Creativity Technology

Campus: Whitireia / Te Kāhui Auaha 
Cost:  Free
Days: Thursday & Friday 
Hours: 9.00am – 2.30pm (half hour lunch) 
Equipment: Protective clothing and safety equipment is provided if appropriate 
Travel: This is provided free, subject to students meeting the MoE requirements 
Orientation: Thursday 13 February 2020 
Dates:  Thursday 13 February – Friday 13 November 2020 (33 weeks), normal school holidays apply 
Application:  Students must be enrolled in a secondary school in the Wellington region and be enrolled in the WTA by their secondary school 
Interview: Students must attend an interview. We encourage a family member or school representative to attend 

Qualification

NCEA Level 2 with credit towards Vocational Pathway award.

Credits

On successful completion of this course, students will have gained 43 credits. 

Learning Outcomes

A student successfully completing this strand will be able to:

  • create designs using a range of tools and techniques
  • use creative industry software and hardware 
  • understand and use Māori art design elements and techniques

Assessment

Assessment is competency based against unit standard outcomes and related evidence requirements.
They will follow the processes required by NZQA and relevant industry requirements as outlined by the relevant Industry Training Organisations.

 

Students will be assessed against the following criteria:

 

Course Title Title Credits Version

New Media

Comprises the following unit standards: 

2 23  
10197   Light for a basic moving image shoot  2 5 6
10353   Shoot material for a production with a moving image camera 2 5 6
18740   Create a simple computer program to meet a set brief 2 3 6
 29773  Produce digital images for a range of digital media 2 3 1

29775  Use the main features of a web authoring and design tool to create a website

2 3 1
29776  Use the main features of an HTML editor to create a website  2 4 1
       

Design Fundamentals

Comprises the following unit standards:

2 12  

1280    Use graphics in communication

2 2 7

14995  Construct free-hand drawings for use in furniture making

2 2 3

27699  Research and design a costume for a specified performance context

2 4 3

27704  Design and construct item(s) to meet production needs for a performance context

2 4 4
       

Indigenous Design

Comprises the following unit standards:

2 8  

2580    Explain design elements used to generate Māori art design

2 4 10

2594     Employ drawing techniques to create Māori art

2 4 10

Study Pathways

Higher level study in visual and digital art and design 

NZ Certificate in Creativity (Level 4)

This programme is part of Te Auaha New Zealand Institute of Creativity.