Code of Ethics for Youth Work in Aotearoa - Noho Marae
Wanna be a good youth worker or a great one?
Our young people deserve the best from us, so let's get equipped for the mahi.
Code of Ethics training is essential for all youth workers and a prerequisite for membership with the Canterbury Youth Workers Collective.
About the Code of Ethics Noho Marae
We're excited to launch into our third year of running our Code of Ethics Training as a noho marae. A Noho Marae is an overnight marae stay. Being part of the bicultural journey, this is required of all participants.
The Code of Ethics for Youth Work in Aotearoa New Zealand defines key values and standards for youth workers in Aotearoa New Zealand. Developed around the six principles of the Youth Development Strategy Aotearoa, the Code is comprised of 27 clauses critical to effective, ethical youth work practice and practical examples of how they might apply in youth work.
It's not just what you can't do. It's about growing in solid youth development practice for our rangatahi and celebrating the unique and necessary approach that defines youth work.
The Code of Ethics for Youth Work in Aotearoa does not have a 'Treaty clause', instead a commitment to biculturalism is woven throughout the document. In order to have our Ethics Training better reflect this, and on the advice of our Tangata Whenua Kaitohutohu (advisory group) we decided to move the training to the marae. Don't be shy! We know many of our Youth Workers haven't had the opportunity to stay at a marae before, but there will be a lot of value for your personal and professional development by weaving this in with Ethics training.
Next Noho Marae Dates
Monday 29th - 30th March 2021
Monday 14th - Tuesday 15th June 2021
Mondy 11th - Tuesday 12th October 2021
*These dates are tentative and will be confirmed early 2021
Pōwhiri - Meet at the marae for the formal welcoming ceremony. Youth Workers will be supported and guided by our facilitators as well as CYWC staff.
Whakawhanaungatanga and marae tikanga - Getting to know each other, the local history and understanding protocols on the marae
Introduction to the Code of Ethics/Youth Development
Biculturalism and the Treaty of Waitangi
Bicultural Ethics Continued
Ethics in Scenarios
Final Learnings plus Mihi Whakamutunga
Depart the Marae
Tuahiwi Marae (29th-30th March), 219 Tuahiwi Road, Tuahiwi 7691
Payment Policy & Covid Alert Levels
These trainings are highly subsidised by the Department of Internal Affairs and without this sponsorship, each participant would need to pay $200 approx. Refunds are available through this ticketing system 7 days prior to training otherwise refunds would only be considered under significant circumstances. However, any registrant who does not attend and does not communicate with CYWC Staff will need to be invoiced for the full cost of the training.
We are planning this event under the assumption that we will be at alert level one. If we are still at alert level two the training will be a two-day event beginning at 7.30 am - 8 pm each day with no overnight stay. If we are at alert level three or more the event will be canceled and refunds will be processed.
Any questions (or to check if you're a member), email Harriet Boyle at firstname.lastname@example.org
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