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Year 9 and 10 Trade Furnishing (Timber)

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​​​​​​Students studying Trade Furnishing will consider ways that tools, machines, processes and technology are used to manufacture timber products.​

Subject descriptio​n​

Trade Furnishing focuses on the introductory skills and knowledge used by industry in relation to timber and timber products. Predominantly a practical subject, students will work with a range of materials, machines and processes to design and manufacture a series of projects that meet design briefs and specifications. Students will: 

  • Identify and apply properties of materials to a range of different situations.
  • Learn how to safety operate a broad range of tools and machinery.
  • Understand how to interoperate working drawings / plans to manufacture products to specific specification.
  • Develop critical thinking skills through practical problem solving.​

Trade Furnishing is an 80% practical and a 20% theoretical subject that leads to vocational pathways offered in senior. 

Out of class requirem​ents

Theoretical homework 

What’s important for ​this subj​ect

Confident and safe use of tools and machines, interest in manufacturing.

Course Outline & Asses​sment​​

​Year 9​
​Year 10​
​​Unit 1: Timber Manufacturing - CO2 Dragster and Timber Puzzle
  • Design Sketching – Orthographic, Isometric
  • Aerodynamics
  • Timber Manufacture and Finishing
  • Introduction Timber Joinery ​
Unit 1: Timber Camp Stool
  • Introduction to Timber Joinery
  • Introduction to Senior Machinery Workplace Health and Safety
  • Interoperating Working Drawings ​
Unit 2: Interlocking Puzzle
  • Interoperating Working Drawings
  • Introduction Timber Joinery
  • Manufacturing Jigs
​Unit 2: Jewellery Box
  • Introduction to Specialised Timber Machinery and Power Tools
  • Sustainable Timbers
  • Manufacturing Jigs


​​​Year 11 Courses and Pre requisites​
​​This subject can lead into senior Engineering Skills, Furnishing Skills or Building and Construction Skills (Applied).​



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Last reviewed 28 May 2021
Last updated 28 May 2021