The course involves iwi, hapū, community and other service providers both local and national. In 12 weeks you find out about:
To assist young people to develop their skills, knowledge and belief so they are able to confidently participate in Te Ao Maori and the wider world.
To create positive outcomes for rangatahi, their whānau and the communities they live in, by offering consistent caring services, tangible tools and instilling values of higher education, career aspirations and life success.
A Government investment managed by the Provincial Development Unit was announced for the Manawa Ora Rangatahi Life Skills Programme in March 2021. This support comes from the Government’s He Poutama Rangatahi funding initiative, and will allow us to assist 60 rangatahi into training, employment or further education.