To enhance the understanding of history, culture and values of Maori Te Waipounamu.
- Examine Waitaha, Ngati Mamoe and Ngai Tahu migration traditions.
- Identify and describe the key events in the history of Te Waipounamu.
- Identify and describe key historical figures and places of significance in Te Waipounamu.
- Discuss the main characteristics of Te Waipounamutanga, culture and practice including tikanga, kawa and waiata.
- Examine environmental practices of Te Waipounamu which includes mahinga kai, nohoanga sites and kaihau kai principles.
- Identify and describe contemporary Te Waipounamu organisations, structures and processes.
Included in these Qualifications
This course is offered as part of the following programmes at CPIT.
- Te Atatū - Diploma in Māori Studies
- Te Hāpara, Diploma in Māori Studies
- Bachelor of Language (Māori)