Furniture Design & Construction
Students are assumed to have basic practical skills.
Personal development, work and learning.
Design and Technology develops students’ abilities to identify, create, initiate and develop products, processes and systems. Students learn to use tools, materials and equipment safely and competently to complete products designed in class. They explore the environmental and social consequences of technologies.
Safe use of hand tools, power tools and industrial quality machinery
Use of computer costing software and CAD graphics
Skill development exercises
Practice a range of contemporary and traditional timber joining processes
Accurate timber machining, wood turning and sliding drawer construction.
Contribution towards the cost of take-home projects above $50.00 of materials allowance.
Assessment Type 1:
Specialised Skills Tasks 1 and 2 (20%)
Assessment Type 2:
Design Process and Product (50%)
Assessment Type 3:
Resource Study (including Resource Investigation and Issue Exploration) (30%)
Assessment Type 4: