Our marae are places of shelter, learning and tradition. They are rich with culture and identity. Have you wanted to learn tikanga and marae practices so you can strengthen your connections with home? Or are you from another culture and want to become involved with your community marae?
Be guided by an experienced kaiako as you learn about how a marae works and how you can become involved. Discover how you can contribute on the marae alongside others who, like you, are learning how things work.
I want to keep studying
You can continue to develop your strength in te ao Māori with our reo programmes, iwi-specific studies with Te Arataki Manu Kōrero, or move into our governance and leadership programme.
I want to use my qualification
You'll be able to contribute on your marae. Or you could provide cultural support in any organisation or workplace involved with marae.