Course details for TEG315115 Technical Graphics

TitleTechnical Graphics
Learning AreaTechnologies
Available from01/01/2015
Available until31/12/2019
Size 15 credit points
Demonstrates TCE literacy standardNO
Demonstrates TCE numeracy standardNO
Demonstrates TCE ICT standardNO
Replaces the courseTEG315110
The study of Technical Graphics provides an opportunity to appreciate the demands of design - both theoretical and practical - for technical innovation and progress. It is particularly relevant to a number of educational and vocational fields including engineering, industrial and product design, built environment design (architecture, landscape design and interior design), urban planning, surveying and spatial sciences and building paraprofessionals. These contexts require graphical problem solving, interpretation, communication and the shaping of practical solutions to existing and emerging technological challenges.

Learners gain knowledge and skills in solving design problems though technical drawing using conventional and CADD systems. Learners use a design process in the major project to address a design brief which will provide rich insights into the industry standards for one of the numerous contexts in which technical graphics are vital for design, manufacturing and production.

Supporting documents

Technical Graphics External Assessment Guidelines (2017)
(Updated May 19, 2017)
(Valid from Jan 1, 2017)
Technical Graphics Asessment Report 2016
(Updated Feb 7, 2017)
Technical Graphics Exam Paper 2016
(Updated Nov 25, 2016)
TEG315115 Technical Graphics External Assessment Specifications 2015-2019
(Updated Feb 4, 2016)
External Marker Report Authenticity and Academic Integrity Report - Marker
(Updated Feb 3, 2016)
TEG315115 Technical Graphics Assessment Report (2015)
(Updated Feb 2, 2016)
Technical Graphics Exam Paper (2015)
(Updated Nov 22, 2015)

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