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New Zealand Certificate in Whānau Ora
This programme was developed to enable whānau to understand how to support each other and to uplift, listen to, and help each other be successful.
This programme is for those who wish to improve community well-being, using te ao Māori perspectives and a whānau-centred approach, to increase well-being for all.
Graduates of this programme will have knowledge of, and ability to apply Māori tikanga and models of hauora within their whānau and community.
Intensive Literacy and Numeracy Support
Do you, or someone you know, struggle filling in forms or wish you could read books to your tamariki/mokopuna?
We offer an entry level course to improve your literacy and numeracy. This free course supports individuals seeking to build confidence to enter into employment and entry
level education pathways.
The learning is tailored to the individual, building on what you know, and will be in a small group.
Eligibility: Less than 80 NCEA credits or less than 12 Literacy and Numeracy credits.
New Zealand Certificate in Mahinga Kai
The programme topics include the following: food cultivation, food gathering and harvesting, food preparation, and food storage.
The focus on using traditional knowledge and techniques and integrating these with more current knowledge and strategies when working with food. Also keeping the
processes simple and affordable.
This programme is for those who wish to provide healthy, wholesome, low cost food for themselves and their whānau, and who may choose to progress further with working
with food in a range of contexts.
Location Kōkiri Centre – 51 Macandrew Road, South Dunedin Duration Whānau Ora and Mahinga Kai— 20 weeks full-time (Daily 9.30-2.30pm).
Literacy – Flexible attendance for up to 9 hours a week.
Delivery Blended teaching at Kōkiri
Start Date February 2021
Call to enrol on 03 455 5725, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at
51 Macandrew Road to meet the staff and ask any questions you might have.