Workshops & Seminars

Professional & Community Development

These workshops are designed to identify potential and provide an understanding of how communication can impact whānau using aspects of Te Ao Māori. They can be delivered onsite at He Waka Tapu, or your place depending on the numbers.

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Ngā Kākano

Over the three Ngā Kākano sessions, you will explore how to nurture growth and reach the goals you’ve set for yourself and your whānau, and discover how to recognise potential, and how to put plans in place to achieve your goals.

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Whakawhitinga

This six week program is for rangatahi, to help them understand their behaviour, and the impact it’s having on them and their whānau. It will be delivered using narrative kōrero, and various analogy’s and provides strategies to shift their thinking.

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#Wer

The #WeR workshop is about supporting rangatahi to recognise their thoughts, feelings and behaviours. They will also venture into the heart of what’s causing an unbalance in their wellbeing, and listen to lived experiences.

Workshops & Seminar Information

Ngā Kākano

Ngā Kākano

Ngā Kākano is a series of professional development interactive workshops, that explore how you can nurture growth and reach the goals you’ve set for yourself and your whānau. They will be delivered using references of whakataukī, narrative kōrero and the whakapapa kōrero of those who have walked and still walk their journeys today.

Over the three sessions, you will discover how to recognise potential, be able to interpret ‘me aro koe ki te hā’ whakataukī, learn different styles of communication, and how to put plans in place to achieve your goals.

The whakaaro behind Ngā Kākano and having the hongi featured across the series is all about being kanohi ki te kanohi (in person, face to face), sharing the breath of life and understanding each other’s dreams/aspirations.

Session 1: Whakatipu
What does potential mean to you? How do you encourage growth? These questions are answered in the session Whakatipu, using the analogy of being the kākano and growing throughout your journey.

Session 2: Hā
In this session, you’ll gain an understanding of what living the breath of life means in terms of Te Ao Māori, and explore how communication can build relationships, not only with whaiora but also with colleagues.

Session 3: Moemoeā
The Moemoeā session will provide the tools you need to discover your dreams and aspirations without the influence of others. You will also kōrero about different types of plans to achieve particular goals, including how to use a combination of plans to suit whānau.

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Whakawhitinga
#Wer

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