Teacher in Charge: Mr J. DunleavyPre-requisites
$50 for resources and materials.
In this course, students learn how to design and manufacture products by working with various materials, components, tools and equipment. They learn about technological development and the design principles involved in traditional and modern manufacturing industry. They acquire skills in the application of a variety of techniques and processes using traditional workshop tools as well as working with CAD, Vinyl Cutters, and Laser Engraving which involves the use of wood, metal and plastics. They record their progress in a folio of design and development work and are assessed on the technological outcome and evaluation of their product(s).