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Meeting no Task March April May 1 we ek 2 we ek 3 we ek 4 we ek 1 we ek 2 we ek 3 we ek 4 we ek 1 we ek 2 we ek 3 we ek Meeting no 1 Form the group and Fayaz Ahamad(COL/E-005117) Professional Practices Assignment-01 19
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appoint the secretary and treasurer Meeting no 2 Give the basic idea about the training program Meeting no 3 Take ideas from group members for a suitable crowd and a relevant topic Meeting no 4 Write the approval letter to get permission from school Meeting no 5 Write the relevant syllabus content certificates for the participation and feedback forms Meeting no 6 Make the budget for print the booklets, certificates and feedback forms Meeting Do a full Fayaz Ahamad(COL/E-005117) Professional Practices Assignment-01 20
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no 7 training session for all the member about the HTML Meeting no 8 Last meeting before do the event to confirm everything Fayaz Ahamad(COL/E-005117) Professional Practices Assignment-01 21
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Figure 3 Feedback form 2.3 Self- reflection of interpersonal skills Problem-solving.:- Adabtability. Patience. Active listening. Patience. Fayaz Ahamad(COL/E-005117) Professional Practices Assignment-01 22
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3. Applying critical reasoning and thinking to a range of problem-solving scenarios related to training program conducted 3.1 Problem solving skills: In everyone’s day to day life most number of problem skills solving skills are developed. The most number of problem solving skills are important to those who work in these sectors. Such as:- Finance, Engineering, IT and in Operational researches. There are several stages in solving a problem. 1) When calculating a problem Understanding and identifying the nature of the problem. Expressing questions. Thoroughly collecting information. Organizing the collected information. Summarizing the information. Describing the objective 2) The problem must be handled carefully Collected information must be used effectively. Dividing the problem into controllable and smaller parts. By using techniques such as brainstorming and lateral thinking. Examining and recognizing the steps that are to be taken to achieve the target. 3) Making correct decisions Making correct decisions on the items that are collected and what actions are to be taken to solve it. 4) Undertaking actions to the problem Fayaz Ahamad(COL/E-005117) Professional Practices Assignment-01 23
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Applying actions to the information collected and studying the progress of it 5) The results are inspected Observing the results and studying those to avoid problems.[ CITATION car13 \l 1033 ] 3.2 Applying critical reasoning Critical reasoning is the capability to use the information that you have and filter the gaps of our knowledge, in order to produce a productive outcome. It is also acting as a major role in analyzing and decision making before making judgements in achieving the goals. [ CITATION Dal \l 1033 ] Figure 4 Critical analysing 3.3 Process of applying critical reasoning Advantages of Critical reasoning More accurate.
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