Students design or redesign a variety of manufactured items, parks, signs, posters, presentations, animations and more. We then make virtual prototypes of them for testing and marketing. We follow a design process, which is a way of helping us to think clearly. Our designed articles are produced as sketches, technical drawings, animated clips, 3d virtual and paper models, walkthroughs and CNC prototypes.
A large part of Graphics involves using computer technology. We learn and use 3DS Max for animations, Inventor and AutoCad for mechanical design, Revit for architectural and built environment design, and Photoshop for graphic design. These programs are all used commercially by engineers, designers, and architects.
We offer Graphics from Year 7 through to Year 12.
Industrial Technology is a branch of the school that specialises in safe, hands-on, project-based learning. We learn to create, to design, to use tools, machinery and processes.
Some of our courses are aimed at Trade career paths. Some of them are aimed at University Entrance. All of our courses are suitable for girls and boys who enjoy working with their hands to create.
Industrial Technology runs workshop courses from Year 7 through to Year 12.
|VET Certificate I in Manufacturing (Pathways)||Year 10|
|VET Certificate I in Furnishing||Year 11|
|VET Certificate II in Furniture Making||Year 12|
|VET Certificate I in Engineering||Year 11|
|VET Certificate II in Manufacturing Technology||Year 12|