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    Te Poipoi Kaiako | Mentor support programme - Regional Workshops | Ngā Awheawhe ā-Rohe - Balclutha

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    Face to face workshops for provisional teachers, Pia and their Pou Tautoko | mentors 

    He awheawhe kanohi ki te kanohi mō ngā kaiako tārewa, ngā Pia me ō rātou Pou Tautoko  

    About Te Poipoi Kaiako | Mentor support programme 
    Mō Te Poipoi Kaiako | Hōtaka tautāwhi Pou Tautoko

    Te Poipoi Kaiako provides guidance for mentors and mentees on their journey toward full certification and ongoing professional learning and development (PLD).

    This service is fully funded by the Ministry of Education for kura, schools and early learning services. It is being refocused to better meet the needs of mentors, provisional teachers, and overseas trained teachers through improved and nationally consistent PLD guidance.

    Who are these workshops for? 
    Mō wai ēnei awheawhe?

    Tātai Aho Rau Core Education provides this professional development support for those with Tōmua (Provisional Practising Certification) and Tūturu (Full Practising Certification):

    • Provisional teachers (PTs) in English medium and Pia in Māori medium settings (Tōmua)
    • Overseas trained teachers (OTTs) with Tōmua | provisional certification
    • Mentor teachers and Pou Tautoko (Tūturu)

    About the workshops 
    Mō ngā awheawhe

    There are 12 face to face workshops across the motu.

    There are no costs for kaiako and teachers to attend the workshops.

    Refreshments, morning tea and lunch will be provided. However, travel and release costs are not funded.

    Workshops run from 9am–3pm; refreshments are available from 8.45am.

    The workshops are facilitated in English and te reo Māori where appropriate and will be adaptive and responsive to the needs of attendees. 

    Workshop highlights:

    For everyone:

    • Understanding the process to obtain Tūturu | Full Certification
    • Initiating and building relationships and networks across your region
    • Developing your culturally responsive practice and capabilities

    For mentors and Pou Tautoko: 

    • Exploring effective mentoring practices and the value of mentoring when creating a meaningful induction programme
    • Supporting you to help current and future mentees to develop and embed their professional practice

    For provisional teachers and Pia: 

    • Developing your professional practice

    For overseas trained teachers: 

    • Developing your understanding of Aotearoa New Zealand and our education context

    Workshop agenda 
    Rārangi take awheawhe

    In the morning we will:

    • begin with whakawhanaungatanga
    • explore ‘Our Code, Our Standards’
    • delve into the process to move to Tūturu | Full Certification
    • learn about supporting our own and others' wellbeing.

    After lunch we will collaborate in breakouts in response to what the group would like to focus on, for example:

    • effective mentoring practices
    • effective professional practice
    • time management strategies
    • getting the most from release time.

    He pātai?

    Get in touch with us at mentor.support@core-ed.org

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