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Kaitiaki Ahurea – Micro Credential II Online Wānanga #3

July 17, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Nau piki mai, nau kake mai.

Kaitiaki Ahurea is an NZQA accredited Level 2 Micro Credential training course.

It offers the opportunity to improve effective engagement in Māori Communities, knowledge and leadership skills for people who are working with Māori communities.

This course is offered to everyone who has a specific interest in enhancing Māori Health outcomes.

The course includes the following:

  •  Māori Cultural Principles; Cultural dimensions of illness and well-being;
  • Historical perspectives;
  • Māori perspectives of Health ;
  • New Zealand Public Health Policy;
  • New Zealand Health Frameworks;
  • Identifying Challenges
  • Key aspects in Health delivery to Māori communities.

Desired Learning Outcomes: To increase knowledge and understanding of health from a Māori Cultural context. To establish tools and skills to implement activities appropriate for Māori communities.

Time Commitment:

Wānanga will involve two days for learning and a one day follow-up for assessments .

Professional Development Hours: 20 hours (including assessment);

Self-directed learning: 10 hours

TOTAL: 30 HOURS

Facilitators:

  • Katene Paenga(Te Rau Ora Kaumātua)
  • Sarah Kinred (Course Facilitator)
  • Zena Nicholls(Course Facilitator)
  • Cory James(Course Facilitator)

Course Information & Registrations – Fay Rhind: Email – fay.rhind@terauora.com

REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL – . Karawhiua!

Venue

Online
New Zealand

Organiser

Te Whare Whakangungu
Email
fay.rhind@terauora.com

Nau piki mai, nau kake mai.

Kaitiaki Ahurea is an NZQA accredited Level 2 Micro Credential training course.

It offers the opportunity to improve effective engagement in Māori Communities, knowledge and leadership skills for people who are working with Māori communities.

This course is offered to everyone who has a specific interest in enhancing Māori Health outcomes.

The course includes the following:

  •  Māori Cultural Principles; Cultural dimensions of illness and well-being;
  • Historical perspectives;
  • Māori perspectives of Health ;
  • New Zealand Public Health Policy;
  • New Zealand Health Frameworks;
  • Identifying Challenges
  • Key aspects in Health delivery to Māori communities.

Desired Learning Outcomes: To increase knowledge and understanding of health from a Māori Cultural context. To establish tools and skills to implement activities appropriate for Māori communities.

Time Commitment:

Wānanga will involve two days for learning and a one day follow-up for assessments .

Professional Development Hours: 20 hours (including assessment);

Self-directed learning: 10 hours

TOTAL: 30 HOURS

Facilitators:

  • Katene Paenga(Te Rau Ora Kaumātua)
  • Sarah Kinred (Course Facilitator)
  • Zena Nicholls(Course Facilitator)
  • Cory James(Course Facilitator)

Course Information & Registrations – Fay Rhind: Email – fay.rhind@terauora.com

REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL – . Karawhiua!

Venue

Online
New Zealand

Organiser

Te Whare Whakangungu
Email
fay.rhind@terauora.com