maori mediation training
three-day full pathway to accreditation course
Tuhono Model of Mediation
About this workshop
This workshop provides a step-by-step look at the Tūhono Māori mediation model. It is intended for those considering undertaking training in Māori / tikanga-based mediation processes as well as obtaining a formal accreditation in Māori mediation.
This workshop is open to those with any level of te reo and tikanga proficiency from beginners to advanced
There are no pre-requisites to attending this workshop.
Understand mediation from a Māori perspective;
Apply the Tūhono Māori mediation model to formal mediation practice;
Learn how to apply tikanga and te reo Māori in mediation practice (including mihi, whakatau, karakia and waiata) ;
Practice the Tūhono model of mediation in mediation simulations;
Apply key Māori values, principles and customs relevant to Māori mediation practice;
Learn key communication skills to effectively facilitate mediation practice in a culturally responsive way.
This workshop is delivered in person / face to face
Those seeking Tūhono accreditation (Resolution Institute formal accreditation) should complete the five-day Resolution Institute Mediator training and accreditation assessment.
Accreditation / CPD
Participants can earn up to 18 CPD hours for attendance at this event.
For details of the accreditation process, please see the Resolution Institute website:
Dates, tIMES & Costs
Date(s): 21-23 April 2021
Venue: Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
Cable Street, Wellington
Date(s): 14-16 July 2021
Venue: Nga Kete Wananga Marae
Manukau Institute of Technology
53 Otara Road, Otara
Cost: $1,499.00 (+ GST)