The Metalwork elective will aim to provide a range of practical experiences that occupy the majority of course time. Practical experiences are intended to develop knowledge and understanding of designing, producing, and evaluating Metal products. Practical projects reflect the nature of the Metalwork area and provide opportunities for students to develop specific knowledge, experience and skills related to metal-related technologies. These may include:
- Sheet Metal Products
- Metal Machining Projects
- Fabricated Projects
- Artistic Metal Projects
- Jewellery and Accessories.
Why Should I Choose This Subject?
This subject will provide students with an opportunity to learn new skills in the area of metalworking, including welding. Students will develop their knowledge and skills through a series of small-scale metalworking projects over the course of the year, working in a variety of areas including jewellery making, welding and fabrication.
What Stage 6 Courses Is This Subject Helpful For?
This subject be helpful students interested in undertaking Design and Technology.