Manaaki Tangata is a one-day wānanga that presents a Māori model of practice, highlighting fundamental aspects important for Maori wellness and interactions.
What will be covered?
- It covers knowledge and skills from a Te Ao Māori framework, to have an understanding around working with Māori whānanu and utilising early intervention strategies (to prevent crises such as self-harm and suicide) through practices that promote oranga (wellbeing) for whānau.
- There is no cost to attend however, you will need to complete the Tangata Ihi introductory course first, to prepare you for the wānanga.
- A basic level of Te Reo Māori is recommended.
wĀNANGA and Events
Stay tuned for upcoming wānanga and events…
Mar 31 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Manaaki Tangata– presents a Māori model of practice, highlighting fundamental aspects important for Māori wellness and interactions, that can be applied to whānau health and suicide prevention. This one-day wānanga is the first part of the Manaaki Ora suite of Cultural wānanga. The Manaaki Tangata wānanga also has an online module to complete as part ...
Apr 22 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
A one-day wānanga that provides an exploration of important concepts and practices from kaumātua kōrero, encouraging participants to evaluate concepts within their own professional practice.