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Maori Governance survey - input needed

Maori Governance survey – input needed


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E oku tuakana, e oku teina, e oku tuahine

Nei ra te korokoro a mihi e tuku mihi nei ki a koutou i tenei wa tautau hupe. Me mihi hoki ki nga mate kei waenga i a tatou i tenei wa tonu, ratou hoki kua wheturangitia, a, haere koutou haere okioki. No reira, kati ki a ratou, mauriora ki a tatou.

Whanau, the Maori Qualifications Services – NZQA, and Te Wananga o Aotearoa are currently coordinating the Targeted Review of Qualifications for Governance Maori Qualifications.  I have been selected to sit of the Governance Board that reviews the current qualifications available to our whanau as part of a re-alignment of the qualifications framework.

As part of this process we would welcome hearing the opinions of all those who have an interest in Governance Maori.   We have designed the following questionnaire for feedback.

Whanau, can you please fill this survey out.   The survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete and asks questions about:

  • Your role and organisation
  • Your views on:
    • Maori organisations/trusts, management and governance
    • Maori Governance skills, knowledge and personal qualities.
    • Maori Governance training

We appreciate your time in completing this survey.

Can you please forward your completed survey to my email address: neville.king@twoa.ac.nz

If you know of other whanau who you think will be interested in filling out this survey, by all means forward this email on.

Below is the web-link that explains what is happening to our Maori Governance qualifications with NZQA and at the bottom of this link is also this survey too.

http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/qualifications/governance-maori-qualifications/review-of-governance-maori-qualifications/

if there are any queries regarding the survey can also be directed to this email address.

Mauriora whanau and thank you in advance.

Neville King
Associate Kaihautu
Te Wananga o Aotearoa
Te Awamutu

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