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Te Pou Hono ki Wairua (Level 4)

Te Pou Hono ki Wairua (Level 4)

Level of Study: 
04
PROGRAMME OVERVIEW
This programme will not be offered in 2018.

This is a 40 credit programme that provides tauira with a a broad range of skills and knowledge to develop, support and fully participate in wairua initiatives within marae communities (or equivalent). They will also take responsibility for their own learning and be able to apply knowledge fundamental to marae communities (or equivalent). The aim of the programme is also to provide tauira the opportunity to demonstrate:

  • Mana Atua through describing the origin story and belief system of their wairua practice.
  • Mana Whenua through reflecting on the practices of a wairua practice including karakia, describing changes of this belief system, and the connection with the marae community (or equivalent).
  • Mana Tangata through reflecting on key people and events associated with a specific wairua practice within the marae community (or equivalent) and explaining and performing waiata/waiata tawhito from the wairua practice.
  • Mana Rangatira through reflecting on the leadership of a specific wairua practice and developing a plan to build its capacity and capability within the marae community (or equivalent).
COURSE DETAILS
Location/s: 
Marae-centred, National
Start Date: 
TBC
Intake Details :

Programme can be either 12, 13, 14, 16, 18 or 36 weeks

Delivery Mode:
Noho marae, Mixed Mode, Other
Total Fee for 2018:
NIL

N.B. For more information regarding fees, please see our fees page.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Entry is open to applicants who meet the following requirements:

Minimum Age: 
16 years
Minimum Qualification/s: 

Open Entry

Additional Qualifications:

It is expected that applicants:

  • have a desire to develop and empower marae communities and
  • may be required to attend an interview, or if one lives at some distance from Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi campuses, and/or complete a telephone interview.
Further Study:

Graduates will be able to pathway to:

  • Poumanawa Matauranga Aotearoa (Level 7) [PC3061]
  • Bachelor of Mātauranga Māori (Level 7) [AW1316]
  • Te Pou Tautoko i te Ora (Kaupae 5)/NZ Diploma in Social Services (Level 5) [2876]
  • Ngā Poutoko Whakarara Oranga Bachelor of Bicultural Social Work (Level 7) [3168]
  • Bachelor of Social Work - Te Tohu Paetahi Tu Tangata (Level 7) [3296]
Course Code: PWA001
Course Type: Core
Course Title: Mana Atua – Wairua
Description:

Tauira will be able to describe the origin story and belief system of their wairua practice.



Course Code: PWA002
Course Type: Core
Course Title: Mana Whenua – Wairua
Description:

Tauira will be able to reflect on the practices of a wairua practice including karakia, describe changes of this belief system, and the connection with the marae community (or equivalent).



Course Code: PWA003
Course Type: Core
Course Title: Mana Tangata – Wairua
Description:

Tauira will be able to reflect on key people and events associated with a specific wairua practice within the marae community (or equivalent) and explain and perform waiata/ waiata tawhito from the wairua practice.



Course Code: PWA004
Course Type: Core
Course Title: Mana Rangatira – Wairua
Description:

Tauira will be able to reflect on the leadership of a specific wairua practice and develop a plan to build its capacity and capability within the marae community (or equivalent).