Fabric and Design Level 2

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Mrs Grey

Fabric and Design 201

This course is rich in ‘hands on’ practical work that is planned and supported by theory, investigation and design work. It may include advanced adaptations to a pattern, construction of textile items using advanced procedures, brief development, planning and development of a prototype. Choices for items created in this course are largely student driven, encourage creative thinking and creation of quality products. It also allows for extension of gifted learners. 

Because this course can be co-constructed to meet the needs of individual learners, the number of credits offered may vary between students. 

Optional external standard 91359 Demonstrate understanding of  the role of material evaluation in product design can also be offered and allow an enforcement from this class.


Fabric and Design Level 3

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

Course fee $65 for take home projects

Recommended Prior Learning

Year 10 and Level 1 Technology Fabric and Design preferred but not compulsory. Students who are new to the subject, but are creative and interested, will be accepted on an individual basis. 

Credit Information

This course is eligible for subject endorsement.

Internal or
L1 Literacy Credits UE Literacy Credits Numeracy Credits
A.S. 91345 v4 Construction and Mechanical Technologies 2.21 - Implement advanced procedures using textile materials to make a specified product with special features
A.S. 91350 v4 Construction and Mechanical Technologies 2.26 - Make advanced adaptations to a pattern to change the structural and style features of a design
A.S. 91354 v3 Generic Technology 2.1 - Undertake brief development to address an issue
A.S. 91357 v3 Generic Technology 2.4 - Undertake effective development to make and trial a prototype
Total Credits

Total Credits Available: 20 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 20 credits.

Pathway Tags

Architect, Photojournalist, Graphic designer, Creative Director, Print Production Artist, Art Director, Web Designer, Desktop Publisher, Web Programmer, Web Developer, Marketing Designer, Marketing Director, Illustrator, Communications Manager, Visual Artist, Film Producer, Video Maker, Textiles and Industry Sales and Service, Retail and Wholesale Hospitality: Chef, Baker, Bar Manager, Bartender, Front of House, Caterer, Cafe Manager, Tourism, Hotel/Motel Receptionist, Barista Automotive Industry: Automotive Engineer, Automotive Electrician, Motor Body Trades: Light and Heavy Fabrication Engineering: Fitter Turner, Composite Engineer, Machinist and Toolmaker, Marine Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Construction: Scaffolder, Roofer, Boat Builder, Plumber/Gasfitter Armed Forces: Navy Weapons, Engineering Officer, Aircraft Engineer, Army Field Engineer, Aeronautical Engineer, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, Architect, Architectural Technician, Automotive Mechanic, Bicycle Mechanic, Biochemist, Biomedical Engineer, Biomedical Technician (Mechanical and Electronic), Biotechnologist, Boiler Attendant, Brewer, Butcher, Cabinet Maker, Chemical Engineer, Chemical Production Operator, Chemist, Civil Engineer, Civil Engineering Technician/Draughtspers


Courses outlined will only be available if sufficient students wish to take them AND appropriate staff are available to teach them. Courses that do not run may be offered through distance learning and be supported by the Distance Learning Department.