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Te WÄ nanga o Aotearoa

Portfolio 2018


Vision: He takapau mātauranga, he whānau huarewa. Whānau transformation through education.

Mission: Kia angitu te tauira. Tauira success.


Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is a world leader in indigenous education and New Zealand’s second largest tertiary provider. Our purpose is to provide unique, high-quality education opportunities – delivered through a Māori world view – which will lead to positive transformational changes for all our tauira (students).

Ours is a story of growth, discovery, and of transformational change that affects not just the individual but the wider whānau and communities. We have evolved from humble beginnings to become a modern progressive indigenous education organisation with a very strong foundation, that is committed to industry best processes and practices. We’ve been educating and inspiring New Zealanders of all ages and cultures for more than 30 years and have welcomed about 300,000 students since our establishment in 1985. Our purpose is to provide unique, high quality educational opportunities for Māori, and all others, which contributes to positive transformational changes.


Creative Services Creative Services is the in-house MÄ ori media design team set up in 2014 to support Te WÄ nanga o Aotearoa in the production of tauira (student) resources and recruitment marketing. Creative Services stands for modern, authentic and innovative design, that draws its strength from te ao MÄ ori.


TWOA Rebrand

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2004 - 2016

1993 - 2004

The key component of of our identity is our logo and should always be handled with consistency to reinforce and protect our brand. Our logo represents us at the very highest level and is vitally important to our brand. It acts as a signature, an identifier and a stamp of quality. It is, and should always be, the most consistent component in our communications. Our complete logo is constructed from two elements our: ―― tohu (symbol) ―― name (wordmark).

1989 - 1993

1. Te Whakaaro 2. Te Tauihu — advancement, progression 3. Te Waka (Canoe Frame) —  community, Iwi 4. Te Moana (Ocean) — tertiary landscape 5. ‘A’ Aotearoa — monogram 6. Te Kaihoe (Rower, Topview) —  tauira, kaiako and kaimahi 7. Wordmark do not attempt to recreate our logo. Please refer to the master artwork provided

1983 - 1989


Annual Report 2017


Annual Report

Annual Report 2016

Te Pūrongo

In 2016, we likened our tauira journey to that of a mighty tōtara, skilfully crafted into a waka to carry our tauira as they explore uncharted territories. Te Pūrongo 2017 continues that theme and further explores the idea of the journey. Using the skills given to us by our ancestors, we collectively set our sights on the distant horizon and venture forth with confidence.

Annual Report 2017


Te Wānanga o Aotearoa — Annual Report 2017

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa — Annual Report 2017

Notes to the financial statements For the year ended 31 December 2017

passed, based on the number of eligible students enrolled in the course at that date and the value of the course. Other government grants Funding is received from the TEC in relation to costs expected to be incurred by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa to complete specific projects agreed between the TEC and Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. Revenue from other government grants is considered non-exchange and is recognised based on the stage of the completion of the project. The stage of completion is measured based on the percentage of costs incurred to date compared to the total estimated costs to complete the full project. When funding is received in advance of the project being completed, deferred revenue is recognised and is released over the specific period using the stage of completion method.

Research and contract revenue Research grants are considered non-exchange which provide reciprocal benefits to the research funding provider that can extend over balance dates. Research grants are usually subject to a contract for services which sets out the outputs expected and includes a payment schedule. Each research grant is recorded as a separate contract in the consolidated entity's financial records.

54%

12%

were MāoriAt balance date the aggregate balance were Asian of research projects for which research grant funding received exceeds costs incurred to date is recorded in the statement of financial position as a liability, being a future obligation to complete research.

40%

Domestic tauira tuition fees Domestic tauira tuition fees are subsidised by government funding and are considered non-exchange. Revenue is

10%

were Pākeha

Government funding Student Achievement Component funding Other government funding

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa provides

recognised when the course withdrawal date has passed, which is when a student is no longer entitled to a refund for withdrawing from the course.

4%

were Other

were Pasifika Group 2017 $'000

Group 2016 $'000

Parent 2017 $'000

Parent 2016 $'000

133,358

132,049

133,358

132,049

50%

tauira learning te reo Māori across the country

66%

of all te reo Māori provision in Aotearoa

700+

kaimahi from around the country took part in the biggest and most popular Te Mata Wānanga yet

were years1,720 old 1,632over 1,72040 1,632 134,990 133,769 134,990 133,769

Total government funding Tauira fees Fees from domestic tauira Fees from international tauira

4,734 5,206 4,734 5,206 34% had no tertiary qualifications 1,328 – – 28% had1,366 no qualifications

Total tauira fees

6,100

6,534

4,734

Interest revenue

2,813

2,931

2,746

2,813

2,931

7,117

7,386

265

285

Total interest revenue Other revenue Contract revenue*

70%

were Female

Profit on sale of property, plant, equipment and assets held for sale

2,855

30% 2,746

2,855

6,916

7,114

were Male 261 285

Donation from DynaSpeak Limited

3,500

Dividends from external sources

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Miscellaneous revenue Total other revenue Total revenue

78

5,206

5,380

5,687

4,842

5,379

12,766

13,362

15,522

12,781

156,669 156,596

157,992

154,611

marae and their communities benefited from our sponsorship of Marae DIY

whānau competed at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa National Waka Ama sprint competitions

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Marketing

Level 3

Aged care

Te Kumanu Raeroa NZ Certificate in Tiaki Kuia, Koroua

Te Kumanu Raeroa NZ Certificate in Tiaki Kuia, Koroua

Level

3

You'll learn about: › different views of aging and support systems › tikanga, legislation and hauora › whānau kaitiaki roles and responsibilities for kuia and koroua › age related diseases and care approaches › end of life care to tiaki kuia/koroua. You'll know how to: › communicate effectively with kuia/koroua and their whānau › apply legislation to provide advocacy for kuia/koroua within health services › understand holistic care of age related diseases › apply strategies to support the care of kuia/koroua and their whānau › support kuia/koroua and their whānau in end of life care. Where will this take me? I want to keep studying: Increase your knowledge further by enrolling in our Manaaki Tāngata Certificate in Bicultural Social Services programme. I want to use my qualification: You will graduate with a NZQA-approved qualification that shows you have the skills and knowledge to work with kuia/koroua – as a personal caregiver, homehelper or driver for example. You could also use your skills to contribute to the health needs of kuia/koroua in your whānau, hapū and/or iwi. How you'll study: This is a full-time programme. You need to be committed to (on average): › 18 hours of directed learning each week › 15.33 hours of self-directed learning each week. That'll be made up of: › noho › tutorials › extra study and activities that you decide will help your learning. (These may differ from class-to-class).

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Entry criteria: › attend an interview › have previously studied at level 3 or above › pass a pre-entry literacy test at level 3.

Te Ara Reo Māori (He Pī ka Pao) Level 2 Tohu: New Zealand Certificate in Te Reo (Reo Rua) Level 1 & Level 2 Wāhanga A

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Kore utu

Ki te pīrangi ako i te reo Māori, he tīmatanga pai tēnei. Ahakoa he mea kōrero ki te kāinga, ki ngā tamariki, ki te mahi rānei, ka tere mau i a koe te reo, ka mutu, ka māia te kōrero. Kua whaimana Te Ara Reo Māori i ngā tau, ā, kua whāia kētia e ngā tāngata e kaha kitea ana, arā ko ngā kaipānui, ko ngā kaiako, ko ngā tumuaki, me ngā kaipakihi hoki. Tēnā, tahuri mai ki tēnei kaupapa, arohatia te reo, whakamahia te reo kia rere ia te rā!

Ka ako koe mō:

Ka mōhio koe me pēhea:

› › › › ›

› te whakahua tika i ngā kupu Māori, ngā ingoa, me ngā ingoa wāhi › te mihi me te whakapuaki ko wai koe › te mārama me te whai i ngā tikanga › te waiata i ētahi waiata › e māia ake ai te whakamahi kupu Māori › te mārama ki ngā rere māmā.

te whakahua ngā tikanga te whakawhanaungatanga ngā kupu taketake ngā rere māmā.

Nā tēnei mahi, ka ahu pēhea au

Te Reo Māori

Kei te pīrangi ako tonu

Kei te pīrangi whakamahi i taku tohu:

Piki atu ki taumata kē, ki Te Ara Reo Māori Taumata 4, rukuhia rānei kia rumakina koe ki Te Pūtaketanga o te Reo.

He hua pea tō ēnei pūkenga mēnā he mahi tāu ki te ao mātauranga, ki ngā rōpū whakahaere Māori, ki te ao pāpāho, ki te ao tūmatanui rānei.

He pēwhea te ako:

Paearu Uru:

› whakahaerehia he akomanga › whakahaerehia ngā akomanga i ngā mutunga wiki me ngā ahipō › whakahaerehia ngā akoranga ki te reo rua.

Me tae atu ki te hui whakamārama.

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Robbie Neha

Tauira (Student) Certificate in Small Business Management Level 4

Setting up a new business can be a stressful process but Robbie Neha found the help he needed when he enrolled in the Certificate of Small Business Management (CSBM) programme at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. Although he’d been self-employed for eight years, Robbie was in the process of establishing a new film production business with his partner “so I thought I’d upskill myself”. It was a good move, he says. “I’d been putting a business plan together and the course was absolutely amazing. I’ve really just transferred things from the course to our business plan,” he says. “Every step we went through on the course has been positive for the business. It’s not just pie in the sky stuff, it’s all nuts and bolts things which are really helpful, it’s been good.” Robbie says the course focussed on the realities of running your own business, rather than theories and ideas which were of little practical help.

0800 355 553 twoa.ac.nz Information subject to change © Te Wānanga o Aotearoa 2017

Business

Robbie gets his business on course

“The CSBM programme is simple, easy to follow and applies directly to our own business.”

Having completed the programme, Robbie says he’s now interested in learning more.

“Now I’m really motivated to do a diploma in business,” he says. And he’s encouraging others to consider the Certificate of Small Business Management. “I have recommended it to my niece who wants to set up a business. It’s been magical.” Enrol now for 2018


Puna Whakatupu Early Learning

Talk to us today Apakura Te KÄ kano 296 Factory Road, Te Awamutu 07 872 0419 | atk@twoa.ac.nz


Regional Prospectus


Education Certificate in Tū Taua Level 4 36 weeks No fees Whangārei

Nau Mai

Sem A

Tēnā koe,

Tū taua is a traditional Māori martial art that teaches you how to reconnect with your heritage, gain new skills and get fit. Have fun in a safe and relaxed learning environment while you develop a specialised skill set and help to preserve the rich culture and art of the warrior.

We are a proud kaupapa Māori organisation, where the success of our tauira (students) and their whānau (family) is supported with manaakitanga (care) and kotahitanga (unity). People from every background, every level of education, any age and ethnicity are welcomed into our wānanga.

Certificate in Rongoā Māori Appreciation Level 4

I am proud to lead a team of passionate kaimahi (staff) who portray our values every day. We believe in enabling tauira success that leads to whānau transformation through education.

18 weeks No fees Sem A Whangārei, Kaikohe Sem B Whangārei

Our campuses offer a wide range of subjects including Māori & indigenous arts, business, education, Māori language, social services, computing and health and fitness.

This programme introduces you to the uses of indigenous plants that can support wellness. It gives you the ability to recognise, appreciate, and respect rongoā - traditional Māori medicine.

Our flexible study options with no or low fee programmes will enhance your employment opportunities and provide a pathway to higher education to ensure you achieve your full potential. I encourage you to come and experience the kaitiakitanga (responsible care) of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. Ngā mihi Bernard Te Paa Hoe Whakatere Director Te Ihu Takiwā

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Te Arawhānui – Business, Money Management & Leadership


Disruptive by Nature 2016


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Are we serving the real needs of youth? Have we become the status quo?

Can we do more? Disruptive by Nature is a youth-focused wānanga designed to challenge our current thinking and inspire us to consider new possibilities.

Who is it for?

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‘16’

Disruptive by Nature is for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa kaimahi or community members who work with, or have an interest in youth. Whether you are a YG kaiako, kaitiaki, programme designer, recruiter, creative or manager, if you want to be challenged and inspired, Disruptive by Nature won’t disappoint.

What to expect The one-day wānanga will feature interactive workshops and three very exciting speaker lineups including Dr Jeff Duncan-Andrade, JGeeks and Wayne Poutoa.

ZEAL

9 Ward Lane Hamilton 9am – 4pm

Dr Jeff Duncan-Andrade Dr Jeff Duncan-Andrade is a reputable professor, academic and social activist whose pedagogy is acclaimed for producing new levels of social and academic success for students. • Associate Professor of Raza Studies & Education at San Francisco State University • Co-Founder of the Teaching Excellence Network • Founder and Board Chair of Roses in Concreate Community School. [Click image for more]

JGeeks JGeeks are an example of a successful young Māori enterprise that disrupts the way we engage young New Zealanders in Te Reo Māori me ona tikanga. The haka infusion comedy group and YouTube sensation tackle what it means to be a modern ‘Māori boy’ growing up in Aotearoa. [Click image for more]

Wayne Poutoa Fa’amatuainu Wayne Poutoa is a community leader, Samoan Chief, church Pastor and tauira success story who has led powerful community development initiatives including projects to reduce gang recruitment and youth offending. As a recipient of a Vodafone World of Difference Award and a Kiwibank Local Heroes medal, Wayne is a cherished and well-recognised leader within his community and nationally as a Youth Guarantee Kaiwhakahaere Ako for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

Contact

Jade Chase | jade.chase@twoa.ac.nz Teri Curtis | teri.curtis@twoa.ac.nz

[Click image for more]


Disruptive by Nature 2017


5 DECEMBER 2017

WINTEC ATRIUM

HAMILTON

+ + + + REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW OPEN + + + + There are limited spaces so you’ll need to get in quick.

WHAT IS IT? Disruptive by Nature (DBN) is a youth-focused wānanga designed to challenge our current thinking and inspire us to consider new possibilities. DBN also provides an opportunity for kaimahi to: • • • •

Be inspired and re-energise Explore innovative concepts and technologies Offer new insights around rangatahi engagement and resilience Connect with other colleagues

Over 120 kaimahi attended our inaugural DBN conference last year in Hamilton. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive, with the majority of attendees reporting it had a profound impact on their thinking and future practice.

2016

Click on the pics below to check out last year’s line-up

WHAT TO EXPECT?

5 DECEMBER 2017

WINTEC ATRIUM

DR LANCE O’SULLIVAN RICH ROWLEY TURAUKAWA BARTLETT LIVI HIRAWANI JORDAAN TUITAMA MIRIA FLAVELL BEATS BY DJ NATE MC PERE WIHONGI SPEAKER PROFILES TO COME

REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN

The one-day wānanga will feature a range of exciting speakers including young Māori entrepreneurs, leaders in disruptive innovation and technology as well as youth experts. This year’s themes are:

Wayne Poutoa

1. Rangatahi success - young innovators and entrepreneurs 2. Fast forward to the future - disruptive innovation and technology 3. Rangatahi engagement - creative and successful strategies

Dr Jeff DuncanAndrade

WHO IS IT FOR? Disruptive by Nature is for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa kaimahi who work with, or have an interest in, youth and/or innovation. Whether you are a YG kaiako, kaitiaki, leader, programme designer, recruiter, a creative or manager - if you want to be challenged and inspired, Disruptive by Nature won’t disappoint.

JGEEKS

Media Story


ASB Polyfest

Tiki 2.0

or tiki translated into two ives, front and back.

VE SERVICES, 2018

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TWOA CREATIVE SERVICES, 2018

GIVEAWAYS! Come and see us at our Te Wānanga o Aotearoa stand (at the Māori stage or near Gate 2)

HUAREWA Created by

MAGAZINE

March 2018, Issue 4

INSIDE

PROGRAMME INSIDE PG 13

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KIA AROHA

HAKA FUSION

PASSION

CHAT, SNAP & WIN

Displaying who we are culturally to the world

Meet Aniwa Haitana – the dancer of the family

Kaleb Cave channels passion into recruiting role

Your chance to win some awesome prizes

Pg 4

Pg 6

Pg 11

Pg 12

HUAREWA 2018


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Matariki

Te Iwa o Matariki The nine stars of Matariki

Enter to win Matariki - The Star of the Year by Rangi Matamua The ‘wishing star’ is known as

in Māori.

Don’t forget to include your name and contact number – good luck! Competition drawn on 16 July 2018.

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Competition open to enrolled Te Wānanga o Aotearoa students only.

Find out more 0800 355 553 | twoa.ac.nz


Te Iwa o Matariki Puka Ngohe Colouring & Activity Book


Te Matatini

WHAKATIPU PAKIHI

2 WĀHANGA WHAI HUA WHAKATIPU PAKIHI

KO AU TE MATATINI KO TE MATATINI KO AU Ko tā Te Matatini he toro i te whāinga roa mō te

Whakatipu Pakihi. E taea ai e ngā hapori Kapa Haka rerekē, te waihanga i te oranga tonutanga mā ngā mokopuna mō ngā rā e heke mai nei. TOHUTOHU WHAKAATU MAHI

2.1

% te pikinga tahua

2.2

ua piki ake te Rārangi mō te Oranga Tangata

2.3

Te whakapiki i ngā tūhononga ā-rautaki

Pito kōrero: Ko te tohu whakaatu mahi, arā, te performance indicator (PI), he he kōrero poto mō te inenga o ngā otinga angitu. Ka panonitia te PI ki tētahi whāinga SMARTER mā roto i ngā mahi aromatawai.

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TE MATATINI | MAHERE RAUTAKI 2017 - 2027

TE MATATINI | MAHERE RAUTAKI 2017 - 2027

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TE PĪTAU WHAKAREI Te pītau whakarei is the head of te tau ihu, the prow of a waka which carries the ‘pītau’ design. This strategic plan takes its inspiration from this symbol which denotes how Te Matatini navigates its way through the vast ocean of arts. Our role also emulates the spiral pattern of Te Pītau that both embellishes and carries forth the ōhākī or legacies of our tupuna (ancestors). It is also a metaphor that cuts through Hukatai (sea foam) and Rehutai (seaspray) to provide a Tū Ātea – a place for Te Matatini to lead Kapa Haka to a prosperous future. Hukatai – the sea foam generated by the waka in motion symbolises the physical world and the pursuit of knowledge. Rehutai is a metaphor for the waka as it heads out into the sunrise. As the sea foam is thrown up by the bow, the rays of the sun pierce the foam, which represents spiritual enlightenment. This plan is based on all of these positive attributes that emanate from Kapa Haka and leads to ones well-being. As we look to our future horizon we will continue to promote excellence in the traditional Māori performing arts.

7.1

7.2

Present results [objective]

Desired result [smarter objective]

Action plans [strategies and tactics]

Partial ownership and control of distributed Kapa Haka archives currently managed by AKHL

Te Matatini led, rohe enabled management and access to all archives as evidenced by authorised knowledge management audit

Scoping project and needs assessment for the development of a portal for interaction with Māori performing arts.

Distribute scoping report to National Board for discussion.

Negotiate agreement with archive holders and revise criteria as necessary.

AKHL receive an increase in the value of consents by at least (y) annually to 2027

Conduct needs assessment to establish accurate data on consents value

Report to and seek feedback from rohe committees on consents, funding innovations and enhancements

Select priority needs for further development

Develop a costing model to inform consent payment

Gather baseline data

Access business growth data from AKHL

Conduct a return on investment analysis

Explore pay-per-view options for kapa haka archives and develop models and formula for royalty distribution to rights holders.

Implement findings

Conduct audit of current IP and management systems

Select priority needs for further development

Develop archive catalogue and management system

Develop a central digital platform for the management of all IP

AKHL receive (x) for (x) number of consents

Awaiting data

7.3

7.4

Present sales and merchandising

All IP and archives are currently managed manually

Increase national and international consents and contracts value by (y)

Increase sales merchandising value by at least (y)

All IP managed through a central digital platform

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TE MATATINI | STRATEGIC PLAN 2017 - 2027

TE MATATINI | STRATEGIC PLAN 2017 - 2027

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Waitangi ki Manukau 2018


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Programme Resources

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Activity Cards (Landscape) Front

Tamaiti ākona ki te kāinga, tū ki te marae, tau ana

Tamaiti ākona ki te kāinga, tū ki te marae, tau ana © 2017 BBSW

© 2017 BBSW

© 2017 BBSW © 2017 BBSW

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PROGRAMME RESOURCE GUIDELINES V2.JAN 2018

Books

2.JAN 2018

3.11 Magazine covers About: The masthead for a magazine cover will be typed in the Uhi font and include TWoA logo. The main image can be sourced from the TWoA Photo Shelter Library or the Adobe Stock library.

Issue 0001

WAYS to BOOST Your CREATIVITY

THE JOURNEY OF THE CHOSEN

KŌNAE AKO 4

Te Tohu Whakahaere Pūtea Certificate in Money Management

Ngā Pūtea me Ngā Whakangao – Savings and Investments

Oditaspici auta consequis mo ma elescim usandi audions equidenet faccusd. Consequis mo ma elescim usandi audions equidenet faccusd.

Oditaspici auta consequis mo ma elescim usandi audions equidenet faccusd.

Ngā Pūtea me Ngā Wh – Savings and Investme

He mea tuku nā:

KŌNAE AKO 4

He Ara Mā ki te Ao P

Smart Steps to Busine

How To Create Your Dream

How To Create Your Dream

Pursuing well-being as the core of all activities Ostiis aut que pos re rerites

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Copyright © 2017 Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. All rights reserved.

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Copyright © 2017 Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. All rights reserved.

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RONGOĀ MĀORI READINGS CERTIFICATE IN RONGOĀ MĀORI LEVEL 4 TE KETE KŌRERO KI PAE TĀWHITI

NGĀ POUTOKO WHAKARARA ORANGA READINGS - LEVEL 8 BACHELOR OF BICULTURAL SOCIAL WORK YEAR 2 KŌNAE AKO 3

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RAMME RESOURCE GUIDELINES V2.JAN 2018

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A4 workbook samples

Sub title

Certificate in Rongoā Māori Appreciation

Rongoā Māori Pukapuka mā te ākonga

ToiMāori

Level

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Te Puna Mātauranga 320 Factory Rd, PO Box 151 Te Awamutu 3840 0800 355 553 | twoa.ac.nz

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Maunga Kura Toi Pukapuka mā te ākonga

4

Certificate in Foundation Forest Harvesting (Cable logging)

Foundational Forest Harvesting

TWoA Contact information

Angitu

Angitu Bachelor of Māori Art (Raranga)

Level

Programme level number

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Te Puna Mātauranga 320 Factory Rd, PO Box 151 Te Awamutu 3840 0800 355 553 | twoa.ac.nz

ToiMāori

Pukapuka mā te ākonga

Pukapuka mā te ākonga

PROGRAMME RESOURCE GUIDELINES V2.JAN 2018

Level

4

Te Ara Reo Māori

Umanga

Main title

Certificate in Te Ara Reo Māori

Umanga

Programme image

RongoāMāori

nanga o Aotearoa Logo

Programme title

A4 Back cover

RongoāMāori

A4 Front cover

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Te Puna Mātauranga 320 Factory Rd, PO Box 151 Te Awamutu 3840 0800 355 553 | twoa.ac.nz

Level

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Sub title

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5.2 Digital Publication (Interactive PDF) Ngā Waiata He Kohikohinga Waiata / Karakia Māori prayer and songs collection

Introduction Ngā Karakia Ngā Hīmene Ngā Waiata Ngā Kohinga a Rohe

Toitū te Wairua Nā Pānia Papa (Ngāti Koroki-Kahukura) Rangimārie Māori Cultural Group, 1998 Tiaho mai tō aroha Ka pīata te wairua Ka hikitia, ka hāpainga Ka pīata te wairua

Let your love shine As your spirit shines brightly Uplifting and upholding As your spirit shines brightly

Ka hinga ana ngā maunga Toitū rā te wairua Arahina e tō ringa Ka pīata te wairua

Mountains may fall Steadfast still is the spirit Guided by thy hand Your spirit shining brightly

Ahakoa ngā taumaha Ka pīata te wairua Horahia tō mārama Ka pīata te wairua {Chorus)

Despite the upheavel Your spirit shining brightly Spread out your understanding Your spirit shining brightly

I te pō tiwhā, i te awatea Ka pīata te wairua He wai karekare, he wai āio Ka pīata te wairua {Chorus x2)

In the darkness or in the light Shining brightly is the spirit, peaceful waters Shining brightly is the spirit {Chorus x2)

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He Kohikohinga Waiata Karakia He Kohikohinga Waiata / Karakia Māori prayer and songs collection

The thoughts and wisdom of many people have drawn from many strands of space and time, and have gathered together this collection of waiata and karakia. This is a greeting and acknowledgment to the composers of the words and tunes, and to those responsible for the practical aspects of the compilation and publication of this work.

Introduction Ngā Karakia Ngā Hīmene Ngā Waiata Ngā Kohinga a Rohe

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Māori prayer and songs collection

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35 Song of Appreciation 35 Toro Mai Tō Ringa

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