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Treaty of Waitangi Training

  • Date: 02 March 2017
  • Date: 9am – 4pm
  • Location: Victoria University of Wellington, Lambton Quay, CBD, Wellington

A sweeping introduction to the Treaty of Waitangi including an analysis of the history of the Treaty and it's application in society today.

Description

A sweeping introduction to the Treaty of Waitangi, this programme is designed for those with little to no previous understanding on the Treaty. Gain insight into our unique cultural history as New Zealanders through an analysis of the Treaty. In doing so, participants will learn the answers to fundamental questions such as, what is the Treaty of Waitangi? What is its significance to New Zealanders historically and today? What are the issues that have arisen under the Treaty and how can it be implemented practically in the workplace and society generally today.

Te Whenua Consulting is the fresh new brand of AwaWhenua Consulting, providing professional development workshops and consultancy services to strengthen organisational commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi and cultural competency amongst staff. From 2017, we are excited to be collaborating with Victoria University of Wellington to deliver public workshops across New Zealand.

Our 2017 schedule of public workshops is now available online at www.tewhenua.maori.nz/consulting. You can also follow us on fb.me/TeWhenuaConsulting to keep abreast of current workshops and programmes and for links to useful supplementary resources.

This event is organised by Te Whenua Consulting.

Venue

Victoria University of Wellington

Lambton Quay
CBD
Wellington

Booking details

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The price is: $595 + GST standard enrolment; $395 + GST discounted enrolment

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