Karanga and whaikōrero courses offered in Ōtaki and Auckland

May 06, 2019

Update Friday 31 May:

Due to insufficient numbers we will no longer be running Karanga and Tū Whaikōrero in Ōtaki.

For Manukau, Auckland we will not be offering Tū Whaikōrero but Karanga will go ahead.

Thank you for your interest in these courses, we will be looking at offering both these qualifications in Ōtaki early 2020.


 

Study Poupou Karanga or Tū Whaikōrero and develop the confidence to stand as a kaikaranga or kaikōrero on your marae, kura or workplace.

For women Poupou Karanga will take you on a beautiful journey drawing on values, morals and lessons from pūrākau of our atua wāhine.  You will develop a deep appreciation of this traditional art form.

For men Poupou Tū Whaikōrero will allow you to develop an understanding and practice of the origins, functions, components and etiquette of whaikōrero that will strengthen, invigorate and reinforce the integrity of the paepae.

Key information:

- Poupou Tū Whaikōrero: level 5 NZQA approved certificate
- Poupou Karanga: level 4 NZQA approved certificate
- Starting 15 June in Ōtaki, delivered over four 2 day residential seminars on weekends
- Starting 12 July in Manukau, Auckland, delivered over four 2-3 day residential seminars on weekends
- Zero fees

Limited places are available, apply online today to secure your spot!

Download information pack:

pdf Tū Whaikōrero - Ōtaki (3.21MB)

pdf Karanga - Ōtaki (1.24MB)

pdf Tu Whaikōrero - Auckland (3.21MB)

pdf Karanga - Auckland (1.24MB)

 

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