To broaden our understanding of what, how and why tikanga are established.
Staff, Managers, Businesses owners, Governmental & NGO
- Understanding Tapu and Noa
- Societal roles and structure
- Powhiri Procedures
- Modern and Traditional Tikanga
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to gain insight on how and why tikanga are created and practiced.
4 Hours ► 9.00am - 01.00pm
*Please note: Optional through Zoom or attendance in our Training Room please note when registering.*
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.