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BSBCRT401 Articulate, present and debate ideas Assessment 1 Last Updated: November 2018, V. No. 1.1 Page 1 of 11 Assessment: 1 Distil key ideas (Presentation) Assessment description In this task you are provided with a scenario and related information. You will review this information and choose some recommendations to make to your colleagues (fellow learners). You will plan how to present your recommendations in an engaging way using the template provided. You are not expected to become experts in the scenario topic, but to focus on delivering an engaging presentation that supports your case. Note: You will making your case through a presentation in Assessment Task 2. Procedure 1. Read the scenario in the information pack (provided by your assessor). 2. Identify your audience. If you are not sure of who the audience will be, you may need to contact your assessor to help you to contact fellow learners or candidates. 3. Considering the scenario task, review all the information provided (in the information pack provided by your assessor) and complete your own research to identify two to four recommendations to support. 4. Prepare to present your case for supporting your chosen recommendations to your colleagues (fellow learners). 5. Use the template provided in Appendix 1 of this task to outline how you plan to present your case. Your presentation (including any discussions and group interaction) should be about ten minutes in length, or otherwise as agreed with your assessor. 6. Submit your summary, and any additional materials to support your case (links to resources, PowerPoint presentations, etc.) to your assessor within the agreed timeframe. Specifications You must submit: your completed presentation plan.
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BSBCRT401 Articulate, present and debate ideas Assessment 1 Last Updated: November 2018, V. No. 1.1 Page 2 of 11 Your assessor will be looking for the following foundation skills: workplace creativity skills to:
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