- Ancient Waiata
- Modern Waiata
- Whakaritenga: Whakawhanaungatanga – Introduction
- Mai ra ano: Nga Neketanga a Iwi Waka – Iwi Nautical History and Migration Traditions
- Nga Nohotanga a Iwi Waka – Settlement of Iwi in Aotearoa
- Nga Hapu-a Iwi Waka – Tribal Structures of Iwi
- Whakaritenga: Tikanga o Iwi - Customary Practices
- Wairuatanga o Iwi – Spirituality
- Rangatiratanga: Kingitanga
- Rangatira o Iwi
- Rangatiratanga Events
- Karakia: Background of Ancient Prayers of Iwi
- Learning the Prayers and Incantations Iwi Karanga Kawa
- Tauparapara: Learning the background meanings of Tauparapara
- Learning the Actual Tauparapara
- Hanga: Hangaia Nga Waka – Waka Construction
- He Taputapu, He Rakai – General Equipment and Adornments
- Hangaia Nga Wharenui – Wharenui Construction
For more information, please contact George Pearson on 0800 40337 ext 8727, or (03) 2112699 ext 8727, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the successful completion of this programme, it is expected that a graduate will be able gain employment opportunities include working within Māori and non Māori organisations and communities as:
- Cultural advisors, counsellors
- Kaiako, Kaiarahi within total immersion, Kura Kaupapa Māori, Whare Kura and Kohanga Reo
- Specialist experts in specific areas of – weaving, whakairo, waka.
- Translators for Māori Land Court hearings.
For students to be considered to have satisfactorily completed this programme, and be eligible for award of the qualification “Certificate in Te Arataki Manu Korero,” they must have
- attended for not less than 80% of the timetabled class hours and other scheduled learning activities relating to the programme
- completed all scheduled course work requirements and assessments
- successfully completed assessment requirements for all modules and achieved a total of 120 credits.
(Please note: students failing to attend for 80% of timetabled programme hours will forfeit zero fees entitlement.)