Te Reo Māori
Qualifications
Review
Stakeholder Hui
Waiwhetu Marae
18 October 2013
Overview of the day
• Targeted Review of qualifications and MMeQA
• Review Structure
• Qualifications involved in the Reo Māori Review
• Discussion - He aha ngā hiahia me ngā wawata?
• Links to the Māori Studies and Customs Review
• Moving Forwards
Targeted Review of Qualifications (TRoQ)
• Aim is to significantly reduce the number of qualifications
on the New Zealand Qualifications Frame work (NZQF);
and to ensure they are useful and relevant
• Focus is on certificates and diplomas at Levels 1-6
(NCEA and university qualifications are excluded)
• Intended to simplify the qualifications system; and reduce
duplication and proliferation of qualifications
Under TRoQ:
• Qualifications and programmes are separated
• All qualifications are in the public domain
• SSBs and education providers are compulsory
stakeholders in each other’s qualification development
• Have a single set of flexible qualification design rules
Qualification design rules
• Statement of strategic purpose
– use, relevance, point of difference
• Outcome statement
– graduate profiles
skills, knowledge, application (what a graduate will know/ be/ do)
– education, employment, community pathways
• Specification
– requirements and guidance for programme developers
e.g.. entry requirements/pre-requisites; credit transfer; RPL, APL,
RCC arrangements; consistency of outcomes
Separation of the qualification from the
programme
Mandatory Review of Qualifications
All stakeholders with an interest
in the outcome of these qualifications
are encouraged to participate in the review
to ensure the qualifications meet the requirements of their
workforce, industry and/or communities.
Your attendance indicates you understand that importance,
and we will continue to communicate progress
to all MM providers and key stakeholders.
MMeQA – Te Hono o Te Kahurangi
• Principles based framework
• Mātauranga Māori and EQA
side by side
• Valued outcomes for ākonga
and whānau, hapū, iwi,
hapori whānui
• Advancing Mātauranga Māori
Te Reo Māori Review Structure
• Te Rōpū Kaitautoko – Reference Group
• Te Rōpū Tātaki – Governance Group
Hana O’Regan
Wiremu Doherty
Leon Blake
Pania Papa
Rawinia Higgins
Evelyn Tobin
Te Kowhai Ohia
Che Wilson
Ruakere Hond
• Te Rōpū Ahu Kaupapa - Working Group(s)
• Consultative Body – ALL stakeholders
Roles and Responsibilities
Governance Group
• Provides strategic direction, guideance and project overview of the
review process. It is a forum for decision making.
• Ensure that the suite of qualifications are based on current and
future needs of iwi, hapū, hapori and stakeholders.
Working Groups
• Provide technical input in the qualification development
• To develop the qualifications based on the needs
and feedback from stakeholders
• Communication out to wider stakeholders
The Qualifications at Levels 1-4
The Qualifications at Level 5 and 6
Akona Te Reo (Certificate in Maori Language)
Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology
5
60
Te Hapara, Diploma in Maori Studies
Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology
5
120
National Diploma in Reo Maori
NZQA Maori Qualifications Services
5
80
Diploma in Te Ara Reo Maori
Te Wananga o Aotearoa
5
120
Poupou Hootaka Reo Maaori
Te Wananga o Raukawa
5
40
Diploma in Te Reo Maori
Waiariki Institute of Technology
5
120
Te Tohu Mohiotanga (Diploma in Maori Language)
Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki
5
240
He Tohu Reo Rumaki (Certificate in Maori Language
Total Immersion)
Te Atatu, Diploma in Maori Studies
Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology
6
60
Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology
6
240
Te Pokairua Ngapuhi-Nui-Tonu
NorthTec
6
240
National Diploma in Reo Maori
NZQA Maori Qualifications Services
6
80
Te Aupikitanga ki te Reo Kairangi
Te Wananga o Aotearoa
6
120
Diploma in Te Reo me na Tikanga
Unitec New Zealand
6
120
Pokairua Hopuapua Reo (Diploma in Oral Taranaki
Language) Level 6
Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki
6
120
Discussion Points & Group Activity
• What futures should REO MĀORI QUALS offer the
learner? the provider? NZ society? global engagement?
• How should the suite of REO MĀORI QUALS be shaped?
(Added value of Māori Studies and Customs/ Tikanga
Māori and other qualification pathways?)
• What is your rationale?
WHAT ELSE?
Rōpū Feedback
Kei a koutou te wā!
Māori Studies and Customs / Tikanga Māori
Targeted Review of Qualifications
• Tikanga Māori review was triggered on Monday 23rd September
• Stakeholder hui held in
– Wellington 4th September
– Auckland 5th September
– Hamilton 24th September
– Ensure a clear synergy with the Te Reo Māori review
• Qualifications
– 36 Qualification across levels 1 -6 see hand out
– Mātauranga Māori, Tikanga, Māori Development, Rongoā, Waka Ama
Māori Studies and Customs / Tikanga Māori
Targeted Review of Qualifications
• Communication and feed-in Strategy
Website:
http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/about-us/consultations-and-reviews/tikangamaori/
email:
[email protected]
[email protected] – Project Manager
• Review Structure
– Governance Group member – Call for nominations currently open
– Working Group member – Call for nominations will be open soon
Māori Studies and Customs / Tikanga Māori
Targeted Review of Qualifications
Date
Hui
Venue
24th September 2013
Stakeholder Meeting
Hamilton
23rd – 24th October 2013
Governance Group meeting
TBC
14th November 2013
Governance Group meeting
TBC
18-21 November 2013
Working group meeting
Hamilton
4th December 2013
Governance group meeting
TBC
10 – 15th March 2014
Working group meeting
Hamilton
25th March 2014
Governance group meeting
TBC
29th April 2014
Governance group meeting
TBC
Moving Forwards
• Review Timeframes
• Stakeholder feedback and participation
• Engagement
• Suggestions
[email protected]
http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/about-us/consultations-and-reviews/review-of-tereo-maori-qualifications/
Te Reo Māori
Qualifications
Review
Stakeholder Hui
Waiwhetu Marae
18 October 2013
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