Ngā Taonga Tākaro

E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā kārangarangatanga maha, tēnā koutou katoa

 

Kia mau ki ngā taonga tākaro hei ara ki te ao Māori hei taura here ki te oranga tangata, oranga iwi, oranga hapū.

 

 

Proposed qualifications 

 

 

 

Development status

 

 

 

 
 
 
Stage 2 consultation

 

Feedback was sought on the newly drafted unit standards, the New Zealand Certificate in Ngā Taonga Tākaro (Akonga) (Level 3), and the New Zealand Certificate in Ngā Taonga Tākaro (Kaitākaro) (Level 4) qualifications.  Consultation closed 30 January 2015.

 

Level 3 Akonga qualification

 

The Level 3 Akonga qualification will provide the community with individuals who are experienced participants in taonga tākaro initiatives for whānau, hapū and iwi.

 

 

Draft New Zealand Certificate in Ngā Taonga Tākaro (Akonga) (Level 3)                                                                   

 

Level 3 Unit standards

 

The draft unit standards have been developed to be used to create programmes for these qualifications. It is suggested that they are used in conjunction with some existing units – please see pp. 3-4 of the qualification document for further details.

 

Tākaro unit 1, Describe and demonstrate connections to te ao Māori through tākaro (Level 3) (10 credits)

 

Tākaro unit 2, Demonstrate engagement in the philosophies of tākaro (Level 3) (10 credits)

 

Tākaro unit 3, Demonstrate knowledge of practices associated with tākaro (Level 3) (8 credits)

 

Tākaro unit 4, Describe and participate in whanaungatanga through tākaro (Level 3) (8 credits)

 

 

Level 4 Kaitākaro qualification

 

The Level 4 Kaitākaro qualification will provide the community with recognised practitioners who can facilitate taonga tākaro initiatives for whānau, hapū and iwi. 

 

 

Draft New Zealand Certificate in Ngā Taonga Tākaro (Kaitākaro) (Level 4)                                                            

 

Level 4 Unit standards

 

The draft unit standards have been developed to be used to create programmes for these qualifications. It is suggested that they are used in conjunction with some existing units – please see pp. 3-4 of the qualification document for further details.

 

Tākaro unit 1, Demonstrate kaitiaki skills, concepts, and resources for tākaro (Level 4) (10credits)

 

Tākaro unit 2, Promote kaitiaki principles in tākaro to a group (Level 4) (8 credits)

Tākaro unit 3, Promote kaitiaki strategies and variations and officiate in tākaro (Level 4)
(6 credits)

 

Tākaro unit 4, Foster whanaungatanga and whakapapa in tākaro (Level 4) (8 credits)

 

 

Level 5 qualification

 

The draft Level 5 qualification and associated unit standards are still being worked on, and will be put out for consultation at a later date.

 

 

Stage 1 development

 

As submitted to NZQA in July 2013 for Approval to Develop.

 

 

Stage 1: NZ Certificate in Ngā Taonga Tākaro (Akonga) (Level 3) (40 credits)

 

Stage 1: NZ Certificate in Ngā Taonga Tākaro (Kaitākaro) (Level 4) (40 credits)

 

Stage 1: NZ Certificate in Ngā Taonga Tākaro (Kaiako) (Level 5) (40 credits)

 

 

 

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