Poutuarongo Kaitiakitanga Pūtaiao Bachelor of Environmental Management Three year degree (NZQA Level 7) Residential noho, self-directed and online learning Ōtaki campus March start date 360 credits Te toto o te tangata, he kai, te oranga o te tangata, he whenua – Food supplies the blood of our people, our welfare depends on the land. Turn your passion for nature and science into a career as you deepen your connection to te taiao and hone the skills to become a guardian of our environment. Kaitiakitanga pūtaiao studies explore the roles and responsibilities of tangata whenua to ngā taonga tuku iho (our inherited treasures). It looks at how to uplift and maintain the wellbeing of our environment from a kaupapa Māori perspective and is ideal for anyone wanting to enter the environmental sector or make a significant contribution to the survival of our natural resources from Papatūānuku to Ranginui. Poutuarongo Toiora Whānau Bachelor of Social Work Four year degree (NZQA Level 7) Residential noho, self-directed and online learning Ōtaki campus, Manukau site March start date 480 credits Accredited by the Social Workers Registration Board If you love working with our people and assisting whānau to make positive changes in their lives then turn your passion for helping others into a career in the social services sector; grasping hold of ancestral knowledge to guide you. You will gain the skills and knowledge required to work effectively with Māori to improve the social wellbeing of whānau, hapū and iwi. Drawing on kaupapa tuku iho (inherited values) you will be able to plan and implement measures that contribute to the wellbeing of Māori, their communities and therefore the nation. Toiora Whānau provides a uniquely Māori perspective on whānau wellness. 47 Ngā Poutuarongo

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