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Food Technology

Assessment OUTLINE. 

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Term

Code

Achievement Standard Title

Credits 

Int / Ext

FAO

1


AS91351


Implement advanced procedures to process a specified product.


4

       I

No

2

AS91357 

Undertake effective development to make and trial a prototype.

6

      I

No

3

AS91353

Demonstrate understanding of advance concepts used in preservation and packaging for product storage

4

       I

No

2-4

AS91358 

Demonstrate understanding of how technological modelling supports risk management

4

      E

No     


What should I have already achieved?


Minimum of 8 credits in Level one Food or Technology, or with TIC approval.


What will I learn?


Level two Food Technology involves the application of a technology process to develop food products to

meet the requirements of student-developed briefs.  The course will also enable Students to develop

skills and knowledge of food chemistry, product development and sensory evaluation techniques, food

trends and influences, design and production. Student’s will research and identify a need or opportunity

to provide the focus for their major project, which will be determined by them.  Students will present their

research and development, as a portfolio alongside the construction of their products.


How will this course be assessed?


Students will be assessed on an assessment outline personalised by them. Their outline must have 14

credits.A course which is above this must be with TIC Food approval.


Will there be any FAO?  (Further Assessment Opportunities)


The course involves exploration of context and development of a prototype over a long term so a further

assessment opportunity is not feasible.  It is important that students meet milestones and act on

feedback/feed forward provided.  


Are there any Pre-requisite for year 13  ?


8 credits in level two Food Technology or by the discretion of the teacher in

charge of Food Technology, in consultation with the LA.



What are the course costs?


$70-00 plus some specialist ingredients may need to be provided.
Students are also required to have flat,

black, closed leather shoes.


Subpages (1): Year Plan