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Industrial Design

IDT Course Outline.  Year Plan. Online Learning.

   *Literacy credits:  4      

TermCodeAchievement Standard TitlecreditsInt / ExtFAO
91356Develop a conceptual design for an outcome.6IN
1 - 2
91363*Demonstrate understanding of sustainability in design4EN
2 - 4
91357Undertake effective development to make and trial a prototype6ITBC
3 - 4
91343Use visual communication techniques to compose a presentation of a design
What should I have already achieved?
Entry Requirement: Automatic - Minimum 12 credits in Level One Graphics or Technology
OR Provisional - 12 credits Level One Graphics or Technology
OR TIC approval.
What will I learn?
Industrial Design is a hybrid course combining Technology and Graphics.

You will learn a range of skills to encourage innovative thinking and to enable to express your creative             ideas. The course will be developed using a series of briefs that will push you to expand your                           understanding of design through experimentation and reflection.
How will this course be assessed?
It is recommended that you will submit work totalling 14-17 credits. Work will be developed using a                   portfolio throughout the year. The external standards are also developed during the year and will be                 submitted to NZQA in Term 4. AS91347 is optional. It is recommended that you will chose either                       AS91343 or AS91358 in Term 3/4.
Will there be any FAO?  (Further Assessment Opportunities)
Due to the nature of the course FAO will not be available. Students will be offered formative assessment           to help them reach the level required for Level 2.
Are there any Pre-requisite for Level 3?
12 credits in Level 2 Industrial Design including 1 external paper, or by the discretion of the teacher in             charge of Technology, in consultation with the LA.

What are the course costs?
$60 to cover materials and consumables