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Our teaching is highly regarded, and our alumni have gone on to achieve great things, sharing their knowledge with pride and integrity. Ultimately, our courses will help you to gain knowledge to grow, nuture and protect our precious taonga, as well as providing you with an excellent foundation for promising career pathways. Your level of background knowledge is no barrier – we welcome beginners and those with more knowledge, of all ages. If you’re not sure what course is right for you, contact us and we can talk you through the options.
Secondary Tertiary Alignment ResourceUnit Standards Level 2
Te Wānanga Whare Tapere o Takitimu is pleased to offer the Māori Performing Arts STAR Programme 2021.
Unit Standards Level 2 – 4
Te Wānanga Whare Tapere o Takitimu is pleased to offer the Māori Performing Arts Gateway Cadetship 2021. This programme will assist students gain skills, experience, and kick-start a career in the exciting Creative Industries.
NZ2791: New Zealand Diploma in Ngā Toi – Level 5
Duration Total 36 weeks (1 year full-time)
Toi Ururangi is a level 5 NZQA accredited diploma that qualifies students with theoretical and practical knowledge and skills relation to Māori Performing Arts in Takitimu supported contexts.
Graduates may progress to Toi Ururoa | NZ2792: New Zealand Diploma in Ngā Toi – Level 6
NZ2792: New Zealand Diploma in Ngā Toi – Level 6
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)
Summer School Programme
Te Kura Raumati – Summer School programme first started in 1989 to provide Rangatahi the opportunity to learn the foundations of Māori Performing Arts in a two-week intense programme.
Performing Arts for After School
Toi Tūranga Holiday Program & Tiaki Tamariki, Māori Performing Arts for After School are for ages 8 years to 14 years.
The program develops tamariki in their skills for learning and retaining Māori Performing Arts in an after-school program, this is supported through play and activities that enhance their understanding of Māori performance from a child’s point of view.
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