Maori in Museums
19 – 20 March 2014
, 9am – 4pm
Friends Room, Otago Museum, 419 Great King St
Free to attend
This National Services Te Paerangi workshop is provided in collaboration with ServiceIQ to assist trainees and museum staff to understand the role of Māori in museums.
This will cover:
ServiceIQ Unit Standard: 20545 Demonstrate knowledge of Māori in museums
Day 1: (9am – 4pm) Māori in Museums workshop
- The responsibilities and obligations of museums in regards to the Treaty of Waitangi
- Contemporary Māori social structures and concepts and how these impact on museum practice
- How Māori cultural customs can be woven into museum customer service
- How Māori cultural customs can be woven into collection services, processes and public programmes.
Day 2: Assessment of above unit standard.
- Attendance only required by those enrolled as an ServiceIQ trainee.
- Trainees who are being assessed will need to be available for an 1 hour slot with one of the assessors to complete this unit standard.
- Assessment times will be scheduled at the end of the workshop on Day 1.
Who will I meet?
- Kylie Ngaropo is Manager Iwi Development for National Services Te Paerangi . Kylie has iwi affiliations to Te Rarawa, Tūhoe, Ngāti Porou and Ngāti Kahungunu iwi. Kylie is a ServiceIQ assessor and through her work with iwi and communities across New Zealand has supported them through the provision of strategic and practical advice and training to care for taonga in their museums and tribal regions.
- Mark Ormsby has been contracted to the role of Manager Iwi Development for National Services Te Paerangi while Kylie is on parental leave. His whakapapa is to Ngāti Maniapoto and Te Ati Awa through his father, and to Ngāti Wairere and Ngāti Hauā through his mother. Mark comes to National Services Te Paerangi after having worked the last decade in government, education, tourism and industry training organisations.
- You will also meet other museum personnel in your region – a great networking opportunity!
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