HC2091 Unit Title Business Finance

HOLMES INSTITUTE
FACULTY OF
HIGHER EDUCATION
Assessment Details and Submission Guidelines
Trimester T3 2019
Unit Code HC2091
Unit Title Business Finance
Assessment Type 3
Assessment Title Group Assignment
Purpose of the
assessment (with ULO Mapping) Students are required to form a group of 3 to 4 members (Minimum of 3
and Maximum of 4) to study, undertake research, analyse and conduct academic work within the areas of
business finance covered in learning materials Topics 1 to 10 inclusive. The assignment should examine
the main issues, including underlying theories, implement performance measures used and explain the
firm financial performance. Your group is strongly advised to reference professional websites, journal
articles and text books in this assignment (case study).
Weight 25 % of the total assessments
Total Marks 25
Word limit Not more than 2500 words
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Due Date Registration of groups and chosen companies: 5 pm Friday, Week 7
Final Submission of Group Assignment: Midnight (23:59 pm.) Sunday, Week 10 Late submission incurs
penalties of 5 (five) % of the assessment value per calendar day unless an extension and/or special
consideration has been granted by the lecturer prior to the assessment deadline.
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Submission Guidelines
· All work must be submitted on Blackboard by the due date along with a completed Assignment Cover
Page. Please make sure that your group member’s name and surname, student ID, subject name, and code
and lecture’s name are written on the cover sheet of the submitted assignment.
· The assignment must be in MS Word format, no spacing, 12-pt Arial font and 2 cm margins on all four
sides of your page with appropriate section headings and page numbers. When you submit your
assignment electronically, please save the file as ‘Group Assignment- your group name .doc’. You are
required to submit the assignment at Group Assignment Final Submission, which is under Group
Assignment and Due Dates on Black Board.
· Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed appropriately at the end in a reference
list using Harvard referencing style. Submitted work should be your original work showing your
creativity. Students need to read and understand the Holmes Academic Integrity Policy before they start
any assessment. (Please refer section 4.3 Guide to Academic Integrity p27 of the Holmes Student
Handbook).
· Always keep an electronic copy until you have received the final grade for the Unit. Please make sure
that you submit the correct file. Any appeal relating to submitting wrong files after the deadline will not be
considered.
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ASSIGNMENT SPECIFICATIONS
ASSIGNMENT TASK
This assignment task is a written report and analysis of the financial performance of one selected listed
company on the ASX in order to provide financial and investment advice to a prospective investor (No
restriction to choose one of the company which you used for your individual assignment).
This assignment requires to undertake an examination of a firm’s financial performance based on most
recent financial statements of the selected company mainly focusing on
• Liquidity (based on liquidity ratios)
• Capital Structure (based on capital structure ratios)
You are required to obtain the relevant information from chosen company annual reports and company
web site. You can access the company web site via www.asx.com.au.
To download the relevant please referee the Company code in ASX (see the following examples)
ABP Abacus Property Group
APZ Aspen Group Limited
AGL AGL Energy Limited
WES Wesfarmers Ltd
WOW Woolworths Group Ltd
Note: The above table gives you only examples and you are not asked to choose them for the analysis.
ASSIGNMENT STRUCTURE
Assignment structure should be as follows:
Title of the assignment
Example: Analysis of ABX Company Financial Performance
Group details and the contribution of each group member
You need to give full details of all the group members in your group including their names and student
IDs. Please make sure all the names written in the assignment are matched with the group created in
Blackboard.
To ensure that all students participate equitably in the group assignment and that students are responsible
for the academic integrity of all components of the assignment. You need to complete the following table
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which identifies which student/students are responsible for the various sections of the assignment.
The above table needs to be completed and submitted with the assignment as it is a compulsory
component required before any grading is undertaken.
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CONTENT OF THE ASSIGNMENT
1. INTRODUCTION
The introduction should briefly explain the purpose of the assignment, the selected company for analysis
and the type of analysis.
2. FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF THE SELECTED COMPANY
a. Description of the company
Prepare a brief description of the selected company (when they started, key milestones etc.), outlining the
core activities (major business, key products) competitive advantages, and the market in which it operates
(in which industry sector they are in ASZX, do they export their products and services or whether they
serve only the local market).
b. Analysis of company net working capital position
Based on balance sheet information and the notes to the financial statements,
• Analyse the working capital position of the company over minimum of past 2 years (composition of
current assets and current liabilities, changes in CA and CL, any significant decision about working capital
management etc.)
• Calculate the networking capital and give your opinion on the net working capital position of the
company.
c. Calculation of cost of equity of the firm
Based on the data of just paid dividend (D0), current share price (collect this information from the annual
report) and assumption that the company will maintain a constant dividend growth rate of 3% from now
on, calculate the cost of equity of your selected company, using constant dividend growth model.
d. Analysis of company liquidity and capital structure using liquidity and capital structure ratios
Using data from financial statements of your selected company, calculate the following ratios for past 4
years and present them using suitable charts. Discuss the implications of the identified trends for company
performance.
• Liquidity ratio (calculate minimum of 2 liquidity ratios over 4 years and analyse them using suitable
charts)
• Capital Structure ratio (calculate minimum of 2 capital structure ratios over 4 years and analyse them
using suitable charts)
3. Conclusion
Based on the analysis in section 2, provide brief conclusion on the company financial performance and
make a recommendation for prospective investors.
4. Reference
Follow the Holmes reference guideline and give your reference details
Note: You need to show all the calculation in an appendix
All the graphs and tables should be correctly label
Graphs should have clear information (legends, axis title etc.)
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Marking criteria
Marking criteria Weighting
1 Introduction 2 mark
2 Description of the company including their core business activities 4 marks
3 Analysis of company net working capital position Comparison of working capital position
Calculation of net working capital over the past 2 years 4 marks
4 Calculation of cost of equity of the firm
Identification of correct information on dividend and current share price from firm’s annual reports
Calculation of cost of equity based on identified information and the given growth rate 4 marks
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5 Analysis of company liquidity and capital structure using liquidity and capital structure ratios
Calculation of liquidity ratios and presenting them using suitable graphs Analysis of company liquidity
position based on the above calculation Calculation of capital structure ratios and presenting them using
suitable graphs
Analysis of company capital structure based on the above calculation 4 marks
6 Suitable recommendation and conclusion which is based on the overall analysis 4 marks
7 Presentation, structure and academic writing 3 marks
Total marks 25 marks
TOTAL Weight 25 %
Assessment Feedback to the Student:
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Marking Rubric
Content Excellent Very Good Good Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
(80%-full marks
given) (70-79% marks
given) (61-69% marks given) (50-60% marks
given) (0-49% marks
given)
Introduction Outstanding introduction addressing the key purpose of the assignment and the selection of
the company. Very Good introduction addressing the key purpose of the assignment and the selection of
the company. Good introduction addressing the key purpose of the assignment and the selection of the
company. Satisfactory introduction addressing the key purpose of the assignment and the selection of the
company. No reasonable explanation on the purpose of the assignment or the company selection.
Description of the Company Outstanding analysis of the selected company, targeting their core business
and competitive advantages. Very good analysis of the selected company, targeting their core business and
competitive advantages. Good analysis of the selected company targeting their core business and
competitive advantages. Satisfactory analysis of the selected company targeting their core business and
competitive advantages. No sufficient analysis on the selected company targeting their core business and
competitive advantages.
Analysis of
company net
working capital position Outstanding analysis of company net working capital with accurate calculation
and suitable charts. Very good analysis of company net working capital with accurate calculation and
suitable charts. Good analysis of company net working capital with accurate calculation and suitable
charts. Satisfactory analysis of company net working capital. No relevant calculation or analysis of
company net working capital position.
Calculation of cost of equity of the firm 100% accurate calculation of company cost of capital based on
relevant information from financial statements and the given additional information. Correct calculation of
company cost of capital based on relevant information from financial statements and the given additional
information(but there are minor errors such as calculation errors. Partially correct calculation of company
cost of capital based on relevant information from financial statements and the given additional
information(Informati on gathered are not correct and or given additional
information are not correctly used Demonstrated the understanding of cost of capital calculations, but
there are key mistakes in calculations. Poor understanding on cost of capital calculations or no
calculations shown in the assignment
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Analysis of company liquidity and capital structure Outstanding analysis of company liquidity position
and capital structure position with relevant ratios. Demonstrated in-depth understanding on importance of
liquidly management and capital structure of a firm. Very good analysis of company liquidity position and
capital structure position with relevant ratios. Demonstrated very good understanding on importance of
liquidly management and capital structure of a firm. Good analysis of company liquidity position and
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capital structure position with relevant ratios. Demonstrated good understanding on importance of liquidly
management and capital structure of a firm. Satisfactory analysis of company liquidity position and capital
structure position with relevant ratios. Demonstrated good understanding on importance of liquidly
management and capital structure of a firm. Poor understanding of the analysis of company liquidity and
capital structure. No calculation shown in the assignment.
Conclusion
and
recommendati on Presenting a wide ranges of adequate recommendatio ns that exemplarily supported by
justification and analysis; Presenting very sensible recommendatio ns that properly supported by
justification and analysis; Presenting adequate recommendations that properly supported by justification
and analysis; Demonstrating limited justification and analysis of the given recommendatio ns and
conclusions Providing no recommendatio ns and conclusion or inadequate recommendatio ns for
investment decisions;
Presentation, structure and academic writing Demonstrated a high level of understanding and skills of
academic writing by means of criticism, logical argument, and interpretation of data and information.
Demonstrated a good understanding and skills of academic writing by means of criticism, logical
argument, and interpretation of data and information. Followed given formatting guidelines. Demonstrated
a reasonable understanding and skills of academic writing by means of criticism, logical argument, and
interpretation of data and information. Partially followed given formatting guidelines Demonstrated
limited skills of academic writing in terms of structure, presentation, wordings and referencing. No
satisfactory attention on given formatting guidelines Failing to meet the requirements of academic writing
in terms of structure, presentation, wordings and referencing. No attention on given

Define the type of buffet theme or style you will plan and include suitable dishes tyvicalty included for such a buffet including provisions for all courses in your buffet menu.

Define the type of buffet theme or style you will plan and include suitable dishes tyvicalty included
for such a buffet including provisions for all courses in your buffet menu.
The dishes must provide a balanced variety on offer and within the scope offered including:
Colours
Cooking methods
Delicacies
Flavours
Nutritional values
Presentation
Seasonally available ingredients
Tastes
Textures
Draft ideas for each of the dishes listed in A, present these to your trainer and obtain feedback.
Document what the feedback entailed and what you will change as a result. Attach this draft and
comments to this assessment and marked Menu 2
Establish standard recipe cards for each dish, listing the ingredients and required quantities.
Establish a yield test sheet for at least one dish, using the attached template -Yield- and calculate
the net yields and net costs.
Finalise the standard recipe cards for each dish and cost each dish. The food cost for this buffet
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must not exceed 30%. The cost per person need to fit the profile of your establishment you have identified
in question 1 of this assessment.
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Write the menu using an attractive font of your choice no smaller than size 12.
Ensure each dish is described accurately and in an appealing manner and true in its features and
ingredients.
Use correct culinary terms language and grammar relevant to the styles of cuisine.
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Menu 3 Cyclical
Plan a cyclical menu to run over 1 week, lunch or dinner to cater for participants of a 1
seminar with a company next door. The menu must include 3 courses at a set price of $25 per
INCLUDING GST and a food cost not exceeding 30%. The seminar is of duration of 1 week Monday to
Friday and is heid consecutively over 2 months.
The dishes must provide a balanced variety on offer and within the scope offered including:
Colours
Cooking methods
Delicacies
Flavours
Nutritional values
Presentation
Seasonally available ingredients
Tastes
Textures
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Draft ideas for each of the dishes listed in A, present these to your trainer and obtain feedback.
Document what the feedback entailed and what you will change as a result. Attach this draft and
comments to this assessment and marked Menu 3
Establish standard recipe cards for each dish, listing the ingredients and required quantities.
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Establish a yield test sheet for at least ONE (1) of the dishes, u g the attached template -YieldE
and calculate the net yields and net costs.
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Identify the dishes that feature best in terms of profitability.
Write the menu using an attractive font of your choice no smaller than size 12.
Ensure each dish is described accurately and in an appealing manner and true in its features and
ingredients.
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cost shall be to the and meals
The dishes provide a and within the
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Draft ideas for each of the dishes listed in A, present these to your trainer and obtain feedback.
Document what the feedback entailed and what you will change as a result. draft and
comments to this assessment and marked Menu 4
Establish standard recipe cards for each dish, listing the ingredients and required quantities.
Establish a yield test sheet for at least ONE (1) of the dishes using the attached template -Yield- and
calculate the net yields and net costs.
Identify the dishes that feature best in terms of profitability.
Write the menu using an attractive font of your choice no smaller than size 12.
• Ensure each dish is described accurately and in an appealing manner and true in its features and
ingredients.
• Use correct culinary terms language and grammar relevant to the styles of cuisine.
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Menu 5 Ethnic
Plan an ethnic menu of your choice suitabfe for the customer
identified. The menu needs to include 3 courses. The food cost rnuqt not exceed
The dishes must provide a balanced variety on offer and within the scope offered
Colours
Cooking methods
Delicacies
Flavours
Nutritional values
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Tastes
Textures
Draft ideas for each of the dishes listed in A, present these to your trainer and obtain feedback.
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Document what the feedback entailed and what you will change as a result. Attach this draft and
comments to this assessment and marked Menu 5
Establish standard recipe cards for each dish, listing the ingredients and required quantities.
Establish a yield test sheet for at least ONE (1) of the dishes using the attached template -Yield- and
calculate the net yields and net costs.
Identify the dishes that feature best in terms of profitability,
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pave identified in your a la carte menu or degustation menu,
The dishes must provide a balanced variety on offer and within the scope offered including:
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Cooking methods
Delicacies
Flavours
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Document what the feedback entailed and what you will change as a result. Attach this draft and
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Establish standard recipe cards for each dish, listing the ingredients and required quantities.
Establish a yield test sheet for, at least ONE (1) of the dishes using the attached template ‘t Yiel
and calculate the net yields and net costs.
Identify the dishes that feature best in terms of profitability.
Write the menu using an attractive font of your choice no smaller than size 12.
Ensure each dish is described accurately and in an appealing manner and true in its feature:
ingredients.
Use correct culinary terms language and grammar relevant to the styles of cuisine.
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Plaun a set menu and table d’hote menu of your choice suitable to the customer
have identified. menu to include 3 courses and may have a
each course. The food cost must not exceed and could potentially make use of any by-products
The dishes must provide a balanced variety on offer and within the scope offered including:
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Colours
Cooking methods
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Flavours
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Document what the feedback entailed and what you will change as a result. Attach this draft and
comments to this assessment and marked Menu 7
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Establish a yield test sheet for, at least ONE (1) of the dishes using the attached template -Yieldand calculate the net yields and net costs.
Identify the dishes that feature best in terms of profitability.
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Write the menu using an attractive font of your choice no smaller than size 12.
• Ensure each dish is described accurately and in an appealing manner and true in its features and
ingredients.
• Use correct culinary terms language and grammar relevant to the styles of cuisine.
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Task Details: The report will require analysis of an operating system scenario and a report on the systems and logical issues involved, as well as options for resolving the problem and subsequent implications

Assessment type: Report (2,000 words) — individual assignment
Purpose: This assessment will allow students to demonstrate that they can identify and understand
synchronisation and deadlocks. This assessment contributes to learning outcomes b and c.
Value:
Due Date: Week 9
Submission: Upload the completed report via Moodle.
Assessment topic: Analysis of an Operating System scenario, Computer Organisation and Architecture
Report
Task Details: The report will require analysis of an operating system scenario and a report on the systems
and logical issues involved, as well as options for resolving the problem and subsequent implications.
Assignment Details:
2-
Explain how you would design and implement a mechanism to allow the operating system to detect
which, if any, processes are starving.
Consider a banking system with 15 accounts. Funds may be transferred between two of those
accounts by following these steps:
lock A(i);
update A(i);
lock A(j);
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unlock A(i);
unlock A(j);
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a. Can this system become deadlocked? If yes, show how. If no, explain why not.
b. Could the numbering request policy (presented in the chapter discussion about detection) be
implemented to prevent deadlock if the number of accounts is dynamic? Explain why or why not.
Using either internet resources or books, understand the concept of waiting time and turnaround
time. Define those terms (waiting time and turnaround time) in your own words. Then calculate
waiting time and turnaround time for every job for all four scheduling algorithms mentioned in QI
(Details of the calculations is essential).
You must provide references and cite the sources that you consulted for this task. (Harvard referencing is
the required method.)
4- Given the following arrival times and CPU cycle times.
Job
c
Arrival Time
3
5
9
12
CPU cycles required
4
7
3
15
Draw a timeline for each of the following scheduling algorithms and also show the details of the ready
queue formation during the timeline.
5-
i) FCFS
ii) Round Robin (use time quantum of 4)
iii) SRT
iv) HRRN
Consider the directed resource graph shown below and answer the following questions:
a. Is this system deadlocked?
b. Which, if any, processes are blocked?
c. What is the resulting graph after reduction

The word count is considered from the first word of the introduction to the last word of the conclusion. It excludes the cover page, abstract, contents page, reference list and appendices. It includes in-text references and direct quotations.

Assessment 2
Please see the Unit Profile for further information.
Task Description
Format: Word document, double spaced
Length: 2100 words
The word count is considered from the first word of the introduction to the last word of the conclusion. It
excludes the cover page, abstract, contents page, reference list and appendices. It includes in-text
references and direct quotations.
Short Answers
Answers to all questions must be referenced appropriately according to APA referencing guidelines. A
minimum of 10 references is needed to demonstrate broad consideration of the topics. These references
may be sourced from peer-reviewed journal articles and grey literature. One reference list should be
provided at the end of the document.
Australian citizens and residents who live with HIV and hold a Medicare card are provided with fully
subsidised anti-retroviral (AVR) therapy under the Pharmaceutical Benefit Scheme (PBS) Highly
Specialised Drugs program. Overseas born HIV-positive temporary residents are not entitled to the same
level of care as permanent residents.
The individual State and Territory health departments have established systems to assist overseas-born
HIV-positive temporary residents access AVR. Some states have introduced legislation and policy
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directives allowing ineligible HIV-positive people to access AVR for free. Other states do not have formal
legislation and rely on philanthropic relationships with pharmaceutical companies that provide free AVR
treatment through compassionate access schemes.
The following three questions relate generally to the above scenario.
Question 1
Explain the role and governance of Medicare and the Pharmaceutical Benefit Scheme (300 words).
Question 2
Compare and contrast the role of the Australian Federal and State/Territory Governments in governance
and funding of health care (300 words).
Question 3
Analyse how the current healthcare governance for temporary residence might affect the screening,
diagnosis and treatment of HIV. Your answer should consider the possible health outcomes for temporary
residents who are HIV-positive as well as the outcomes for healthcare providers? (500 words).
Question 4:
Nurse navigators are specialist registered nurses who assist people, with complex health needs or chronic
conditions, to access the different levels of the health system. This question relates to nurse navigators and
the Australian health system.
Write an academic essay that analyses the role of the nurse navigator. The essay should demonstrate your
understanding of the different levels of the Australian healthcare system as well as compare and contrast
the nurse navigator role with other nursing roles (1000 words).

QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY QUT Business School – School of Accountancy AYB301 Audit and Assurance

QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
QUT Business School – School of Accountancy
AYB301 Audit and Assurance
SUMMER SEMESTER 2019/2020
Assessment 2: Group Project – Audit Planning
(Weighting Total – 30%)
Due Friday 24th January at 11.59pm
Group Formation Your group of 4 will remain the same as the group you were part of in Assessment 1
(unless agreed with Unit Coordinator)
Working in a group You will now work with that group for the assessment task. You can use the email in
this group area to communicate with group members and also save and share files between the group
members.
Group Task ? Complete the Brookgrove Entertainment Ltd (BEL) Current File- Audit Planning Work
Papers in the excel file provided on Blackboard under Assessment Assessment 2
? Submit the completed excel file online at the Group Project Submission link at Assessment Assessment
Item 2: Group Project in AYB301 Blackboard site.
• Only one group member needs to submit on behalf of the group.
• Blackboard will automatically link all group members to this submission
• All marks and feedback will be provided electronically via Blackboard back to all group members.
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Individual Task Each Student in the unit must also undertake a group project peer evaluation survey at
Assessment Assessment Item 2: Group Project by the due date and time.
Weighting Submission of completed BEL Current File Audit Working Papers (22%)
Individual Peer Evaluation Survey (5%), Team Minutes (3%)
Grading will be based upon the text that is within the word limit (or 10% above)
Length Word Limit (2000 words +10% maximum)
Note: The analytical review worksheet and the Trial Balance worksheet are not counted as part of the
submission word count.
This assessment item assesses the following learning outcomes and AoL goals:
PC3.1 Professionally communicate accounting and legal knowledge, advice and recommendations in
written forms to both accountants and non-accountants.
HO2.1 Investigate real world business issues and situations through the effective analysis, evaluation and
synthesis of theory and practice
TS4.2 Apply teamwork knowledge and skills to work effectively with others across diverse accounting
purposes and contexts.
SE5.1 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of ethical and regulatory perspectives relating to professional
accounting.
Late Assessment and Extensions
As the group project is an assessment that involves a group of four students and the group has a number of
weeks to complete the assessment task, students will be unable to apply for an extension via the QUT Late
Assessment Policy. Further information on late assignments and extensions can be found at
https://www.student.qut.edu.au/studying/assessment/extension. The MOPP Policy relating to Late
Assessment and Extensions can be found here: http://www.mopp.qut.edu.au/E/E_06_08.jsp
AUDIT PERMANENT FILE INFORMATION – With reference to the information you considered in
Assessment 1 for SLD Chartered Accountants and BEL.
SLD have resolved any ethical, legal and client evaluation issues and have signed the engagement letter
with Brookgrove Entertainment Ltd (BEL) to undertake the BEL audit for June 30, 2019. The following
information is additional to the Permanent File contents for SLD and BEL:
Siu, Love & Dixon (SDL) Chartered Accountants
• SDL agreed upon an appropriate audit fee to be charged to BEL for the audit for the year ended 30 June
2019 which is consistent with the level of work required to form an opinion.
• Arabella Lee’s father, Jason, sold his shares in BEL prior to the audit engagement being accepted by
SDL.
• As Cameron Mellifont had completed a temporary assignment at BEL during the year, it was decided he
will not be involved in the 30 June 2019 audit. SDL recently employed a new intermediate auditor,
Richard Butler, who has been assigned to take Cameron’s place on the BEL audit team. He has recently
moved to Brisbane from Adelaide, where he spent two and a half years in audit at a middle-tiered firm.
• Arabella Lee is aware that she must respect the confidentiality of information acquired as a result of
professional and business relationships.
Audit Client – Brookgrove Entertainment Ltd (BEL)
• Prior to the audit being accepted, BEL paid the outstanding business services fee to SDL for work
previously provided by Daniel Siu.
• A new independent member has been appointed to the Audit Committee and BEL are in compliance
with ASX’s Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations.
• BEL have agreed that SDL will have access to all Board minutes throughout the audit process as they
understand the importance of this for the auditors to gain sufficient appropriate audit evidence and for
SDL to provide a high quality audit.
• As Brendan Mills had anticipated, the potential court case that may have been initiated by a company
BEL were considering taking over, did not eventuate.
PLANNING THE AUDIT OF BEL 2019 (22%)
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To start the planning process, Lucy Anderson (Audit Engagement Manager), Matthew Croker (Senior
Auditor), Gerard Love (Audit Engagement Partner), and Bob Carroll (Audit Review Partner) had an initial
meeting with the CEO and CFO of BEL. They provide the audit team with the following information from
their meeting:
? Lucy has started the Current Audit File for BEL by setting up the work paper and worksheet templates
for the:
? Planning Meeting Work paper (AP1) – to be used in preparation for the audit team planning
‘brainstorming’ meeting
? Analytical, Materiality and Risk Work Paper (AP2)
? Analytical Review Worksheet (AP2.1)
? Materiality Calculation Worksheet (AP2.2)
? BEL Trial Balance Analysis and Audit Risks (AP2.3)
? Meeting notes taken at discussions with BEL Senior Management (ACM1.1)
Further details on the purpose of each of the work papers is provided below.
Your group has been assigned to work with Lucy’s audit team. Lucy, together with Matthew, Richard,
Arabella and your group (you are the new graduates) are about to start planning for the audit of BEL for
the year ending 30 June 2019. This is a new audit engagement for SLD. Lucy has advised your group that
any clarifications of the information provided should be addressed to herself or Matthew in the first
instance.
Client Meeting Notes ACM1.1 provides the notes from the meeting between Gerard, Bob, Lucy, Matthew,
Brendan and Genevieve discussing the key management assumptions and accounting treatment of the
items in the Trial Balance.
The AEP Gerard Love and ARP Bob Carroll have invited the whole audit team to a planning
‘brainstorming’ meeting to discuss:
? The potential audit risk areas and their impact on the BEL 2019 audit
? The potential strategy for the conduct of audit of BEL for 2019
? Performance Materiality issues and concerns
? Possible fraud or scepticism issues
As new graduates, Lucy has asked your group to work together to prepare the following audit
documentation for the audit planning “brainstorming’ meeting. Complete the documentation in the order
listed below. Lucy has agreed to provide additional information to the graduates if needed to clarify any
information provided.
AP2.3 -Trial Balance Analysis & Risks Worksheet
This is a supporting worksheet that provides audit planning details of all trial balance accounts for BEL
and shows the final June 2019 balances (actuals as processed) and the comparative full year audited
account balances for 30th June 2018.
• You will need to complete the trend analysis columns in this worksheet
• Determine an initial assessment of the overall risk of material misstatement at an account balance level
• Interpret the variance and percentage movement information
• Identify the impact on the audit plan for those account balances you deem most important to the audit
This worksheet includes determining the potential high level audit approach for BEL based on our
knowledge of the TB accounts in question. SLD must determine whether to use a lower assessed level of
control risk approach OR a predominantly substantive audit approach.
In completing the “High/Medium/Low Preliminary Assessment of Risk” column, you are determining an
initial assessment of the overall risk of material misstatement. You may like to consider Inherent Risk,
Control Risk and Detection Risk in your group discussions to arrive at the level of overall risk of material
misstatement.
This worksheet will assist your group to complete AP2 Analytical Review, Materiality and Risk work
paper and record the overall audit materiality from AP2.2 Materiality Calculation worksheet in Row 8 of
AP2.3 the Trial Balance worksheet.
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AP2.2- Materiality Calculation Worksheet
This worksheet will assist your group to calculate the overall materiality and the performance materiality
for BEL, by comparing the data from 2018 and 2019 from AP2.3 Trial Balance Worksheet. Each group
will need to discuss this information in the AP2 – Analytical Review, Materiality and Risk work paper.
This worksheet will assist your group to complete AP1 Planning Meeting work paper, AP2 Analytical
Review, Materiality and Risk work paper and AP2.3 Trial Balance worksheet.
AP2.1- Analytical Review Worksheet
This is the supporting worksheet for the Analytical Review, Materiality and Risk work paper. It will assist
the group to calculate and consider the ratios for the current year 2019 and compare with calculations of
the same ratios for the prior year 2018.
The group will need to use the Trial Balance figures to calculate the ratios and you are expected to use
Excel formulae to automatically link between the Trial Balance worksheet and the Analytical Review
worksheet.
You can insert a legend for your calculations if that assists you in analysing information.
This worksheet will assist your group to complete AP2 Analytical Review, Materiality and risk work
paper.
AP2 – Analytical Review, Materiality and Risk Work Paper
This work paper will summarise the findings from the analytical review, materiality and risks identified
from the Trial Balance worksheet.
Each group will need to bring forward a summary of the key concerns and impact of materiality from the
above worksheet analyses.
This worksheet will assist your group to complete AP1 Planning Meeting work paper.
AP1 – Planning Meeting Work Paper (Lead Schedule)
This work paper should include the key findings of your group’s brainstorming from all the information
provided and the completed work papers and worksheets. The focus of this work paper is to identify the
key impacts on the audit plan for BEL for the 2019 audit with sufficient detail for your group to present
and discuss at the audit planning team meeting. The group will need to consider all the other work papers
and worksheets in completing this work paper.
PEER EVALUATION OF GROUP PROCESSES – Completion of Survey, Meeting Minutes & Team
Contract (8%)
Each Student in the unit must individually complete the Group Project Peer Evaluation Survey under
Assessment Assessment Item 2: Group Project in the AYB301 Blackboard Site.
This online assessment is a required element of the group project assessment task and is summative in
nature (worth 5%). You will be required to answer a series of questions about how individual members of

Weight loss in people with dementia in aged care facility – Does nutritional supplement increase weight loss in people with dementia living in aged care facility?

Topics:
1. Weight loss in people with dementia in aged care facility – Does nutritional supplement increase weight
loss in people with dementia living in aged care facility?
2. Language Barrier
-Do picture boards increase communication with nurses and non-english speaking Australians living in
nursing home?
Student Name: Student ID:
Group: Date:
Type of Assessment
This summative assessment will enable your Assessor to make a judgement of competency based on the
submission of your completed assignments against the requirements of this unit of competency.
Assessor Instructions
The Assessment Benchmark developed for each unit of competency is the evidence criteria used to judge
the quality of performance (i.e. the assessment decision-making rules). Assessors must use these
benchmarks to make a judgement on whether competency has been achieved and to determine if the
participant has performed to the standard expected to meet the unit requirement and learning outcomes.
Competency results for each unit are recorded in the Record of Assessment Form.
Reasonable Adjustment
Think Education will allow flexibility in relation to the way in which each unit is delivered and assessed
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based on the student’s requirement. The following are the reasonable adjustments for this unit:
Trainer/Assessor must select which of the following is suitable for this unit and DELETE rows that are not
applicable
Reasonable Adjustment for this unit College Based On-Line Delivery
The assistance of a Learning Support Teacher for LLN issues
Modifications to physical environment, e.g. Wheelchair access
Changes to course design, e.g. Instead of written assessment task – change to verbal questioning &
assessor to write the answers
Changes in lecture schedules and arrangements, e.g. Relocating classes to an accessible venue
Modifications to computer equipment in the computer lab
Provision of information or course materials in accessible format, e.g. A textbook in braille
Supply of specialised equipment or services, e.g. A note taker for a student who cannot write
Assessment Coding
Assessment of this program of study is based on competency-based principles.
S = Satisfactory
NS = Not Satisfactory
Students who fail to perform satisfactorily for the assessment in the prescribed date may be assessed as
‘not satisfactory’. You are required to be assessed as ‘Satisfactory’ on completion of Assessments assigned
by your assessor for this unit of competency.
Re-assessment
Any re-assessment is conducted as soon as practicable after you have been informed of the requirement to
be re-assessed and have been given the opportunity to be re-trained and assimilate the training. You are reassessed in only the areas assessed NS. It is at the assessor/s discretion to re-assess the entire assessment
should it be demonstrated an overall understanding of this unit has not been achieved. Students that are
assessed ‘satisfactory’ after re-assessment of areas deemed NS will achieve competency for this
assignment.
I acknowledge the assessment process has been explained and agree to undertake the assessment. I am
aware of Think Education’s appeals process, should the need arise. I also understand that I must be
assessed as ‘satisfactory’ in all parts of the assessment to gain a competent result for this unit of
competency. I declare that the work contained in this assessment is my own, except where
acknowledgment of sources is made. I understand that a person found responsible for academic
misconduct will be subject to disciplinary action (refer to student handbook).
Student Signature:¬ __________________________ Date: ______
Assessor use only
Assessor Comment/Feedback: ¬ _________________
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Assessor Name: ____________________________ Assessor Signature:
_______________________________
Date: _________________ Result: Satisfactory/Not Satisfactory
Office use only:
Results entered by:
Date: Skills Centre:
ASSESSMENT: Written report – Research assignment – 2 topics
S/NS result given. Must attain a satisfactory result.
Assignment INSTRUCTIONS – Topics 1 & 2
• This assessment consists of two (2) research topics
o You must complete both topics – if you submit only one topic your assessment will be deemed not
satisfactory.
o Each topic asks the same questions.
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o You may choose a different topic for assignment 1, but your educator must agree with the topic you have
chosen prior to completing the assignment.
• Use the template provided.
• You must submit your posters/flyers at the same time you submit the two research topics on Blackboard.
Label each poster/flyer clearly so your name can be identified by the educator.
o E.g. CHCPOL003 Surname_Poster1
• Word count: no more than 2,000 words per assignment (no more than 4,000 words for the whole
assessment).
• Read topic 1 and topic 2 at the end of the first class.
• This assessment is to be done IN PAIRS. Educators will allocate the pairs.
• You will be assessed individually, for your submission of BOTH topics. Each student to submit their
assessment via Blackboard.
• Do not wait until the last minute to complete the assessment as this is a time-consuming assessment –
you should start as early as possible.
• You may use the PowerPoints for this unit and the learning activities to help you complete the
assessment.
• You are required to communicate verbally and/or in writing with your educator throughout the
assessment to ensure you understand the process and to clarify any areas of uncertainty.
• You are required to apply your Professional Standards of Practice throughout the assessment, the
framework for which included:
o NMBA Enrolled Nurse Standards for Practice
o NMBA Code of Ethics for Nurses
o NMBA Code of Professional Conduct for nurses
o Health Practitioner Regulation National Law Act (National Law)
o Scope of Nursing Practice Decision Making Framework
• You are also required to apply an appropriate research approach to nursing practice within the scope of
the Enrolled Nurse and use nursing research methodologies and resources appropriately.
• You will need to provide the exact number of words used at the end of the proposal.
o Word count does NOT include: The pre-existing templates, instructions and questions.
• You must use analytical processes throughout the assessment including: comparing, contrasting,
challenging and reflecting.
Research Topic 1
Infection control and prevention
(You may choose a different topic, but your educator must agree with the topic you have chosen.)
Topic 1 – Background
Read before starting your assignment
You are a new enrolled nurse working in a clinic located in a remote area. The clinic building is an older
structure and lacks the use of clinical and client information, such as posters. It has been identified that
many of the staff are efficient in their roles but have some out-of-date ideas in their nursing practice.
The clinic manager has asked you to research the most current information about a specific topic, such as:
Infection control
Plan the research activity
1. In order to complete this assessment, you need to identify TWO (2) areas related to the topic, where
research can help support and improve your own practice as an EN.
E.g topic: Infection control and prevention (or as agreed with your educator)
2. Identify the reason(s) for undertaking your research from the list below.
• You may select several reasons.
• Provide a brief rationale for each.
E.g reasons: Comparison / hypothesis testing / trend identification / own knowledge extension / strengthen
quality of own practice.
3. Write a clear statement highlighting your research question or hypothesis, e.g. “Is there a difference

Business Law Essay Question

Business Law Essay
Question
After years of saving money, Rebecca opened her own bakery which specialises in beautifully decorated
cupcakes which she planned to sell for $5 each. The official opening was going to be on Wednesday, but
on Tuesday, when visiting her mother in the nearby town, she ran into her friend Lucy who just opened her
own hairdressing salon. While they were chatting about their new businesses, Lucy mentioned that she
was planning to attend the opening of Rebecca’s bakery. Rebecca said to Lucy – ‘Great! I will give you a
box of cupcakes for free’. Lucy was really happy and said – ‘Thank you! I love cupcakes! I am running a
promotion to advertise my new salon so here are two vouchers for free haircuts at my new salon. Enjoy!’
On her way back from her mother’s place, Rebecca ran into her cousin Jack who owed her $500. She was
relieved to see him as she urgently needed the money he owed her to help pay for all the expenses
associated with opening the new bakery. She said – ‘Jack, if you pay me back the $500 you owe me, I will
give you a box of cupcakes when you come to the bakery opening tomorrow.’ Jack grudgingly replied –
‘Thank you for the offer’.
On the bus ride home, Rebecca sat next to a young lady named Steph. They started to chat and Rebecca
soon found out that Steph worked as a food critic working for the local newspaper. Before leaving the bus,
Rebecca said to Steph – ‘Please come to the opening of my new bakery. I want to make sure that this is the
biggest event in our little town and everyone is writing about it! I will give you a box of my cupcakes.’
Steph replied – Great! I will be sure to do that.’
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The following day, the bakery opening was an amazing success. It seems everyone in town turned up to
support Rebecca and it wasn’t long before she ran out of cupcakes. To make matters worse, Rebecca soon
spotted her cousin Jack amongst the crowds. Remembering their chat from the day before, Jack looked
very angry when Rebecca told him that she would not be able to give him any cupcakes.
Then, fearing that her friend Lucy would also be angry about the cupcake shortage, Rebecca called Lucy’s
mobile and left a message saying – ‘Hi Lucy. Due to the large number of guests at the opening, I’ve run
out of cupcakes! So sorry, but I won’t be able to give you that box of cupcakes after all!’
Later that night, an exhausted Steph finally arrived at the bakery. Upon seeing Rebecca, Steph said –
‘Congratulations on the new bakery! My bus trip down here took over an hour and I’m exhausted, but
seeing your gorgeous bakery has made it worth it!’. Rebecca responded – ‘Thank you for coming all this
way, but due to the large turnout, I ran out of cupcakes and will not be able to give you a box as
promised.’
With reference to legal rules and supporting cases we studied this term, analyse whether there is a valid
contract between: (a) Rebecca and Lucy; (6 marks); (b) Rebecca and Jack (7 marks); and finally, Rebecca
and Steph (7 marks)
HINT: Your answer should demonstrate your ability to analyse the facts in the question. Refer to the

Students are required to show the understanding of the principles and techniques of business research and statistical analysis taught in the course.

Applied Quantitative Methods
Assessment 2
Group Assignment
Students are required to show the understanding of the principles and techniques of
business research and statistical analysis taught in the course.
40 % of the total assessments
40
No more than 4000 words
Week 10
All work must be submitted on Blackboard by the due date along with a completed
Assignment Cover Page.
The assignment must be in MS Word format, no spacing, 12-pt Arial font and 2 cm
margins on all four sides of your page with appropriate section headings and page
numbers.
Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed appropriately
at the end in a reference list using Harvard referencing style.
Assignment Specifications
Purpose:
This assignment aims at Understand various qualitative and quantitative research methodologies and
techniques, and Other general purposes are:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Summarise numerical data and present it both by means of tables and charts
Be able to calculate and interpret descriptive summary measures
Develop simple regression models and interpret the regression coefficients
Understand basic probability concepts
Understand when to apply different distributions, their properties and how to calculate associated
probabilities
Assignment Structure should be as the following:
This is an applied assignment. Students have to show that they understand the principles and techniques
taught in this course. Therefore students are expected to show all the workings, and all problems must be
completed in the format taught in class, the lecture notes or prescribed text Any problems not done
in the prescribed format will not be marked, regardless of the ultimate correctness of the answer.
(Note: The questions and the necessary data are provided under -Assignment and Due date- in the
Blackboard.)
Instructions:
• Your assignment must be submitted in WORD format only!
• When answering questions, wherever required, you should copy/cut and paste the Excel output (e.g.,
plots, regression output etc) to show your working/output.
Submit your assignment through Safe-Assign in the course website, under the Assignments and due
dates, Assignment Final Submission before the due date.
You are required to keep an electronic copy of your submitted assignment to re-submit, in case the
original submission is failed and/or you are asked to resubmit.
Please check your email prior to reporting your assignment mark regularly for possible communications
due to failure in your submission.
Important Notice:
All assignments submitted undergo plagiarism checking; if found to have cheated, all involving

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Assessment type: Problem Based Scenario — individual report and presentation
Purpose: This assessment will allow students to demonstrate a Network design based on a real time
scenario. This assessment contributes to learning outcomes c and d.
Value: 30% (report 25%, presentation 5%)
Due Date: Week 11 (report), weeks 12 (presentations)
Topic: Network Design Report and Presentation
Submission requirements details: Report must be submitted on Moodle by Week 11 Sunday 11:55 pm.
Presentation in Tutorial classes in Week 12
Task details: You have been appointed as a Network System Administrator by the company XYZ in
Sydney to allocate public IP Version 4 (IPv4) addresses into 3 different locations, -2 remote offices
(Melbourne and Adelaide) and also one main office in Sydney-. The major task is to allocate the
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unreserved public IPv4 addresses to different offices.
Requirements:
Your network design need 4 subnets:
o
o
o
o
Subnet A (Sydney): It requires 63 IP addresses (60 for PCs and 2 for servers (Windows, Fax) and 1 for
router interface)
Subnet B (Melbourne): It requires 53 Ip addresses (50 for PCs and 2 for servers (DNS, Database) and
1 for router interface)
Subnet C (Adelaide): It requires 43 Ip addresses (40 for PCs and 2 for servers (Linux, Application)
Subnet D (Between two routers): It requires just 2 Ip addresses
You need to use routers and switches to make connection among devices and also between networks.
Each office has its own applications, but some applications require inter-department data transfer. All
workstations need internet access, company intranet access and also access to wireless network. You
need to come with design report and send it to your technical manager.
Report: The report must contain the following sections:
1. Introduction: Critical analysis of networking requirements
2. Local Area Network (LAN): Design and description of Local Area Network for all subnets which must
include:
Network topology: Discuss the reasons for choosing the particular network topology.
o
LAN design connections to the servers, connection to other subnets and also the internet.
o
o IP addresses: Find all network and host addresses including subnet masks according to the
requirements with using the private address with your choice.
3. Hardware: Provide a complete description of all interconnecting devices (switches, routers, hubs and
access points) and wiring used to build the network. Provide justification for your choice.
4. Conclusion: Comprehensive summary of the work done and recommendations.
Presentation: A five-minute presentation on the main contributions of the report is to be given in Week 12
tutorial time.
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ACC703 course is the MYOB assignment that is an individual assignment.

King’s Own Institute
ACC703 Accounting Information
Trimester 2, 2019
Individual Assignment (30% in total)
A major component of the ACC703 course is the MYOB assignment that is an individual assignment.
Your individual assignment will be assessed on three aspects of the assignment:
• MYOB Assignment: (18%);
• MYOB Work Activity Report: 1,000 words (5%);
• Prepare Job Claim Statement and Resume (5%); and
• Individual presentation based on MYOB assignment: (2%).
Students should report the progress of their MYOB assignment to tutors by showing the completed
chapters or parts of the MYOB assignment to the tutor each week. Final MYOB Assignment is due by
week 10.
MYOB Assignment (18%)
1. MYOB assignment text book is “Wendy Pabst & Brian Perrin (2019), Accounting With MYOB
Accountright Plus, 2nd Edition, Cengage Learning, Australia”
2. Please read the downloading and installing MYOB Software
3. Each chapter has Revision Exercise. Please Do not do Revision Exercise.
4. When you finish each chapter, please print the reports specified in the book , compare the results of the
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your printed reports and the results of reports of the book and sign at the bottom of each printed report as
an evidence of completing the comparison of two reports before starting the next chapter. If two results of
the reports are different, you should mark the different results on your printed reports, analyse the
difference and write down the possible reasons of the difference.
5. The assignment should include one title page and 9 chapter cover pages (chapter 2 to 10) in front of the
printed reports of each chapter, and be tied tightly by binding or using plastic folders. Please do not forget
to write your student number, name and course on the title page.
6. MYOB assignment is due by Week 10. Students submit both the paper-printed version and the USB
stick to contain 9 MYOB assignment files (*.myox) at the start of the lecture in week 10. If student does
not submit the USB to contain 9 MYOB (*myox)files, the printed version will not be accepted or 20%
penalty of total available mark will apply to the assignment.
7. When students submit the paper-printed version to the lecturer, the lecturer will ask validation questions
to the student to check whether the submitted MYOB assignment is the student own work or not.
8. In the past, we found that some students had copied other student’s work, changed name and format,
printed and submitted the printed version , or copied word outputs, changed name and converted to PDF
file. We remind you again that If we find the students who submits other students’ work with changed
name and format , we will take action against the students.
Common Mistake
One of the most common errors is to enter the date in correctly. Though the student does not have any
intension to enter the date in correctly it can happen. MYOB by default enters the today’s date. However
the accounting MYOB assignment has transaction dates which relates to future dates. So this is a trap for
the student and it is very likely that a wrong date is entered. Thus student should double check the date
before entering it in to the system.
Go to the DATE SETTING on your computer to see the format of the date. Ensure that this is in the
format DATE-MONTH-YEAR. If it is not in this format, then you should change the setting to this
format, or else remember that it is not in this format, before entering any information. A common problem
for students is assuming that the date setting on their computer will be DAY–MONTH–YEAR. However,
it may be set as MONTH–DAY-YEAR and finding that transactions attempting to be entered on 13/7/2009
will not be accepted, is the first students know that their computer is set to the date setting MONTH–DAYYEAR. At that stage there is no alternative but to start over again, losing all transactions entered. To set
your computer so that DATE-MONTH-YEAR date format are used for your transactions, go to Control
Panel and then to Regional and Language Options and change to DATE-MONTH-YEAR date format
To set your computer so that dollars are used for your transactions, go to Control Panel and then to
Regional and Language Options and change to DOLLAR (Australian) format.
Enter opening balances as positive numbers. Don’t, for example, enter your liability account balances as
negative numbers. Enter negative amounts only if accounts truly have negative balances. As a rule, these
will be asset accounts that record accumulated depreciation. For example you have to enter the opening
balance of the trial balance (page 28). The trial balance has two columns (debit and edit) The scree of
MYOB balance has one column. Please enter -275, -4,410, -3,830, -11,940 in asset category and also enter
-3,790 -21,500 in liability category.
When you creating Purchase or Sales invoices in MYOB, there is a tick box asking you whether the
invoice is Inc. or Exc. GST, also when loading in price for products. It is another common mistake for
students to forget to tick or untick the in the tick box, based on the information of the book.
You have entered an invoice twice in MYOB and closed both of them. You need to find out how to delete
one of them, You are finding it difficult because it’s already closed. Have to delete the payment that closed
the invoice first. If you are looking at the invoice click on history then delete the line entry that has the
payment that closed the invoice. Once you delete the payment, you will be able to delete the invoice.
The textbook was published in 2015, and the payroll year is 2018. If tax withheld amount is different to
the textbook, you may manually change the tax withheld amount. It won’t happen in the real world, as we
subscribe the MYOB, the latest tax table will be uploaded automatically. If you get the error message
when loading tax tables in Chapter 9 Payroll, you can download the attached file, ‘pay2myob.bin’ in
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moodle. Click OK on the error message window and select the file from your ‘Downloads’ folder.
Your tutors will activate your company file in week 5 once you complete chapter 4. Before you copy the
chapter 4 file to start chapter 5, ask tutors for the serial number. Then the ‘chapter 4’ will be activated, and
the copied files (chapter 5 – chapter10) will be automatically activated. Your chapter 2&3 files are not
activated. After 30 days, you are not able to change, but you can still open the file as ‘read only’. Do not
activate your chapter 2&3 files as we will waste serial numbers.
MYOB Rubric (18% in Total)
Criteria: How to perform Unsatisfactory Satisfactory Effective Excellent Exceptional %
Fail Pass Credit Distinction High Distinction
Company setup, including changing company information and the chart of accounts:
• Create a new company file
• Set up and link accounts
• Enter account opening balances
• Reports using other option Student work does not demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how
to perform (more than 10 errors) Student work demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (6-10 errors) Student work demonstrates an effective developed understanding of how to perform
(3-5 errors) Student work demonstrates a proficient developed understanding of how to perform (1-2
errors) Student work demonstrates an advanced developed understanding of how to perform (no errors) 2
General Ledger Set-up and General Journal Entries
• Initial bank reconciliation
• General journal transaction
• Understanding GST
• Reports using menu bar Student work does not demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (more than 10 errors) Student work demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (6-10 errors) Student work demonstrates an effective developed understanding of how to perform
(3-5 errors) Student work demonstrates a proficient developed understanding of how to perform (1-2
errors) Student work demonstrates an advanced developed understanding of how to perform (no errors) 2
Purchase (Accounts Payable)
• Setup supplier and enter opening balance
• Set-up inventory items
• Purchase transaction
• Bill with discount
• Adjustment note
• Pay supplier
• Cash purchase
• Purchase register Student work does not demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (more than 10 errors) Student work demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (6-10 errors) Student work demonstrates an effective developed understanding of how to perform
(3-5 errors) Student work demonstrates a proficient developed understanding of how to perform (1-2
errors) Student work demonstrates an advanced developed understanding of how to perform (no errors) 2
Sales (Accounts Receivable)
• Set up customer and opening balance
• Sales transaction
• Received payment
• Cash sales
• Adjustment note
• Part payment received Student work does not demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (more than 10 errors)) Student work demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (6-10 errors) Student work demonstrates an effective developed understanding of how to perform
(3-5 errors) Student work demonstrates a proficient developed understanding of how to perform (1-2
errors) Student work demonstrates an advanced developed understanding of how to perform (no errors) 2
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Banking
• Spend, receive and transfer money
• Pay BAS liability
• Petty cash and credit card
• Bank register
• Bank reconciliation Student work does not demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (more than 10 errors) Student work demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (6-10 errors) Student work demonstrates an effective developed understanding of how to perform
(3-5errors) Student work demonstrates a proficient developed understanding of how to perform (1-2
errors) Student work demonstrates an advanced developed understanding of how to perform (no errors) 2
Inventory
• Set up inventory items
• Enter inventory opening balance
• Inventory transaction
• Auto build inventory items
• End of period stock taking Student work does not demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how
to perform (more than 10 errors) Student work demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (6-10 errors) Student work demonstrates an effective developed understanding of how to perform
(3-5 errors) Student work demonstrates a proficient developed understanding of how to perform (1-2
errors) Student work demonstrates an advanced developed understanding of how to perform (no errors) 2
Integration
• Monthly sales budgets: transactions
• Addition information: Bank reconciliation
• Prepare Business Activity Statement
• Business insights Student work does not demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (more than 10 errors) Student work demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (6-10 errors) Student work demonstrates an effective developed understanding of how to perform
(3-5 errors) Student work demonstrates a proficient developed understanding of how to perform (1-2
errors) Student work demonstrates an advanced developed understanding of how to perform (no errors) 2
Payroll
• Set up payroll
• Assign linked accounts for payroll transactions
• Payroll transactions
• Build employee list Student work does not demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (more than 10 errors) Student work demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to
perform (6-10 errors) Student work demonstrates an effective developed understanding of how to perform
(3-5 errors) Student work demonstrates a proficient developed understanding of how to perform (1-2
errors) Student work demonstrates an advanced developed understanding of how to perform (no errors) 2
Time Billing and Job Costing
• Set up customer and Supplier cards
• Set up employee cards and enter billing rate
• Time billing activities
• Setting time billing and job
• Time billing and job costing
• Activity slips and log
• Record supplier bills
• Time billing invoices
• Pay employees Student work does not demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to perform
(more than 10 errors) Student work demonstrates a basic developed understanding of how to perform (6-
10 errors) Student work demonstrates an effective developed understanding of how to perform (3-5 errors)
Student work demonstrates a proficient developed understanding of how to perform (1-2 errors) Student
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work demonstrates an advanced developed understanding of how to perform (no errors) 2
MYOB Work Activity Report (5%)
You have to provide an individual work report on how you have worked to produce your MYOB
assignment. Major part of your individual report is to practice “Audit Around the Computer Approach”
and to prepare report. “Audit Around the Computer approach” is more often known as black box audit
approach as shown below:
In your MYOB assignment, you enter input data in to the MYOB software based on the source documents
(input) of the book, print the outputs (the reports) generated by MYOB software and then compare the
printed outputs with the outputs of the book. If two results of the two reports are different, you should
reconcile the different results
Periodic information such as starting, ending and printing dates of each chapter entries must be inserted
into the correct section in chronological order, including causes and solutions of the problems. Particularly
when you finish each chapter, please print the reports specified in the book and compare the results of the
your printed reports and the results of reports of the book . If two results of the two reports are different,
you should reconcile the different results on your printed reports and write down the possible reasons in
your report.
The final report should use an appropriate business report format and should include a detailed description
on (Times new Roman 12 point):
a. progress based on time spent on each chapter;
b. any issues or problems that have occurred or been managed in each chapter, including details of what
the issues or problems (if there are difference between two results of the report produced by you and the
report of the book, analyse the difference and write down the possible reasons of the differenc), how have
been dealt with them and what have been done to fix the issue or the problems (how to reconcile the
difference).
c. your achievement in your MYOB assignment
d. what work is planned for the next 3 months in getting MYOB related accounting job.
MYOB Work Activity Report (5% in Total)
Criteria Unsatisfactory Satisfactory Effective Excellent Exceptional %
Fail Pass Credit Distinction High Distinction
Amount of issues/problem One or two important issues/problems are identified A few important
issues/problems are identified Some important issues/problems are identified Majority of important
issues/problems are identified All important issues/problems are identified 1
Explanation of issues/problem Issue/problem is stated arbitrarily Issue/problem is stated without
clarification or description. Issue is stated and clarified with some ambiguities, and/or backgrounds
unknown. Issue/problem is stated, described, and clarified so that understanding is not seriously impeded.
Issue/problem is stated clearly and described comprehensively 1
Analysis Analysis is arbitrary Analysis is vague and not evident. Analysis is accurate
but not evident Analysis is through
and evident Analysis is in depth and evident 1
Solution Solutions is arbitrary Solutions not based on analysis and not based on evidence/sound methods
Solutions based on analysis but not based on evidence/sound methods Solutions based on analysis and
evidence/sound methods but can not fix the problems Solutions based on analysis and evidence/sound
methods and fix the problems. 1
Achievement and Future Plan Student does not addresses either what achieved or how learned, and what’s
next regarding mastering MYOB Student addresses either what achieved or how learned, but does not
address what is next with regard to mastering MYOB Student addresses what achieved and how achieved,
but does not address what is next with regard to mastering MYOB Student addresses what achieved, how
achieved , and what is next with regard to mastering MYOB clearly Student addresses what achieved, how
achieved , and what is next with regard to mastering MYOB clearly 1
JOB Claim Statement (5%)
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The following document are required and attached :
1. Printed job advertisement you applied for;
2. Job claim statement (Job Claim Statement is different from Job Application Cover Letter.)
3. Resume
4. Confirmation email from your applied JOB advertiser
Find the job advertisement related to MYOB from www.seek.com.au, www.careerone.com.au or
www.gumtree.com.au . The advertisement will provide an overview of the position, information on how to
apply and a closing date for applications. You may contact the employer and get the position description to
contain a more in depth description of the position and to include details of the selection criteria required
to successfully undertake the position.
After analyzing the job advertisement, prepare the job claim statements of no more than three pages
outlining your motivation and suitability for the role, addressing the selection criteria individually.
Addressing the selection criteria provides you with an opportunity to demonstrate your key strengths by
providing examples from past experiences to show how you meet the requirements of the position.
Make sure you individually address each criterion, carefully reading each one and breaking it down into
parts ensuring you address each aspect thoroughly. The most important aspect of addressing selection
criteria is to provide evidence through relevant examples. Support your claims with actual, specific
examples of what you have done and how well you did it. One way to do this is to use the STAR model:
1. Situation: Outline a specific circumstance where you developed the particular experience or used the
required skills or qualities. Set the context of the situation.
2. Task: What was your role? What did you have to do?
3. Action: What did you do and how did you do it?
4. Result: What did you achieve? What were the results of what you did?
Tips
1. use clear language with specific and relevant examples from your current or past employment (paid or
unpaid), study, extra-curricular activities or other experience.
2. quantify your experience or skills if you can, e.g. ‘three years experience in creating monthly budgets
using Microsoft Excel.’
3. if an example applies to a number of selection criteria, include it under each separate criterion.
4. remember you are limited to a maximum of 500 words for each selection criterion
Example
Here is an example to address selection criteria.
Demonstrated capacity to communicate effectively
‘My ability to communicate effectively with a range of people was demonstrated in my position as
receptionist with the organisation. I dealt with members of the general public, officers from the local
council and government departments, and representatives from private businesses on a daily basis.
I communicated with these people face to face, over the phone and through use of email. As I was the first
point of contact for the organisation it was very important that I was professional, courteous and helpful in
my interactions. In recognition of my positive interpersonal skills my temporary position was extended for
nine months beyond my initial contract.’
Preparing your resume / curriculum vitae: your resume (also known as curriculum vitae or CV) is a
snapshot summarising your qualifications, experience, skills, qualities and key accomplishments /
achievements. A resume needs to be clear, concise and neatly organised with content relevant to the role
you are applying for.
JOB Claim Statement (5% in Total)
Criteria Unsatisfactory Satisfactory Effective Excellent Exceptional %
Fail Pass Credit Distinction High Distinction
Documentation Job claim statement is less than one page
Job claim statement
Job claim statement
Resume Job claim statement
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Resume
Confirmation email Job advertisement
Job claim statement
Resume
Confirmation email 1
Resume Only one or two aspects of the resume apply to the advertised
Job A few aspects of the resume apply to the advertised
Job Half of the resume applies to the job Most of the resume applies directly to the
job. All aspects of the resume applies directly to the
job 1
Job Claim Statement Outline motivation and suitability for the role and address one or two selection
criteria individually Outline motivation and suitability for the role and address a few selection criteria
individually Outline motivation and suitability for the role and address some selection criteria individually
Outline motivation and suitability for the role and address most selection criteria individually Outline
motivation and suitability for the role and address all selection criteria individually 2
Professional Format Job claim statement and resume are viewed as not acceptable. Job claim statement
and resume are viewed as adequate Job claim statement and resume are viewed as effective Job claim
statement and resume are viewed as professional Job claim statement and resume are viewed as extremely
professional 1
Individual Presentation (2%)
Presentation marks will be based on individual student performance at the presentation of your MYOB
assignment based on the MYOB Work Activity in weeks 11 and 12 tutorials. If any student does not attend
their presentation, the student will not get presentation marks unless a medical certificate has been
provided.
Presentation Rubric (2% in Total)
Criteria Unsatisfactory Satisfactory Effective Excellent Exceptional %
Fail Pass Credit Distinction High Distinction
Organisation Not Applicable Presentation is not smooth and audience attention lost because there is little
sequence of information. Audience has difficulty
following presentation
because some of the
information is not in
logical sequence. Student presents information in logical sequence which audience can follow. Student
shows enthusiasm and presents information in logical, interesting sequence which engages the audience.
0.5
Content Not Applicable Some information is not accurate, not sufficient information Accurate
information, not sufficient information Accurate information, sufficient information Accurate and in depth
information, sufficient amount of information 0.5
Audience Interaction Not Applicable Student just reads
presentation with no eye contact or no use of appropriate gestures Student primarily
reads presentation,
occasionally
uses eye contact and uses appropriate
gestures. Student maintains
eye contact and uses appropriate gestures while often referring to notes. Student maintains
eye contact and uses appropriate
gestures while seldom returning to notes. 0.5
Communication & Time Management Not Applicable Student mumbles, and speaks too quietly for
students in the back of class to hear and/or the presentation was too brief or too long. Student’s voice is
low. Audience members have difficulty hearing presentation and/or the presentation was somewhat short
or somewhat long. Student’s voice is clear. Most audience members can hear presentation. The
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presentation was of the proper duration. Student uses a clear voice and correct, precise terms so that all
audience members can hear presentation. The presentation was of the proper duration. 0.5
Downloading and installing MYOB Software
The URL and serial numbers provided in the MYOB textbook (Accounting with MYOB AccountRight
Plus) are not valid.
? The student edition of the MYOB software is Windows based and is available as a free download from
the following URL:
https://drive.google.com/a/koi.edu.au/file/d/1ej7rN8NX5J8Z5cBOmupdw4Ejp1ltV1P0/view?
usp=drive_web
? Download the MYOB 2017.2.zip file, then save the file in your computer
? Once downloaded, open 2017.2 folder, and run MYOB_AccountRight application
? Accept the T&C, and Install the program.
? Once installed, you can see the icon on your desktop.
Open MYOB and click [Create a Company File] – the screenshot is based on version 2016.2.2.
We will be using version 2017.2
Company information
? Serial Number: to be given by tutor in week 5 (Do not activate your file until you finish chapter 4)
? Company Name: Your Name (on your student ID)
? A.B.N (11 digits): 319 + Your Student Number
? Address: Your Address or 1/31 Market St Sydney NSW 2000
? Phone Number: Your mobile phone number
? Fax Number: Leave it blank
? Email Address: Your student email
Company Information
? Current Financial Year: 2020
? Last month of Financial Year: June
? Conversion Month: May
Accounts List Options
Accounts List Selection
Select ‘Retail’ from the drop down box
Create your company file
The default saves it to [My Library] on C drive
You need to keep your my file on your USB. (to be explained)
But It is complicated to change default location on your computer.
Save in [My Library] first.
Then click [Create Company File]
Conclusion
Activate your company file
Select ‘Activate Later’. Tutors will activate your company file in week 5
Conclusion
Congratulations! You successfully installed MYOB software.
From now on Follow the instruction on the textbook. (from page 19)
Backup File
When you finish each chapter (or you close software in the middle), you need to back up your file in your
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USB, as your file is currently in [MY LIBRARY]. Please remember when you open your MYOB file, it is
added to [My Library], and all new transactions are recorded in the added file in [My Library]. Backup
procedure is a bit complicated as you will be doing assignments both at home and in tutorial classes. All
documents in [My Library] of KOI computer labs are deleted weekly. Do not ask IT teams to find your
files.
Close MYOB software When you close MYOB software, Back up screen will be showing.
Click [No], and Go to Liabraries Documents MYOB My AccountRight Files
? Your MYOB File is currently saved in [My Library].
? Go to Liabraries Documents MYOB My AccountRight Files
? Copy the file from My Library, and paste in your USB Drive
? Rename your MYOB file to Your Name_Chapter 2.myox
Starting a new chapter
ADD the previous company file. For example, when you start Chapter 3, open the file
‘Yourname_Chapter2.myox’.
Once you finish a chapter, change the company file name in [My Library] folder and move it to your USB.
You are required to keep separate backup files for each chapter. After you finish your assignment, you
should have 9 files. If you lose a MYOB backup file in the real world, you will lose your job.
NO EXCUSE!!! KEEP YOUR FILES
Make sure you are required to submit the reports for each chapter with chapter cover page.
Also, you need to submit your ‘WORK ACTIVITY REPORT’ with backup files. Backup files will be