Ko te tikanga o Te Rōpū Taupuhipuhi Āmio, hei pupuri, te mau i ngā tikanga o te wānanga mahi, o te noho Marae, ā kanohi mai hoki. Ka tautokohia mātou tū atu i ngā mahi ā wānanga, ā noho mai, ki ngā ākonga me ngā kaiaromatawai ki te mahi i ngā arotakenga “Te Ao Māori”. Kei māka e ngā kaiaromatawai i te Reo Māori katoa.
Our Rōpū Taupuhipuhi Āmio / National Mobile Support team provides options for kanohi-ki-te-kanohi (face-to-face) kaupapa Māori approach support through wānanga mahi and noho marae. As needed, we will provide extra support to any ākonga (learners) and ngā kaiaromatawai (assessors) in working with the Te Ao Māori unit standards. Also, our assessors can assess in te reo Māori if requested.
To contact us email: firstname.lastname@example.org
See our 2023 Noho Marae schedule
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We know it can be a challenge to juggle study, work, whānau, whare and maybe community, marae, iwi, cultural or even sports activities. We are here to support you as you navigate your studies alongside life in your world.
Please don’t be whakamā | shy to contact for tautoko | support or if you have a query and you aren’t sure who to ask, email: email@example.com.
Learning to Learn resources
Our Learning to Learn page provides access to short learning resources that are suitable for those who are new to learning, or have come back to learning after some time away.
Our training support page provides access to resources including:
Here are the dates for upcoming noho marae. Although we will endeavour to keep to these dates and locations, they are dependent on enrolments and securing a marae booking. Dates may therefore vary or become a day only wānganga mahi. When an upcoming noho marae or wānanga mahi is in your area, Careerforce learners will receive an invitation with details.
|South (Te Wai Pounamu):||Invercargill||13 - 15 October 2023|
|Central (Te Ika-a-Māui):||Wellington||18 - 20 August 2023|
|Central (Te Ika-a-Māui):||Hawkes Bay or Gisborne||1 - 3 December 2023|
|North (Te Ika-a-Māui):||Auckland||15 - 17 September 2023|
|Far North (Te Ika-a-Māui):||Hokianga||21 - 23 July 2023|
|Far North (Te Ika-a-Māui):||Ahipara||10 - 12 November 2023|
The Hoe Ngātahi newsletter is sent to learners enrolled with Careerforce in a programme of workplace based learning, who have indicated their Māori heritage. If you don’t receive this newsletter and would like to, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Past copies can be seen below:
Tihē wā Mauri ora!
Tēnei e mihi ake ki ā koutou
Nau mai haere mai
Haere mai ki runga i tēnei Kaupapa o Te Rōpū Taupuhipuhi Āmio
Whakatau mai rā, Whakatau mai rā!
Nei rā mātou e karanga atu nei ki ā koutou te haere mai ki runga i tēnei Kaupapa
Koutou ngā tauira mai i Te Hiku o te Ika tae noa ki Murihiku
Tēnei e mihi ake ki ā koutou nau mai haere mai
Peka mai ki runga o to tātou waka
Nōreira tēna koutou, tēna koutou, tēna tātou katoa.
I sneeze tis the breath of life.
We would like to welcome you.
Welcome on-board Te Rōpū Taupuhipuhi Āmio
We welcome you not once but many.
This is us who calls to you all from the tail of the fish to the bottom of the South.
To come aboard our waka.
I mihi to you all not once, not twice but many times.