Assessment outcome: (please tick to indicate) Competent Not Yet Competent Is re-assessment required? Yes No Date of re-assessment (if applicable) Date declared competent: (if different to date of assessment) Student: The assessment process, including assessment information, competency requirements, student rights and appeals were clearly explained. I have been provided with feedback on my assessment and agree/disagree (delete what is not applicable) with the assessment result. Student signature: Date:
Assessor: The assessment process, including assessment information, competency requirements, student rights and appeals were clearly explained. The assessment was valid, reliable, flexible and fair. I have provided the student with feedback on their assessment. I certify this assessment record is accurate. Assessor signature: Date: Comments: *Please see Moodle for feedback on assessment(s)* Activity 3: Your objective for this activity is to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required to develop an innovative ideas program. Assessment description Develop a detailed innovative ideas program to encourage, test and recognise new ideas and entrepreneurial behaviour in the workplace. Instructions 1. Develop and document an innovative ideas program which could be implemented in a workplace. Deliverable specifications Submit a continuous improvement program in a Word document. The continuous improvement program should address the following: How will ideas be captured?
How will ideas be discussed and explored? How will risks be evaluated? How will costs be assessed? How will approval be decided / gained? How will the idea be trialed – what measures will be used to evaluate its effectiveness? What action will be taken should the trial prove unsuccessful? What reward and recognition strategies would be implemented? How would the program be communicated and supported within the workplace?
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- Spring '14
- Skill, Four stages of competence, Date of assessment