Technologies is a Key Learning Area that integrates both procedural and conceptual knowledge based on a holistic view of design concepts.
Students identify needs, apply design theory and use design processes that encourage creativity and imagination in the development of design solutions.
Students studying Technologies use a variety of materials, tools and techniques to solve real world problems and create solutions in response to this.
Learning is studied under three main areas of technology where during the course of study, students experience a variety of design specifications using a variety of technologies, which may include those listed below.
Specialist elective courses offered in Years 9 to 12 include:
- Design and Technology
- Engineering Studies
- Food Technology
- Industrial Technology
- Information Processes Technology
- Software Design and Development
- Textiles and Design