Teacher in Charge: Mr C. Yearbury
This course introduces electronic concepts, components and micro-processor interfacing. Students will learn how to use machinery, hand tools and assemble techniques that reflect industry codes of practice. Students will design a solution within a given context and then create their design.
Note: Students must achieve US497 within the specified time frame in Term 1 to continue with this course.
This course links to the manufacturing and technology sector and the creative industries sector. It
encompasses these sector related careers: Electronics engineer, electrician, mechanical engineer technician, electronics trades, production manager, technical writer, sound technician or lead to further study for a degree in electronics engineering, technology, robotics or mechatronics.