Qualification Overview

Te Reo Maori Title Te Mana Kaitiaki o Ngā Taonga Tuku Iho (Kaupae 4)
Qualification Title New Zealand Certificate in Maori Heritage and Wahi Tapu (Kaupae 4)
Matauranga Maori Qualification
Qualification Type Certificate
Level 4
Credits 90
Subject Area
  • Society and Culture » Studies in Human Society » Tikanga - Maori Customs
  • Maori » Environment Maori » Wāhi Tapu
Strategic Purpose Statement
This qualification is intended for whānau, hapū, and others who work in the area of resource management, specifically in the protection and management of Māori heritage, including wāhi tapu and wāhi tūpuna; and are seeking a formal qualification to work independently at an intermediate level.
The purpose of the qualification is to provide whānau, hapū, iwi, hapori and other entities with graduates who are able to fulfil kaupapa Māori based advocacy roles and activities at an intermediate level. Te iwi Māori and Aotearoa will benefit from having graduates who are able to provide, from an āhuatanga Māori perspective, the skills and knowledge to protect and manage Māori heritage and sites of significance to Māori - cultural and spiritual - for the benefit of current and future generations.
Graduates of this qualification will understand the value of Māori heritage and sites of significance, and will be able to use their skills and knowledge based on whanaungatanga, kaitiakitanga, te pono me te tika, tūrangawaewae, pūkengatanga and rangatiratanga to independently apply the tools available for their protection and management.
Graduate profile
Graduates of this qualification will be able to:
* Communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders, whānau, hapū, and iwi, and apply strategies to foster whanaungatanga and manage relationships.
* Manage sites of significance to Māori and taonga tūturu in a manner that is pono me te tika and in accordance with relevant legislation.
* Exercise kaitiakitanga to ensure mātauranga-ā-whānau/ā-hapū is paramount in the care and management of sites of significance to whānau and/or hapū, and taonga tuku iho.
* Identify sites of significance as tūrangawaewae, and explain their cultural significance to whānau and/or hapū to maintain and enhance the mātauranga of our tīpuna.
* Exercise rangatiratanga to protect and manage Māori heritage sites of significance to whānau and/or hapū.
* Demonstrate pūkengatanga in the use of technology to gather and store data and information, and to determine the archaeological and Māori values of a site.
Education pathways
This qualification may lead to Rumakihia te Taiao (Kaupae 6) [Ref: 2347], or other Level 5 mātauranga Māori qualifications.
Entry Requirements
There are no mandatory prerequisites to meet regulatory body, or legislative requirements for this qualification.
Education Organisation No organisations currently offer this qualification.
Developed By New Zealand Qualifications Authority
Quality Assured By New Zealand Qualifications Authority
Number 2345
Status Current
Created 2015-03-13 12:54:09.0
Next Review 2019-12-31 00:00:00.0
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Matauranga Maori Qualification

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