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Ngā Manukura o Āpōpō is Tomorrow's Clinical Leaders, which is designed to offer Māori Nurses and Midwives the opportunity to participate in a Māori clinical leadership programme.

Thirteen cohorts have completed the Clinical Leadership Training, with another two cohorts planned for delivery in 2017.

Enrollments are open for Nga Manukura o Apopo: Clinical Leadership Training Programme for Maori Nurses and Midwives.

The programme aims to:

  • Increase participants' understanding of a broad number of 'cutting edge' clinical leadership issues;
  • Provide a safe - but challenging - environment for participants to explore issues related to leadership in Māori nursing and midwifery; and,
  • Build and strengthen participants' networks across the country by fostering support and strategy sharing.

The 8-day Clinical Leadership Training Programme consists of four 2-day wānanga spread over a 4-month period.

The Programme sessions are designed to stimulate learning, discussion, debate and action.

Key themes to be explored in the Programme include:
Leadership and management including Māori models of leadership cultural competency;

  • Clinical governance and quality improvement (models, tools, tactics, using data);
  • Change management including leading a change management project to completion;
  • Resource management and prioritisation including budget management; and,
  • People management including managing conflict, building teams, coaching and understanding policy, legislation and regulation.


Cohort 15 will be held in Waikato at Tūrangawaewae Marae, Ngāruawahia.

Cohort 15:

  • Wānanga 1 = 3 and 4 August 2017
  • Wānanga 2 = 14 and 15 September 2017
  • Wānanga 3 = 12 and 13 October 2017
  • Wānanga 4 = 9 and 10 November 2017 (Please note in Cohort 15 the date for Wānanga 4 has been changed)

Any queries please contact Tania directly -

Fill out the enrollment at this link:

For more information, check out:

NMOA Enrollment Form (Print and Fill) Word, 105 KB



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Last updated 17 October 2019.