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This qualification is for graduates of the Level 3 programme who wish to further develop their knowledge of the Māori language, and marae customs and practices. There will be a focus on speaking te reo Māori and applying it in everyday life, and on the marae ātea. Practical experience in leadership roles will occur in the second half of this year long programme. Successful completion of this certificate allows students to enrol in the Bachelor of Arts (Māori) programme.
Start date February.
Day classes 9am-3pm Monday to Thursday, OR one weekly night class and three weekend wānanga.
You must have completed the NZ Certificate in Te Reo Māori [Level 3] or have an equivalent qualification.
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