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National Diploma in Te Mātauranga Māori me te Whakangungu (Level 5)





Level

5

Credits

120

This qualification is expiring. The last date to meet the requirements of this qualification is 31 December 2018.


Transition
This qualification has been replaced by Te Pokairua o te Mātauranga me te Whakangungu Pakeke (Kapae 5) [Ref: 2883].
The last date for entry into programmes leading to the replaced qualification is 31 December 2016. The last date of assessment for the replaced qualification is 31 December 2018 when the qualification will be discontinued. From that date no results can be reported against the qualification.
People currently working towards the replaced qualification must complete the requirements by 31 December 2018 or transfer their results to the replacement qualification. However, there are substantial differences between the new and replaced qualification, and it is recommended that candidates complete the qualification in which they are enrolled.
For detailed information see Review Summaries on the NZQA website.

NQF Registration Information





Process

Version

Date

Last Date for Assessment

Registration

1

January 2005

December 2012

Review

2

November 2009

December 2018

Review

3

January 2016

December 2018



Standard Setting Body

NZQA Māori Qualifications Services

PO Box 160

Wellington 6140


Telephone 04 463 3000

Email mqs@govt.nz

Website www.nzqa.govt.nz

National Diploma in Te Mātauranga Māori me te Whakangungu (Level 5)





Level

5

Credits

120



Purpose

This qualification is designed for graduates following a career that requires working with adult Māori learners. Holders of the qualification are able to deliver, design and develop, assess and evaluate adult education and training that is meaningful for Māori learners.


People awarded this qualification are able to design, plan and implement educational programmes for Māori in adult education and training, have knowledge of Māori learning, and are able to communicate effectively with their target audience. They also have an understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and its implications within an education context, and of mātauranga Māori research methods, ethics, and methodologies.
The elective section of this qualification has two options, and is structured to provide a sound basis for pursuing further academic study in education or developing Māori knowledge and skills. Option A allows people to choose standards from various subfields in Field Māori or Education, which best suit the type of Adult Education and Training in which they are involved. Option B has credits in common with the prerequisite qualification. It is designed to develop knowledge of Māori human development theory in terms of Māori concepts, values and practices, and extend this to include areas of Māori human development theory for adolescents, adults, or kaumātua. This option also allows people the opportunity to select the most appropriate knowledge and skills from anywhere on the National Qualifications Framework to best suit the type of Adult Education and Training in which they are involved.
This qualification can include or build on the National Certificate in Te Mātauranga Māori me te Whakangungu (Māori Human Development Theory) (Level 4) [Ref: 1139] depending the standards selected for that qualification. The compulsory section of this qualification also shares standards with the National Certificate in Te Mātauranga Māori me te Whakangungu (Te Tiriti o Waitangi in Education) (Level 5) [Ref: 1140]. Depending on the choices made in the elective section, some standards from this qualification may also be used toward the National Diploma in Adult Education and Training (Level 5) [Ref: 0380].

Special Notes

Prerequisite: National Certificate in Te Mātauranga Māori me te Whakangungu (Māori Human Development Theory) (Level 4) [Ref: 1139], or demonstrate equivalent knowledge and skills.



Credit Range




Compulsory

Elective

Level 4 credits


4

30

Level 5 credits


27

0-20

Level 6 or above credits

39

0-20

Minimum totals

70

50



Requirements for Award of Qualification





Award of NQF Qualifications
Credit gained for a standard may be used only once to meet the requirements of this qualification.
Unit standards and achievement standards that are equivalent in outcome are mutually exclusive for the purpose of award. The table of mutually exclusive standards is provided in section 7 of the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) Rules and Procedures publications available at http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/ncea/acrp/index.html.
Reviewed standards that continue to recognise the same overall outcome are registered as new versions and retain their identification number (ID). Any version of a standard with the same ID may be used to meet qualification requirements that list the ID and/or that specify the past or current classification of the standard.


Summary of Requirements


  • Compulsory standards

  • Elective – as specified


Detailed Requirements
Compulsory

The following standards are required


Māori > Te Mātauranga Māori me te Whakangungu > Te Mātauranga Māori Whāiti

ID

Title

Level

Credit

3697

Demonstrate knowledge of educational programme planning for adult Māori learners

5

10

3698

Design and implement educational programme planning for Māori

6

20

18586

Demonstrate knowledge of Māori learning in adult education and training

4

4

18588

Demonstrate knowledge of methods of communication in the education and training of adult Māori learners

5

3

18590

Design and apply best practice for Māori models of adult education and training

6

6

Māori > Te Mātauranga Māori me te Whakangungu > Te Mātauranga Māori Whānui



ID

Title

Level

Credit

3693

Demonstrate knowledge of the impact of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in an education context

5

4

3694

Identify implications of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in an education context

6

10

3706

Demonstrate knowledge of mātauranga Māori research methods, ethics, and methodologies

5

10

18597

Design and conduct a Te Tiriti o Waitangi training programme for a specified audience

6

3


Elective

Meet the requirements of 1 of the following sets



  • Option A

  • Option B


Option A

A minimum of 50 credits at Level 4 or above



  • Of which a minimum of 20 credits at Level 5 or above

 

Field

Subfield

Domain

Education

Adult Education and Training

Delivery of Adult Education and Training

Design and Development of Adult Education and Training

Evaluation in Adult Education and Training

Management of Adult Education and Training

Generic Education and Training

Assessment of Learning

Open, Flexible, and Networked Learning

Māori

Environment Māori

Māori Environmental Management

Hauora

Kaupapa Hauora

Mana Wahine

Te Aho Wahine

Māori Performing Arts

Māori Performing Arts Teaching

Reo Māori

Any

Te Mātauranga Māori me te Whakangungu

Any

Tikanga

Tikanga Concepts

Tikanga Practices

Tourism Māori

Any

Whenua

Any


Option B

Meet the requirements of all of the following sets



  • Option B - Set 1

  • Option B - Set 2

  • Option B - Set 3


Option B - Set 1

The following standard is required


Māori > Te Mātauranga Māori me te Whakangungu > Te Mātauranga Māori Whānui

ID

Title

Level

Credit

3699

Demonstrate knowledge of Māori human development theory

4

10


Option B - Set 2

A minimum of 2 standards


Māori > Te Mātauranga Māori me te Whakangungu > Te Mātauranga Māori Whānui

ID

Title

Level

Credit

3701

Discuss Māori human development theory for adolescents

4

10

3702

Discuss Māori human development theory for adults

4

10

3703

Discuss Māori human development theory for kaumātua

4

10


Option B - Set 3

A minimum of 20 credits at Level 5 or above

From anywhere on the NQF

Transition Arrangements




Version 2

Version 2 of this qualification was issued following a review to ensure it was fit for purpose and met industry requirements.


Changes to structure and content

  • Titles of standards 3693, 3697, 3698, 18588, and 18590 have been updated to take into account the changes made at review.

  • Standard 16164 and expiring standard 18587 are no longer listed in the Compulsory section but can be used the requirements for Option A or Set 3 of Option B in the elective.

  • Standard 3706 has been added to the Compulsory section of the qualification.

  • Credits for standard 3693 decreased from 5 to 4 credits.

  • The Elective section has been amended and allows a choice between Option A and Option B.

  • Expiring domain Open and Distance Learning has been replaced with Open, Flexible, and Networked Learning in Option A.

  • The Te Mātauranga Māori me te Whakangungu subfield has been added to Option A.

  • Total credits for the qualification decreased from 121 to 120 credits.

For detailed information see Review Summaries on the NZQA website.


Candidates who are currently enrolled in version 1 of this qualification may either complete the requirements of that version or transfer their results to version 2.
This qualification contains a classification that replaces an earlier classification. People who have gained credit for standards in the expiring classification may use those credits to meet the requirements of the qualification.


Standards from

Are treated as Standards from

Education > Generic Education and Training > Open and Distance Learning

Education > Generic Education and Training > Open, Flexible, and Networked Learning

Māori Qualifications Services intends that no existing candidate is disadvantaged by the review of this qualification. Any person who feels that they have been disadvantaged should contact MQS at the address below.



Certification

This certificate will display the logos of NZQA and the accredited organisation.



Classification

This qualification is classified according to the NQF classification system and the New Zealand Standard Classification of Education (NZSCED) system as specified below.

 

DAS Classification

NZSCED

Code

Description

Code

Description

280

Māori > Te Mātauranga Māori me te Whakangungu

070116

Education > Teacher Education > Te Matauranga Maori me te Whakangungu (Maori Education)




Quality Management Systems

Providers and Industry Training Organisations must be accredited by a recognised Quality Assurance Body before they can register credits from assessment against standards. Accredited providers and Industry Training Organisations assessing against standards must engage with the moderation system that applies to those standards. Accreditation requirements and the moderation system are outlined in the associated Accreditation and Moderation Action Plan (AMAP) for each standard.






NZQA Māori Qualifications Services

SSB Code 194



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