Approx Cost:
Students will be expected to have printing credit available for this subject . Students will need to have their own headphones.
Technology Requirements:
A laptop is not needed for this course
Entry Recommendations:

Open entry. It is recommended that students have some understanding and confidence in using common software e.g., desktop publishing, presentation, word processing.

Assessments require students to write concept plans and evaluations

Course Outline:

This course continues to build on skills using Microsoft Office Suite, topics are likely to include:

  • Desktop publishing.
  • Creating a website.
  • Presentations.
  • Databases.


Students will develop skills in:

  • Design, creation, and evaluation of computer-based solutions
  • Use of networked Windows computers and a range of commonly used software and hardware
  • Using a desktop publishing program to produce documents
  • Creating websites using web authoring programs
Where Does It Lead:

A wide range of digital technology skills are required in tertiary study, business and personal life. Many industries require a basic level of understanding of common software applications.

For further information see:
Mrs Davey.