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Senior Business Communication and Technologies

This subject may lead to employment in areas such as business administration, event administration, workplace health and safety or tertiary study in the fields of business, business management, account, events management and human resources.

 

Business Studies

Students develop understanding of skills and attitudes regarding business. The course assists students to participate in business processes in the local or wider community. They learn how to complete necessary business documents whilst gaining knowledge of finance, marketing and running a small business. Students wishing to study Accounting in Year 11 and 12 will find Business useful.

Catering

The study of Catering reflects the same principles as Home Economics, but allows students to develop their skills and knowledge in the are of food, nutrition, cookery and presentation. Students will also participate in the planning and execution of catering functions within the school.

More information - Year 9

Junior Construction
 
Students will develop an understanding of the skills, techniques and language used within many facets of the construction industry.  They will be given the opportunity to work with trade relevant hand and power tools and equipment both within and beyond the classroom environment. Students who complete this course may pursue higher certificates in the building and construction industry, and those interested in obtaining traineeships or apprenticeships would have completed units contained in these qualifications.
 
 
Junior Engineering
Students will develop an understanding of the skills, techniques and language used within many facets of the metal fabrication industry.  They will be given the opportunity to work with trade relevant hand and power tools and equipment both within and beyond the classroom environment. Students who complete this course may pursue higher certificates in metal fabrication field such as Boilermaker, Fitter and Turner, Sheet metal worker, and those students interested in obtaining traineeships or apprenticeships would have completed units contained in these qualifications.
 
 

Graphics

Students develop understanding of skills, elements and principles of design to determine how effectively space is used to communicate a message to an intended audience.  Students develop solutions to graphical communication design challenges for a range of audiences using a range of media, visual and viewing systems.  They develop visual literacy as they view, read, comprehend and generate graphical representations and consider what can be seen and how people interpret what is seen.

Information and Communication Technologies

Throughout this course of study students will be given the opportunity to explore programming, implement design processes, respond to real-life problems in a simulated robotics environment and produce a movie using film and sound software.

More information - Year 9