kanorau National Partners

Welcome to the Kanorau Digital partners page. The Kanorau Team would like to acknowledge and thank all of our current partners listed below who are working with us to provide digital skills training to their clients or membership. 

We are always on the look out for more national or local partners, so please contact us if you have clients who need digital skills training. 

Pasifika Futures

Pasifika Futures is a Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency. They work with regionally based providers and partners to build the capability and capacity of Pacific families. Pasifika Futures supports Pacific families to achieve their aspirations in health, housing, education, training and economic development.
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Ministry of Social Development

Our Ministry is all about helping to build successful individuals, and in turn building strong, healthy families and communities.
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Met School Network

By offering students full digital citizenship, the Manaiakalani Programme helps them realise their potential.

We enable our learners and their whānau to access their learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace.

We support parents to invest in a  digital learning device for their child , provide wireless internet access at home and school , and drive evidence-based  innovation in teaching methods.
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Workbridge is New Zealand’s largest free employment service for disabled people or those with an injury or health condition.

There are more than 160,000 disabled people living in New Zealand who want to work. We provide a range of free employment support services for both job seekers and employers, individually tailored to suit every individual’s needs.
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Department of Corrections

The Department of Corrections works to make New Zealand a better, safer place. Our staff are committed to supporting offenders to help them address their offending and gain skills that will help them lead a crime-free life.
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Keen to become a Kanorau Partner?

Contact Us Today

Email us at kanorau@twoa.ac.nz or call 0800 526 672 to discuss becoming a Kanorau Digital partner today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is this course for?

Although this course was designed with Māori, Pasifika and people with disabilities in mind, it is open to all New Zealanders who need digital skills training.

We work with our partners to reach those who need digital skills training most. If you work with individuals or communities who could do with basic digital skills, then we want to work with you.

Who can be a Kanorau Digital partner?

We work with partners at a national, regional and local level, big and small.

We work together with our partners to co-create a structure of delivering Kanorau Digital that works for everyone. That might look like private courses at your venue or ours, or it could look like offering spaces in our public courses your communities.

We're open to your ideas, and how Kanorau Digital can be tailored to meet the needs of your organisation and communities.

Can we run private courses?

Yes! We're happy to set up private courses for your organisation and work with you to identify ways to bring Kanorau Digital to your communities. 

How can we promote Kanorau Digital to our communities?

We have online and offline marketing packs that we can provide you with to promote Kanorau Digital internally and externally.

We can run info sessions with your staff and help you to set up a registration process that is simple and straightforward.

How do I become a Kanorau Digital Partner? 

Get in touch with us to discuss becoming a Kanorau Digital partner today by emailing kanorau@twoa.ac.nz or calling 0800 526 672 and we'll connect you with one of our team members.

Is the course online? 

Kanorau Digital has in-person delivery, and we also have an online eLearning course available. Both are options that can be delivered to your communities.