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Te Wānanga Whare Tapere o Takitimu is pleased to offer the Māori Performing Arts STAR Programme 2021.
Schools are funded to place students on tertiary level or non-conventional subject courses while still attending school. This programme will assist students gain skills, experience, and kick-start a career in the exciting Creative Industries. They’ll also gain unit standards and make professional contacts that can help open doors to a wide range of stimulating jobs and careers in the entertainment business.
STAR – Secondary Tertiary Alignment Resource, offers short courses which lead to industry unit standard qualifications. STAR responds to students’ needs, education, training, or employment.
It supports students to explore career pathways and help them make informed decisions about their schooling and future work or study.
Each school holiday students will be onsite training alongside and with industry qualified kaiako.
Students will experience the daily life of a Kahurangi Māori Dance Theatre performer and follow their demanding schedule.
Enrolments for the STAR will be made by the schools STAR Coordinator. On receipt of the first enrolment a signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) will be sent to the schools Coordinator within 10 working days. This will cover the academic year.
If you are interested in doing a STAR course speak to your School STAR Coordinator.
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