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MAORI TRADE TRAINING CERTIFICATE IN TRADE TECHNOLOGY (CARPENTRY) (LEVEL 3) CERTIFICATE IN TIKANGA MAORI (HE PAPA TIKANGA) (LEVEL 3)

WINTEC AND TE WANANGA o AOTEAROA (TWoA) ki te rohe o Tainui Wintec and TWoA have teamed up together to help you enhance your Tikanga Maori and get the skills and qualifications you need to do a modern apprenticeship in carpentry, get a job within the building and construction industry or do further study. Zero programme fees

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Duration Where

Starts Fees

35 weeks full-time Wintec Avalon Campus, Hamilton and TWoA - ki Tainui rohe, Raroera Campus Mid March 2009 Zero programme fees

The Ma-ori Trade Training Programme allows you to study towards both the Certificate in Trade Technolgy (Carpentry) (Level 3) and the Certificate in Tikanga Ma-ori (He Papa Tikanga) (Level 3). Both programmes are integrated to include theory, practice and work experience within a noho marae and wananga environment incorporating te reo and tikanga. CERTIFICATE IN TRADE TECHNOLOGY (CARPENTRY) (LEVEL 3) This programme will teach you about the correct and safe use of hand tools, portable electric tools and woodworking machines common to construction sites. You will use these skills to work on full-size building projects. A Level 1 First Aid Certificate, which is required for legal access to an increasing number of construction sites, also forms part of this programme.

CERTIFICATE IN TIKANGA MAORI (HE PAPA TIKANGA) (LEVEL 3)

ENTRY CRITERIA

This programme will develop your understanding and appreciation of the Ma-ori world view and how it functions within New Zealand and international societies. You will learn how to apply the concepts in your home, workplace and community. You will also learn about iwi development and study basic te reo Ma-ori.

Open entry, although students must demonstrate a reasonable likelihood of success. To meet legal and health requirements, candidates must be physically able to carry out the practical components of the programme. ADDITIONAL SUPPORT

The programme includes: • Whakawhanaungatanga - genealogy and identity • Te Reo Ma-ori me nga- tikanga: An introduction • Values and belief systems • Whakaaro Ma-ori • Whakaaro Ma-ori as expressed in NgaKo-rero o Nehera• Whakaaro Ma-ori as expressed in Whakatauki • Aotearoa / New Zealand Society: World views • Aotearoa / New Zealand Society: The influence of the media • Po-whiri and Whakatau • Aotearoa / New Zealand Society: The role of Te Ao Ma-ori • Contextual Studies: Tikanga Ma-ori within a selected environment

This programme has been developed in collaboration with The Waikato Raupatu Lands Trust (WRLT). WRLT will provide work experience on Waikato Tainui Marae for the programme participants as well as financial assistance for registered Waikato Tainui tribal members. ENQUIRIES For further information please contact: Wintec on 0800 2 wintec (0800 2 946832) or online at www.wintec.ac.nz/contact. TWoA on 0800 355 553 or online at www.twoa.ac.nz.

One day a week will be available for work experience and on successful completion of the programme you will be able to seek a training agreement (apprenticeship) with a builder. The programme includes: Practical training including full size house construction • Industrial safety • Carpentry theory • Estimation of quantities • First Aid Certificate • Industrial work experience • Correct and safe use of tools and woodworking machines

Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure the content of this flyer is correct at the time of printing. The fee guideline is applicable to NZ citizens and permanent residents. Reorder WT0115/0901

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