NZ2792: New Zealand Diploma in Ngā Toi – Level 6
Duration Total 36 weeks (1 year full-time)
Toi Ururoa is a level 6 NZQA accredited diploma that qualifies students with theoretical, technical and practical knowledge and skills relating to Māori Performing Art in Takitimu supported contexts.
Graduates may progress to Toi Ihorei | New Zealand Diploma in Ngā Toi – Level 7 (not currently being delivered in 2021)
Mixed Programme Delivery Mode
- Tuition / Teaching weeks: 36 weeks
- Number of years: 1 (full-time)
- Teachings hrs / wk: 20 hrs
- Work experience hrs / wk: 9 hrs
- Total Programme Credits 120
There are two intakes per year
- Semester 1: February
- Semester 2: Mid-year intake July
(as at 2022)
Fees Free eligibility apply for first year tertiary students. For more information click here: https://www.feesfree.govt.nz/
Student Loans and allowances available for eligible students. For more information click here: https://www.studylink.govt.nz/
Scholarship applications available on request. For more information email:[email protected]
Additional Course Related Costs: On/Off-Stage Kākahu | Stationery | Textbooks
‘KO TE AMORANGI KI MUA, KO TE HĀPAI Ō KI MURI, TE TŪTURUTANGA MAHI PONO O TE MĀORI MANA MOTUHAKE’
This programme will provide the graduate with the capability to:
Māori Song and Dance (Intermediate)
Study of Māori Composition (Intermediate)
Māori Performing Arts in Tourism (Intermediate)
Arts Administration (Intermediate)
FUTURE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
- Performing Artist
- Whānau, Hapū, Marae development
The admission criteria include:
An audition designed to assess health, fitness, performance disposition and capability.
At least three written or where appropriate, oral character references;
A formal interview.
Level 6 Diploma in New Zealand Qualification Framework Applicants that are 18 years or older at enrollment; and,
a) Demonstrated suitability and capability in Māori Performance or Māori art forms at Level 6; and,
b) A level 5 diploma in Māori Performing arts or in general Performing arts; and,
c) Demonstrated commitment to uphold the kaupapa of Takitimu; and,
d) Have provided a performance portfolio demonstrating evidence of creative practice and process; and,
e) Have provided a Curriculum Vitae outlining educational and employment achievements.
May be granted at the discretion of the Academic Director or designated nominee by the QA group.
- Where there are three assessment in a course, all 3 assessments must be passed.
- Where there are 2 assessment in a course, both assessment must be passed.
Composed by Hayley Maxwell and the late Barry Shirley.
Performed by Koha Milne and Brady Rota