Technical and Applied Studies

Technological and Applied Studies (TAS) subjects aim to engage students in a diverse range of practical and theoretical activities that provide opportunities for them to solve simple and complex problems.

Using innovative and creative approaches, students are challenged to interpret real life scenarios and with the help of modelling and prototyping methodologies, solve problems presented by these scenarios.

Students develop critical thinking skills, learn about, and use a variety of resources, materials, tools and techniques to solve problems and meet identified needs.

TAS utilises a variety of technologies to assist students.

The timber workshops provide students with a variety of modern, industry-standard and well maintained machines, and 3D printers are used to prototype and produce a variety of models and components for projects. Students are exposed to and learn to make use of CAD, and other industry standard software programs.

Our computing based courses provide students with the skills and experiences to navigate a technology based world. They are given opportunities to develop a sound understanding of current and emerging technologies so that they are equipped for further education and for life in the workforce.

We have commercial kitchen facilities as well as a traditional style kitchen, in which students can develop food preparation and presentation skills and gain an understanding of food science.

There are also a number of multi-focused rooms to cater for focus areas such as Textiles Technology, STEM, Design and Technology and Engineering.

Courses Offered

Stage 4

Stage 5

Stage 6

  • Technology Mandatory (units include)
    • Digital Technologies
    • Engineered Systems
    • Food Technology and Agricultural Technology
    • Material Technologies
  • Design & Technology
  • Food Technology
  • Graphics Technology
  • Industrial Technology- Metal
  • Industrial Technology- Timber
  • Information and Software Technology
  • Textile Technology
  • Design & Technology
  • Engineering Studies
  • Food Technology
  • Industrial Technology- Timber
  • Enterprise Computing
  • Textiles and Design


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