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Te Whaihanga – Flyer

Employability, Supporting learners, Supporting staff, Workplace learning, Strategic Leadership and Change, Cultural Capability Architecture and Building, Agriculture, Environment and related studies
Published: 7 November 2018

An flyer providing an overview of the Te Whaihanga project.


Te Whaihanga – Preparing students to work with Māori

Empower future generations of professionals (Māori and non-Māori) to effectively work with Māori professionals, iwi representatives, community economic development, and Papakāinga Developers.

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Co-funded by

Ako Aotearoa’s
National Project Fund

Partnered with

The University of Auckland

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VIDEO | Te Whaihanga series intro

Watch the video, Te Whaihanga Series Intro 2018 (Youtube, 720p, 04:11).

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Te Whaihanga | To better prepare built environment professionals to work and engage with Māori

A project report that provides an explanation of critical incident analysis, a strategy for developing reflective practice, and provides a tool for carrying out this analysis with students to deepen their learning.

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More international recognition for the Te Whaihanga Project

The collaborative Te Whaihanga project received international recognition as a finalist in the 2022 Royal Town Planning Institute “International Award for Planning Excellence”. The prestigious awards were held in the United Kingdom on 1 December 2022.