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  • 1. INDUSTRIAL ARTS Subject Selections for Year 11 – 2012
  • 2.
    • ENGINEERING STUDIES (Category A)
    • INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY (Category A)
    • Electronics Technologies
    • Graphics Technologies
    • Timber Products & Furniture Technologies
    Subjects offered: Choose one of the following:
    • CONSTRUCTION (VET) (Category B)
  • 3. ENGINEERING STUDIES What is Engineering about? ENGINEERS DESIGN THINGS WE NEED, THEN MAKE THEM ACCESSIBLE TO US.
  • 4. ENGINEERING STUDIES What do Engineers do? CREATE SOLUTIONS USE – Maths, Science, logic DESIGN DEVELOP – systems, procedures, plans COMMUNICATE MANAGE PROJECTS INNOVATE
  • 5. ENGINEERING STUDIES What sorts of Engineering are there?
  • 6. What sorts of Engineering are there?
  • 7. What sorts of Engineering are there?
  • 8. What sorts of Engineering are there?
  • 9. What sorts of Engineering are there?
  • 10. ENGINEERING STUDIES can lead to careers in: Architecture Engineering Industrial Design Project Management Surveying Metallurgy These are all university level courses
  • 11. CONSTRUCTION (VET) This course is for students who wish to work in the construction industry. The purpose of this course is to provide students with the opportunity to gain a range of skills and knowledge suitable for employment in the general construction industry. Fees $40
  • 12. CONSTRUCTION ……CONT’D Some jobs this course may lead to are: Bricklaying Carpentry Concreting Painting and Decorating Steel fixing Solid Plastering Wall and Floor Tiling These courses are generally taught at TAFE
  • 13. Developing practical skills and making projects, while learning how things are done in industry INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY Is about….
  • 14.
    • Both the Preliminary and HSC courses are organised around four sections:
      • Industry Study
      • Design, Management and Communication
      • Production
      • Industry Related Manufacturing Technology.
    INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY ** There is a MAJOR PROJECT worth 60% of the HSC Mark **
  • 15. INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY - Electronics Technologies Fees $45
  • 16. INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY – Graphics Technologies Fees $10
  • 17. INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY – Graphics Technologies
  • 18. INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY – Timber Products & Furniture Technologies Fees $45
  • 19. HSC Projects INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY – Timber Products & Furniture Technologies
  • 20. HSC Projects INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY – Timber Products & Furniture Technologies
  • 21. HSC Projects INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY – Timber Products & Furniture Technologies
  • 22.
    • Electronics Technologies
    • ENGINEERING STUDIES
    • INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
    • Graphics Technologies
    • Timber Products & Furniture Technologies
    • CONSTRUCTION (VET)
    SUMMARY: