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NCEA brochures and videos
A range of publications and resources are produced by NZQA, including brochures to support student, whānau, and community understanding of NCEA.
NCEA brochures are available for schools to order (DOC, 1.1MB) and distribute to students and their parent community. Any of these brochures can also be requested by contacting the Communications team.
There are also NCEA brochures available in other languages from the Ministry of Education that can be used to support refugee communities who do not speak English as a first language.
Secondary school and NCEA
Understanding NCEA (PDF, 1.3MB) - for secondary school students and parents
|If you'd prefer, you can watch a short animation on how NCEA works.|
A brochure is also available for international students considering studying NCEA in New Zealand (PDF, 518KB).
Te Waharoa brochure - National Certificate in Māori (PDF, 434KB) - The first national qualification to recognise a broad range of Māori skills and knowledge from Putaiao to Māori Performing Arts
Enhancing Mātauranga Māori and Global Indigenous Knowledge - A collaboration of intellectual discourse by Māori and indigenous scholars on transitioning mātauranga Māori and indigenous knowledge into the 21st century.
Conversations on Mātauranga Māori - A collection of critical essays that helps refine our understanding and descriptions of mātauranga Māori.
Book of Proceedings - Hui Mana Tohu Matauranga Conference, Waiwhetu Marae, 24 June 2009. Drawing from the last two or three decades of Māori social, cultural, educational and economic development, Hui Mana Tohu Mātauranga touched upon a range of relevant and related themes and topics.
|NZQA Strategic Management Team (PDF, 950KB) - who's who at NZQA.|