ServiceIQ Gateway Cultural Camps
Getaway to a great adventure in Māori Tourism
ServiceIQ offers a choice of fantastic Gateway Tourism Cultural Camps held at beautiful marae around the country, such as Kapiti Island or Waitomo Caves. The camps are designed to give Year 13 students the rare opportunity to gain first-hand experience, practical skills and unit standards, while staying in a unique New Zealand cultural setting.
Camps are arranged by ServiceIQ, hosted by marae, and are partnered with tourism operators to provide some of the workplace experience and learning.
During the school holidays, the students will study and complete Tourism Māori Unit Standards, learn about nearby tourism attractions, the history and tikanga of the host marae – creating an authentic lens through which to understand Māori tourism and its value to the NZ tourism industry.
All up, it’s a memorable adventure in a stunning setting, not to be missed.
How it works
The Gateway Cultural Camps run from Monday to Friday with four nights’ stay at a marae. Students do their study with experienced teachers and industry specialists.
All meals and snacks are provided. Schools will be responsible for arranging students’ transport to and from the marae.
Benefits for students
Students who successfully complete the programme will have gained:
Tourism Māori Unit Standards at Level 2 and Level 3
Real skills and knowledge of our unique Māori culture and the tourism industry
Inspiration and insights into different career options
Industry contacts that may be able to help them get a job and build a career.
To sign up to one of these great Cultural Camps, please click on the link below and fill in your details.
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