This course teaches the elements of Design and helps you apply your learning to create conceptual Architecture & Product forms.
Make a positive difference in the world. Computer Science drives innovation in industry, sciences, engineering, entertainment and education. For example, human genome project, vaccine research, robotic surgery, and environmental monitoring and sustainability, to name a few. This course introduces Computer Science, laying the foundation for further studies in this area.
This course introduces digital media, laying the foundation for further studies in this area. Become a talented web develop er. Develop skills in creating better web experiences for people and learn to create an effective global presence online.
Develop skills to make garments while learning about the function of fabrics used in everyday life. You complete a portfolio of your own ideas while demonstrating your practical skills.
Develop an understanding of food and nutritional factors that influence people's wellbeing.
This course is a hands-on technology based course using a variety of hard materials of your choice.
An introduction to working in a commercial kitchen through a mix of practical and theory activities. The course will help you pathway into the world of hospitality.
This course is based on the BConstructive programme, and will build the skills required to enter a trade.
This course continues the Architectural Design emphasis of our L1 course along with the possibility to integrate product design into your design work.
12CSI introduces key concepts in data networks which provide the infrastructure for our internet connected society, enabling smart homes, smart cities, the internet, and the internet of things.
This course builds on level 1 Digital Media and provides the grounding for level 3 Digital Media. 12DIG introduces key concepts in database development.
Be a hands-on problem solver and innovator. Electronics enables engineers and inventors to create solutions that tackle global problems and improve lives; for example electric cars, health care technology, and solar energy systems to name a few. 12NCE is a unit standard based course with an optional advanced electronics development project. 12NCE can lead on to further study and is a useful introduction into many career pathways in electrical and electronic engineering.
The focus is on a mix of practical garment construction and research skills. Reflection on factors influencing fashion follows the design process.
Sem1 Let’s Take Action - Nutrition f or Individual Needs Some members of our community may require different foods for health, religion or ethical reasons. Students will research and demonstrate how meals could be adap ted to be healthy and affordable to meet individual nutritional needs in a collaborative class programme. Sem 2 - Our community - How f ar does your f ood travel? Not everyone in New Zealand can afford to eat regular, healthy food. This course discusses ideas and attitudes linked to food security and how this relates to the provision of food for New Zealand families.
Semester 1 - 10 Internal credits Semester 2 - 3 Internal credits, 4 External credits This course is split into two semesters: students can take just one course or both.
This course extends the knowledge you gained in level 1. It is project-based with a wide range of skills open to you. You get to choose and negotiate with the teacher the terms of your projects.
Here you develop the skills needed to work in the industry at an entry level, including gaining a barista qualification. Gain credits towards a hospitality qualification.
In this course you explore traditional, historical and environmental elements for inspiration to create inspiring garments.
This course builds on 12 CSI and can lead on to tertiary study as well as being a useful introduction to many career pathways in software, and network engineering.
This course is designed for those who want to extend their interest in Hospitality and food preparation. You will be able to gain credits that will prepare you for a pathway in the hospitality industry.
10 credits at Level 2 Hospitality
If you read fashion magazines and wish you could recreate the styles you see, then pattern drafting is the course for you.
Take home components
Naku te rourou nau te rourou ka ora ai te iwi With your food basket and my food basket the people will thrive With a focus on using healthy and sustainable, locally sourced ingredients, this course is about learning to prepare restaurant and café style kai safely in a commercial kitchen. There are opportunities to showcase food and meals that you have prepared at functions and events.
What is your Fashion Narrative? Fashion has a big effect on our lives by defining style and culture. It is a way to express personality, and sometimes to send a message. Fashion plays a role in the lives of most people since it helps them fit in or stand out from the crowd. What do your fashion choices say about you? Whether you wish to study Fashion at tertiary level, work in the fashion industry or express yourself through fashion, this course is for you.
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