Māori have one of the highest rates of road deaths in the Auckland region, and this is particularly high among 16 to 24-year-olds.
Having a restricted or full driver’s licence has been linked to reducing the chance of being involved in a crash.
Nau mai ki te papamahi utukore!
E hiahia ana koe kia whiwhi koe i tō raihana ākonga kaitaraiwa? Māori mai kei waenga i te 16 ki te 24 ngā tau?
Mai i ēnei papamahi UTUKORE e piki ake tō mārama ki te puka kawa a rori, e pakari ake ai tō āta whakamātau mo tō raihana ākonga kaitaraiwa.
Ko ngā mahi tohi raihana i hangā kia hua ai koe hei taraiwa tūpato ake i runga i o tātou rori. Ko ngā aukatinga kei ia paerewa o te whāinga raihana he mea hei āwhina i a koe ki te ako tautōhito hou me te kore o te uhi taimahatanga atu pēra i te taraiwa me te mau pāhihi i roto i te motoka i te pō.
He aha i tika ai tō whiwhi raihana kaitaraiwa!
- Ināianei he rahi te kaituku mahi e kimi taiohi whai raihana kaitāraiwa ana - ahakoa kāhore te kaitaraiwa i te arohia e te mahi!
- Ka wātea ake koe ki te taki haere tō kotahi ki te mahi, ki ngā mahi hākinakina me whakahoahoa noa me te kore e whirinaki mā tētahi atu koe e tāraiwa haere!
Ngā papamahi mō te tau 2017
13 me te 14 o Hui-tanguru - Tāmaki Makaurau (Ōrākei Marae, 59B Kitemoana Street, Ōrākei).
Want to get your learner licence? Māori and between the ages of 16 to 24?
These FREE workshops will provide you with a better understanding of the road code, and will help you to sit your learner licence with greater confidence.
The licence process is designed to make you a safe driver on our roads. The restrictions at each stage of the licence help you learn new skills without the extra pressure of things like driving at night or with passengers in the car.
Why you should get a driver's licence!
- Many employers are now looking for young people with a driver’s licence – even if driving isn’t part of the job!
- You will have the independence to travel to work, sport and social activities without having to rely on others to drive you!
Workshops for 2017
13 and 14 February - Central Auckland (Ōrākei Marae, 59B Kitemoana Street, Ōrākei)