Subject Details - 10 Robotics

Learning Area
Advanced Technologies
Subject Length
1 semester
Subject Overview
Students use a range of Robotics and Control Technologies to create solutions to given and identified problems. They also explore the ethics of robots as companions and personal assistants. Students have access to a range of robotics, CNC mills and lathes, and are able to explore a range of materials including plastics and metals, such as aluminium.

Focus Of Learning
Students are introduced to principles of Design, Lean 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.

Topics include:
     Programming – Robotics, CNC Mill, CNC Lathe
     Lean Manufacturing
     Workplace Health and Safety
     Machine maintenance and repairs
     Major product
Evidence Of Learning
A variety of tasks allow students to develop knowledge, skills and understanding through:
     Designing solutions to given design briefs
     Designing and coding robotics systems
     Solving problems that arise during realisation process
     Development of coding skills
Course Fee $50.00
Students who successfully complete this semester course will receive 10 SACE credits at SACE Stage 1. To complete the full National Qualification: Certificate II in Manufacturing Technology students will need to gain competency in all the competencies delivered in this subject plus the competencies delivered in:
     Year 10 Control Technologies B
     SACE Stage 1 Control Technologies A
     SACE Stage 1 Control Technologies B


To gain the full National Qualification: Certificate II in Manufacturing Technology students could undertake the regional VET course (Advanced Technologies Industry Pathways) run 1 day per week for 32 weeks.
Notes VET
VET competencies covered in this course includes:
     MCMS200A Apply Competitive Manufacturing Practices
     MCMP295A Operate manufacturing equipment
     MCMO200A Make an object from plastic

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