Technology and Applied Studies (TAS) subjects aim to engage students in a diverse range of activities that provide opportunities relevant to them as individuals and to society. Trinity aims to utilise technology education as a means of involving students in creative and practical experiences using a range of technologies. Students develop critical thinking skills and learn about and use a variety of resources, materials, tools and techniques to solve problems and meet identified needs.


  • Stage 4: Technology (Mandatory)
  • Stage 5: Food Technology, Industrial Technology, Metals, Timber, Textiles Technology, Information Software Technology, Graphics Technology, Timber and Furniture, and┬áDesign and Technology
  • Stage 6: Food Technology, Industrial Technology, Timber and Furniture, Information Processes and Technology, Design and Technology (all electives)