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Industrial Technology Years 7–10 Syllabus

Students may study up to 2 courses based on the Industrial Technology syllabus. Each course may comprise:

1 focus area studied for 100 hours (core modules only) or

1 focus area studied for 200 hours (core modules plus 2 specialised modules).

Course combinations in Industrial Technology Years 7–10 may include:

1 x 100-hour course

1 x 200-hour course

2 x 100-hour courses

2 x 200-hour courses

1 x 100-hour course and 1 x 200-hour course.

Each course must be based on the study of one focus area only. Where a student undertakes two courses in Industrial Technology, they must be from different focus areas.

For example:

Focus Area – Timber

A student may choose to study

100-hour course:

General Wood 2

Core Module

50 hours

General Wood 1

Core Module

50 hours

200-hour course:

Cabinetwork 4

Specialised Module

50 hours

Cabinetwork 3

Specialised Module

50 hours

General Wood 2

Core Module

50 hours

General Wood 1

Core Module

50 hours

OR

Cabinetwork 3

Specialised Module

50 hours

Wood Machining 3

Specialised Module

50 hours

General Wood 2

Core Module

50 hours

General Wood 1

Core Module

50 hours

Life Skills

Life Skills outcomes and content are in section 8.

Cross-curriculum Content

Cross-curriculum content assists students to achieve the broad learning outcomes defined in the Board of Studies K–10 Curriculum Framework. It is incorporated in the content of the Industrial Technology Years 7–10 Syllabus in the following ways:

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