The Manaaki Tāpoi course celebrates the importance of Cultural (indigenous) Tourism. Learning will focus on key elements of Māori culture and how they are interpreted in cultural tourism experiences. Tauira will gain an appreciation for the high regard that Māori culture is held in by overseas visitors and will have an opportunity to interact with these visitors.
Each block of learning is held at a different locations across Te Tau Ihu (Top of the South Island). Students will have opportunities to spend time and stay overnight at local Maraes.
Students will have the opportunity to achieve academic learning objectives that contribute to their National Certificate of Education Achievement (NCEA) and develop crucial personal and social development skills.
Personal and Social Development Objectives:
Personal and social skills are transferable to any chosen career pathway and are considered essential skills by employers.
- Increasing willingness to learn
- Understanding and assuming personal responsibility
- Developing belief in self and increasing confidence
- Developing a positive attitude
- Recognising and developing potential
- Developing resilience skills (coping with challenge and change)
- Developing positive communication skills
Course Outline & Assessments:
Course outline including academic learning objectives – Manaaki Tāpoi Level 2
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Related Courses & Pathways
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To view all Whenua Iti Outdoors Trades Academy programmes and a pathway diagram go to further resources section below.
The ‘Whenua Iti way’ or kaupapa is core to the outdoor education approach, which links to te ao Māori and tikanga Māori. This is seen in the inclusive approach to education and relationships to whānau contributing parity and high rates of achievement and success for all learners – NZQA 2019 Evaluation Report