Feedback is to be given at the completion of the assessment using the feedback to student. If a student does not meet a standard, the assessor is to sit down with them and assist them in their understanding. Should you disagree with the assessment outcome, you can appeal the decision as stated in the Student Handbook. Your student record must indicate that you have all required skills and knowledge in completing the task. For each assessment, the assessor is to act as a supervisor and not interfere with the assessment. If the assessment activities will impact on your safety or that of others, the assessment must be stopped immediately. Attaching documents Attached documents are accepted but must be labelled with the following information: Unit Name and Title, Students name, Student ID, Date of Submissions, Student signature. Assessment Instruction Assessment is mapped to the unit and must be completed by the end of each unit. For answers to written questions, reports and projects, you must: Print clearly in black or blue pen or type it as a word document Answer each of the key points and /or follow instructions Assessments written in pencil or are illegible will not be accepted. Please attach the assessment booklet along with your assessment task for submission. Ask your assessor if you do not understand any part of the assessment. Whilst your assessor cannot tell you the answer, he/she may be able to re-word a question or instruction to assist in a better understanding for you. Assessment Task 1: For this assessment student will need to write a report. The report is on setting up a new business. The way students want to set up this new business is to develop a single but successful operation that services MAMILs in the Capital City. These tasks will need to be completed and submitted in a professional, word processed, format in no less than 2500 words in length. Assessment Task 2: Following task 1, students will deliver a power point presentation on the developed report. Students will assume their classmates as stakeholders. Students would be given weeks’ time to prepare the power point and 10-15 minutes to present the power point. Necessary verbal feedback will be provided by the trainer at the end of the session. Assessment Task 3: This is a written questions and answers assessment that needs to be completed by students over the duration of training session. The assessor must provide students with sufficient information to complete this assessment. While answering the questions, students will gain knowledge about managing budgets and financial plans.
BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan Version: 4.1 Page 5 of 20 Created: April 2019 Last Reviewed: April 2020 Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302 Competency Decision Student must satisfactorily complete each assessment tasks to be Competent (C) in the unit. Student with unsatisfactory completion of any of the assignment tasks will be deemed Not Yet Competent (NYC).