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SITHCCC007Prepare stocks, sauces and soupsAssessment
SITHCCC007 – AssessmentInstructions to Students:Student name:Completethe cover sheet and ensure you accept,sign and datethe student declaration on the StudentLearning Management System (LMS).Read through and follow all instructions provided.Complete each assessment task/activity.Submit your assessment to the Student Learning Management System (LMS)by the due date.Ensure your submission identifiesyour name, unit code and title.You are required to:Plagiarism is ‘a practice that involves the using of another person’s intellectual output and presenting itas one’s own’. This includes the presentation of work that has been copied, in whole or part, from othersources (including other students’ work, published books or periodicals, the Internet, unpublishedworks or unauthorised collaboration with other persons), without due acknowledgement.PLAGIARISM AND COLLUSIONA student found to have plagiarised material will be instantly graded Not Yet Competent (NYC) and maybe subject to one or all of the following:Referral of the matter to the Academic Coordinator for:an intervention meeting, issuing of writtenwarning, clarification regarding assessment re-submission requirements and allocation of additionalassessment tasks.Referral of the matter to the Director for:official disciplinary action by Frontier Education and/orsuspension from the course.CONSEQUENCES OF PLAGIARISM AND COLLUSIONName:SITHCCC007 – AssessmentVersion: V.2019.1Last Reviewed: January 2019Page|1
SITHCCC007 – AssessmentUnit descriptionThis unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to prepare various stocks, sauces andsoups following standard recipes. It requires the ability to select and prepare ingredients, and to use relevantequipment and cookery and food storage methods.The unit applies to cooks working in hospitality and catering organisations.For a student’sperformance to be deemedsatisfactory for the wholeunit of competence, theymustdemonstratesatisfactory performance inboth Assessment andPractical demonstration.If part of a task is notsatisfactorily completed theassessor will arrange for thestudent to complete furtherassessment to demonstratecompetence. Students arepermittedthree (3)attemptsto demonstratecompetency.Overall studentperformance in the unit isto be recorded as eitherCompetent or Not YetCompetent.Assessment tasksIn this assessment taskstudents are required toread the questions andeither select the onecorrect answer from anumber of alternatives orwrite a response in thespace provided.This assessment contains aseries of questions designedto allow students todemonstrate competence inthe unit.To complete the writtenassessment, students mustsuccessfully complete thefollowing:Task A – Short answerTask B – ProjectTheoverall resultandfeedback for this taskwillbe provided on theassessment result page atthe end of this document.