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Welcome to the Technology Faculty



Overview

At Horowhenua College the aim is for students to develop a broad technological literacy that will equip them to participate in society as informed citizens and give them access to technology related careers. We provide all of our students with the chance to explore technology across a range of disciplines and year levels.
In Year 10 Materials Technology students add to their experience of materials and processes before leaving or  choosing Materials based subjects in Y11.

In Year 10 Materials technology there are two possible options. Students will Study one only

1. Metal Based    Students will create a Candle Holder  and a Can Crusher
                               Skills covered include Brazing. Metal Forming and shaping.
                               Use of the Lathe and Design Skills
                               Unit Standard 497 is studied in this option

2. Wood Based    Students will create a Occasional Table and a Seat
                               Skills covered include Working with wood measurement.   
                               Use of the Lathe and Design Skills
                               Unit Standard 497 is studied in this option
 
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