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Basic Māori Language Course for Organisations

Me Upoko Pakaru - Kia Rite!

This programme is for organisations needing basic language training in order to meet the 'comfortable' stage of Te Arawhiti's Whāinga Amorangi model. 

By the end of this programme, participants will be able to:
          -     say a basic pepeha (mihi) to introduce themselves
          -     say a basic karakia which can be used to start a meeting
          -     pronounce basic Māori words correctly
          -     use basic greetings in and around the office
          -     talk about the status of the Māori language and why it is important
          -     use a range of strategies to learn language.

  

 
We value manaakitanga, quality, integrity, and professionalism.

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Education | Language

AKO PANUKU
Mā te mahi tahi, ko te eke panuku, ko te ako panuku!

Supporting and building the expertise of Māori teachers nationally to acknowledge and value their contribution to improving outcomes for Māori students.

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Capability | Communications

PRODUCTIVITY COMMISSION INQUIRY
A fair chance for all: Breaking the disadvantage cycle

Haemata has been engaged by the Productivity Commission to elicit Māori feedback to the preparation of the Terms of Reference for their inquiry into the drivers of persistent disadvantage in Aotearoa New Zealand.

View the webinar 

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Communication | Language

AOTEAROA NZ'S HISTORIES
Me mātai whakamuri, kia anga whakamua

In partnership with Capiche we're supporting the introduction of the new Aotearoa NZ's histories curriculum and Te Takanga o te Wā.

 

 

Delivering high-quality services for over 20 years.

 

 

Pūmanawa Mahi

Pūmanawa Mahi brings Clients and Contractors together to work on a range of different projects. Whether you are after an individual or a multi-disciplinary team, Pūmanawa Mahi provides the platform to help.

Haemata Ako | Online Courses

Online and hybrid courses on Te Tiriti o Waitangi and te reo Māori. More courses coming...

Mauri mahi, mauri ora!