Contact Person:

MJ Harrison


Youth and Community Facilitator (South Auckland)




Te Aratohu Mahi 2-day programme that is delivered to High School students in collaboration with our industry/community partners. The aim of our programme is to help students build their confidence and knowledge that is needed to be better equipped prior to transitioning into sustainable employment opportunities within the Civil Construction and Infrastructure industry. On completion trade specific students will obtain their site safe certificate. Manu Tāiko The Manu Tāiko programme intends to inspire and expose Māori wahine to the wide range of jobs within the construction and infrastructure industry, providing essential training and experiential opportunities, through collaborative joint member efforts. The event is broken into three key elements (Discover, Develop and Deploy), with a focus on quality engagements and building sustainable careers in the construction and infrastructure industry.


Employment pathways, Work ready skills, Other

Key Words

Kaupapa Māori, Tangata Pasifika, NEETs, Secondary School, Tertiary Education, Careers, Disability, LGBTQ+, Professional Development/Training, Work Experience, Employer, Collaborative Partnerships, Certified, Free Service