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Industrial Technology Years 7–10 Syllabus

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY – LEATHER

Leatherwork – Core Module 2

Students learn about:

Students learn to:

OHS and Risk Management

(refer to Outcomes 5.1.1, 5.1.2, 5.4.2 on page 12)

identified hazards in the work environment

principles of risk management

clean and hygienic work practices

safely use hand and power tools, materials, finishes and equipment

select and use personal protective equipment

Materials

(refer to Outcomes 5.3.1, 5.3.2, 5.5.1 on pages 12–13)

the properties and working characteristics of leather

leather production and treatment processes

consider the working characteristics of a number of commonly used leathers when selecting and using leather for specific projects

describe how leather is tanned and manufactured

Equipment, Tools and Machines

(refer to Outcomes 5.2.2, 5.4.2, 5.5.1 on pages 12–13)

the care and use of hand and power tools

a range of equipment, tools and machines used for:

braiding

stamping

carving – silhouette and relief

punching

simple modelling

fitting of hardware

adjust and use hand tools in the production of practical projects

care for hand tools and understand the importance of proper care and maintenance

Techniques

(refer to Outcomes 5.2.2, 5.4.2, 5.5.1 on pages 12–13)

measurement and sizing

a range of processes and techniques for shaping, cutting and joining leather including:

complex carving

bending

buttonhole stitch

sewing by hand

inserting gussets

cementing

edge treatments and finishing

measure and mark out projects from a workshop drawing with accuracy and precision

use a variety of shaping, cutting and joining methods

braid a simple three-strand plait

apply edge treatments, prepare surfaces and apply suitable finishes, eg stains and dyes

Links to Industry

(refer to Outcomes 5.5.1, 5.7.2 on page 13)

industrial techniques and processes

the relationships between careers and industries in the leather area

identify alternative historical industrial technologies appropriate to the task and the material being used

relate appropriate industrial production skills to work in the classroom

describe different careers within the leatherwork industry and analyse the relationships between them

Design

(refer to Outcomes 5.2.1, 5.5.1, 5.6.1 on pages 12–13)

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