This programme comprises 60 credits
He Kaitiakitanga o ngā Kai Māori (15 Credits)
Develop understanding and apply traditional kaitiakitanga (guardianship) concepts in mahinga kai. Learn how to how to source, gather, harvest and prepare a range of kai Māori (food), both traditional and contemporary. You’ll also learn to use te Reo Māori to identify different kai Māori.
Whanaungatanga (15 Credits)
Learn to work collectively and collaboratively in a team environment to express whanaungatanga (kinship/a sense of family connection) in a marae setting.
Te Tikanga Haumaru (10 Credits)
This course covers health and safety, food safety, and personal hygiene requirements for the wharekai. You’ll learn how to identify food preparation hazards in the wharekai and use food safety techniques to ensure cleanliness of food production areas.
Te Mahi Wharekai (20 Credits)
Learn to plan an event and prepare, cook and serve basic dishes in the wharekai. In terms of event planning, this course covers pōwhiri/whakatau, menu, and manaakitanga (hospitality) of manuhiri (guests).