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Leadership programme for Maori in public health (LIMPH)
 

The Leadership Programme of Maori in Public Health has been running since 2002 and has a strong reputation for contributing to building the capacity and capability of Maori Public Health leaders.  2016 applications are now open.
 

Application form 2016
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For more information see the Digital Indigenous website.

PLEASE NOTE

There will only be 15 - 20 places available for people committed to completing the programme.
This programme follows an action learning approach & is NOT on the NZQA framework.

Purpose
This programme has been specifically designed for Māori.
This programme aims to:

  • Increase participants’ understanding of a broad number of ‘cutting edge’ leadership issues


  • Provide a safe – but challenging – environment for participants to explore issues related to Māori public health
  • Strengthen participants’ networks across the country by fostering support, mentoring, strategy sharing and retention of Māori staff in the public health sector.
  • A project will also be undertaken outside the wānanga of this programme.
  • A training folder will be provided which will include all pre-reading material for each session.  

Participant Eligibility
For participants to be eligible for the programme, they shall be:
  • Māori; and
  • Currently employed in an organisation that has a Public Health contract with Ministry of Health or District Health Board; and
  • Committed to positive health outcomes for Maori; and
  • Committed to attending all four noho Marae; and
  • Committed to completing the programme.

 More information is available on the Digital Indigenous website.

 

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