How does a whānau/hapū/kapa haka engage in Te Pou Hono programmes?

Group to identify key personnel

I. Marae Coordinator – Administration
II. Kaiako

  • Personnel to attend a training presentation via zoom
  • The following will need to be completed:
    Application
  • Timetable
  • Contract
You must also provide the following:
  • Legal entity certificate 
  • Bank account details 
  • Tax details (you do not need to be GST registered to engage)
  • Assign a Kaiako:
    Provide a copy of the tohu of the Kaiako that must be level 5 or higher 
  • Mahi Aroha Letter
Pupuaruhe Marae

Whānau of Pupuaruhe Marae

Ngataiwhakarongorua Marae

Ngataiwhakarongorua Marae

What do cohorts need to do?

The cohort have a number of responsibilities that are aligned to the services contract:

  • Complete enrolments
  • There is a minimum number of 12 Tauira & maximum of 35 required
  • Providing a venue to host wānanga
  • Deliver and complete local contextualised content for all assessments
  • Maintain and submit the necessary reporting and assessment documents

Whakapā mai/Contact us

Ngatai Rangihau
National Programme Coordinator for Te Pou Hono and Adult Community Education programmes