Our Rākau Tautoko facilitators Jo and Tara plus a number of community and external key facilitators ran eight capability workshops through the second half of 2017 in Tamaki Maungakiekie local board area. Participants enjoyed weekly workshops and one on one mentoring. The following topics were delivered across the workshops; Social Enterprise Financial Literacy Business Planning …
In April 2017, three of our staff supported the development, facilitation and delivery of the technical training programme. Together with a technical tutor, they piloted a collaborative way of working with young people aged 16-24 year olds from Tāmaki local board area, who are out of education, employment and training. 4 weeks - Design and …
Continuing supporting The HEART Movement work through Change Agent growth and development and Whānau engagement.
The development and facilitation of a community calendar that has local administrators adding their activities onto an online calendar that all can access.
Supporting the growth and development of The HEART Movement Change Agents - local community members who share healthy relationship messages.
Working alongside one of the Playcentre Federation Professional Development Workers to create a codesign process of engagement with local Pacific Island Playcentre fanau and ensuring they are well supported and engaged in Playcentre Early Childhood Education Facilities.
Facilitating the re-growth of TIES alongside local leaders in the community of Tāmaki. Hosting and facilitating a series of meetings for community members that wanted to revitalise TIES in their practice and community.
This project involved collaborating with community organisations to understand the needs of parents of pre-schoolers in Tāmaki. The main aim was to inspire and motivate Tamaki parents of 0 to 5 year olds to become part of the HEART Movement parenting journey and help create parent-led initiatives throughout Tamaki. A co-design process was used to …
Engaging with the Tāmaki community to identify their level of understanding around waste reduction. This was then developed into a project to help build on their knowledge and skills and create a community owned and led project.
Working alongside a team of community leaders to create a way of working that will enable all kinds of community (place, interest and future) to come together and work as one.