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2 TASTER DAY PROGRAM Students Arrive Meet the Support Teacher Move to room 9.45 am 9.45 am 9.55 am Session 1 Timetabled subjects and Support Teacher time Discuss role of Support Teacher, attendance requirements, subject areas, course selection (including recreation possibilities and tutorials), timetables, layout of college (toilets etc.). Tour of College am am Recess Terrace, Student Common Room and Cafeteria The Break Café coffee etc. Cake Stall in Student Common Room am am Session 2 Timetabled subjects am pm Lunch (free barbecue) Terrace, Student Common Room and Cafeteria VET Information Desk in the Cafeteria Activities in the Common Room pm 1.10 pm Session 3 Timetabled subjects Session 3 teacher to answer any questions, conduct survey and direct students to buses pm 2.20 pm Buses 2.25 pm 2

3 Information to help CHOOSING YOUR SUBJECTS To assist students in their choice of subjects each subject has been labelled VET and/or given a number/s which indicates the level/s it is taught at. Vocational Education and Training Programs (VET) VET focuses on learning through doing - learning is hands-on and practical. VET programs provide skills and knowledge required for today s workplaces through a national training system. At Rosny College we provide access to nationally accredited qualifications from Certificate 1 to IV in many areas. We also provide the opportunity to undertake work placements for realistic understanding of the industry and an opportunity to develop links to employment. Subjects: are academically challenging have a theory component provide qualifications for entrance into university Explore at least one level 3 on Taster Day if you are thinking about university in the future. Level 2 Subjects: are general subjects that may follow on from high school studies - in many cases they will provide a background for specific programs cover a broad range of activities are suitable for a range of abilities include practical and applied learning subjects use a variety of teaching and learning approaches to suit interests and preferences may be taken in conjunction with level 3 subjects. Level 1 Subjects: This pathway offers more help to students who: like practical, active subjects want to add in a fun subject need to develop more skills including numeracy and literacy like working in different settings. 3

4 SUBJECT LIST VISUAL ARTS Mixed Media Photography Graphic Design Ceramics/Sculpture Digital Art & Media Art Theory & Criticism BEHAVIOURAL STUDIES Sociology & Psychology Introduction to Sociology & Psychology Working with Children & VET Children s Services VET Aged Care BUSINESS Business subjects Economics/ Accounting/ Business Studies/ VET Business VET Tourism Introduction to Tourism ENGLISH English -English Units 3 & 4, Literature & Writing English Level 2 -Applied & English Units 1& 2 FOOD, TEXTILE & DESIGN VET Hospitality, VET Kitchen Operations, Cafe & Coffee Pre-tertiary Food & Nutrition Food Cooking & Nutrition Design & Production - Textiles Housing & Design HEALTH, PHYSICAL & OUTDOOR EDUCATION Health Studies & Personal Health & Wellbeing Sports Science/Foundation Sports Science Athlete Development VET Recreation Sport and Recreation, Outdoor Recreation Physical Recreation Outdoor Education Marine Skills/VET Maritime Boating Services and Maritime Operations VET Retail Cosmetics INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Computing Pre-tertiary Computing Computer Graphics & Design LANGUAGES French/Japanese MATERIALS, DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY Automotive & VET Automotive Vocational Preparation VET Construction Design in Wood MATHS General & Methods PERFORMING ARTS Dance Drama & Technical Production Music Technology Music Film/Television Musical Costume Preparation SCIENCE Electronics Physical Sciences Life Science Biology/Environmental Science SOCIETY & ENVIRONMENT (SOSE) Legal Studies Philosophy Geography/Australia in Asia & the Pacific Ancient Civilisations Modern History VET VOCATIONAL PATHWAYS Foundation Skills at Certificate I and II 4

5 VISUAL ARTS Art Production Foundation 2C and Art Production 3C can be studied in the following studio areas: MIXED MEDIA Level 2 This will be an introduction to the visual art studio; a hub of experimental creativity and selfexpression that has an emphasis on painting & drawing. View the work of past students and create your own masterpiece. MIXED MEDIA Learn about the pre-tertiary visual art subjects and pathways to future study in Fine Arts. View the artwork of past students and experiment with different media to create your own artworks. PHOTOGRAPHY Experience the dark of the darkroom and the mystery of traditional film and chemicals. Be involved in a photo shoot. You will view and discuss the best examples of past students work. GRAPHIC DESIGN In this session you will be introduced to the process of design and the world of marketing and advertising through the use of text logos and poster design. Create your own cut and paste design in Photoshop and explore traditional cut and paste layout techniques. CERAMICS/SCULPTURE Clay is a fantastic medium to explore if you like 3D modelling and sculpture. In this practical session you will view examples made by current students and investigate a range of hand building techniques to create a small sculpture. ART THEORY & CRITICISM This is an art theory subject for those who enjoy viewing, discussing and writing about art, with the aim of better understanding what art is and the ideas behind it. This is an excellent introduction to studying pre-tertiary art theory. BEHAVIOURAL STUDIES SOCIOLOGY & PSYCHOLOGY How does society work? How do we learn the rules? Who decides what the rules are? What makes us conform (follow the rules) or deviate (break them)? How can we improve memory? Can I remember what I hear if I do not pay attention? What happens when we sleep? Are personality traits inherited? Can humans be conditioned to be fearful? If you think you might want a future working with people, with communities, helping others or understanding human behaviour come along to this session and find out about theories and experiments and what it might be like to take a behavioural studies subject next year. Please note that Sociology and Psychology are taught as separate subjects. INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY & PSYCHOLOGY Level 2 This subject covers some great topics and ideas to prepare you for a pre-tertiary Behavioural Studies subject in Year 12. Come along and find out about psychological development, youth culture, gender behaviour and forensic psychology. DIGITAL ART & MEDIA Explore the unlimited world of digital imaging and the creative possibilities in Photoshop CS6. View examples of print based and screen based work by past students and take a leap into the fantasy world of digital collage. 5

6 CHILD STUDIES WORKING WITH CHILDREN + VET CHILDRENS SERVICES VET/Level 2 Come along to our playgroup and have some fun exploring learning opportunities with the toys and play equipment. This session includes information for Working with Children VET Children s Services. Find out about career opportunities in a real growth area. VET AGED CARE Is a career in Aged Care for you? Working with older people can be a rewarding and positive career path and, as the population ages, there are a growing number of career opportunities available to people who have the skills and desire to work in this area. Learn about: -residential and home based care -what a personal care assistant does -opportunities for further study. BUSINESS BUSINESS SUBJECTS Level 2 and The Business session will provide an overview of the range of courses that you may choose to study at College. Any combination of these options is valuable if you want to develop the skills and knowledge to prepare for further study and future employment in areas such as: Finance Marketing Management Human Resources Economics Law Administration Accounting Government The courses you can choose from are: ACCOUNTING 3C BUSINESS STUDIES 3C ECONOMICS 3C BUSINESS STUDIES 2C Each course will equip you with the skills for managing your own finances, to work in or own a business, or to become a manager in industry or government. Why should you study business subjects? To gain the skills for employment in fields such as Finance, Accounting, Management Banking Police and the Law Public Service, Human Resources Business Administration Consultant, Analyst, Entrepreneurship Industry, Business Owner Tourism and Hospitality Management If you study Accounting, there is the possibility to also complete a University Unit as part of your studies, or to gain credit transfer towards a Diploma of Business at TasTAFE. These subjects provide skills that employers are seeking. They complement study in VET Certificate II in Business. VET TOURISM INTRODUCTION TO TOURISM The future of Tourism in Tasmania is particularly encouraging and there are going to be plenty of great employment opportunities in the industry in coming years. But think beyond Tasmania too! There are plenty of past Rosny College tourism students who are currently employed in some fabulous locations on the mainland and overseas. In this Taster Day session you will: Be given a brief outline of the two course options Find out why tourism is Tasmania s newest big employer Find out some of the fabulous tourist places you will visit in these two courses 6

7 Find out where Tourism courses can lead you to after College Have some fun! Year 11 students undertaking Introduction to Tourism are on a direct pathway to VET Tourism Certificate 11/ I11 and employment. If you are not sure whether you are best suited to pretertiary or vocational subjects, Introduction to Tourism is an enjoyable Level 2 subject which will assist you in making decisions for future employment options. If VET, employment and an opportunity to see the world are your focus, these tourism courses are for you so come and try Tourism on Taster Day! ENGLISH ENGLISH UNITS 3 & 4, LITERATURE & WRITING This is an opportunity to find out about these level 3 (pre-tertiary) English subjects. An overview of the courses will be given and some sample activities undertaken. ENGLISH UNITS 1 & 2 & APPLIED ENGLISH Level 2 Applied English and Foundation English -What s the difference? An overview of each course will be given and some sample activities undertaken. FOOD TEXTILES & DESIGN HOSPITALITY, KITCHEN OPERATIONS, CAFE & COFFEE VET, Level 1&2 Come and explore our commercial kitchen and café. Find out what hospitality has to offer and what programs you can do to develop skills in: making & serving coffee running a café working in a commercial kitchen restaurant and customer service. PRE-TERTIARY FOOD AND NUTRITION Find out why this subject is helpful for pathways in the health, hospitality and community services areas. Use the Food Choices program to look at what is in the food you eat. FOOD COOKING AND NUTRITION Level 1-2 Come along for a practical session and produce a tasty snack to eat DESIGN & PRODUCTION - TEXTILES Level 1-2 Find this hidden room and uncover a world of fashion, creativity and craft. Come along and make a small item to take home. HOUSING AND DESIGN If you are interested in architecture or interior design then this is the subject for you. Join us for a creative and inspiring challenge. HEALTH, PHYSICAL & OUTDOOR EDUCATION HEALTH STUDIES AND PERSONAL HEALTH & WELLBEING In this session you will be given a brief outline of the two courses and join in discussion and activities focussing on health. You will also find out the answers to the following questions (and more): What are the greatest health challenges facing adolescents today? In the future? Which STI has the highest incidence in Hobart at the moment? Should students be concerned? What organisations are available to students within the community for help on health issues? How healthy is our planet and how does that affect our health? What are the greatest challenges in terms of world health? Included in this session will be information on personal health issues covered in the level 2 course. 7

8 SPORT SCIENCE /FOUNDATION SPORT SCIENCE Level 2-3 (including Foundation Sport Science Level 2) In this session you will: be given information about the two courses and topics of study. look at physical, mental and emotional factors that affect athletic performance. review training options for athletes and the benefits and outcomes of a well- designed fitness or sports program. undertake some practical laboratory work. ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT Level 2 This session will give you information on: the overall course goal setting training diaries and an opportunity for practical tests in: arm and leg strength flexibility sit and reach lung capacity. NOTE: Students are only eligible for this subject if they have reached a high level of achievement in a sport and are currently being coached. VET RECREATION SPORT AND RECREATION AND OUTDOOR RECREATION VET The Recreation Industry in Australia is diverse and growing; successful completion of this course may open up a range of employment/career opportunities. This session will provide you with information on how you can gain knowledge and practical skills and qualifications needed to work within such areas as: sports administration and participation health and fitness community activities and programs outdoor activities and tourism ventures. Also in this session you will be given an outline of training courses and job opportunities available in Recreation. PHYSICAL RECREATION Level 1 You will find out about the course and have opportunities for some sports and activities such as: table tennis badminton basketball weight training NOTE: Bring gym gear on Taster Day. OUTDOOR EDUCATION Outdoor Education offers a range of practical and theoretical subjects suitable for students wishing to have some recreational time, through to vocational training and preparation for tertiary study. All the subjects are great fun, building personal skills and knowledge, developing teamwork and encouraging self-confidence and self-reliance through a range of outdoor activities. Taster Day sessions will enable you to learn more about the full range of subjects available in Outdoor Education and how these are offered at Rosny College. These are Outdoor Leadership (), Adventure Recreation (Level 2), Expedition (Level 2) and Outdoor Experiences (Level 1). VET MARITIME/MARINE SKILLS VET/Level 1 During this session you will be able to find out information about the various boating activities and associated water sports. If you are interested in a career in the marine area you will be able to ask questions about employment and training opportunities possible through the VET Boating Services or Maritime Operations. You will also have the opportunity to trial the College boat taking a short trip out on the Derwent. VET RETAIL COSMETICS Love experimenting with makeup? Do your friends trust you to do their Formal makeup? Come and join us in Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics. You will learn about the structure and care of the skin, a variety of makeup techniques and how to complete a qualification that will prepare you for retail or will act as a stepping stone to beauty therapy, makeup artistry or even hairdressing. 8

9 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMPUTING Level 1-2 This session will introduce you to this non pretertiary computing subject. You will learn about the two options available for you to choose from in this subject. The two options are: Business Computing which involves skills important to using information technology in the office. Multimedia which extends your ability in multimedia software such as animation, web design, video editing, image editing as well as the multimedia features of Microsoft Office software. In this session you will view samples of student work and participate in some practical activities. PRE-TERTIARY COMPUTING Information Systems and Digital Technologies and Computer Science are both pre-tertiary subjects. This session will introduce these subjects and explain the differences between them. The session will then involve you in some tasks. COMPUTER GRAPHICS & DESIGN Level 2-3 You will be given the opportunity to view Design project examples from level 3 Computer Graphics. You will also complete a practical exercise in using 3DS Max which is used for architectural design, game and film graphics, multimedia productions and web design. LANGUAGES FRENCH/JAPANESE You will have the chance to: find out about languages taught at Rosny sample food from France and Japan find out how you can study languages at university for free look at some of the latest music videos and anime. Come and find out about the exciting language program at Rosny College and where the study of a language can lead! MATERIALS, DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY AUTOMOTIVE & MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGIES & VET AUTOMOTIVE VOCATIONAL PREPARATION VET/Level 2 This session is for students interested in: Home Car Care VET Automotive Vocational Preparation General mechanics. You will: take part in practical automotive and small engine tasks be given information on subject options including VET Automotive Vocational Preparation see samples of tasks and projects completed by current Auto students. VET CONSTRUCTION VET Do you want to work in the Construction Industry? Come along for an information session on the course including application details. The VET program is a package, with a timetable and calendar totally dedicated to Construction. On-the-job training is an important component of this course, with five weeks of Vocational Placement. DESIGN & PRODUCTION METAL & COMPOSITE MATERIALS Level 1-2 On Taster Day you will: see examples of tasks and projects completed by current students be introduced to advanced metal craft equipment be shown our advanced fitting, machinery and welding techniques take part in a hands-on activity - either making jewellery or fishing lures DESIGN & PRODUCTION - WOOD Level 1-2 In this session you will: see our workshop facilities and equipment be given information about year 11 and 12 courses and possible projects make a small object e.g. a puzzle or toy. 9

10 MATHS MATHS METHODS OR GENERAL An important decision to be made by upper level maths students is the choice of Maths subjects in Year 11. This session will: explain the reasons for choosing to enrol in Maths Methods Level 2 or 3 or Maths General Level 2 or 3 also include maths activities that will help you understand the differences between the subjects. PERFORMING ARTS DANCE In this session you will sample a range of activities involved in Dance Studies and Dance Choreography and Performance courses including: dance skills choreography appreciation of different styles of dance. This session will be a fun and practical introduction to this subject. MUSIC & UTAS Music Performance & Contemporary Music In this session you will: be given a brief outline of 2C and 3C courses view a range of music theory and classroombased activities that are covered in these courses. FILM/TELEVISION VET/ In this session you will be introduced to the technical facilities of the College s television studio. You will watch past students work and will have the opportunity to use the equipment in interview situations. COLLEGE MUSICAL COSTUME PREPARATION If you are interested in designing and making costumes for the College Musical, it is recommended that you attend a Design & Production Textiles session (listed in Food, Textile & Design section) to gain an insight into this area of study. DRAMA AND TECHNICAL PRODUCTION VET/ This session will give an overview of the different Drama subjects available. In the Drama section of the session you will participate in: movement voice improvisation. In the Technical Production section you will be introduced to the College s technical theatre equipment including lighting and sound. MUSIC TECHNOLOGY In this subject you will: be given a brief outline of the course be actively involved in a recording session listen to recordings of current students work. SCIENCE ELECTRONICS Electronics is a practical subject that involves the building, testing and analysing of electronic circuits and is a good introduction to the Electrical trades and Engineering. In the Taster Day session you will build and test a small LED flashing circuit. No previous experience in electronics is needed. PHYSICAL SCIENCES This session will quickly get you involved in practical laboratory exercises investigating: the penetrating power of emissions from a radioactive source chemical reactions that are colourful and go quickly. 10

11 LIFE SCIENCE Level 2 Life Science is a good lead in subject to students interested in Biology and Environmental Science. Aspects of Animal, Plant and Human Biology will be covered in the course. Taster Day activities will include specimen handling, drawing and/or a dissection. BIOLOGY/ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE These courses look at cells, cell chemistry, immunology, organisms, their interactions and the impact of humans on the earth s ecosystems. They are a good introduction to many science areas, e.g. nursing, medicine, human movement, marine science. On Taster Day you will perform a short experiment typical of the type of class activities in Biology. SOCIETY AND ENVIRONMENT (SOSE) All Society and Environment courses can be studied in either Year 11 or Year You will benefit by: Extending your general knowledge Developing writing, analytical and research skills Gaining strong foundations for careers in law, business administration, hospitality and tourism, teaching, police, journalism, public service, social and community work. Extending career options into environmental management, town planning, Geographic Information System (GIS) and a range of other careers in the fields of science and the humanities. LEGAL STUDIES Level 2 and Are you interested in crime, politics and the law? Legal Studies is about real people, real events, and issues that affect our lives today. Examine a criminal case and decide on a suitable punishment for the offenders. Learn about other courses that will complement your study in this field, and understand how Legal Studies aligns with a range of future study pathways. PHILOSOPHY The philosophy course will help you to develop thinking skills that you can apply in everyday life and in other courses. We look at questions connected to the nature of truth, existence and the meaning of life. GEOGRAPHY / AUSTRALIA IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC Students can study these courses in either year 11 or 12. Both courses complement each other, so on could be studied in Year 11 and the other in Year 12. GEOGRAPHY Are you interested in the growth of India and China the sustained cultural influence of the USA and Europe the environmental changes caused by human activity? Geography will help you to understand the diversity of the world s places and their people, culture and environments the rapid change in biophysical environments, the sustainability of places and dealing with environmental risks both the physical and human environments. Help prepare yourself for the global challenges ahead.

12 AUSTRALIA IN ASIA & THE PACIFIC Find out more about our closest neighbours and prepare for the Asian Century. Do you know what the term Ring of Fire means? What causes earthquakes and tsunamis? What is the effect of rising sea levels on those living on Pacific Islands? Do you know why more people are living in cities than ever before in human history? Did you know that 1 in 11 jobs in the world is in Tourism? Examine Australia s partnerships in the Asia Pacific region and the effect of immigration on the diversity of Australia s population. Tourism and its rapid growth is a unit of major interest to students studying this course. Your study of Australia in Asia and the Pacific is an ideal pathway if you are considering continuing to Asian Studies in Year 12 Seeking employment opportunities within the global workplace. ANCIENT CIVILISATIONS The major study of this course is the civilisation of ancient Rome. On Taster Day, find out how interesting the ancient world can be. Have some fun with hands on activities related to Roman religion and its gods and goddesses. Take part in a fun quiz about famous ancient individuals, gladiators, the Emperors of Rome, and the women behind the scenes. Test your general knowledge was Julius Caesar: a power hungry dictator, or a saviour of his people? Why was the Egyptian, Cleopatra so infatuated with the Roman, Mark Antony? Enjoy a hands on activity that explores how the ancient people of Pompeii became innocent victims of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. If you study Ancient Civilisations at Rosny you will develop your research and essay writing skills. This subject provides and interesting and solid background for future studies at level 3 in year 12. Topics you might enjoy in Ancient Civs Leadership and Government Women in Ancient Society Art and Architecture Religion and the afterlife Investigate historical personalities from Egypt, Greece and Rome MODERN HISTORY In this session you will get up close and personal with key figures and moments from Modern History. Find out how history can be an exciting and hands-on experience. Who was Mao Zedong and what is Communism? Who was Karl Marx? Why did the Americans and the Russians bring the world to the brink of nuclear disaster during the Cold War period? What is a Cold war anyway? If you study Modern History you will develop research, report and essay writing skills, while you learn about The Cold War conflict between Russia and America The rise of Communism in China Australian history between 1920 and

13 VET PATHWAYS Certificate I and II VOCATIONAL Do you want to: develop general workplace skills and knowledge required by any employer? improve your chance of gaining employment? spend part of your time in the college learning about work and part in a workplace of your choice? check out career options? This course is a foundation program that will prepare you for industry specific VET programs and/or employment. This will be an information session. 13

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