New Zealand Certificate Manaaki Marae

Te Kāuta Te Wharekai

(Kaupae 2)

Contacts

 

Programme Tutor

Janelle Te Rauna-Lamont

06 8681081

Support Tutor

Matiu Hawea

0275395845

 

Programme Information

 

Entry Requirements

To gain admission to Turanga Ararau you need to be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident. To gain entry to the programme you will need to have literacy and numeracy skills at step 1 or above on the assessment tool and a real desire to work in the industry.

 

Programme Outcomes

This programme is designed to help you gain employment in the hospitality and tourism industries. On successfully completing this programme you will be awarded the New Zealand Certificate Manaaki Marae – Te Kaute Te Wharekai (Kaupae 2) AND BE ABLE TO:

 

GRADUATE PROFILE OUTCOME

Credit Value

GPO 1 - Utilise te reo me ngā tikanga of karakia and waiata to illustrate their relevance in the wharekai

5

GPO 2 - Utilise te reo me ngā tikanga of atua Māori and kaitiakitanga to illustrate their relevance to kai Māori.

5

GPO 3 - Apply whanaungatanga in relation to roles and responsibilities on a marae, to work with role holders.

8

GPO 4 - Follow health, safety, and hygiene processes and practices, under supervision, to ensure own safety and not risk the safety of others, and to demonstrate pūkengatanga.

12

GPO 5 - Apply cookery skills, under instruction, to prepare, cook, and present basic dishes commonly served in the wharekai as expressions of manaakitanga.

10

TOTAL CREDITS

40

 

This will be achieved by you completing

 

GPO 1 Utilise te reo me ngā tikanga of karakia and waiata to illustrate their relevance in the wharekai

A minimum of 5 credits

Level

Credits

27129

Explain the use of karakia in accordance with tikanga

2

2

13363

Demonstrate knowledge and skills of waiata a ringa

2

6

15976

Account for natural phenomena in a local context using purakau and waiata

1

2

7269

Whakawhitiwhiti kōrero māmā tētahi ki tētahi

1

5

 

GPO 2 Utilise te reo me ngā tikanga of atua Māori and kaitiakitanga to illustrate their relevance to kai Māori

A minimum of 5 credits                                                                                                     

            Level

           Credits

7269

Whakawhitiwhiti kōrero māmā tētahi ki tētahi

2

5

19670

Identify and describe the role of Atua in the natural world

1

2

6140

Explain Maori hekenga and whakanohonoho

2

6

27126

Describe, and explain the purpose of, purakau in accordance with nga korero tuku iho

2

3

27127

Describe, and explain the purpose of, pakiwaitara in accordance with nga korero tuku iho

2

3

 

GPO 3 Apply whanaungatanga in relation to roles and responsibilities on a marae, to work with role holders.

A minimum of 8 credits                                                                                                   

           Level

           Credits

21232

Describe the roles and responsibilities of ringawera in a marae wharekai

2

2

27509

Describe manaaki in terms of the reciprocal interactions between the tangata whenua and manuhiri in a marae wharekai

2

3

6141

Describe whanaungatanga in relation to the way Māori interact with the natural world

2

3

6142

Describe and explain the rituals associated with whakaeke in accordance with tikanga and/or kawa

3

2

 

GPO 4 Follow health, safety, and hygiene processes and practices, under supervision, to ensure own safety and not risk the safety of others, and to demonstrate pūkengatanga.

A minimum of 12 credits                                                                                                       

          Level

          Credits

21251

Set tables, serve kai and clear tables in a marae wharekai

2

3

27510

Identify traditional kai and describe the gathering process

2

2

21248

Prepare, maintain and clear a buffet in a marae wharekai

2

2

21253

Prepare and serve beverages in a marae wharekai

2

2

9566

Prepare fruit and vegetables to present for manuhiri

2

3

 

 

GPO 5 - Apply cookery skills, under instruction, to prepare, cook, and present basic dishes commonly served in the wharekai as expressions of manaakitanga

A minimum of 10 credits                                                                                                       

          Level

           Credits

29567

Prepare equipment and cook kai in an oven to present for manuhiri

2

4

29568

Prepare equipment and fry kai to present for manuhiri

2

4

29569

Prepare equipment and cook kai with liquid to present for manuhiri

2

6

 

Programme Dates and Hours

                                   Start Date:     To be advised                                    

                      Finish Date:   To be advised                        

 

Will be from 8.30am to 3.30pm with two 10-15 minute breaks each day and a lunch break of 30 minutes at 12 noon.

 

The on job work experience component will be the hours that are worked by the work experience provider in the health industry so you can expect to be on the job working at 8am am and finishing at 5.00 pm—Monday to Friday.

 

Programme Outcomes

On successfully completing this programme you will have the qualification, skills and knowledge to:

 

In the Community

Support whānau, hapū, Iwi and hapori to contribute to the operational running of wharekai and/or kāuta, under supervision.

 

Education Progress to:

New Zealand Certificate in Manaaki Marae – Te Nihowera, Te Ringawera - Kaupae 3

New Zealand Certificate in Cookery - Level 3

New Zealand Certificate in Tourism Maori - Level 3

 

Employment

Work in entry level positions in a professional kitchen and in food service in a variety of positions, such as kitchenhand, café worker, wait staff, food, beverage factory worker,

tourism Maori kaiawhina as well as a ringawera.

 

Once you are in employment you can continue to upskill and complete industry qualifications through the Industry Training Organisation, ServiceIQ with the support of your employer.