YEAR 11 PROSPECTUS 2021 - JOHN TONKIN COLLEGE - EXCELLENCE RESPECT COMMITMENT

 
YEAR 11 PROSPECTUS 2021 - JOHN TONKIN COLLEGE - EXCELLENCE RESPECT COMMITMENT
JOHN TONKIN COLLEGE
YEAR 11 PROSPECTUS 2021

  EXCELLENCE RESPECT COMMITMENT
YEAR 11 PROSPECTUS 2021 - JOHN TONKIN COLLEGE - EXCELLENCE RESPECT COMMITMENT
WACE requirements 2021 and beyond

          General requirements
          You must:

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                  Demonstrate a minimum standard of literacy (reading and writing) and a minimum
                   standard of numeracy
                  Complete a minimum of 20 units, or equivalents
                  Complete
                           at least four Year 12 ATAR courses OR
                           at least five Year 12 General course and/or ATAR courses or equivalent OR
                           a Certificate II (or higher) VET qualification in combination with ATAR,
                            General or Foundation courses.

          Literacy and numeracy standard
          For the WACE literacy and numeracy standard you may:

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                   pre-qualify through achieving Band 8 or higher in the reading, writing and numeracy
                    tests of the Year 9 National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy
                    (NAPLAN), or;
                   demonstrate the minimum standard of literacy and numeracy by successfully
                    completing the relevant components of the Online Literacy and Numeracy
                    Assessment (OLNA) in Year 10, 11 or 12.

          Breadth and depth
          You must complete a minimum of 20 units, which may include unit equivalents attained

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          through VET and/or endorsed programs. This requirement must include at least:
                 a minimum of ten Year 12 units, or the equivalent
                 four units from an English course, post Year 10, including at least one pair of Year
                  12 units from an English learning area course
                 one pair of Year 12 units from each of List A (arts/languages/social sciences) and
                  List B (mathematics/science/technology) subjects.

          Achievement standard
          You must achieve at least 14 C grades or higher (or equivalents) in Year 11 and Year 12

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          units, including at least six C grades (or equivalents) in Year 12 units.

          Unit equivalents
          Unit equivalents can be obtained through VET qualifications and/or endorsed programs. The

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          maximum number of unit equivalents available through VET and endorsed programs is four
          Year 11 units and four Year 12 units with a maximum of four units with endorsed programs –
          two in Year 11 and two in Year 12.

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WACE 2021-2022
                       Courses in Year 11 and 12
                        Typically, you will embark on one
                   of three pathways across Year 11 and 12:

Pathway One
ATAR
You will choose five courses with the aim of achieving a university placement.

Pathway Two
General
You will choose six General courses, one of which may include a Certificate II delivered at JTC.

Pathway Three
General VET (by application)
The courses are arranged as paired semester-length units. In Year 11, you would typically study two units of a
chosen course in one academic year. In Year 12, you must study two paired units that comprise a yearlong course.

                                                                                  Year 12
                                                                 Year 11
                                                 Year 12
                                 Year 11                                          Units 3/4
                 Year 11                                                          ATAR
                                                                 Units 1/2
                                                 Units 3/4       ATAR

                                 Units 1/2       General

                 Unit 1/2        General
                 Foundation

                                               INCREASING DIFFICULTY— FOUNDATION TO ATAR

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Minimum Entry Requirement
                                                   2021
    Minimum Entry Requirement, (MER) refers to the standard of academic performance that you need to
     achieve to demonstrate their aptitude and/or suitability for a particular course. Minimum Entry
     Requirements for specific courses are determined through the analysis of historical data, case studies and
     consideration of the complexity of course content.

    The concept of Minimum Entry Requirements is common in educational contexts, including university and
     Training WA enrolments. Stating Minimum Entry Requirements for Years 11 and 12 courses is regarded
     as standard practice in Western Australian schools, and is supported by the Department of Education.

    The purpose of Minimum Entry Requirements is to clearly indicate the rigour and academic standards of
     each course. They serve to guide students and parents in the course selection process, so that you choose
     courses that are appropriate for your academic abilities. The Minimum Entry Requirements are provided
     to support you to be successful in Years 11 and 12 courses.

    Minimum Entry Requirements for ATAR courses are expressed in grades. The other desirable attributes
     may also be described in the ‘Additional Information’ notes.

    The following table outlines the standards of your performance that would be expected in Years 9 and 10,
     to enter pathways in Years 11 and 12. This is included courtesy of the Secondary Pathways and Transitions
     Team, Department of Education.

                                         Typically……
        Year 9                      Year 10                Year 11& Year 12                Post School
                                                                                           Destination

       High As
       Average                                                   Units 1-4
     NAPLAN Band                  High A Average               ATAR Courses                   University
        9/ 10

                                                                Units 1-4                    University or
       Low A or B                   Low A or B               ATAR or General                 Training WA
        Average                      Average                 Courses & higher               Apprenticeship
    NAPLAN Band 7/8                                            Level Certs                     ECU, ND

                                                             General Courses/VET
       Low B or C                   Low B or C                   or Units 1-4                Training WA
        Average                      Average                 Foundation Courses              Traineeships
    NAPLAN Band 6/7                                             As necessary                 Employment

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WACE—Breadth of Study List
                             2021

For a you to achieve a WACE in 2021 and beyond, you must complete, in the final year
(Year 12), at least one course from each of the following lists. For this purpose,
completion of a course means that you have:

     Received a grade in a course in the final year of senior secondary schooling in that course
     Made a genuine attempt in the examination for that course (ATAR courses)

List A                                                       List B
(Arts/Languages/Social Sciences)                             (Mathematics/Science/Technology)

DRA    Drama                                                 AIT      Applied Information Technology
ENG    English                                               BCN      Building and Construction
HEA    Health Studies                                        BIO      Biology
HIM    Modern History                                        CHE      Chemistry
MUS    Music                                                 DESP     Design Photography
PAL    Politics and Law                                      DEST     Design Technical Graphics
VAR    Visual Arts                                           FST      Food Science and Technology
                                                             HBY      Human Biology
                                                             MMS      Marine and Maritime Studies
                                                             MDTW     Materials Design and Technology—Wood
                                                             MDTM     Materials Design and Technology—Metal
                                                             MATF     Foundation Mathematics
                                                             MAA      Mathematics: Applications
                                                             MAE      Mathematics: Essential
                                                             MAM      Mathematics: Methods
                                                             OED      Outdoor Education
                                                             PES      Physical Education Studies
                                                             PHY      Physics
                                                             PSY      Psychology

Please Note:

      It is very important when selecting an ATAR course that attention is paid to (MER)
       Minimum Entry Requirements.

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JTC WACE Course Information Year 11 ATAR
ATAR Biology
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0010/10405/Biology-Y11-Syllabus-AC-ATARGD.pdf

Year: 11                             Code: A1BIO A2BIO

Minimum Entry Requirement

      B Grade or higher for Science in Year 10
      Attitude, Behaviour and Effort (ABE) prerequisite of ‘consistently meets deadlines’

Curriculum Focus

Biology is the study of the fascinating diversity of life as it evolves, interacts and functions. Investigation of biological systems and their
interactions, has led to biological knowledge and understanding that enables biologists to explore and explain everyday observations,
find solutions to biological issues, and understand processes of continuity and change over time. This course explores ways in which
scientists work collaboratively and individually to increase understanding of biological knowledge. You will develop investigative,
analytical and communication skills through field and research investigations of living systems and through critical evaluation of the
development, ethics, applications and influences of contemporary biological knowledge.

Course Content

A1BIO

Ecosystems and biodiversity

In this unit, you will investigate several diverse ecosystems, exploring the range of biotic and abiotic components to understand
ecosystem dynamics and diversity. You will develop an understanding of the processes involved in energy and matter cycles in
ecosystems. You will investigate ecosystem and population dynamics, and interactions between abiotic and biotic components of
ecosystems. You will use classification keys to identify organisms, describe biodiversity, investigate patterns in relationships between
organisms, and aid scientific communication. A focus of this unit is undertaking fieldwork to investigate biodiversity in the local area.
You will analyse and interpret data collected and report findings in a scientific report.

A2BIO

From single cells to multicellular organisms

In this unit, you will examine inputs and outputs of cells to develop an understanding of the chemical nature of cellular systems, both
structurally and functionally, and the processes required for cell survival. You will investigate the ways in which matter moves and
energy is transformed and transferred in the processes of photosynthesis and respiration, and the role of enzymes in controlling
biochemical systems. You will examine the structure and function of plant and animal systems at cell and tissue levels to describe how
they facilitate the efficient provision or removal of materials to and from all cells of a multicellular organism.

                          Additional Information
                          Due to its mathematical content, you will need to satisfy the entry requirements needed
                          to enrol in a Year 11 Mathematics course that can lead to university studies. A strong
                          ability in Mathematics is central to success in this course.
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JTC WACE Course Information Year 11 ATAR continued

ATAR Chemistry
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0010/10603/Chemistry-Y11-Syllabus-AC-ATARGD.pdf

Year: 11                            Code: A1CHE A2CHE

Minimum Entry Requirement

   B grade or higher for Chemical Science in Year 10
   C Grade in Year 10 English
   Attitude, Behaviour and Effort (ABE) prerequisite of ‘consistently meets deadlines’

Curriculum Focus

Chemistry is the study of the building blocks of the world. We take a look at what matter is and how humanity has quantified or named
things. We undertake a detailed study of the symbolic nature of science. You will commence a detailed study of general Chemistry
and learn how basic chemical analysis and synthesis is performed.

Course Content

A1CHE

Chemical fundamentals: structure, properties & reactions

In this unit, you use models of atomic structure and bonding to explain the macroscopic properties of materials. You will develop your
understanding of the energy changes associated with chemical reactions and the use of chemical equations to calculate the masses of
substances involved in chemical reactions.

A2CHE

Molecular interactions and reactions

In this unit, you will continue to develop your understanding of bonding models and the relationship between structure, properties and
reactions, including consideration of the factors that affect the rate of chemical reactions. You will investigate the unique properties of
water and the properties of acids and bases, and use chemical equations to calculate the concentrations and volumes of solutions
involved in chemical reactions.

Additional Information
Due to its mathematical content, you will need to satisfy the minimum entry requirements needed to enrol in a Year 11
Mathematics course that can lead to university studies.

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JTC WACE Course Information Year 11 ATAR continued

ATAR English
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0010/576703/English-Year-11-Syllabus-AC-ATAR-GD.pdf

Year: 11                           Code: A1ENG A2ENG

Minimum Entry Requirement

   B grade or higher for English in Year 10
   Attitude, Behaviour and Effort (ABE) prerequisite of ‘consistently meets deadlines’

Curriculum Focus

The year 11 ATAR English course is aimed at developing your ability to critically analyse and create a range of texts of increasing
complexity. You will read, view and listen to texts that explore a variety of issues and perspectives in order to identify how language
features and conventions are employed to generate meaning and promote particular responses. The opportunity to write and create
your own texts is also a key aspect of this course, allowing you the opportunity to communicate your own voice and perspective on
important issues and themes.

Course Content

A1ENG

You will explore how meaning is communicated through the relationships between language, text, purpose, context and audience. This
includes how language and texts are shaped by your purpose, audience and the contexts in which they are created and received.
Through responding to and creating texts, you will consider how language, structure and conventions operate in a variety of texts.
Study in this unit focuses on the similarities and differences between texts and how visual elements combine with spoken and written
elements to create meaning. You will be able to respond to texts in a variety of ways, create your own texts, and reflect on your own
learning.

A2ENG

You will analyse the representation of ideas, attitudes and voices in texts and consider how texts represent the world and human
experience. How language and structural choices shape perspectives in a range of contexts is central to this unit. By responding to
and creating texts in different modes and media, you will consider interpretive, persuasive and analytical elements in a range of texts
and present your own analyses.

                         Additional Information
                         This course requires strong ability to write for a range of purposes and
                         audiences.

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JTC WACE Course Information Year 11 ATAR continued

ATAR Geography
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/10121/Geography-Y11-Syllabus-AC-ATAR-2016-GD_pdf.pdf

Year: 11                             Code: A1GEO A2GEO

Minimum Entry Requirement

        B grade or higher for HASS in Year 10
        Attitude, Behaviour and Effort (ABE) prerequisite of ‘consistently meets deadlines’

Curriculum Focus

The study of Geography draws on your curiosity about the diversity of the world’s places, cultures and environments. It enables you
to appreciate the complexity of our world and appreciate your position in it. Depth studies explore interactions of natural and human
environments, using real world topical issues and events to link concepts. You will develop mapping and practical skills, investigate via
field trips, and compose responses to display your understanding of our world. This course provides a strong platform for further study,
which explores land cover change, biodiversity and urbanisation in Year 12.

Course Content

A1GEO

Natural and Ecological Hazards

In this unit, you will explore the occurrence of hazards, identify the risk of them, and how to manage the event. Numerous real-world
examples are explored in detail, including earthquakes, volcanoes and pandemic biohazards.

A2GEO

Global Networks and Interconnections

This unit investigates how humans play their role in our ever-changing world. Economic and cultural networks are studied to better
understand the dynamic nature of globalisation, and Australia’s place in connecting with others.

     Additional Information
          Ability to gather and collect information from various sources.
          Be able to express ideas in written and oral forms.
          Develop understanding of spatial concepts, using photos, maps and
           satellite imagery.

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JTC WACE Course Information Year 11 ATAR continued

ATAR Health Studies
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/9953/Health-Studies-Y11-Syllabus-ATAR-2016-GD.pdf

Year: 11                            Code: A1HEA A2HEA

Minimum Entry Requirement

   B grade or higher for English and Health in Year 10
   Attitude, Behaviour and Effort (ABE) prerequisite of ‘consistently meets deadlines’

Curriculum Focus

The Health Studies ATAR course focuses on the study of health and its impact on quality of life. Students undertaking the course will
develop knowledge and skills required to promote individual and community health. You will study the social, environmental, economic
and behavioural determinants of health and how these can influence your own and others’ health. You will also look at how beliefs,
attitudes and values influence health behaviour and decision-making skills. Using an inquiry process, you will draw on your knowledge
of health concepts and investigate health issues that interest you, whilst developing research skills you will be able to apply to a range
of health issues or concerns.

Course Content

A1HEA

This unit focuses on the health of individuals and communities. You will learn about health determinants and their impact. Health
promotion is explored and used as a framework for designing approaches to improve health. You will examine attitudes, beliefs and
norms and their impact on decision-making, and develop a range of key health skills. You will extend your understandings of the factors
influencing health, and the actions and strategies to protect and promote health through health inquiries.

A2HEA

This unit focuses on the impact of factors influencing the health of communities. You will learn about community development and
how community participation can improve health outcomes. You will examine the influence of attitudes, beliefs, and norms on
community health behaviours, apply investigative and inquiry processes to analyse issues influencing the health of communities, and
develop appropriate responses. The impact of technology on interpersonal skills and strategies for managing such influences are also
a focus.

           Additional Information
              This course requires you to work independently at times, completing research and assessment tasks.
              The ability to work in teams as a productive member and some public speaking to small groups of people is
               important.
              Strong computer literacy skills are required to complete most of the research assessment tasks.

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ATAR Mathematics Applications

You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/576875/Mathematics-Applications-Y11-Syllabus-AC-ATAR-2020-
GD.pdf

Year: 11                             Code: A1MAA A2MAA

Minimum Entry Requirement

•   C grade for Mathematics in Year 10
   Attitude, Behaviour and Effort (ABE) prerequisite of ‘consistently meets deadlines’

Curriculum Focus

Mathematics Applications is an ATAR course which focuses on the use of mathematics to solve problems in contexts that involve financial
modelling, geometric and trigonometric analysis, graphical and network analysis, and growth and decay in sequences. It also provides
opportunities for you to develop systematic strategies based on the statistical investigation process for answering questions that involve
analysing univariate and bivariate data, including time series data.

Course Content

A1MAA

In this unit ‘Consumer Arithmetic’ reviews the concepts of rate and percentage change in the context of earning and managing money,
and provides a context for the use of spread sheets. ‘Algebra and Matrices’ continues the Year 7–10 study of algebra and introduces
the new topic of matrices. The emphasis of this topic is the symbolic representation and manipulation of information from real-life
contexts using algebra and matrices. ‘Shape and Measurement’ extends the knowledge and skills you developed in the Year 7–10
curriculum with the concept of similarity and associated calculations involving simple and compound geometric shapes. The emphasis
in this topic is on applying these skills in a range of practical contexts, including those involving three-dimensional shapes.

A2MAA

In this unit, ‘Univariate Data Analysis and the Statistical Investigation Process’ develops your ability to organise and summarise univariate
data in the context of conducting a statistical investigation. ‘Applications of Trigonometry’ extends your knowledge of trigonometry to
solve practical problems involving non-right-angled triangles in both two and three dimensions, including problems involving the use of
angles of elevation and depression and bearings in navigation. ‘Linear Equations and their Graphs’ uses linear equations and straight-
line graphs, as well as linear-piece-wise and step graphs, to model and analyse practical situations.

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ATAR Mathematics Methods
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/576880/Mathematics-Methods-Y11-Syllabus-AC-ATAR-2020-
GD.pdf

Year: 11                            Code: A1MAM A2MAM

Minimum Entry Requirement:

   A/B grade for Mathematics in Year 10
   Attitude, Behaviour and Effort (ABE) prerequisite of ‘consistently meets deadlines’

Curriculum Focus

Mathematics Methods is an ATAR course which focuses on the use of calculus and statistical analysis. The study of calculus provides a
basis for understanding rates of change in the physical world, and includes the use of functions, their derivatives and integrals, in
modelling physical processes. The study of statistics develops your ability to describe and analyse phenomena that involve uncertainty
and variation.

Course Content

A1MAM

Unit 1 begins with a review of the basic algebraic concepts and techniques required for a successful introduction to the study of functions
and calculus. Simple relationships between variable quantities are reviewed and these are used to introduce the key concepts of a
function and its graph. The study of probability and statistics begins in this unit with a review of the fundamentals of probability, and
the introduction of the concepts of conditional probability and independence. The study of the trigonometric functions begins with a
consideration of the unit circle using degrees and the trigonometry of triangles and its application. Radian measure is introduced, and
the graphs of the trigonometric functions are examined and their applications in a wide range of settings are explored.

A2MAM

In Unit 2, exponential functions are introduced and their properties and graphs examined. Arithmetic and geometric sequences and
their applications are introduced and their recursive definitions applied. Rates and average rates of change are introduced and this is
followed by the key concept of the derivative as an ‘instantaneous rate of change’. These concepts are reinforced numerically (by
calculating difference quotients), geometrically (as slopes of chords and tangents), and algebraically. This first calculus topic concludes
with derivatives of polynomial functions, using simple applications of the derivative to sketch curves, calculate slopes and equations of
tangents, determine instantaneous velocities, and solve optimisation problems.

                       Additional Information
                       This course is suitable for students who have a strong ability and interest in Mathematics.
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ATAR Modern History
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0014/10292/Modern-History-Y11-Syllabus-AC-ATAR-2016-GD.pdf

Year: 11                           Code: A1HIM A2HIM

Minimum Entry Requirement

   B grade or higher for HASS in Year 10
   Attitude, Behaviour and Effort (ABE) prerequisite of ‘consistently meets deadlines’

Curriculum Focus

The Modern History ATAR course enables you to study the forces that have shaped today’s world and provides you with a broader and
deeper understanding of the world in which you live. While the focus is on the 20th century, the course refers back to changes from
the late 18th century onwards and encourages you to make connections with the changing world of the 21st century. Modern History
enhances your curiosity and imagination and your appreciation of larger themes, individuals, movements, events and ideas that have
shaped the contemporary world. You are introduced to the complexities of evidence-its expanding quantity, range and form- the
characteristics of modern historical representation, and the skills that are required to investigate controversial issues.

Course Content

A1HIM

Understanding the Modern World

This unit provides an introduction to significant developments in the modern period that have defined the modern world, and the ideas
that underpinned them, such as liberty, equality and fraternity.

A2HIM

Movements for Change in the 20th century

This unit examines significant movements developed in response to the ideas studied in Unit 1 that brought about change in the modern
world and that have been subject to political debate. The unit focuses on the ways in which individuals, groups and institutions
challenge authority and transform society.

                                              Additional Information
                                                  Ability to present an argument.
                                                  Analytical skills.
                                                  Research and writing skills.

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ATAR Design—Photography
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0016/9214/Design-Y11-Syllabus-ATAR-2016-GD.pdf

Year: 11                            Code: A1DESP A2DESP

Minimum Entry Requirement

   Attitude, Behaviour and Effort (ABE) prerequisite of ‘consistently meets deadlines’

Curriculum Focus

In the Design ATAR course you will develop skills and processes for current and future industry and employment markets. You are
equipped with the knowledge and skills to understand design principles and processes, analyse problems and possibilities, and devise
innovative strategies within design contexts with a focus on Photography. The Design ATAR course also emphasises the scope of
design in professional industries allowing you to maximise university pathways. Students interested in multi-dimensional communication
will have many opportunities to develop and refine their practical and analytical skills. Design ATAR – Photography has direct industry
applications referencing to the world of advertising, marketing and e-commerce and reflects the importance of design in the growth of
digital/social media as a career choice. Studying Design enriches your critical awareness, self-discipline, problem solving and planning
skills, goal setting and testing of ideas and concepts.

Course Content

A1DESP

Unit 1 will see you develop foundation photography skills and techniques such as, DSLR Camera operation, learning how to control light
to create effect, composition and post production. Theoretical understanding of the design elements and principles, colour theory and
copyright will also be covered. Using project-based learning you will demonstrate these new skills through the production of
photographic images from concept to printing.

A2DESP

Unit 2 will build on the theory knowledge of Unit 1 by applying these skills to projects such as motion photography, magazine cover
design and typography and studio portraiture. You will have access to a real world studio space, industry-standard equipment and
qualified photography teachers to facilitate your learning and practical experiences.

As you move into year 12 ATAR photography you will be equipped with the knowledge and confidence required to undertake more
complex projects that will allow your imagination to soar.

    Additional Information
          You will need to be prepared to undertake additional
           class work in their own time including photography,
           research and other course related homework, of
           approximately 2-3 hours per week. You will also
           need good time-management and organizational
           skills.
          Ideally you need to have a sound basic computer
           skills, and some skills in Photoshop would be
           advantageous but not essential.
          When choosing this course cannot choose General
           Photography.

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ATAR Psychology
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/141489/Psychology-Y11-Syllabus-ATAR-2016-GD.pdf

Year: 11                            Code: A1PSY A2PSY

Minimum Entry Requirement

   B grade or higher for Science in Year 10
   C Grade in Year 10 English
   Attitude, Behaviour and Effort (ABE) prerequisite of ‘consistently meets deadlines’

Curriculum Focus

Psychology is the study of how people think, feel and act. You will study people and groups and discover some insight into human
behaviour. In this course you will discover how scientists rigorously study people and what data collection methods are available.
Psychological knowledge helps us to understand the way individuals think and act. The study of psychology is highly relevant to further
studies in the health profession, education, human resources, social sciences, sales, media and marketing and management.

Course Content

A1PSY

This unit focuses on a number of concepts that enable you to gain an understanding of how and why people behave the way they do.
You will learn about the human brain and explore the impact of external factors on behaviour, such as physical activity and psychoactive
drugs. Cognitive processes, such as sensation and perception, and selective and divided attention are investigated. You will examine
different types of relationships and the role of verbal and non-verbal communication in initiating, maintaining and regulating these.
You will be introduced to ethics in psychological research and carry out investigations.

A2PSY

This unit focuses on developmental psychology. You will analyse twin and adoption studies to gain insight into the nature/nurture
debate and look at the role of play in assisting development. You will explore what is meant by the term “personality” and examine
historical perspectives used to explain personality. This unit focuses on behaviour and the causes of prejudice.

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ATAR Physics
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0018/141354/Physics-Y11-Syllabus-AC-ATARGD.pdf

Year: 11                             Code: A1PHY A2PHY

Minimum Entry Requirement

    A Grade for Year 10 Mathematics
    B Grade or higher for Physical Science in Year 10
    C Grade for Year 10 English
    Attitude, Behaviour and Effort (ABE) prerequisite of ‘consistently meets deadlines’

Curriculum Focus

Physics is a fundamental science that endeavours to explain all the natural phenomena that occur in the universe. Its power lies in the
use of a comparatively small number of assumptions, models, laws and theories to explain a wide range of phenomena, from the
incredibly small to the incredibly large. Physics has helped to unlock the mysteries of the universe and provides the foundation of
understanding upon which modern technologies and all other sciences are based. The Physics ATAR course uses qualitative and
quantitative models and theories based on physical laws to visualise, explain and predict physical phenomena.

Course Content

A1PHY

You will investigate energy production by considering heating processes, radioactivity and nuclear reactions, and investigate energy
transfer and transformation in electrical circuits. You will explore a range of contexts including nuclear, thermal or geothermal energy,
the greenhouse effect, electrical energy production, large scale power systems, radiopharmaceuticals, and electricity in the home. You
will apply scientific knowledge to meet the challenge of providing world energy needs. You will develop skills in interpreting, constructing
and using a range of mathematical and symbolic representations to describe, explain and predict energy transfers and transformations
in heating processes, nuclear reactions and electrical circuits.

A2PHY

You will describe, explain and predict linear motion, and investigate the application of wave models to sound phenomena. You will
explore a range of contexts including accelerometers, motion detectors, global positioning systems, energy conversion buoys, music,
hearing aids, echo locaters, and related areas of science and engineering. You will explore how international collaboration, evidence
from a range of disciplines and many individuals, and the development of ICT and other technologies have contributed to developing
understanding of motion and waves and associated technologies.

    Additional Information
    Due to its mathematical content, you need to satisfy the entry requirements needed to enrol in a Year 11 Mathematics
    course that can lead to university studies. A strong ability in Mathematics is central to success in this course.                    16
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Applied Information Technology
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/10994/Applied-Information-Technology-Y11-Syllabus-General-
2016-GD_pdf.pdf

Year: 11                            Code: G1AIT G2AIT

Other Necessary Skills

   Interest in computing and software applications

Curriculum Focus

Digital technologies have transformed lives, including how people interact and
exchange information. The course builds on your personal knowledge and skills when
using digital technologies, and equips you with essential life and work skills required
for further study or the workplace. You will develop an understanding of computer
systems, the management of data, the use of a variety of software applications to
investigate, design, construct and evaluate digital products and digital solutions. You
will create, manipulate, store, and edit digital solutions using text, images, audio,
video and animation.

Course Content

G1AIT

Personal Communication

The focus of this unit is to enable you to use technology to meet personal needs. You will develop a range of skills that enable them
to communicate using appropriate technologies and to gain knowledge that assists in communicating within a personal context. The
focus of this unit is to enable you to use technology to meet personal needs. You will develop a range of skills that enable you to
communicate using appropriate technologies and to gain knowledge that assists in communicating within a personal context. You will
learn design concepts, application skills, project management, hardware and application skills.

G2AIT

Working with Others

The focus of this unit is to enable you to use a variety of technologies to investigate
managing data, common software applications and wireless network components
required to effectively operate within a small business environment. You will examine
the legal, ethical and social impacts of technology within society. You will enhance
your application skills, understanding of project management, hardware knowledge
and networks.

    Additional Information
    Skills and knowledge covered in this course will provide a transferable skill
    set that can be used in the wider world of the workplace and provide a
    basis for lifelong learning.

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Building & Construction
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/11117/Building-and-Construction-Y11-Syllabus-General-2016-
GD_pdf.pdf

Year: 11                            Code: G1BCN G2BCN

Curriculum Focus

This course develops your knowledge and practical skills in building technologies in one of the biggest industries in Western Australia.
In achieving the course outcomes, you will learn and practice building processes and technologies, principles of design, planning and
project management. This course leads to employment options and further vocational education and industry training. You will work
in an industry standard workshop using a range of tools and equipment. The three disciplines of the course include timber carpentry
and woodworking, masonry work such as bricklaying and tiling, and metal work including electric welding and construction ironwork.

G1BCN

You will explore properties of common, natural or pre-made construction material, their mechanical properties and use in construction.
You will learn basic plan drawing and reading and applying these skills to building projects.

G2BCN

You will build on your understanding of plan-reading with an application to building. You will explore properties of common, natural
and pre-made construction materials and understand how they are produced. You will work with a variety of materials and develop a
range of practical skills.

                                                                                                COMPULSORY
                                                                           OHS & PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
                                                                           student requirements are:
                                                                               Clear safety glasses (AS 1336 or above)
                                                                               Safety cap work boots that cover ankles (AS2210
                                                                                or above)
                                                                               Drill cotton industrial trousers and long sleeve shirt
                                                                               Restrain long hair and no jewellery

                                                                           PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
                                                                           Requirements are compulsory for this subject.
                                                                           Students not prepared to comply will not be able
                                                                           to participate in this course.
                                                                           It is the responsibility of the student to purchase their
                                                                           own PPE.

    Additional Requirements:

          The patience to practice and learn practical hands-on skills.
          The ability to problem-solve, design, plan and manage calculated solutions.
          The capability to work either individually or as an effective member of a team.
          The personal discipline to follow the OHS regulations of every situation.

    Note

    A budget deal with two local suppliers has been in place for several years in order to keep purchase costs down for
    you. Please ask for the form.

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Design - Photography
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/14020/Design_Y11_Syllabus_General_2016_GD.pdf

Year: 11                            Code: G1DESP G2DESP

Curriculum Focus

This course is suited to those who are highly motivated and have a keen interest
in Photography and Design. This course equips you with the knowledge and
skills to understand and interpret design through the medium of photography.
The photography context of this course will enable you to learn fundamental
photographic and design skills, techniques, and practices within a modern,
vibrant and exciting teaching environment. You will explore camera techniques
and practical project work to produce high quality photographic images. This
unit explores historical aspects of the photographic process. You will develop
an understanding of many photographic elements including Photoshop,
Lightroom techniques and the application of design elements in various forms
of visual media.

Course Content

G1DESP

Design Fundamentals

The focus of this unit is to introduce design process and practice. You will learn that design can be used to provide solutions to design
problems and communication needs. You are introduced to basic design skills and a range of techniques within a defined context to
demonstrate control over the elements and principles of design. You will develop skills and knowledge in digital SLR camera
fundamentals and learn image management in a digital environment. You will explore camera techniques and practical project work
to produce high quality photographic images. You will develop an understanding of many photographic elements including Photoshop,
Lightroom techniques and the application of design elements in various forms of visual media.

G2DESP

Personal Design

You will learn how you visually communicate aspects of your personality, values and beliefs through your affirmations and your
manipulation of personal surroundings and environments. You will explore design elements and principles and the design process in
more detail. You will develop skills and knowledge in studio photography and graphic art concepts and design. You will explore
personal design concepts and have the opportunity to participate in exhibitions of personal work, and competitions.

   Additional Information
     You need to be prepared to undertake additional class
      work in their own time including photography, research
      and other course-related homework, of approximately 2-3
      hours per week.         You will also need good time-
      management and organizational skills.
     Ideally you will need to have a sound basic computer skills,
      and some skills in Photoshop would be advantageous but
      not essential.

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Design - Technical Graphics
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/14020/Design_Y11_Syllabus_General_2016_GD.pdf

Year: 11                            Code: G1DEST G2DEST

Curriculum Focus

You are introduced to the design process and practice so it can be used to provide solutions to design problems. Introductory sketching
techniques and computer-assisted drawing software are utilised to communicate your design ideas. You will use both Laser cutting
technology and Vinyl cutting to complete personal designs. Software utilised for the program will assist less experienced students, but,
at the same time, is powerful enough to extend the most capable Design student.

Course Content

G1DESG

You will be introduced to sketching techniques and design principles. You will
learn elements of design and will have the opportunity to create your own
projects.

G2DESG

You will have the opportunity to apply your creative ideas when working on
personal design solutions. This unit explores the influence of society and culture
and their relationship with design.

     Additional Information
     This course is suited to any student who is interested in a career
     pathway in architecture, mechanics, interior design, sign writing
     and product design activities.

     Other Necessary Skills:
     •   Ability to think and work independently.
     •   Interested in design and problem solving.

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Drama
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0015/9312/Drama-Y11-Syllabus-General-2016-GD.pdf

Year: 11                             Code: G1DRA G2DRA

Curriculum Focus

This unit engages you with the skills, techniques and conventions of dramatic storytelling and focuses on drama performance events
for an audience other than their class members.

Course Content

G1DRA

You will learn the principles of improvisation, production roles and performance
techniques. This unit explores the historical origins of theatre and representational theatre
(realism). You will learn script writing, the requirements of a variety of production roles
and how to apply your critical thinking skills when viewing a performance. You will have
the opportunity to perform for an audience.

G2DRA

The focus of this unit is Presentational theatre. You will enhance your performance skills
by focusing on movement and voice. You will be a member of a production and perform
for a real audience in the Peel Youth on Health competition.

                                                 Important Information
                                                 30% - Written Response
                                                 70% - Performance

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English
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/576699/English_Y11_Syllabus_General_GD.pdf

Year: 11                            Code: G1ENG G2ENG

Curriculum Focus

The Year 11 General English course is designed to build your ability to read and respond to a variety of text types that are encountered
in everyday life. You are taught how to comprehend written, visual and aural texts on a variety of levels in order to become critically
literate citizens of the future. Writing and creating for a variety of purposes and audiences is also a focus of this course, developing
your ability to employ language (written, spoken and visual) confidently and effectively.
Course Content

G1ENG

This unit focuses on comprehending and responding to the ideas and information presented in texts. You will use a variety of strategies
to assist comprehension as well as reading, viewing and listening to texts to connect, interpret and visualise ideas. You will learn how
to respond personally and logically to texts by questioning, using inferential reasoning and determining the importance of content and
structure. You will learn to communicate ideas and information clearly and correctly in a range of contexts.

G2ENG

This unit focuses on interpreting ideas and arguments in a range of texts and contexts. You will analyse text structures and language
features to identify ideas, arguments and values expressed in texts. The course explores the connections between purpose and
structure and how a text’s meaning is influenced by the context in which it is created and received.

                          Additional Information
                              This General English unit is suited to those who need to develop their reading,
                               oral, viewing and writing skills.
                              Ability to work independently on assigned tasks is required.

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Food Science & Technology
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-
secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/11379/Food_Science_and_Technology_Y11_Syllabus_General_pdf.PDF

Year: 11                            Code: G1FST G2FST

Curriculum Focus

This course has two components; Food Choices and Food for Communities. You will explore, through practical and theory lessons, the
way they select and use foods and how this is determined by the family, customs, budget and availability of food with an emphasis on
local foods.

Course Content

G1FST

Food Choices and Health

You will learn how to source, identify, classify and use ingredients for use in delicious meals. There is a focus on healthy choices food
preparation and presentation skills. You will also learn precision cutting techniques and the safe handling of food.

G2FST

Food for communities

This unit explores the macronutrients needed for health and the importance of avoiding health issues due to an inadequate diet. You
will build on your development of practical skills and investigate the use and preparation of a variety of staple foods. You will gain an
understanding of workplace regulations and labelling requirements in Australia.

                                Additional Information
                                You need to have the ability and willingness to work as a team member in
                                small and large groups.

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Health Studies
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/9959/Health-Studies-Y11-Syllabus-General-2016-GD_pdf.pdf

Year: 11                             Code: G1HEA G2HEA

Curriculum Focus

This course focuses on the study of health and its impact on quality of life. You will develop the knowledge and skills required to
promote individual and community health. Using an inquiry process, you will draw on your knowledge of health concepts and investigate
health issues that interest them, whilst developing research skills they will be able to apply to a range of health issues or concerns.

Course Content

G1HEA

This unit focuses on personal health and wellbeing and what it means to be healthy. You will explore factors which influence your health
and design action plans to improve health and achieve set goals. You will also start to look at the relationship between beliefs, attitudes,
values and health behaviour, and the impact of social and cultural norms. You will explore how self-management and interpersonal
skills are required in health settings to build effective relationships. Health inquiry skills are developed and applied to investigate and
report on health issues.

G2HEA

This unit focuses on personal health and introduces the many factors which influence health. The notion of prevention is central to this
unit, and you will explore actions, skills and strategies to cope with health influences and improve health. In addition to health
determinants, the influence of decision making and the role of communities in shaping norms and expectations are explored. Self-
management and cooperative skills are examined and you will continue to develop and apply health inquiry skills.

                                                                   Additional Information:
                                                                       The need to work independently at times to complete
                                                                        research and assessment tasks.
                                                                       The ability to work in teams as a productive
                                                                        member. Some public speaking to small groups of
                                                                        people (up to 6) will be required.

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Human Biological Science
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/581256/Human-Biology-Y11-Syllabus-General-2020-GD.pdf

Year: 11                              Code: G1HBY G2HBY

Curriculum Focus

In the Human Biology General course, you will learn about yourself; relating the
structure of the different body systems to the function and understanding of the
interdependence of these systems in maintaining life. Reproduction, growth and
development of the unborn baby are studied to develop an understanding of the
effects of lifestyle choices. You will engage in activities exploring the coordination
of the musculoskeletal, nervous and endocrine systems. You will explore the
various methods of transmission of diseases and the responses of the human
immune system. You will research new discoveries that help increase our
understanding of the causes and spread of disease in a modern world.

Course Content

G1HBY

Healthy Body

This unit explores how the systems of the human body are interrelated to help sustain functioning to maintain a healthy body. Cells are
the basic structural and functional units of the human body. Materials are exchanged in a variety of ways within and between the
internal and external environment to supply inputs and remove outputs for life processes. The respiratory, circulatory, digestive and
urinary system will also be examined.

G2HBY

Reproduction

This unit explores the role that males and females have in reproduction, including contraception, and the issues of sexually transmitted
infections. You will learn about the reproductive systems of males and females and how they are specialised in many different ways to
produce differentiated gametes (eggs and sperm) and to ensure the likelihood of fertilisation and implantation.

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Marine & Maritime Studies
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0016/141343/Marine-and-Maritime-Studies-Y11-Syllabus-
General_GD.pdf

Year: 11                           Code: G1MMS G2MMS

Curriculum Focus

This course provides opportunities for you to apply theoretical knowledge through practical activities and learning experiences both
within, and outside of, the classroom. Based in our Maritime Training Centre in Dawesville, you will develop responsible and competent
boat handling and navigation skills, and, in doing so, demonstrate an understanding of nautical concepts. You will develop a knowledge
of seaworthy craft, and the basics of good boat design, construction and maintenance. You will also develop personal water-based
skills (snorkeling) to allow you to engage directly with the marine environment. The course will provide you with a solid foundation of
skills and knowledge suitable for a wide range of vocational or recreational pathways in boating (commercial and recreational), scuba,
vessel design and construction (maritime engineering) resource management, marine archaeology or marine science.

Course Content

G1MMS

In Oceanography you will learn about wind formation, tides, waves and currents including Western Australian currents. You will examine
the effects on the environment of local, recreational and commercial fishing and learn about sustainability, eco diversity and
responsibility of marine resources. You will engage in a Blue Swimmer Crab study and will work within a team to sail pacer yachts.

G2MMS

This unit focuses on the marine ecosystem and you will understand the importance of protected marine parks, sanctuary zones and
reserves. You will build on your knowledge of Oceanography and engage in sail-racing techniques and practice. You will participate
in a maritime archaeology study which includes a visit to the Maritime Museum.

                                                                            Additional Information
                                                                               You are required to purchase JTC rash vest
                                                                               Must be a competent swimmer – able to swim
                                                                                200m plus tread water 10mins
                                                                               Interest in, or     affinity   towards,   the   marine
                                                                                environment.

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Materials Design & Technology - Wood
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/14020/Design_Y11_Syllabus_General_2016_GD.pdf

Year: 11                            Code: G1MDTW G2MDTW

Curriculum Focus

You will be introduced to the fundamentals of design using wood as the focus medium. Throughout the unit, you will learn about the
origins, classifications, properties and suitability for purpose of the materials you are using, and will be introduced to a range of
production equipment and techniques. You will develop hand skills and production management strategies and be given the opportunity
to realise your design ideas through the production of your design project.

Course Content

G1MDTW

You will learn safe practices when using machinery and hand tools in the workshop. You will build up a repertoire of essential skills
and techniques and apply them to design and make a major project.

G2MDTW

You will expand your knowledge and understanding of safe woodworking practices and learn comprehensive static machinery techniques.
You will be introduced to furniture design procedures and then apply your skills and knowledge to manufacture your own furniture item
in the workshop.

                                                                                                           COMPULSORY
                                                                                              OHS & PPE (Personal Protective
                                                                                              Equipment) student requirements
                                                                                              are:
                                                                                                  Clear safety glasses (AS 1336 or
                                                                                                   above)
                                                                                                  Safety cap work boots that cover
                                                                                                   ankles (AS2210 or above)
                                                                                                  Drill cotton industrial trousers and
                                                                                                   long sleeve shirt
                                                                                                  Restrain long hair and no jewellery
                                                                                              PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
                                                                                              requirements are compulsory for this
                                                                                              subject.
                                                                                              Students not prepared to comply
                                                                                              will not be able to participate in
                                                                                              this course.
                                                                                              It is the responsibility of the students
                                                                                              to purchase their own PPE.

      Additional Requirements:
           The patience to practice and learn practical hands-on skills.
           The ability to problem solve; design, plan and manage calculated solutions.
           The capability to work either individually or as an effective member of a team.
           The personal discipline to follow the OHS regulations of every situation.

      Note
      A budget deal with two local suppliers has been in place for several years in order to keep purchase costs down for you.
      Please ask for the form.

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Materials Design & Technology - Metal
You are strongly advised to read the detailed description in the SCSA Syllabus and Support Materials available at:
https://senior-secondary.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/14020/Design_Y11_Syllabus_General_2016_GD.pdf

Year: 11                            Code: G1MDTM G2MDTM

Curriculum Focus

You will be introduced to the fundamentals of design using metal as the focus medium. This course develops your knowledge and
practical skills in metalworking; a vital vocational technology within many of Australia‘s industries. In achieving the course outcomes,
you will learn and practice a mixture of material skills, principles of design, planning and project management. This course can lead to
employment options and/or further vocational education and industry. You will use a variety of tools and equipment in an outstanding
workshop that is built to industry standards.

Course Content

G1MDTM

You will learn safe practices in sheet metal construction including folding, creasing, edging, forming and finishing. You will learn oxy
acetylene techniques such as brazing, silver soldering and fusion welding.

G2MDTM

This unit allows you to develop skills in electric arc welding such as MMAW and GMAW. You will learn fabrication techniques including
shaping, forming, joining and finishing. There is a focus on machining construction activities such as boring, cutting, bending and lathe
work.

                                                                                            COMPULSORY
                                                                                            OHS & PPE (Personal Protective
                                                                                            Equipment) student requirements
                                                                                            are:

                                                                                            •     Clear safety glasses
                                                                                                 (AS 1336 or above)
                                                                                            •     Safety cap work boots that cover
                                                                                                  ankles (AS2210 or above)
                                                                                            •     Drill cotton industrial trousers and
                                                                                                  long sleeve shirt
                                                                                                 Restrain long hair and no jewellery

                                                                                            PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
                                                                                            requirements are compulsory for this
                                                                                            subject.
                                                                                            Students not prepared to comply
                                                                                            will not be able to participate in
                                                                                            this course.
                                                                                            It is the responsibility of the students
  Additional Requirements:                                                                  to purchase their own PPE.

      The patience to practice and learn practical hands-on skills.
      The ability to problem solve; design, plan and manage calculated solutions.
      The capability to work either individually or as an effective member of a
       team.
      The personal discipline to follow the OHS regulations of every situation.

  Note
  A budget deal with two local suppliers has been in place for several years in order
  to keep purchase costs down for students. Please ask for the form.

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