He manako te kōura i kore ai – merely wishing for something won’t make it happen
Reo Whairawa Limited is excited to welcome new and returning attendees to Kura Reo Pakihi 2.0 – a Māori language course focussed on te reo Māori for use in business. Kura Reo Pakihi is held in a marae setting to enhance the learning experience. Core sessions on business terminology, mihi, karakia and grammar have been refreshed, and new sessions have been developed on whakataukī (proverbs) and a waiata (song) for use in the workplace. There will also be two new ‘te ao Māori’ sessions.
Kura Reo Pakihi 2.0 caters to all learners, from absolute beginner to advanced (note - absolute beginner is a new learning group this year, for those just starting on their te reo Māori journey). Attendees will be grouped based on their level of competency and confidence.
Kura Reo Pakihi 2.0 has five key learning outcomes:
i. Provide a comfortable learning environment for attendees to improve their te reo Māori capability and learn more about Māoridom
ii. Increased knowledge of Māori business terminology for use in the workplace
iii. Learn a karakia for use in the workplace
iv. Learn a basic mihi (introduction) structure for use in the workplace
v. Learn a waiata for use in the workplace
Kura Reo Pakihi 2.0 utilises the expertise of experienced, professional tutors. We are pleased to welcome back tutors Mataia Keepa, Anaha Hiini, Kahurangi Milne and Brook Grant. We also have two new tutors joining our team.
Kura Reo Pakihi 2.0 qualifies for accounting CPD hours (confirmed by CAANZ).
Registration includes all meals, as well as overnight accommodation at Tangatarua marae, Toi Ohomai campus - subject to COVID restrictions.
Who should attend:
- Accounting and business professionals
- Anyone working or teaching within the accounting and business community who wants to broaden their knowledge of te reo Māori
- Anyone working or teaching within the accounting and business community interested in learning more about Māoridom
He mihi tēnei ki ngā kaitaunaki pūtea, kua awhina kia whakarewa ai te waka. We gratefully acknowledge the support of our key sponsors: Xero, BNZ, Heartland Bank, ASB, Moana NZ, IWIinvestor, Te Puni Kōkiri and CAANZ.
If you have any queries please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org / 021 682 440
Testimonials from attendees at Kura Reo Pakihi 2019:
“Kura Reo Pakihi exceeded my expectations. The learning material was relevant to my mahi…the tutors were…inspiring and innovative. …the experience of sharing this journey with awesome people all dedicated to the kaupapa in a supportive and caring environment. He mihi maioha tēnei ki a koutou nō Reo Whairawa.”
Māori Business Adviser, Te Tumu Paeroa
“Kura Reo Pakihi created a comfortable and safe learning environment for me, as a beginner learner of te reo māori. The lessons were practical to the workplace and interesting.”
Financial Adviser, Private Sector
“Tū whitia te hopo. Ka rangona e te katoa tērā āhuatanga o te āmaimai ki te whakapakari i tona ake reo. He ngāwari te karo i ēnei momo wānanga, kia kore e rangona taua ahua o te whakama. Engari, ko ngā painga ka puta he mea whakatipu i te tangata. I riro ēnei hua ki Kura Reo Pakihi!”
“Feel the fear and do it anyway. Everyone feels a level of discomfort when developing their own reo. It’s easier to shy away from these types of learning environments and avoid the discomfort, but the benefits are worth the growing pains. At Kura Reo Pakihi we reaped the benefits!”
Cancellation: Reo Whairawa Limited reserves the right to cancel Kura Reo Pakihi 2.0 as a result of insufficient registration numbers or any other unforeseen event or circumstance.
April 19, 2021, 9:00 AM - April 20, 2021 - 4:30 PM
Toi Ohomai, Mokoia Campus
Questions about this event? Contact the event organizer