (using Microsoft Excel 2007); • databases (using Microsoft Access 2007); • desktop publishing (using Microsoft Publisher 2007); • website design (using Microsoft Expression Web 2.0); • desktop presentations (using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007); • graphic design (using Corel Paint Shop Pro X2); • contemporary information technologies; • computer networks and systems; • use of computer technology in an organisation; and • kaupapa Mäori (including Ngä Kawa-ä-Iwi).

DELIVERY MODE Face-to-face: You will be required to attend four 5-hour class sessions per week. You will also be required to undertake up to 14 hours of study per week in your own time. Mixed mode: You will be required to attend two 4-hour class sessions per week and to complete 26 hours of study per week in your own time.

START March 2010 (Semester A) or July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Certificate in Computing - Level 4

CERTIFICATE IN COMPUTING LEVEL 3

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

COMPUTING LEVEL 4

Including the National Certificate in Computing Level 4

If you are interested in developing your computing g skills at a higher level with the flexibility of choosing modules ules to suit your preferred future study or career pathways, s, this programme is for you! During this programme, you will learn about project management, agement, data communications, and advanced computing systems, ems, as well as choosing from elective options that include multimedia timedia and web design, online help systems, relational databases bases and software programming.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • • • •

QUICK FACTS DURATION 18 weeks

Software developer Multimedia and/or web designer Database administrator Technical consultant (entry level)

ENTRY DETAILS

START March 2010 (Semester A) or July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Te Tai Tonga

Whirikökä

To be enrolled in this programme, you must: • be at least 16 years of age; • be a New Zealand resident; • have a Certificate in Computing Level 3 (or equivalent qualification) ; • be committed to completing the programme successfully; ully; and • if you are interested in completing this programme through mixed mode study, you must pass a pre-entry assessment test.

DELIVERY MODE

FURTHER STUDY Once you have completed this qualification, you may choose to study towards a diploma or degree in computing at another tertiary institution (entry criteria may vary).

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our class Face-to-Face: You will be required to attend four 5-hour sessions per week and to complete up to 14 hours of study per week in your own time. Mixed-mode: You will be required to attend two 3-hourr class sessions per week and to complete up to 27 hours of study per week in your own time.


OVERVIEW Whether you are new to the business world, want to build your business skills or are simply looking for a place to start, First Steps to Business (FSB) will assist you to achieve your business potential. FSB will provide you with an understanding of fundamental business concepts and processes to assist with developing your business idea. During this programme, you will learn the personal skills and attributes required to run a business, including time management and goal setting. You will gain an understanding of business planning and learn how to identify a business opportunity. You will also learn personal and basic business budgeting skills and effective advertising and promotion techniques.

CERTIFICATE IN

FIRST STEPS TO BUSINESS LEVEL 2

QUICK FACTS DURATION

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Advancement in your current job • Establishment of your own business • Self-employment

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled in this programme, you must: • be at least 16 years of age; • be a New Zealand resident; • successfully complete a selection process that will involve attending an information seminar and interview; and • be committed to completing the programme successfully.

24 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A) or June/July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

DELIVERY MODE There are two study options available for this programme: Contact-mode: This mode is available nationally and involves attending one class per week and a workshop every three weeks. You will also be required to complete a set amount of study per week in your own time to meet the requirements of the programme. Mixed-mode: This mode is available in Auckland and Taranaki and involves studying mostly in your own time supported by workshops and visits from your kaiako/tutor.

FURTHER STUDY Certificate in Business and E-Commerce - Level 3 Certificate in Money Management - Level 3 Certificate in Small Business Management - Level 4 Certificate in Applied Small Business Growth and Development - Level 5 Diploma in Small Business Enterprise - Level 5

David Higgns - Business owner. CERTIFICATE IN FIRST STEPS TO BUSINESS // 67


CERTIFICATE IN

BUSINESS AND E-COMMERCE LEVEL 3

QUICK FACTS DURATION 18 weeks

START July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

LOCATION TBC

FURTHER STUDY Certificate in Small Business Management - Level 4 Certificate in Computing - Levels 3 & 4

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OVERVIEW Do you want to market your business more effectively ly using online technologies? If so, this programme is for you.. During this programme, you will learn how to use e-commerce ce tools to promote your business online. The modules within this programme focus on the following owing areas: • Business and e-commerce: including business analysis; lysis; • Planning a business website: basic website design, internet security and protection, and planning a business website; ebsite; • Web presence: including electronic marketing; and • E-business: Electronic business tools, financial transactions sactions and portable technology.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Advancement in your current job • Establishing a business • Self employment

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled in this programme, you must: • Be at least 16 years of age; • Be a New Zealand resident; • Have successfully completed the Certificate in First Steps to Business (Level 2) or a level 2 programme equivalent alent or similar to the Certificate in First Steps to Business; • Have basic computing and internet skills equivalentt to those of the Certificate in Computing (Level 2); and • Be committed to completing the programme successfully. ssfully.

DELIVERY MODE You will be required to attend two 5-hour class sessions ons per week and five 4-hour workshops every three weeks to complete this programme as well as complete up to 22 hours of study per week in your own time.


OVERVIEW OVERV Te Tupu: Certificate in First Line Management and Leadership provides a unique wānanga approach to foundational management education. It is informed highly by the needs manage communities that Te Wānanga o Aoteroa serves and of the co result has a strong emphasis on empowerment, personal as a resu growth, cconfidence building and Mātauranga Māori relating to management and leadership. manage content of this programme has been driven by the needs The cont line managers and team leaders in a variety of industries of first lin and has been developed to cater to diverse needs and interests, providing options for tauira to select from. In particular this providin programme focuses on team development, communication, program process and system management and leadership. are interested in moving up the ladder into a first line If you ar management or leadership role, then this programme is the manage first step in achieving this goal.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CAREE On comp completion of this programme, tauira will have a base level of skills and a knowledge in first line management and leadership. Tauira will w graduate this programme better equipped not only onto higher level studies and employment opportunities, to move o but also to handle the world at large with confidence and determination, whilst also contributing to enhancing our determin industries and communities within Aotearoa New Zealand. industrie

ENTRY DETAILS To be en enrolled in this programme you must: New Zealand resident; and • Be a N Demonstrate ability and commitment to programme • Demo completion including the ability to complete practical workplace comple assessments as determined at a pre entry interview. assess

DELIVERY MODE DELIV Mixed mode: m You will be required to attend a 4-hour tutorial complete up to 30 hours of study in your own time per and com week as well as attend set wānanga/workshops.

CERTIFICATE IN

FIRST LINE MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP LEVEL 3

Including the National Certificate in Business (First Line Management) QUICK FACTS DURATION 18 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A) or July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Te Tai Tonga

Whirikökä

FURTHER STUDY Certificate in Small Business Management - Level 4 Certificate in Applied Small Business Growth and Development - Level 5 Diploma in Small Business Enterprise - Level 5 Diploma in Māori Governance and Leadership - Level 6 A higher certificate or diploma in Management

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OVERVIEW

CERTIFICATE IN

SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT LEVEL 4

QUICK FACTS DURATION 36 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A) or July/August 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

Do you have a business idea or want to improve your existing business? If so, the Certificate in Small Business Management (CSBM) is designed for you. It will provide you with the practical tools required to establish your business or manage your current business more effectively. During CSBM, you will learn how to complete a comprehensive business plan for your business or business idea. Modules within this programme focus on the following areas: • Small Business Management - the business planning process in the New Zealand business environment; • Business Law - legal terms and concepts and preparation of a legal plan; • Marketing - principles and concepts that can be applied to real-life situations; • People Management - employment and staff development; • Small Business Accounting - business mathematics and accounting concepts (including cashbooks and filing GST returns); and • The Financial Plan - taxation, budgeting, sourcing finance and implementing financial policies and procedures into a business.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

• Advancement in your current job • Establishment of your own business or improvement of the efficiency of your current business • Self-employment

Te Tai Tonga

ENTRY DETAILS

FURTHER STUDY Certificate in Business and E-Commerce - Level 3 Certificate in Money Management - Level 3 Certificate in Applied Small Business Growth and Development - Level 5 Diploma in Small Business Enterprise - Level 5

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To be enrolled in this programme, you must: • be at least 16 years of age; • be a New Zealand resident; • successfully complete a selection process that will involve attending an information seminar and interview; and • be committed to completing the programme.

Melissa Manawaiti - CSBM graduate and business owner.

DELIVERY MODE Two study options are available for this programme: Contact-mode: This mode is available nationally and involves attending one class per week and a workshop every three weeks. You will also be required to complete a set amount of study per week in your own time to meet the requirements of the programme. Mixed-mode: This mode is available in Auckland, Rotorua, and Christchurch and involves studying mostly in your own time, supported by workshops and visits from your kaiako/tutor.


OVERVIEW Are you currently a business owner or have you recently completed a business plan? If so, and you are ready to grow your business, then this programme is for you! This programme will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to develop and implement strategies/action plans to achieve business development goals for your business. Modules within this programme focus on: • business development analysis; • business implementation projects; and • business reports and presentation.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates of this programme will be able to apply an advanced understanding of how to develop and implement business strategies and development projects. This programme is suited to the self-employed as well as to a wide range of careers, especially those that involve managerial decision-making.

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled in this programme, you must: • be at least 16 years of age; • be a New Zealand resident; • demonstrate, via an interview/questionnaire, that you have a sound knowledge of your business; and • meet at least one of the following three criteria: 1. be a graduate of the Certificate in Small Business Management Level 4 or equivalent; and/or 2. possess a suitable business plan that is available for review by a kaitiaki/tutor; and/or 3. be already operating a business.

DELIVERY MODE Contact-mode: One three-hour session per week (usually in the evening) for Weeks 1-22 and two three-hour sessions for weeks 23 and 24. Tauira will also be entitled to 12 hours of one-on-one mentoring with their kaitiaki/tutor.

CERTIFICATE IN

APPLIED SMALL BUSINESS GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT LEVEL 5

QUICK FACTS DURATION 24 weeks

START April 2010 (Semester A) or June 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY Once you have completed this qualification, you may choose to study towards a diploma or degree in business at another tertiary institution (entry criteria may vary).

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DIPLOMA IN

SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE LEVEL 5

QUICK FACTS

During the programme, you will cover the following topics: • introduction to accounting and finance; • introduction to organisational management; • principles of marketing; • international business; • introduction to business research; • principles of economics; • business communication; and • entrepreneurship and small business.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

DURATION 36 weeks

START March 2010 (Semester A) or July 2010 (Semester B)

• • • •

Creating new business initiatives Business enterprise management Economics Entrepreneurship

ENTRY DETAILS

FEES Fees apply

LOCATION Waiariki

OVERVIEW During this programme, you will gain the skills and knowledge required to manage your business effectively in the New Zealand environment. You will also learn to apply business theory to practical situations through group discussion and case study analysis.

Tainui

FURTHER STUDY This qualification can lead to study at an advanced level, either a diploma at level 6 or higher, or entry into a business degree at another tertiary institution.

To be enrolled in this programme, you must: • be at least 16 years of age; • be a New Zealand resident; and • have successfully completed the Certificate in Small Business Management (Level 4) programme or an equivalent qualification.

DELIVERY MODE This programme consists of eight weekend noho and one weekly four-hour tutorial, plus self-directed study of up to 27 hours per week.

Alexis Williams - Currently studying Diploma in Small Business Enterprise and graduate of CSBM. Director of Folio Model & Talent Management. 72 // DIPLOMA IN SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE


OVERVIEW The ability to manage money is an essential life-skill for all New Zealanders, regardless of your age or current level of income. This programme is designed to develop this ability, enabling you to make decisions that will help you reach your financial goals in life. During the programme, you will cover the following topics: • money and debt management; • retirement and asset planning; • property investment; and • equity and other investments.

CERTIFICATE IN

MONEY MANAGEMENT LEVEL 3

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

QUICK FACTS

Graduates of this programme will be able to apply the base concepts to self-employment situations, as well as to a wide range of careers.

DURATION

ENTRY DETAILS

START

To be enrolled in this programme, you must: • be at least 16 years of age; • be a New Zealand resident; and • attain competence in a numeracy and literacy pre-assessment that reflects comprehension, writing and numerical abilities (if you have not completed a level 2 programme that has literacy and numeracy components).

DELIVERY MODE Contact-mode: You will be required to attend one class per week and a one-day workshop per module. You will also be required to complete a set amount of study per week in your own time to meet the requirements of the programme. Mixed-mode: You will be required to complete most of your studies at home in your own time as well as meet with your kaiako/tutor at the start of each module. We also advise you to attend the scheduled workshops with your kaiako/tutor.

20 weeks March 2010 (Semester A) or July 2010 (Semester B)

FEES No fees

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau/Te Tai Tokerau

Tainui

Waiariki

Papaiöea

Whirikökä

Te Tai Tonga

FURTHER STUDY On completion of this programme, you may choose to engage in small business management programmes that focus on self-employment or staircase into higher level business management qualifications.

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OVERVIEW

DIPLOMA IN

MĀORI GOVERNANCE & LEADERSHIP LEVEL 6

QUICK FACTS

Central themes running through the programme ensure students: • build their own self-model as independent thinkers; • engage in diverse situations; • become successful in critical thinking; • enhance their oratory practically; and • display the leadership qualities needed when "the going oing gets tough”. Ähuatanga Mäori is inter-woven throughout this programme ramme to ensure these key concepts, values and philosophies hies are central to the delivery of the programme within a noho wänanga environment.

DURATION 36 weeks

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

START March 2010

FEES Fees apply

LOCATION Tämaki Makaurau

The Diploma in Mäori Governance and Leadership is designed esigned for tauira who are currently trustees in whänau, hapü and/or iwi trusts. This programme has seven key subject areas: Governance and Trusteeship, Kaitiakitanga, Leadership, ership, Treaty of Waitangi, Communication, Financial and Asset Management and Strategic Planning.

Tainui

Waiariki

Whirikökä

FURTHER STUDY Internal TWoA Pathways: Bachelor in Iwi Environmental Management - Level 7 External Pathways: Bachelor of Law Bachelor of Management Studies Bachelor of Business and Information Management Bachelor of Mäori Development

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• Whänau, hapü and iwi organisations • Directorships • Advisory boards • Councils • Local government • Board of trustees

ENTRY DETAILS To be enrolled in this programme, you must meet one e of the following criteria: • you must be a current trustee or have held a position n as a trustee for at least two years; or • you must have demonstrated equivalent life experiences nces and learning.

DELIVERY MODE You must attend eight, monthly noho wänanga throughout oughout the duration of the programme as well as eight 1-day tutorial orial and mentoring sessions held 1-2 weeks after each noho wänanga. änanga.


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STUDENT SUPPORT Te Wト]anga o Aotearoa offers a range of core support services to ensure students have every chance of successfully achieving their educational aspirations.

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STUDENT SUPPORT INTRODUCTION Te Wänanga o Aotearoa offers a range of core support services to ensure students have every chance of successfully achieving their educational aspirations.

ABOUT US Our purpose is to realise the potential in students to enable them to successfully complete their studies by offering a range of core services. Our skilled Student Support staff provide free services and all information is treated with discretion.

WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU ACADEMIC SUPPORT We can help you with the study skills you need to set and achieve your study goals, including: • answering assignment questions; • computing and internet; • essay writing and referencing; and • research. CAREERS GUIDANCE We can help you reach your career goals with: • career planning; • CV and cover letters; • job search skills; and • Student Job Search and Working for Students. DISABILITY SUPPORT To assist with temporary and permanent impairments, we may be able to provide: • a support worker or note-taker; • visual, hearing or learning assessments; and • special equipment or resources.

ENROLMENT SUPPORT We can help you through the steps to the right programme for you, including: • guidance through the enrolment process; and • programme selection. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE We can help you find financial support through: • Work and Income; • Studylink; • scholarships; and • grants and loans. PASTORAL CARE To help you maintain your health and wellbeing, we can help you find an appropriate agency for: • accommodation; • budgeting advice; • counselling; • drug and alcohol problems; • gambling problems; • health services; and • spiritual guidance. STUDENT GRIEVANCE GUIDANCE We provide guidance and support for: • informal concerns; • formal complaints; and • harassment and bullying.

STUDENT SUPPORT STAFF STUDENT SUPPORT TEAM LEADERS Student Support Team Leaders manage student support teams for their respective regions to ensure students have access to, and are provided with, quality support. They are also responsible for overseeing the complaints procedure. STUDENT SUPPORT ADVISORS Student Support Advisors provide core quality support functions to develop, guide and support students in the following areas – academic, careers, disability, enrolment, financial assistance and pastoral care.

CONTACT US For more information on our services, or if you require assistance, please contact your local Student Support Team on 0800 355 553 or email student.support@twoa.ac.nz

STUDENT REPRESENTATION All students within Te Wänanga o Aotearoa have an opportunity to establish representation for their class. A student representative is a student who represents his or her class.

STUDENT SUPPORT

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NGĀ WHARE WHĀRIKI KŌHUNGAHUNGA EARLY LEARNING Ko ngā tamariki o ēnei rā hei rangatira mō āpōpō The children of today are the leaders of tomorrow

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NGĀ WHARE WHĀRIKI KŌHUNGAHUNGA EARLY LEARNING

KO NGA TAMARIKI O ĒNEI RA HEI RANGATIRA MO APOPO THE CHILDREN OF TODAY ARE THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW

Eighty percent of Ngä Whare Whäriki Köhungahunga – Early Learning teachers are qualified and registered, ensuring that children are provided with an environment that is embedded in Te Whäriki (the Early Childhood Education Curriculum). Fees are comparative. All centres have 20 hours education for children age three to six years. All centres are registered with WINZ, that provides subsidies for those who are eligible. All centres provide healthy meals. Children can be enrolled from three months to six years of age (legal age to commence school). Te Wänanga o Aotearoa provides high-quality early childhood education to children of students, staff and communities at:

TE AWAMUTU

HAMILTON

APAKURA TE KĀKANO Apakura campus

RAROERA TE PUĀWAI Te Rapa Road Raroera Campus

(07) 872 0419

(07) 8499742

TOKOROA

MĀNGERE

TE RAU ORIWA Gate 3 Tokoroa Hospital Grounds Maraetai Road Tokoroa.

NGĀ KĀKANO O TE MANUKAU 10 Canning Crescent Mängere (09) 255 1408

(07) 886 0324

CONTACT US ON 0800 355 553 and ask to be put through to the Centre Manager in your rohe.

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GUIDE TO ENROLMENT WHAT CAN I STUDY? Choose from over 40 programmes at certificate, diploma and degree level across a wide range of subject areas, including business, computing, social services, teaching, arts, performing arts, Mäori language and iwi environment.

WHAT OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR STUDY? We offer different modes of delivery, such as full-time, contact basis, and distance study with the support of kaitiaki. We also offer mixed-mode delivery styles, which are a combination of methodologies like face-to-face contact with kaiako during night classes, weekend classes, noho marae (weekend stay) and computer-aided instruction.

HOW DO I ENROL? Programme information can be sourced from this prospectus, and brochures and flyers are available at one of our campuses close to you. Or you can contact our Call Centre for an Information Pack. Once you have decided on the programme you would like to enrol in, contact our Customer Service Centre for an enrolment pack. This contains an enrolment form along with a description of the information you will need to include with your completed enrolment form. Once we have received your application, we will contact you to come in and meet with one of our kaiako to undergo a pre-enrolment assessment and interview. Note: You can enrol in only one full-time programme at a time.

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WHAT DO I NEED TO DO TO COMPLETE MY ENROLMENT? All sections on the enrolment form must be completed and you must include all the required documentation – this is outlined in the enrolment form checklist on the back of the enrolment form. CHECKLIST FOR STUDENTS You can provide one of the following: • active NSI number; • passport; • birth certificate (including a marriage certificate if your maiden name has changed); • certificate of NZ Citizenship; or • whakapapa countersigned by a kaumatua, including a declaration stating date and place of birth. This option is only available for New Zealand Mäori over the age of 60. Note: New Zealand citizens may supply other evidence of their legal name: marriage certificate accompanied by a birth certificate or a letter from a bank. All documentation must provide evidence of your date of birth, citizenship and residency. Cook Island, Niue and Tokelau citizens must supply one of the same items of evidence that are required of New Zealand citizens.


HOW DO I KNOW IF MY ENROLMENT IS SUCCESSFUL? If you meet all the requirements, you will be notified before the programme starts. An acceptance letter will be sent to you confirming the name of the programme, start and finish date, course fees (if applicable), class location and your kaiako (tutor's) name.

WHAT IF I WANT TO CHANGE MY PROGRAMME OR ENROLMENT DETAILS? If you want to change your programme after it has started, you will need to speak with your kaiako or visit the Student Registry Administrator on your campus. S/he will provide you with a Change of Enrolment form. You must do this within the 10% cut-off period after the start date of your programme.

The following beneficiaries do not have to transfer benefits: • Domestic Purposes Benefit • Widows Benefit • Invalids Benefit • Emergency Maintenance Allowance The following programmes are not approved for student loans or allowances: • Certificate in Te Ara Reo Mäori (Level 2) • Certificate in Te Ara Reo Mäori (Level 4) • Diploma in Te Ara Reo Mäori (Level 5) • Certificate in Employment Skills (Level 1) • First Steps to Business (Level 2) • Mauri Ora (Level 2) • Certificate in Practical English (Level 4) • National Certificate in Adult Education (Level 4 & 5)

WHAT IF MY PERSONAL DETAILS CHANGE? Any requests for changes to your personal details or programme of study must be submitted in writing. You will need to fill out a Changes to Personal Details form. This can be sourced from your Student Registry Administrator at your campus.

STUDENT LOAN AND ALLOWANCES If the programme has fees attached, you can choose from the following options to pay your fees: 1. Apply for a student loan or allowance Visit www.studylink.govt.nz, or phone StudyLink on 0800 889 900 2. Pay by cash or cheque at the campus/delivery site. If you are unsure what to do, or you have any questions, please contact our Call Centre on 0800 355 553. Please note: If you are on a benefit and plan to enrol full time, you will need to transfer to a student allowance.

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FAQ

-FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW DO I ACCESS STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES?

ARE THERE ANY SCHOLARSHIPS OR GRANTS AVAILABLE TO ASSIST ME IN MY STUDIES?

If you wish to access any of the support services, please contact your local Student Support Team on 0800 355 553 or email: student.support@twoa.ac.nz

There is a limited range of scholarships and grants available for students who study with Te Wänanga o Aotearoa. To access scholarships or grants, contact your local Student Support Team.

WHAT PROGRAMME SHOULD I ENROL IN?

AM I ENTITLED TO A STUDENT LOAN OR ALLOWANCE?

If you are unsure what programme you would like to do, our Student Support Team is able to explore with you all the opportunities that Te Wänanga o Aotearoa offers.

WHAT DO I DO IF I DECIDE NOT TO CONTINUE WITH MY PROGRAMME?

That will depend on the type of programme you are enrolled in. If you are unsure, contact your local Student Support Team or Study Link on 0800 88 99 00.

WHAT IF I HAVEN’T RECEIVED ALL COURSE RESOURCES?

If you decide not to continue with your programme, please contact your tutor immediately. You will be required to complete a withdrawal application.

If you have not received all your course resources, please talk to your kaiako or contact the kaiako matua.

TO GET DISABILITY SUPPORT, DO I HAVE TO PROVIDE PROOF OF MY DISABILITY?

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I HAVE A CONCERN OR COMPLAINT?

Yes you do. You must provide proof, such as a letter from your doctor or other community health provider, outlining your disability.

If you have a concern or complaint, talk to your kaiako or Student Support Services Team for advice on the procedure for student complaints.

WHERE DO I GET MY STUDENT ID CARD FROM?

Please note: All formal complaints must be written to your local Student Support Team Leader and must be received within three months of the incident to be valid for processing.

If you have not received your student ID card from your tutor, please contact your local Student Registry Office. You will need to complete your enrolment requirements first and be accepted into the programme. In some places, students may be eligible for discounts.

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Tainui (WAIKATO)


All information is correct at the time of publication. Te W채nanga o Aotearoa reserves the right to cancel programmes that do not have sufficient numbers, or as a result of Government policy and funding decisions and strategic decisions by Te W채nanga o Aotearoa. Te W채nanga o Aotearoa reserves the right to alter the content or methods of presentation of any programme. Fees are indicative and are subject to confirmation of the Te W채nanga o Aotearoa Council. Programmes and fees approved by the Council will apply.


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