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Your presentation must be minimum of 6 to 8 slides. Assessor’s Observation Checklist Did the student demonstrate the following: Yes No Ability to communicate well with others using good listening skills, closed and open questions when conducting risk assessments. Demonstrated ability to communicate with colleagues and advise and gain feedback on ethical practices in the hospitality industry Demonstrated positive body language when engaging and presenting to others during team discussions and used appropriate presentation skills Made eye contact with audience and presented in a logical manner Assessment Outcome: ? SATISFACTORY ? NOT SATISFACTORY Assessor’s Feedback: SITHIND002 Assessment tasks V2 Issued 25/03/2019 page 33 of 34
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ASSESSMENT TASKS Training Package: SIT30616 Certificate III in Hospitality Cluster number and name: HC3 4.1 Use information on the hospitality industry Units of competency: SITHIND002 Source and use information on the hospitality industry Student’s ID: Please advise all students to insert their ID this column and on all pages, they submit. Assessor’s name: Please ensure your name or assessor name is inserted. Recommended readings Chon, K., 2010 (3rd ed‟n), Welcome to hospitality: an introduction, Delmar Cengage Learning, Clifton Park, New York. Dawson, C., 2007 (3rd ed‟n), A practical guide to research methods : a user-friendly manual for mastering research techniques and projects, How To Books, Oxford. Corbin, J. & Strauss, A., 2008 (3rd ed‟n), Basics of qualitative research: techniques and procedures for developing grounded theory, Sage Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, California. Barrows, C.W., Powers, T. & Reynolds, D., 2012 (8th ed‟n), Introduction to the hospitality industry, Wiley, Hoboken, New Jersey. Leaner guide from RTO Materials and Australian Training Products SITHIND002 Assessment tasks V2 Issued 25/03/2019 page 34 of 34
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