ToTs APM and Workshop: Mātauranga Māori in Ceremonies
Come to the TOTS APM and join your celebrant companions as we consider how we might
incorporate aspects of tikanga Māori into our ceremonies.
Annual Planning Meeting and Workshops
Lunch will be provided – please provide dietary requirements.
Come along and join your celebrant companions as we consider how we might incorporate aspects of tikanga Māori into our ceremonies. Simply put, Mātauranga Māori means ‘Māori knowledge', a modern term that broadly includes traditions, values, philosophies and world views.
Vicky will lead us in our exploration of what, when and how we might include te ao Māori in our celebrant work. We will learn about ngā atua Māori, appropriate karakia for different contexts and how they could be used in openings and closings to enhance our ceremonies.
- 9.30am - coffee and tea
- 10am - Vicky’s workshop commences – and runs through to 1pm. (We can have drinks and snacks available during the workshop for people to help themselves)
- 1pm - lunch
- 1.30pm - APM
- 2.15pm - Lisa Trusler, Photographer. A relaxed interactive session so please bring your specific questions. Lisa will talk us through her typical wedding day shoot, and how we can work together to ensure the photos are a magical record of the wedding day (or any other celebration/ceremony). https://www.lisatruslerphotography.com/
- 3pm - finish
BODY OF KNOWLEDGE:
1.2 Identify and address client needs at all times ensuring respect and confidentiality of the client.
1.3 Target communication styles to build rapport with clients
1.4 Consider the design of ceremony including incorporating client needs, defining purpose of ceremony, and consideration of other factors impinging on ceremony.
2.2 Identify the significance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in the development and delivery of services.
3.1 Participate in CANZ Professional Development opportunities.