Te Taketake (Moana House Training Institute)
A 2 year level 6 Qualification
The Moana House Training Institute is pleased to offer Te Taketake, a two year Diploma in Applied Addictions Counselling.
This diploma combines Te Aka and Te Rea with the addition of Te Hauhakenga, practical work and Competencies – the training will take place on seven (7) three day workshops throughout the year. Some of the teaching will be done together, but most of it will take place in separate streams according to the year of study you are in.
On successful completion of the course and the meeting of all requirements, students will be eligible to apply to DAPAANZ for recognition of 12 Competencies towards their registration as DAPAANZ Registered Practitioners.
3.1 Working with Te Tiriti
4.1 Relating and Communicating
5.2 Intervention Management
5.6 Consultation and Liaison
4.2 Critical Thinking
4.3 Professional Responsibility/Ethical Practice
3.4 Social Justice
5.1 Assessment and Intervention Planning
3.3 People of Other Cultures
5.4 Working with Communities
5.5 Public Education
5.3 Working with Therapeutic Groups, Families, and significant networks
We developed the Pacific nations Competency after a lengthy consultation period with Pacific Nations Communities in Auckland, Christchurch and Dunedin. We plan to offer this again this year, please see our calendar list for dates.
As always, these waananga are taught in a bicultural noho marae setting and will take place in Dunedin on the following dates in 2008 –
Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays on :
March 13th – 15th
April 10th – 12th
May 22nd – 24th
June 19th – 21st
August 21st- 23rd
September 25th – 27th
November 20th – 22nd
Tutors are Paraire Huata, Claire Aitken, and Sean Manning. They will be joined by guest presenters in specialised topics at times throughout your training.
You will need to commit to attending all waananga, and to spending at least 10 hours per week for study, assignments, and reading. A caseload, or access to clients, is necessary, as the course is practice focused.