Creative Technologies S
Skills and knowledge students are assumed to have basic practical skills.
Personal development, work, and learning.
This semester unit is aimed at further developing students’ skills in design and construction technologies. The course provides a solid foundation for further studies in Design and Technology, with a strong focus on the Engineering Design Process.
Students will have the opportunity to design and create products using a variety of materials and contemporary technologies.
Topics could include:
Impact study – environmental issue and impact on society and individuals
CAD/CAM processes include: 3D Rapid Prototyped models, Laser Cut, 3D printing components and CNC machined products.
Design & Construction of individual projects
Excursion to manufacturing industries
Assessment Type 1:
Specialised Skills Task(s)
Assessment Type 2:
Design Process and Product Part 1: Design Development Part 2: Product Realisation
Assessment Type 3:
Products: Design and make storage products.
Assessment Type 4: