Te Tiriti o Waitangi – a visual history
Price$165 + GST (includes booking fee)
Gain a better understanding of the bicultural nature of Aotearoa New Zealand and what Te Tiriti means for tertiary practitioners and educators.
Also available as a half-day in-house workshop. Speak to your local hub to discuss this further.
This professional development workshop offers a brief visual history of Te Tiriti o Waitangi for beginners. The workshop content covers several aspects of Te Tiriti o Waitangi as the founding document of Aotearoa New Zealand: the historical context before Te Tiriti; the Articles and signing of Te Tiriti itself; events after Te Tiriti; Te Tiriti today; and what Te Tiriti means for tertiary practitioners and educators.
The intention is that by learning about Te Tiriti o Waitangi, New Zealanders will be more knowledgeable of the relationship between the Māori and non-Māori Treaty partners.
Illustration by Toby Morris & Ministry of Education, copyright © Crown 2018.
Who is this course for?
For those Tauiwi (who are descendants of original Pākehā settlers with little previous knowledge of Te Tiriti o Waitangi).
While this workshop is targeted at practitioners and educators in the tertiary sector, it is also pertinent to anyone who seeks to gain a better understanding of the bicultural nature of our country, and of tertiary education sector practices.
In-house workshops can be customised to three separate types of audiences:
- Tangata Whenua (Māori)
- Tauiwi (Descendants of original Pākehā settlers)
- Tauiwi (New New Zealanders).
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We offer three main ways to learn and develop with us.
- In-house Learning and Development
We can come to you to deliver in-house professional development. Contact us to discuss your needs and budget or download our in-house PLD flyer.
- Public Workshops
Come to one of our half-day or full-day public workshops taking place throughout the year in different parts of the country.
- Online learning courses
Our online courses use a combination of synchronous and asynchronous, facilitated learning and incorporate time for practical application.