Bi-cultural Practice - Understanding and working together in a bi-cultural context with young people» 22/09/2010, Posted by Site Admin
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This course is being run as the third block course for the National Diploma in Youth Work, but it is open to anyone who works with young people and their families, even if they do not wish to enrol in the full diploma.
This workshop will be co-facilitated by Hemi Te Hemi (Christchurch based educator who works with Ngai Tahu) and Justin Duckworth (youth and community worker with Urban Vision).
Dates - October 14, 15 and 16.
Arrive at Hatepe Marae, just south of Taupo, at 10.45am on Thursday 14. Stay on Marae until lunchtime on Saturday 16th.
Cost - Just $50 per person for both those enrolled in the National Diploma in Youth Work and others. Includes materials and all meals.
For more info and to register, contact Sarah Clarke, Community Development Worker (Youth), email@example.com or 07 3788109, by October 11.
Whanau Ora: What it will mean for you in your work? Included in the programme is a presentation by Te Puni Kokiri on Friday October 15th, 12.30pm to 3pm. Anyone is welcome to attend, even if they aren't attending the full 3 days at the Marae.
See the attached flyer for more information.