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Te Pou Hono ki Taiao (Level 4)

Te Pou Hono ki Taiao (Level 4)

Level of Study: 
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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

The is a 40 credit programme that provides tauira with a broad range of skills and knowledge to develop, support and fully participate in te taiao initiatives within marae communities (or equivalent) by demonstrating:

  1. Mana Atua through examining kaitiakitanga in relation to Atua Māori and te taiao. They will also look at the impact of colonisation and legislation on te taiao in marae communities (or equivalent).
  2. Mana Whenua through discussing key landmarks, their significance and protection considerations, and describing the interface between resource management protocols and tikanga and kawa.
  3. Mana Tangata through examining the customary uses of local plants and animals typically found in coastal/estuarine/river waterways, and explaining the ecological impacts of environmental and/or climate change on te taiao, developing a project plan to address the impacts.
  4. Mana Rangatira through evaluating and describing how Māori connect to the ngahere, and examining and describing uses of rongoā Māori.

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COURSE DETAILS
Location/s: 
Marae-centred, National
Start Date: 
05/01/2018
Intake Details :

Programme can be either 14, 16, 18 or 36 weeks duration. 

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:

  • Diploma in Iwi Environmental Management and Trusteeship (Level 5) [AI2040a]
  • Certificate in Conservation and Environmental Management (Level 5) [NT4624]
  • Heke Kaitiakitanga Pūtaiao (Level 5) [109658]
  • New Zealand Diploma in Environmental Management (Level 5) [2964]
  • Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management (Level 7) [ST5258]
  • Bachelor of Iwi Environmental Management (Level 7) [AI2040]

 

Course Code: PTA001
Course Type: Core
Course Title: Mana Atua – Taiao
Description:

Tauira will demonstrate Mana Atua through examining kaitiakitanga in relation to Atua Māori and te taiao, They will also look at the impact of colonisation and legislation on te taiao in marae communities (or equivalent).



Course Code: PTA002
Course Type: Core
Course Title: Mana Whenua – Taiao
Description:

Tauira will demonstrate Mana Whenua through discussing key landmarks, their significance and protection considerations, and describing the interface between resource management protocols and tikanga and kawa.



Course Code: PTA003
Course Type: Core
Course Title: Mana Tangata – Taiao
Description:

Tauira will demonstrate Mana Tangata through examining the customary uses of local plants and animals typically found in coastal/estuarine/river waterways, and developing a project plan on the ecological impacts of environmental and/or climate change on te taiao.



Course Code: PTA004
Course Type: Core
Course Title: Mana Rangatira – Taiao
Description:

Tauira will demonstrate Mana Rangatira through evaluating and describing how Māori connect to the ngahere, and examining and describing uses of rongoā Māori.