Technology Technology

The rapid emergence of digital technologies, artificial intelligence, robotics, nanotechnology, 3D printing, laser cutting and the ‘internet of things’ has resulted in business and industry leaders looking for people with liquid skills. These skills include the ability to work with others, effectively communicate, demonstrate creative and critical thinking and have a disposition toward lifelong learning.

Students feel empowered when they make decisions about their own learning through risk taking, engaging in experiential learning, persistence in problem solving, and embracing collaboration working through the creative process. These are the innovators, educators, leaders and workers of the 21st century.

Junior Technology Subject Options

  • Business and Enterprise
  • Design and Technologies
  • Digital Innovation

Senior Technology Subject Options

  • Accounting 
  • Design 
  • Digital Solutions 
  • Food and Nutrition 
  • Hospitality Practices 
  • Information and Communication Technology

Business and Enterprise Projects

Junior Technology subject Business and Enterprise provides opportunities for students to learn about how businesses function today. Students are exposed to authentic and practical business situations that assist them in developing a sound knowledge of business principles and essential communication skills. Three small business ventures are integral to the course and provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to achieve both individual, team and business goals. Our students-turned-entrepreneurs create and sell products at the College Carnival and the $20 BOSS Trade Fair, as well as fundraise for College immersion projects.