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Code of Ethics Noho Marae October 2024

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Code of Ethics Noho Marae Training

When: October 14th & 15th, 2024 | 9-4pm
Where: Wheke, Rapaki Marae | 37 Rapaki Drive
*Please note this is an OVERNIGHT training.
**This training is a pre-requisite for Rerenga Awa memberships.

The Code of Ethics for Youth Work in Aotearoa (COE) defines fundamental values and standards for youth workers in Aotearoa. Based off the principles of Mana Taiohi, COE does not have a 'Treaty Clause' but instead comprises 24 clauses committed to biculturalism and use practical examples critical to effective, ethical youth work practice.

The framework for these ethics trainings flows over two days, so you are invited to stay (noho) overnight to immerse yourself in the experience fully. We understand this may feel slightly intimidating, but we promise you will be well prepared to step onto the Marae. The skills and knowledge you will gain are invaluable to your personal and professional development as a youth worker. Remember, it's not about what you can't do; it's about growing in solid youth development practices for our rangatahi and celebrating the unique and necessary approach that defines youth work.

The price of this Code of Ethics training has been heavily subsidised to $100 thanks to external funding. If this price is out of your range, please get in touch to see how we can support you with this.

We do offer refunds up to 7 days prior to training otherwise refunds would only be considered under significant circumstances. Without the sponsorship by the Dept. of Internal Affairs, each participant would be charged $240. If you can no longer attend and fail to communicate with Rerenga Awa staff, you will be invoiced for the full cost of the training. 

Health & Safety:
We are planning this event with all the required actions needed to keep everyone safe. If you do get sick prior to the training, please get in touch with us, we want to do our best to keep everyone safe and healthy.


Day One

Day Two

  • Pōwhiri - Meet in the carpark for the formal welcoming ceremony. Attendees will be supported and guided by our facilitators and Rerenga Awa staff.
  • Whakawhanaungatanga and Marae tikanga - Getting to know each other, the local history, and understanding protocols on the marae.
  • Lunch
  • Biculturalism and the Treaty of Waitangi
  • Free time
  • Dinner
  • Bicultural Ethics Continued
  • Ethics in Scenarios
  • Lunch
  • Tidy up the Marae
  • Final learnings plus Mihi Whakamutunga
  • Depart the Marae

You will receive a copy of this information plus some important details for what to expect and to help you best prepare for the Noho Marae. This will be sent by email closer to the date.

Please email if you have any questions or concerns.

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Refund policy

Should an issue arise, refunds are available 7 days prior to training. Consideration for significant circumstances will be handled by the Manager. Failure to communicate non-attendance will be subject to the full cost of the training at $240.