Through the Māori Wardens Project, there are a number of courses available for Warranted Māori Wardens.
To apply for these courses, please complete a Registration of Interest Form (ROI) and give it to your Regional Coordinator. Your Regional Coordinator can also assist with your course application and answer any questions you may have.
Courses are held in your regions (numbers permitting) and at the Royal New Zealand Police College in Porirua or where possible in the regions.
Courses take one to four full days and each course requires full attendance.
Ngā Akoranga Pirihīmana is aimed at improving knowledge of Acts and the functions of the Police so Māori Wardens and Police can work more collaboratively.
Course content includes the Trespass Act 1980, Summary Offences Act 1981, the Maori Community Development Act 1962, Sale of Liquor Act 1989, Drug identification, road safety/point duty, Police procedures, Police communications and report writing.
To attend this course you must agree to a Police check:
Location of Courses: Determined depending on demand.Course length: Four full daysQualification gained: Certificate of completion in Ngā Akoranga Pirihīmana.
Could you help if you were faced with an accident or someone suffered a medical emergency? St John will provide First aid training so that you are prepared for any emergency during your service as a Māori Warden. You will learn scene assessment, safety, identifying hazards in the workplace, medical conditions and ways to manage a range of possible emergencies. On completion you will qualified to deal with accidents and emergencies in the home, workplace, or community.
Location of Courses: In your region (numbers permitting)
Course length: Two daysQualification gained: St John First Aid Certificate valid for 2 years. This is NZQA approved and is three unit standards.
Last modified: 31/05/2010
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