Review of Reo Māori Media qualifications
National Certificate in Reo Māori Media (Introductory Media Skills) (Level 3) [Ref: 1629]
National Certificate in Reo Māori Media (Foundation Media Skills) (Level 4)[Ref: 1630]
National Diploma in in Reo Māori Media (Level 5) with strands in Radio, and Journalism [Ref: 1146]
NZQA Māori Qualifications Services (MQS) has completed the review of the qualifications listed above.
Competenz took over the Qualification Developer and Standard Setting role for Communications and Media in 2016 and saw this review through to completion.
Date expiring versions published October 2016
These qualifications will be discontinued from 31 December 2019.
Reason for the review
Competenz led the review under the Targeted Review of Qualification process and a new suite of New Zealand qualifications has been developed for the sector.
Main changes resulting from the review
ˇ These qualifications will be discontinued as a result of the mandatory review of qualifications. Qualification developer status for the reviewed qualifications, above, will remain with MQS until the qualifications are discontinued.
ˇ The qualifications will be discontinued from 31 December 2019.
ˇ The National Certificate in Reo Māori Media (Introductory Media Skills) (Level 3) [Ref: 1629] contained unit standards that had expired and as a result the total credits have reduced from 72 to 64.
ˇ National Diploma in Reo Māori Media (Level 5) with strands in Radio, and Journalism [Ref: 1146] contained unit standards that had expired and as a result the total credits have reduced from 122 to 115.
The last date for entry into programmes leading to the qualifications is 31 December 2017. The last date of assessment for the qualification is 31 December 2019 at which time they will be designated as discontinued. From that date no results can be reported against the qualification.
People currently working towards the qualifications must complete the requirements by 31 December 2019.
It is the intention of NZQA Māori Qualifications Services that no existing learner should be disadvantaged by these transition arrangements. However any person who considers they have been disadvantaged may appeal to NZQA Māori Qualifications Services at the address below
Māori Qualifications Services
PO Box 160
Telephone (04) 463 3000