Graduates of this programme will have the knowledge, practice, skills and attributes to make a positive difference as kaitiaki/supervisors by effectively working alongside whānau, hapū, iwi and communities.
This qualification is for those who want to gain a postgraduate diploma in professional supervision that has a unique point of difference in that it uses mātauranga Māori approaches as the core of its supervision curriculum in a range of different disciplines.
Take your practice to the next level by developing the bicultural skills needed to supervise, and support your staff and peers.
You'll be ready to enrol on our master's programme - He Waka Hiringa - Master of Applied Indigenous Knowledge Level 9.I want to use my qualification
Your practice of Kaitiakitanga can be applied across multiple disciplines such as social work, health, nursing, midwifery, counselling, education, community and iwi/hapū who are interested in undertaking a bicultural postgraduate diploma of supervision that is embedded in a Te Ao Māori worldview.
This is a full-time programme that consists of 120 credits. Throughout the programme you will be required to attend:
It is important to note that additional learning (approximately 20 hours per week) will also need to be completed outside of class time.
Workload: For each credit, allow about 10 hours of study. This may be higher at certain times throughout the programme.