Te Pou Hono ki Wairua

This level 4 programme provides tauira with 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). 

 

Tauira will also be able 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).

 

What you will Study

  • This marae-centred programme is intended for people who are seeking to develop a broad range of skills required to support and participate in the practice of wairua within the marae communities.
  • The qualification meets the needs of whānau, hapu, iwi and other Māori organisations wanting to grow capacity, capability, and knowledge within their communities to manage, lead and sustain the practice of wairua in their marae communities.

 

What you will Learn

  • A range of communication skills relevant to the practice of wairua within marae communities. Participate in broad operational and theoretical knowledge with the practice of wairua within marae communities in familiar and sometimes unfamiliar situations.
  • Participate in broad operational and theoretical knowledge with the practice of wairua within marae communities in familiar and sometimes unfamiliar situations.
  • Reflect on and evaluate own practices of wairua within marae communities.

 

Requirements to engage in Te Pou Hono Programmes

Start Date
Dates
On demand
Duration
Duration
Options include 12, 14, 16, 18, 36 weeks
Commitment
Commitment
Weekend noho, wānanga and self-directed learning as per cohort preference
Applications Close
Applications close
On demand
Campus Location
Locations
Available nationally based on demand
Requirements
Requirements
Min age 17. Open entry. A desire to develop and empower marae communities
Pathway
Pathway to
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Fees
Fees
Tuition fees free

PWM001 Mana Atua – Wairua

Course type:  Core

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

PWM002 Mana Whenua – Wairua

Course type:  Core

  • 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).

PWM003 Mana Tangata – Wairua

Course type:  Core

  • 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.

PWM004 Mana Rangatira – Wairua

Course type:  Core

  • 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.

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School of Iwi Development
Head of School - Ngatai Rangihau

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