Industrial Arts - Graphics
- Industrial Technology – GRAPHICS Technologies
Industrial Technology is a practical, non-vocational 2 Unit course for Years 11 & 12.
Industrial Technology – GRAPHICS Technologies develops a students ability to communicate graphically in the form that is used in Construction, Manufacturing, Graphic design and related design fields. It will develop skills and knowledge associated with the graphics industry such as:
· drafting skills to allow you to manage and create a major project in a graphic format. This major project will be worth 60% of the final HSC assessment in this subject.
· current drafting techniques and technologies such as Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CAD) as used in the graphics industry
· design limitations in creating graphics
· environmental issues associated with the graphics industry
· common management structures of companies within the graphics industry
The Preliminary Course The preliminary course uses Project Work as a means of attaining the required drafting skills and associated theoretical knowledge. Students will also study the graphics industry in general, covering the Structural, Technological and Environmental issues that affect that industry.
The HSC Course The HSC course will focus on the student’s own major work. The major work will be marked by external examiners and will form part of both the school’s assessment and the HSC assessment. A folio will accompany the major work and will show evidence of planning and management of the major work.