Why study Technology?
Technology builds on students’ practical skills with an emphasis on the design process. Students look at brief development, planning, preparation, research, outcome and evaluation. Technology enables students to develop their communication, research and modelling skills in order to design unique products to meet their own brief, and the needs of their stakeholders.
Students choose to study from the following areas of Technology: Fabric, Food, Digital, Hard Materials, Design and Visual Communication.
Courses in this Department
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Textiles and Industry Sales and Service, Retail and Wholesale, Food Technology, Food Science, Food Nutrition, New product design, Food Writing, Food Engineering, Quality assurance, Packaging designer, Food Critic, Nutritionist, Dietitian, Food Stylist, Product promotion, Hospitality, Chef, Baker, Bar Manager, Bartender, Front of House, Caterer, Cafe Manager, Tourism, Hotel/Motel Receptionist, Barista, Automotive Industry, Automotive Engineer, Automotive Electrician, Motor Body Trades, Light and Heavy Fabrication, Engineering: Fitter Turner, Composite Engineer, Machinist and Toolmaker, Marine Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Construction, Scaffolder, Roofer, Boat Builder, Plumber/Gasfitter, Armed Forces, Navy Weapons, Engineering Officer, Aircraft Engineer, Army Field Engineer, Aeronautical Engineer, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, Architect, Architectural Technician, Automotive Mechanic, Bicycle Mechanic, Biochemist, Biomedical Engineer, Biomedical Technician (Mechanical and Electronic), Biotechnologist, Boiler Attendant, Brewer, Butcher, Cabinet Maker, Chemical Engineer, Chemical Production Operator, Chemist, Civil Engineer, Civil Engineering Technician/Draughtsperson,