In Technology students develop outcomes in a context that interests them. Technology education allows students to gain practical skills, knowledge, and understanding to thoughtfully live with, critique, and contribute to the technological developments that shape our lives.
Textile Products - Students explore design ideas and develop them to produce textile products within contexts such as fashion, wearable art, upcycling and accessories.
Food Products - Students design and manufacture food products to meet a brief.
Digital Products - Media Products focuses on the development of knowledge and skills using a wide range of internet and computing technologies to produce a media outcome.
Design and Visual Communication - Focuses on the development of knowledge and skills in the three-dimensional design contexts of architecture and product design.
Tech Skills - Materials develops practical skills using resistant textile materials. Computing develops practical skills in computing using a variety of programs.
Diplomat, Journalist, Policy Analyst, Copywriter, Public Relations Professional, Recruiting Manager, Lawyer, Actor, Director (Film, Television, Radio, Stage), Film and Video Editor, Television Presenter, Translator, Library Assistant, Author, Editor, Journalist, Technical Writer, Teacher, Primary School Teacher, Private Teacher, School Principal, Secondary School Teacher, Teacher of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), Tertiary Lecturer, Trainer, Barrister, Court/Legal Clerk, Judge, Legal Executive, Solicitor, Customs/Freight Broker, Data Entry Operator/Transcriptionist, Management Consultant, Printer, Geospatial Specialist, Procurement Manager, Auctioneer, Lexicographer, Medical Device Sales Representative, Human Resources Generalist, Publicist, Market Research Analyst