If you do not currently have access to a workplace or if it wouldnt be

If you do not currently have access to a workplace or

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If you do not currently have access to a workplace, or if it wouldn’t be appropriate to complete the Project in your workplace, please complete Project Part B: Managing business document design and development at BizOps Enterprises, which contains a simulated workplace. If you have access to a workplace, and are able to use it to complete the Project, please complete Project Part C: Managing business document design and development at work. Please submit all tasks in a single word-processed document, titled: year_month_date_BSBADM506_Project Part B (or Project Part c) _your name Modified on: 15 November 2016 Modified by : J Lozarita Authorised by: Bryan West Filename: YYYY_MMM_DD_YOURNAME_BSBADM506_Assessment_Worksheet Review Date: November 2017 Version 2.6 19 Project Project C Managing business document design and development at work Demonstrate your skills and knowledge by completing a project in your workplace. Are you able to conduct this Project at work? Yes No Project B Managing business document design and development at BizOps Enterprises Demonstrate your skills and knowledge by completing a scenario-based project. Instructions Refer to p134 of the e-book Instructions Refer to p141 of the e-book
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Assessment Worksheet: BSBADM506 Manage business document design and development Instructions for candidates Your work performance will be documented using either an Observation Checklist. The Observation is an important part of the assessment process and you must complete it satisfactorily in order to fulfill the unit’s requirements. You may be observed in a workplace that is your place of employment, or in a work-placement situation. In either case, the situation must reflect a real workplace and real workplace conditions. Preparing for the Observation: It is important to plan the observation. We recommend the following steps: Step 1. Refer to the Observer’s Checklist and familiarise yourself with the tasks that you will be being observed. Familiarise yourself with the resource requirements. Step 2. Identify a suitable Observer and ask if they will agree to act as your Observer. Step 3. Create a plan of activities over a suitable period of time that will enable you to demonstrate all items on the Observer Checklist. You may choose to include the template below, and amend it to suit your own requirements. Step 4. Review your plan with your Observer, and make any changes that are required. Once agreed, you and your Observer may both sign the Plan. Step 5. Implement your Plan. Step 6. Submit the completed Plan with your completed Observer Checklist. Observation Planning Template You may wish to use the following template to guide your planning. Unit of Competency: Location of Observation: Candidate’s Name: Observer’s Name Date/Time Activity Location Resources required Add more rows as required I agree to this plan. Candidate Signature/Date Observer Signature/Date: Modified on: 15 November 2016 Modified by : J Lozarita Authorised by: Bryan West Filename: YYYY_MMM_DD_YOURNAME_BSBADM506_Assessment_Worksheet Review Date: November 2017 Version 2.6 20 Observer Checklist
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Assessment Worksheet: BSBADM506 Manage business document design and development Instructions for observers Dear Observer, Thank you agreeing to act as your colleague’s observer for this assessment.
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