Te Pou Hono
Te Pou Hono
This suite of marae-centred courses are designed to support whānau, hapū and iwi as marae to revitalise and strengthen all aspects of Te Ao Māori through the context of their own unique local lenses.
Community Education
Adult Community Education
These courses provide foundation knowledge and skills centred on your marae and its cultural uniqueness. Marae representatives must attend Te Apa Marae Kura presentation to register their marae for the programme.
Kai Oranga L3
Kai Oranga (Kaupae Tuatoru)
This level 3 programme will teach you to grow your own healthy food for your whānau and your marae and pass this knowledge on to others.
Kai Oranga L4
Kai Oranga (Kaupae Tuawhā)
This level 4 programme focuses on food sustainability, and management, as well as empowering Māori to exercise control over all facets of the food that they grow, eat and manage.
Pūtake Taiao
Pūtake Taiao
This level 4 certificate in environmental sustainability provides graduates with a solid grounding in Te Ao Māori, sustainable living theory and practice. Students develop skills in Mātauranga Māori and contemporary science fields.  They use these skills to examine local and global issues regarding environmental management, social well-being and economic opportunity.
Te Aka Pūtaiao
Te Aka Pūtaiao (Kaupae 5)
The level 5 certificate in environmental energy programme provides students with the skills and knowledge to examine traditional and contemporary models of environmental science.
Te Pōkaitahi Reo Levels 1 to 6
Te Pōkaitahi Reo Levels 1 to 6
Graduates of these programmes will understand and be aware of te reo that can be used amongst whānau, hapū, iwi and the community as well as in employment.
Wai Ora Level 3
Wai Ora (Kaupae 3)
This level 3 program will provide the skills and knowledge to understand and apply sustainability practices to coastal and freshwater bodies based on mātauranga Māori within local environments.
Wai Ora Level 4
Wai Ora (Kaupae 4)
Graduates of this Level 4 programme will be able to further their skills and knowledge to provide broad strategies to protect and manage freshwater and marine bodies for the benefit of their own marae, whānau, hapū and iwi.

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