In Technologies, students use the design and realisation process to engineer solutions for the development of products or systems.

Technologies has four contexts:
• Digital communication solutions
• Industry and entrepreneurial solutions
• Material solutions
• Robotic and electronic systems.

The subject provides a flexible framework that encourages students to be creative, innovative and enterprising in their chosen context. They apply critical problem-solving skills and incorporate technologies to address design problems and challenges. This subject area incorporates the transfer of interdisciplinary skills and knowledge and promotes individualised and inquiry-based learning. Technologies provides opportunities for students to apply engineering processes and use new and evolving production techniques.