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Business and Information Technology

 
 
 
 
Business education helps young
Australians to develop the knowledge,Business education helps young Australians to develop the knowledge,
understanding and skills that will inform and encourage them to participate in, and contribute to the economy.
Junior courses will equip students with transferable skills that enable them to identify and make informed decisions to respond to contemporary business issues or events in local, national, regional and global contexts.
Senior courses in Business offers students opportunities to engage in and understand a range of business administrative practices through real-life situations and simulations. Courses are designed to provide a foundation in the study of business and to prepare students for further education, training and employment.
Business education fosters intellectual, social and moral development by encouraging students to think critically about the role and ethical responsibilities of business in society.
 
Vocational certificates are offered where students gain skills for employment in office administration.
 
Students are taught digital systems such as the components of digital systems:  software, hardware and networks and how data is represented and structured symbolically.
Students produce digital solutions by collecting, managing and analysing data, defining problems, designing solutions, implementing and evaluating solutions and communicating about, collaborating on and managing projects.
Vocational certificates are offered in Information, Digital Media and Technology
An exciting addition to our curriculum is solving problems using Robotic technology and opportunities to become certified internationally as Microsoft Specialists.

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Cathy Eden Glenn Brown Lynda Murtagh

 

Karen Eddy ​Jeff Smithard