He Toki ki te mahi is an independent, not-for-profit trust that supports Māori trainees through their apprenticeships in a way that is customized to best meet their learning needs as Māori.
The Ako project encourages industry to be more culturally responsive towards Maori apprentices and build lasting learning pathways for students.
Mau ki te Ako provides professional development for teachers and school leaders. Our accredited facilitators work to support a better understanding and delivery of a culturally responsive school culture and curriculum.
With a proud local history of Māori achievement in trades, He Toki ki te Rika is the next evolution of Māori Trade Training re-established after the quakes to ensure our people can play a distinguished role in the Canterbury rebuild.
Whenua Kura is a Ngāi Tahu led partnership between Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, Te Tapuae o Rehua, Ngāi Tahu Farming and Lincoln University, which seeks to grow Māori leadership in land-based industries