Location: Gullivers Road
Given the considerable interest shown, INZ have organised a workshop on how to be effective working and negotiating with tangata whenua.
Proudly supported by our training partners
The learning objectives of this are to:
The workshop will take place from 5pm Tuesday 6th March until 5pm 7th March at Ngati Moki (Taumutu) Marae near Southbridge.
It will be facilitated by Peter Lawless and Gina Soloman, who between them bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the session. The local people, as tangata whenua of their place, may also choose to partake in the day.
The price for the workshop is $750 + GST. This includes Koha for the night on the Marae.
Notice of withdrawal: 7 days – 50% registration refunded or transferable to another person, 3 days – no refund – transferable to another person
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