Introduction to the Treaty of Waitangi as Treaty Partners
Thu 11 August 9:00am - 1:00pm
Business South Inc, Level 3, 442 Moray Place, Dunedin or via Zoom
This brief yet informative course is designed to introduce The Treaty of Waitangi within a modern context and understand why it is important to uphold in the ever changing landscape of New Zealand/Aotearoa.

LEARNING OBJECTIVE
To understand treaty obligations as participating treaty partners.

DESIGNED FOR
Staff, Managers, Businesses owners, Governmental & NGO

LEARNING CONTENT
  • To overview of the events around and leading up to the signing of The Treaty Of Waitangi and Te Whakaputanga.
  • A brief history of The Treaty of Waitangi in the NZ GOVT.
  • “The 3 Ps" and an analysis of what they mean in context of our organizations.

LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to understand where we stand in context to the Treaty of Waitangi and the nature of the obligations some hold to the treaty.

DURATION 
4 Hours ► 9.00am - 01.00pm 

DELIVERY
*Please note: Optional through Zoom or attendance in our Training Room please note when registering.*

FACILITATOR
Richard (Richie) Ratahi from Richard Joseph & Associates

Richard has had a background in tertiary and Māori education since before he left his kura kaupapa, Te Kura Whakapumau in 2009. He has lectured Reo classes for Te Wananga O Aotearoa and facilitated a Whanau Ora Certificate through Otago Polytech aswell as led community based initiatives along side local Māori in and outside of Dunedin. Richard's strengths lie in his ability to navigate both Te Ao Māori (the Māori realm) and Te Ao Hurihuri (the ever changing modern world) and delivering workshops with enthusiasm and understanding. His services as a Māori cultural consultant embellish his goal for connecting communities and kotahitanga (Unity). Ma tou rourou, ma toku rourou ka ora ai te iwi
With your resources and my resources, we will all flourish.
Member
$395.00 + GST
Non-Member
$495.00 + GST
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