The College has a well equipped workshop that offers students courses in Metalwork and Woodwork. Students have the opportunity to develop skills in production processes such as welding, fabricating, woodturning, joinery and furniture construction. A strong emphasis of the courses is on design, and the Computer Aided Design classroom provides specialised programs to enhance the use of industry design software.
In Wood Technology students have the opportunity to use hand tools that develops their skills and proficiency with cutting, drilling, shaping and forming timber products. Students become familiar with a variety of types of timbers such as Australian Hardwoods and Radiata Pine. They use complex machinery and electrical equipment in senior classes to gain experience with production techniques.
The Materials Technology workshop offers students the opportunity to work with mostly metal and plastics. In Year 7 students complete a full year of study and they undertake range of activities. They work with "resistant" materials and create products using fibres and fabrics. A number of activities focus on "non-resistant" materials and students work with metal and plastic. They use a range of equipment and some machinery and there is a focus on safe work practices. At this level students are expected to complete a variety of design development activities which form the basis of their production work.
In Year 9 & 10 Materials Technology is an elective subject and students are able to consolidate on their skills. There is a focus on the safe use of machinery and equipment. Students complete a range of design development processes as part of the preparation for their production work. At this level students create a variety of products such as clocks, jewellery items, candle holders and storage containers.