Kaitiaki Ahurea 2017 is a NZQA accredited Level two training course offered as a two-day wānanga with a follow-up day of group presentations. It is to improve public health and health promotion knowledge and leadership skills of the health workforce who are working with Māori communities.
Te Rau Matatini has had the opportunity to provide Kaitiaki Ahurea to non-Māori and Māori workforces in the South Island who work in public health, health promotion and communities with a specific interest in enhancing Māori health outcomes.
What a dynamic workforce! We enjoyed providing the programme to two cohorts this quarter, one in Dunedin and one at The Bluff who will present in early December 2017. We wish to thank you all for your commitment, also to SIAPO, the Public Health and Health Promotion Sector, Maori Health Leaders, Public Health Unit - Ministry of Health, service providers for your support and leadership. Mauri Ora!