Evaluate packing marking and stowage requirements for a variety of cargo 4

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Evaluate packing, marking and stowage requirements for a variety of cargo 4. Calculate international freight and other shipment costs 5. Identify cargo insurance and claim requirements for goods Performance Evidence Evidence of the ability to: Choose appropriate transport modes, routes and securing options Demonstrate successful preparation for international transport for different types of general cargo Document completed quotations, supplementary quotations, budget or expressions of interest prepared for an external client or own workplace Knowledge Evidence To complete the unit requirements safely and effectively, you must: Student Assessment Guide: BSBINT409 Version: v19.0 Page 4 of 39 Developed by: ACBI Approved by: DoS Issued: July 2019 Review: July 2019
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BSB50815 Diploma of International Business Student Assessment Guide: BSBINT409 Plan for international trade Outline legislation, codes of practice and standards relevant to international trade Outline organisational policies and procedures relating to international trade Outline risk factors in relation to packing and storing of goods for transportation For further information on the competencies of this unit, please refer to: C. What you are required to do This assessment requires you to demonstrate your knowledge of key concepts and factors relating to international trade, then respond to international trade requirements of an organisation; Kangaroo Biscuits. Task 1 For Task 1 you are required to demonstrate your understanding of legislation, standards, policies, procedures and risks relating to international trade. Task 2 Task 2 requires you to use a provided case study on Kangaroo Biscuits to plan the international transport of goods from Sydney to Tokyo. Please note: Kangaroo Biscuits is a fictional company created for the purpose of this assessment. Further details on Kangaroo Biscuits can be found in the case study document - BSBINT409 Case Study. For further details, please refer to the “Assessment Requirements” section of this document. Assessment resources To enable you to complete this assessment, the following documents have been provided in the unit course page on Moodle unit on Moodle: BSBINT409 Plan for international trade learner guide BSBINT409 Case Study folder BSBINT409 Observation checklist A note on plagiarism and referencing Plagiarism is a form of theft where the work, ideas, inventions etc. of other people are presented as your own. Student Assessment Guide: BSBINT409 Version: v19.0 Page 5 of 39 Developed by: ACBI Approved by: DoS Issued: July 2019 Review: July 2019
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BSB50815 Diploma of International Business Student Assessment Guide: BSBINT409 Plan for international trade When quoting or paraphrasing from a source such as the Internet, the source must be recognised. If you are quoting a source, make sure to acknowledge this by including “quotation marks” around the relevant words/sentences or ideas. Note the source at the point at which it is included within your assessment, such as by using a citation. Then list the full details of the source in a ‘references’ section at the end of
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