Covid-19 update: Due to the snap lockdown in Tāmaki Makaurau earlier in the week our Auckland Central workshop is needing to be rescheduled. All other workshops are proceeding as planned.
Improving Outcomes for Tamariki Māori Workshop Series
Tiaki Tamariki: Whakamana Whānau Programme
How we can help you respond
The Tiaki Tamariki Whakamana Whānau programme (click here for a summary) is a series of one-day interactive workshops that will help you enhance your organisation’s capability to respond to the Act’s changes and help your staff work alongside tamariki and whānau.
Changes to the Oranga Tamariki Act 1989 Section 7AA means that now more than ever there is a need for service providers to have the skills, practices and structures that support their Māori clients to achieve improved outcomes.
Many of you will have participated in the Tū Rangatira Governance hui held in July 2020, where we discussed these changes. We also explored the Tiaki Tamariki: Whakamana Whānau programme designed to enhance your organisation’s capability to respond to the Act’s changes and help your staff work alongside tamariki and whānau.
The programme’s skilled facilitators will work with you so that you can adapt and respond to your local environment. Regions include: Wellington, New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Hawkes Bay, Tauranga, Hamilton, South Auckland, Central Auckland and Te Tai Tokerau.
The programme is designed around a whole-of-organisation approach. Such an approach will involve you:
Supporting two or three of your staff to participate in and promote organisational approaches within your workplace to achieve improved outcomes for tamariki Māori and their whanau.
Participating in the four one-day workshops in one of nine regions across the North Island.
This programme is free to attend for Oranga Tamariki contracted providers and their staff.
At this stage the S7AA programme is not offered in the South Island. Oranga Tamariki asked us not to proceed with delivery in the South Island until they had completed further work with Ngai Tahu.
Where and when
Commencing in November 2020, the workshops will be held in:
March 4th, March 25th, April 8th, April 29th 2021
Venue: March 4th - The Heads Hokianga, State Highway 12, Omapere. March 25th, April 8th, April 29th - Te Ora Hou, 104 Corks Rd, Tikipunga
24th November 2020, (2nd Workshop)16th March, 13th April - 3rd and 4th workshop rescheduling to be confirmed.
Venue: 7-13 Pilkington Road, Panmure
Venue: Bruce Pulman Lodge
12th November 2020, 12th March 2021, 9th April, 14th May - Workshop at capacity
Venue: Anglican Action
Dates: 22nd March, 30th April, 28th May, and 25th June - Now taking registrations
Venue: The Atrium Cafe / Conference Centre, 252 Otumoetai Road, Otumoetai
2nd March, 23rd March, 14th April, 4th May 2021
Venue: One Burgess Hill - Registration is Open
Fri 19th Feb, Fri 12th Mar, 16th April, 7th May
Venue: Napier Conference Centre
Venues: Wharerata(27/11), Te Manawa(26/3), Palmerston North Conference Venues(5/3 & 30/4)
Wednesday 25th November 2020, TBC March, TBC March, TBC April - Workshop at capacity
Venue: Lower Hutt Town Hall
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