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Technology provides technological literacy essential for informed participation in today’s world, it also provides skills useful in a variety of tertiary courses and paves the way to exciting career opportunities. This pathway focuses on the areas of Technology, which are as follows:
Level 1 – Hospitality Standards institute (HSI) Unit Standard through Service IQ (provider). Level 2 and 3 attend a trades academy course at NZ School of Food and Wine.
The Hospitality course introduces students to the exciting and progressive hospitality and catering industry. It gives students the knowledge and skills they need to prepare and present food in a safe and hygienic environment. Career paths leading from Hospitality include the culinary arts, hospitality management, waitressing, tourism and travel, private catering, cordon bleu and a range of other opportunities.
Year 9 students participate in the compulsory technology programme at Year 9 that includes Basic Food Hygiene and Safety, Measurement and Equipment use as well as the design and development of Healthy Breakfast options. In Year 10, students investigate and promote the importance of a balanced and nutritious diet, design and make burgers for the Secondary Schools Beef and Lamb Competition, they explore the cultural influences of food choices and get involved in the customer service and hospitality side of food service.
Digital Technology is a rapidly growing area. Our students are given the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills in a variety of programs, so that they are better equipped to meet the rapid changes that are occurring in our society. Digital Computing Skills for Year 9 students is compulsory. In addition all Year 9 students have a trimester learning basic programming and photo editing. In Years 10, 11 and 12 it is a full year option. There is the opportunity to complete the National Certificate in Computing at Level 2 and 3.. At Year 13 students are able to take Digital Print Design with Yoobee Design School and gain the Certificate in Digital Media as well as Level 3 Achievement and Unit Standards.
By the end of Year 13, students will have had experience with the use of Microsoft Suite of Programs, Programming software and Adobe Creative Suite. Students complete projects covering skills; Image Manipulation, Digital Print, Illustrations, Programming, Web Design, Animation and 3D Animation.
The use of ICT tools across the curriculum enables students to use skills developed and transfer them to other subject areas and useful as a tool for tertiary student or future employment
With five computer labs and Wi-Fi access for all students, Kelston Girls' College is able to give students the best possible advantage in developing their Information Technology skills.
Technology is part of the Te Ara Auaha pathway which comprises Art, Drama, Music and Technology.
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