12 Industry and Entrepreneurial Solutions

SACE Stage 2:  20 Credits / 2 Semesters / Advanced Technologies

SACE Website:  https://www.sace.sa.edu.au/web/design-and-technology-systems-and-control-products/stage-2

Pre-Requisite: Successful completion of year 11 Industry, Entrepreneurial and Engineering, or by negotiation with the advanced technologies coordinator


Students use a range of Robotics and Control Technologies to create solutions to given and identified problems.
They will explore the ethics of robots as companions and personal assistants. Students have access to a range of robotics, micro-controllers, coding software and 3D printers to design and produce a working robot or system.
Students are introduced to principles of Design, Manufacturing, Workplace Health and Safety, machine maintenance and repair in order to develop the ability to safely carry out a range of work in a production-focused environment. Students will become familiar with basic, intermediate and sometimes advanced coding language.

Topics may include

  • Design Process
  • Graphic Design
  • 3D modelling (Autodesk Inventor/Sketch Up)
  • Electronic principles and techniques
  • App and Website Coding
  • Robotics and Pneumatics Image


Students are assessed against the Design, Technology and Engineering SACE Performance Standards:

  • Investigation and Analysis
  • Design, Development and Planning
  • Production
  • Evaluation

Additional Information

No additional costs