Kaitiaki Ahurea: Enhancing Access & Choice in Māori Communities

KIA HIWA RĀ! KIA HIWA RĀ!

He karanga tēnei ki ngā roopu, ngā hāpori o ngā Iwi, o ngā hapū, ngā whānau o te motu.

Nau mai haere mai ki ngā wānanga, Kaitiaki Ahurea e whai ake te tūhononga ngā tikanga noho e tino mate nui ki ngā tangata Māori.

Enhancing Access & Choice in Māori Communities: Kaitiaki Ahurea

If you are a professional/kaimahi working in mental health, addiction, or primary care in Māori communities or with Māori whānau, and you are looking for a professional development opportunity to enhance your engagement with Māori. You will be interested in Kaitiaki Ahurea, a free three-day wānanga that is NZQA level 2 accredited being delivered at local Marae in 2020.

The course consists of:

Wānanga Timatanga (Two days) – where whanaungatanga, ako (learning) and kōrero will take place

Wānanga Whakaotinga (One day ) – where participants (in groups) will present their understandings from the two days of learning, as part of their overall course assessment

Kōrero from previous participants:

The overall training reinforced the importance of relationships and that there is never a one size fits all approach

The programme activities were strength-based and reinforced positive, strong Māori role models

Organisations have to offer better cultural training for its staff, just like Kaitiaki Ahurea

 Dates:

Wānanga 1 18 & 19th Feb Kaitaia
Wānanga 2 17 & 18th March Whangarei
Wānanga 3 21 & 22nd April West Auckland
Wānanga 4 19 & 20th May Manurewa, Auckland
Wānanga 5 2 & 3rd June Hamilton
Wānanga 6 30th – 1st July Whanganui
Wānanga 7 11th & 12th August Hastings
Wānanga 8 18th & 19th August Wellington
Wānanga 9 15th & 16th September Palmerston North
Wānanga 10 3rd & 4th Nov Nelson

 

If you are interested to learn more about this course, please contact Valerie Williams – valerie.williams@terauora.com or for registration enquires contact, Tracey Brown – tracey.brown@terauora.com.

Register now to attend, Kaitiaki Ahurea near you!! Karawhiua e whānau mā!! Mauri Ora