Te Rau Ora: Kaitiaki Ahurea II Wānanga ki Taupo Region 10 & 11 May 2021
Te Rau Ora Kaitiaki Ahurea Team would like to invite you, your whānau, your colleagues who have a specific interest in enhancing Māori Health outcomes to attend a Two-Day Wānanga held on the, 10 & 11 of May 21 at Te Rangiita Marae, Nukuhau Taupo, that can strengthen relationships working alongside whānau Māori and communities.
About this Event
Kaitiaki Ahurea is an NZQA accredited Level 2 Training Course. This training offers the opportunity to improve effective engagement in Māori communities, gain knowledge and understanding, strengthening leadership skills for kaimahi working with Māori whānau.
The course includes the following:
- Māori Cultural Principles; Cultural dimensions of illness and well-being
- Historical perspectives
- Māori perspectives of Health
- New Zealand Public Health Policy
- New Zealand Health Frameworks
- Identifying Challenges
- Key aspects in Health delivery to Māori communities
Desired Learning Outcomes
To increase knowledge and understanding of health from a Māori Cultural context. To establish tools and skills to implement activities appropriate for Māori communities.
Wānanga will involve two DAY wānanga for learning and a one-day follow-up assessments via zoom.
Professional Development Hours: 20 hours (including assessment);
Self-directed learning: 10 hours
TOTAL: 30 HOURS
Valerie Williams (Te Rau Ora Pouwhakahaere Workforce & Innovation, Training & Education) MN Masters Nursing (Mental Health Endorsement)
Sarah (Hera) Kinred (Te Rau Ora Kaitiaki Mātauranga Māori, Te Hau Maia) PG Bicultural Professional Supervision; Grad Dip Te Reo Māori; Grad Dip Māori Leadership and Business; Dip Tertiary Teaching
Witeria (Witi) Ashby (Te Rau Ora Kaumātua)
Course Information - Valerie Williams: [email protected]
Registrations - Tracey Brown: [email protected]
REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL
Free registrations. Limited spaces so register now. Karawhiua!