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Support Opportunities: Māori Grants and Funding

Tūruki is dedicated to developing a Māori healthcare workforce that better represents Māori people in Hawke’s Bay to improve the standard of healthcare services for all our people.

To help to achieve this, we provide support and development opportunities for healthcare workers including awards, scholarships, Māori grants and funding.

To help to achieve this, we provide support and development opportunities for healthcare workers including awards, scholarships, Māori grants and funding.

If you’re looking to start or develop your career in healthcare, we have many support opportunities to help you achieve your goals. We focus on reducing the barriers to learning, provide opportunities to learn from experts and help you to gain experience in a wide range of healthcare careers.

Tūruki support opportunities include:

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Scholarships, Māori Grants & Funding

Tūruki provides scholarships to help you get a job in Hawke’s Bay healthcare and to develop your career.

Māori Nursing Awards

Every year, Tūruki recognises and honours Māori nurses with two awards for outstanding work and for closing the disparity gap within Hawke’s Bay.

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Support Staff

Dianne-ennor

Dianne Ennor

Role: Cultural Support Advisor at EIT
Phone: 06 830 1825
Email: DEnnor@eit.ac.nz

Description: My role as the Cultural Support Advisor sees me working within the Library Information and Learning Services team at EIT. My role is to provide support to students that receive Health Workforce New Zealand (HWNZ) and Tūruki scholarship funding. I also provide pastoral care, academic assistance and cultural support where needed through our open door policy. I facilitate communication between tutors, learning advisors and students as well as guidance on career and study pathways to ensure a positive outcome for students.

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Huia Beattie

Role: Cultural Support Advisor
Phone: 027 247 4878

Description: Huia Beattie has whakapapa to Tuhoe and Ngati Kahunugnu. Huia provide cultural supervision and support to Māori students and graduates within the Nurse Entry to Practice Programme and other Certificate and Diploma programmes funded by Health Workforce New Zealand

Talk to us about support opportunities.