RENEE RANDALL TRAINS YOUNG MAORI, AND GETS A VISIT FROM HIS PRIME MINISTER IN WAINUIOMATA
This news clip in Te Reo Rangatira (the language of Chiefs) of New Zealand, shows how a concentrated and sustained community effort and key partnerships created between educators working with youth in training programs–closely with local business owners is getting results. Jobs for the young.
The biz owners win. Government funded educators win. Most of all young people win –all working together to educate directly where industry is indicating where the economy is expanding. Resourceful, no waste, community grass roots spirit. Smart dedicated focus.
Renee Randall of Taranaki who now lives in Wellington (Wellywood), trains young people at The Wainuiomata Training Centre. In particular young Maori people.
Watch Prime Minister John Key at the 40 second mark, while he goes onto a marae (a community gathering place) to meet with Maori leaders, along with the Minister of Maori Affairs, Pita Sharples.
Then at the 1.57 minute mark, you can view Randall meeting the PM. If you don’t understand a word of the language, that’s okay you’ll get used to it in time. I like the word Peremia (or Prime Minister). The clip is just worth watching to hear that several times in this story. When you watch Maori Television in Hollywood, the word peremia is similar to the English word, Premiere — like a red carpet film premiere. Watch the clip two or three times, and say the word when you hear it. Then you’ve learned some Maori. Cool aye?!
Peremia, is so Wellywood in Hollywood; the word brought a smile. What a versatile prime minister of global action, New Zealand has in Mr. John Key. Training up the next generation is key this week. Enjoy clip.
[News story: Presenter, Scotty Morrison, Reporter Joe Glen, Executive Producer Tini Molyneux for Te Karere. Red carpet premiere Hollywood star belonging to a, once upon a time, legendary auteur and architect of Hollywood Cinema].
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 11.3.10~
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