A condition of enrolling in this course is that you commit to attending at least 80% of classes. Only the first three upcoming courses show below. To see all upcoming courses, click the 'Show more' button.
This course is designed for beginners who have no prior knowledge of te reo Māori or Māori culture. There will be homework assigned each week and it will be necessary to practise for a short time each day.
By the end of the course you'll be able to:
You'll also participate in a ‘dress rehearsal’ marae visit on the last night.
All are welcome to enrol. The course fee subsidy is available to NZ citizen or permanent resident adults, and students aged 16+ who are not currently enrolled in a NZ secondary school. We are required to collect additional information for statistical purposes. A condition of accepting this subsidised course fee is attending at least 80% of classes. The non-subsidised course fee will apply to temporary migrants.
David Ratū: Tēnā koutou, Ko David (Rāwiri) Ratū taku ingoa, nō te iwi o Ngaati Te Ata, Te Waiohua, Waikato-Tainui, Ngaati Maniapoto.
Greetings, David (Rāwiri) Ratū is my name. I am a descendant of the Ngaati Te Ata, Te Waiohua, Waikato-Tainui and Ngaati Maniapoto Tribes.
Paimārire – goodness and peace
"Hi Selwyn, I wanted to pass on how inspired my class and I are (after two weeks!) in our beginners Te Reo class. I noticed this story on Radio NZ today and feel even more thankful that I have a place in this class - http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/
Te Reo Pronunciation, Te Reo Level 2
This course is taught in English. For students with English as a second language, we recommend that only with Upper Intermediate or higher level English attend this course.