Industrial Technology and Design (ITD) relates to secondary curriculum delivered across Junior Secondary and Senior Secondary subjects offered in Queensland state schools. Commonly, these subjects incorporate theoretical knowledge with practical application in learning environments that include: computer applications; workshops and practical workspaces; a variety of equipment (both fixed and portable); and a range of materials - typically associated with wood, metal, plastics and their related products and accessories.
Departmental procedures and guidelines
Legislation and other links
What is the ITD Discussion List?
The Managing Industrial Technology and Design activities in secondary schools - Discussion List has been established to provide a forum to discuss ITD issues. It can be used to share ideas, raise problems, debate issues and seek advice on ITD activities via direct emails to subscribed members.
The ITD Discussion List is administered by the Organisational Safety and Wellbeing Unit within the department.
Discussion on the list is informal in its tone; however, communication must remain appropriate, respectful and supportive.
Advertising on the list is not appropriate. Companies who have 'mistakenly' joined the list with the intention of broadcasting advertisements will have their subscription terminated.
How to join the ITD Discussion List
Join the ITD discussion list select 'Subscribe or Unsubscribe' from the Options menu on the right-hand side, enter your name and email details and submit.
You will receive an email to acknowledge your subscription and information regarding protocols for the use of the list.
*Please note that you can unsubscribe from this Discussion List at any time. Just use the same link above to unsubscribe.
Access archive messages from the ITD Discussion List
All information posted to the discussion list is archived which allows subscribers to view past messages and responses. As many commonly asked questions have already been discussed please use the 'Search Archives' menu option to see if your question has already been answered.