Te Ao Māori
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We partner with iwi, hapu, whānau, and community groups to create training programmes that support communities to be successful.
In 2022, over 4,600 learners at Rōpū Whakangungu Ahuwhenua Ahumahi (PrimaryITO) identified as Māori.
The map shows where Māori learners are based across the motu.
Developing people in the workplace is at the heart of our service by creating a wide range of programmes related to supporting our communities.
We use industry specialists, resources, and networks to respond appropriately to the needs of learners and businesses. Wherever possible, we include local mātauranga Māori (Māori knowledge) shared by whānau to provide context and a sense of legacy.
We recognise and value the relationships that are critical for our learners to succeed. And when our learners do succeed, it reflects well on the people who have been part of the journey.
Watch this short video to learn more about what expectations we have of you as an employer as your staff go through on the job training.
Guidance for learners
Watch here to learn about what you can expect when you are doing on the job training with us.
Tips and Tricks
Watch this short video sharing tips and tricks to get the most out of on the job training, whether you are an employer or learner.