Te Rūnanga o Tūranganui ā Kiwa was established in 1986 to promote and support the Iwi of Tūranganui ā Kiwa being Rongowhakaata, Ngāi Tāmanuhiri and Te Aitanga ā Māhaki. However in accordance with Tikanga ā Iwi we provide for all within our rohe.
I whakapūmautia Te Rūnanga o Tūranganui ā Kiwa i te tau 1986 hei whakatairanga , hei tautoko i ngā iwi o Tūranganui ā Kiwa, arā ko Rongowhakaata, ko Ngāi Tāmanuhiri me Te Aitanga ā Māhaki, engari ahakoa nō iwi kē, ka tuku rātonga atu i runga i ngā tikanga ā iwi.
Tūranga Ararau is the Iwi Tertiary Education provider of Te Rūnanga o Tūranganui ā Kiwa and provides and promotes the skills, knowledge and qualifications to enable Iwi to manage, advance and control their cultural and economic resources being the land, the forests, the sea and, most importantly, our people. We are measured on quality outcomes of qualifications, employment and advanced learning.
Ko te kaupapa o Tūranga Ararau he tuku akoranga hei whakatairanga , hei whakapiki I ngā pūkenga, mātauranga me ngā Tohu e taea ai e te iwi te whakahaere, te tiro whakamua, te whakarite tikanga me ngā rauemi, rawa, ohanga o te whenua , o te moana engari ko te mea nui ko ngā iwi.
Ka whakataungia ngā uara ki ngā putanga o ngā Tohu, te whiwhinga mahi, me te whakapiki ake akoranga.
Haere mai ki Tūranga Ararau kia kite koutou i ngā āhuatanga whakahaere, āhuatanga akoranga hei whakatairanga, hei āwhina i a koutou ki te eke ki ngā taumata o te mātauranga, me te whakauru atu ki ngā mahi e hiahiatia ana me te whakarite I ō whaiaro. Whakauru mai ki ngā akoranga i āwhina i te nui, i te rahi kua puta ki ngā mahi o te rohe, me te hapori, me ētahi hoki kua whai Tohu Mātauranga e whiwhi ai rātou i ngā mahi e kaingakautia e rātou.
Come on in and check out what we have to offer as here, at Turanga Ararau, we are committed to help you achieve your career and personal goals. Join the many of our graduates who, through our industry and community connections, have graduated to higher learning or rewarding and sustainable employment in Gisborne, Te Tairāwhiti, and beyond.
Nā Sharon Maynard