2019 ANZASW AGM and CPD (Professional Development) Day
Date(s) - 30/08/2019
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Ngā Hau E Whā Marae
ANZASW is using this opportunity to further support you to meet SWRB requirements for professional development. There are THREE MAIN REASONS why you should come to this CPD day that the ANZASW Waikato has organised for you:
1. These workshops meet SWRB Core Competences 1 & 2: Competence to practice social work with Māori & Competence to practice with different ethnic & cultural groups in Aotearoa
2. These workshops meet the new SWRB CPD requirements:
a. Your CPD log will need to show evidence that one component of your CPD related to competence to work with Māori
b. The CPD log is expected to show that you have utilised at least two types of CPD, at least one of which should involve engagement with others (https://swrb.govt.nz/for-social-workers/continuing-professional-development/)
3. This is also a chance to meet with other social workers, put names to faces, eat good food and listen to new ideas… so please feel free to forward this e-mail to family, friends or colleagues.
He mihi o te tau hou ki a koutou i raro i te ingoa tapu o te atua. Poroporoaki ki a ratou i te arai, haere atu koutou. Whakahonoretia ki te Kingi Tuheitia, e noho ki runga i te torona tapu o te Kahui Ariki whanui tonu.
This is a Te Ao Māori event.There will be two workshops to choose from, with information and professional development to explain each tikanga Māori activity. There will be kaitiaki available during each session to explain the background to the pōwhiri & the poroporoaki, what is being said and to answer questions you may have.
|10.30am||Merv Hancock lecture: Tamarapa Lloyd, Keynote speaker|
|11.30||Concurrent Workshops. Workshops will be presented from a Te Ao Māori perspective:
Workshop 1 – Gender and Sexual Diversity at Work Workshop
Workshop 2 – Rebuilding the village for our people
|1.30||Annual General Meeting|
|3.30||Poroporoaki/Closing the Hui|
Tamarapa Lloyd: Merv Hancock Address
Mai Maketu ki Tongariro tēnei no Te Arawa no Ngāti Tūwharetoa e mihi kau ana ki a koutou – kia ora
TamarapaI’m from Te Arawa and Ngāti Tuwharetoa and my tribal geographies span from Maketu on the east coast to Tongariro in the south. I’m also from Rarotonga (from the Nicholas and Brell whānau)
I have worked in the Māori sector all my life. Previously, as General Counsel at Te Ohu Kai Moana, then in different executive tribal positions and also previous consulting roles.
I am passionate about improving Māori outcomes by formally engaging Māori in the change process to achieve better outcomes. I have experience in service design, operating model design, large scale programme delivery, strategic planning, programme and organisational reviews.
I provide advisory and consulting services to Ahu Whenua Māori land trusts, Māori land Incorporations, Iwi organisations and local/central Government.
As a trusted advisor to the Māori sector with over 15+ years’ experience I help my clients make informed decisions about optimal outcomes and development strategies to achieve improved benefits, development growth and better outcomes for Māori.
Workshop 1: Gender and Sexual Diversity at Work Workshop
Presenter: Dave Hati
Ko Hikurangi, Ko Kario, Ko Paekowhai okū Maungā
Ko Te Rauparapa, Ko Mitimiti, Ko Whangaehu okū Awā
Ko Ngatokimatawhaorua, Ko Kurahaupo okū Wakā
Ko Matawai, Ko Mangatowai, Ko Kauangaroa okū Maraē
Ko Ngāti Hine, Ko Ngāti Kuri, Ko Ngā Wairiki okū Hapū
Ko Ngapuhi, Ko Ngāti Apā okū Iwī
Ko Wai Au?
Ko Dave Hati takū Ingoā
Ko Takatāpui Ahaū
No Te Tai Tokerau, No Whanganui Ahaū
No reira, tenā koutoū katoā
Nau Mai, Haere Mai!
My name is Dave Hati, and I am one of the Co-convenors for Out@Work, for the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions – Te Kauae Kaimahi. I am also a registered Social Worker in Schools (SwiS) for Hauraki Māori Trust Board covering the Coromandel/Whitianga rohe. I hail from Far North and Whanganui. But most importantly I identify as takatāpui (gay male).
Aim of workshop
Participants will discuss and explore gender and sexual diversity at work.
Participants will have
- An awareness of the LGBTQI+ community
- Some ideas and tips around working with LGBTQI+ members of our community and in our workplaces
Workshop 2: Rebuilding the village for our people
Presenter: Raewyn Nordstrom
He uri ahau no Ngāti Hine, Rongomaiwahine, Ngāti Whakaue me Waikato Tainui
Ko Raewyn Tipene Nordstrom ahau.
I have a question for you all to consider. What will tamariki in care say to their mokopuna in 20 years about their experiences?
I hope their stories are going to change for the better. I hope we will hear less about loss of identity and disconnection and see more evidence of Oranga Tamariki helping to bring families together and strengthen them.
30 years’ experience as a family group conference coordinator and family court counsellor, Raewyn considers herself a creative, native disruptor helping to “rebuild the village” by inspiring and strengthening our people.
Aim of workshop
- Use culturally appropriate techniques to connect with tamariki and their whānau
- Be brave and connect with others who can support your engagement with whānau.
- There is always someone that can help or awhi tamariki
Suggested Dress Code
Dress attire for pōwhiri process:
Wahine: Black knee length dress / skirt, black top, arms covered.
Tane: Black pants, black dress shirt.
Remember it will be winter and may well be damp – this is Waikato after all!!
Morning tea and lunch are provided. Lunch will be a hangi, with vegetarian, vegan, halal and other dietary requirements catered to.
Cost for the entire day:
Members of ANZASW $60
- with 4 weeks’ notice: Full Refund
- with 1 weeks’ notice: 50% Refund
- with less than 1 weeks’ notice: No Refund