Level 3 Furniture Making (ITO)
Teacher in Charge: Miss C. Penfold
This course is a trade related course. As a Level 3 course, independence and confidence within the workshop is expected on entry to the course. Introduction projects allow for students who have not had experience to develop these skills. Opportunity is given for own design however a list of skills are required. The project produced will be demanding in terms of skills students will demonstrate. The skills students demonstrate will use a variety of hand tools, machinery and equipment. These skills will be expected to be
continue to develop practical furniture making skills using hand and machine tools common to the trade. If students have taken the level 2 course it builds on those skills learnt. If students have not completed the Level 2 course, they are given the opportunity to through practice work to develop new skills and then build on them. Credits go towards a New Zealand Certificate in Furniture Making.
The units focus on health and safety, accuracy in use of tools and machinery. Then quality of finish in a practical outcome is expected to be of a high standard. Independence within the workshop and confidence is a significant part of assessment.
Students develop practical furniture making skills using hand and machine tools common to the trade. Credits go towards a New Zealand Certificate in Furniture Making.
This course prepares students for trade based apprenticeships. See the Competenz link below for more information.
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
Approximately $120.00 for equipment and materials.
We are grateful to families making voluntary payments to assist with course specific costs.
Recommended Prior Learning
Students having achieved credits at Year 11 and or Year 12 FITO would be preferred, however, students with a keen interest in developing generic woodworking skills are welcome.
This course prepares students for trade based apprenticeships. S
Total Credits Available: 15 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 15 credits.