Assessment 4 Reflective Portfolio Due date Pattern A – Thursday 13th June, 1700hrs. Type of Collaboration Individual assessment Length 1500 words (three 500 word reflections)

Main question:
Assessment 4 Reflective Portfolio Due date Pattern A – Thursday 13th June, 1700hrs.
Type of Collaboration Individual assessment Length 1500 words (three 500 word reflections)
Details: You are to complete a professional portfolio that demonstrates your learning during your
workplace experience (WPE) placement.
The portfolio can be completed using any materials or software and must be submitted in a PDF format.
You are to consider how 10 days of learning in the clinical environment has contributed to your
knowledge and understanding of nursing practice.
The professional portfolio is to have the following headings:
Introduction: You are to provide a short overview of the professional portfolio in this section and outline
the care environment where you undertook your WPE placement.
Student Led Conversation Form :
This section is to have a copy of your completed student led conversation form.
Individual Learning Goals:
This section is to include a copy of the Individual Learning Goals template in the WPE Assessment Tool.
This includes a description of how you did/did not achieve your learning goals.
Summative ANSAT Assessment:
This section is to have a copy of your completed Summative ANSAT assessment.
Reflective Professional Portfolio:
Reflect on your learning during your WPE placement and share this learning using a creative
representation (for example poetry, words, wordle, tagexdo, drawing, collage, pictures, cards or
colours).
During the construction of your creative representation consider the following questions:
1. Consider your practice experience against your values/virtues?
2. Consider what you did well during your placement? ( I am a first year student 1st semester)
3. Consider an area for improvement you could focus on for your future WPE placements? Using your
creative representation as a guide and examples from your practice, write three 500 word reflections,
one for each of the following:
1. Reflecting on the RN Standards for Practice (2016) Standard 4, Comprehensively conducts
assessment and its related elements, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 and 4.4, consider how you have met this standard.
2. Considering the Person-centred Practice Framework (2017) – pre-requisite – clarifying beliefs and
values, describe how clarifying your values/virtues in SNUG101(Respect, team work, deligence,
equality) and SNUG104(work experience) has influenced your nursing practice during your WPE
placement.
3. How did your overall learning in Autumn session 2019 (tutorials, simulated nursing tutorials and
online) prepare you to participate in your WPE placement?

BSBHRM506 Unit Title: Manage recruitment, selection and induction processes

Module 4
Term and Year: Term 2 2019
Qualification : BSB50215 Diploma of Business
Unit Code: BSBHRM506
Unit Title: Manage recruitment, selection and induction processes
Assessment : Task 1 Case demonstration/ observation
Task 2 Presentation of United Healthcare induction program for new recruits
Student Name:
Student ID No:
Assessor’s Name: Mr Michal Tomcik/ Mr Andrey Loburets
Student Declaration: I declare that this work has been completed by me honestly and with integrity. I
understand that the Elite Education Vocation Institute’s Student Assessment, Reassessment and
Repeating Units of Competency Guidelines apply to these assessment tasks.
Student Name:
Student Signature:
Date:
Assessment submission (new) requirements
Please save this file as PDF format(include your name to the filename) before uploading onto Moodle.
Assessment deadlines penalty
It is expected that unless a simple extension, special consideration or disability services adjustment has
been granted, candidates will submit all assessments for a unit of study on the specified due date. If the
assessment is completed or submitted within the period of extension, no academic penalty will be
applied to that piece of assessment.
If an extension is either not sought, not granted or is granted but work is submitted after the extended
due date, the late submission of assessment will result in a late penalty fee. For further information,
please refer to the Assessment Policy.
Assessment/evidence gathering conditions
Each assessment component is recorded as either Satisfactory(S) or Not Yet Satisfactory(NYS). A
student can only achieve competence when all assessment components listed under procedures and
specifications of the assessment section are Satisfactory. Your trainer will give you feedback after the
completion of each assessment. A student who is assessed as NYS is eligible for re-assessment.
Should the student fail to submit the assessment, a result outcome of Did Not Submit (DNS) will berecorded.
Principles of Assessment
Based on Clauses 1.8 – 1.12 from the Australian Standards Quality Assurance’s (ASQA) Standards for
Registered Training Organizations (RTO) 2015, the learner would be assessed based on the following
principles:
Fairness – (1) the individual learner’s needs are considered in the assessment process, (2) where
appropriate, reasonable adjustments are applied by the RTO to take into account the individual leaner’s
needs and, (3) the RTO informs the leaner about the assessment process, and provides the learner with
the opportunity to challenge the result of the assessment and be reassessed if necessary.
Flexibility – assessment is flexible to the individual learner by; (1) reflecting the learner’s needs, (2)
assessing competencies held by the learner no matter how or where they have been acquired and, (3)
the unit of competency and associated assessment requirements, and the individual.
Validity – (1) requires that assessment against the unit/s of competency and the associated assessment
requirements covers the broad range of skills and knowledge, (2) assessment of knowledge and skills is
integrated with their practical application, (3) assessment to be based on evidence that demonstrates
that a leaner could demonstrate these skills and knowledge in other similar situations and, (4)
judgement of competence is based on evidence of learner performance that is aligned to the unit/s of
competency and associated assessment requirements.
Reliability – evidence presented for assessment is consistently interpreted and assessment results are
comparable irrespective of the assessor conducting the assessment
Rules of Evidence
Validity – the assessor is assured that the learner has the skills, knowledge and attributes, as described
in the module of unit of competency and associated assessment requirements.
Sufficiency – the assessor is assured that the quality, quantity and relevance of the assessment
evidence enables a judgement to be made of a learner’s competency.
Authenticity – the assessor is assured that the evidence presented for assessment is the learner’s own
work. This would mean that any form of plagiarism or copying of other’s work may not be permitted and
would be deemed strictly as a ‘Not Yet Competent’ grading.
Currency – the assessor is assured that the assessment evidence demonstrates current competency.
This requires the assessment evidence to be from the present or the very recent past.
Resources required for this Assessment
• All documents must be created using Microsoft Office suites i.e., MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint
• Upon completion, ensure that you have completed your coversheet details, i.e. your name, student ID
and signature. If these details are not present, the assessment would need to be resubmitted again.
• The document is then required to be converted to PDF and uploaded to the student learning
management system for assessment.
• Refer the notes on eLearning to answer the tasks or any additional material will be provided by
Trainer.
Instructions for Students
Please read the following instructions carefully
• This assessment is to be completed according to the instructions given by your assessor.
• Students are allowed to take this assessment home.
• Feedback on each task will be provided to enable you to determine how your work could be improved.
You will be provided with feedback on your work within 2 weeks of the assessment due date.

Since your work gathering business requirements for their Learning Management System the owners have released their strategic plan which in summary contains:

Assessment Task 1:
Assessment Task Project & Report
Outcomes Assessed Performance Criteria:
1.1,1.2,1.3, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3
Addresses some elements of performance evidence and knowledge evidence as shown in the
Assessment Matrix
Scenario:
Since your work gathering business requirements for their Learning Management System the owners
have released their strategic plan which in summary contains:
• Offering their complete range of courses nationally through the implementation of a highly
collaborative online teaching environment
• Increase their student base to 2,000 through use of this environment
• Provide world class teaching and learning resources for their online courses through the acquisition of
third party materials and modules
Part A:
• Develop a report regarding the impact of IT developments by comparing information related to current
operational practices and strategic plan to determine possible IT caps and improvement opportunities.
• Compare and document advantages and disadvantages of the current and proposed IT system
• Determine required changes, the objectives and implications of introducing changes and submit your
findings to the client (your instructor) for feedback
Part B:
For this task you are required to develop action plans for the changes proposed in Assessment Part A.
Your action plans should take account of relevant considerations such as financial, legal, human
relations and internal and external operating environments.
Document your action plans ensuring that standards, targets and implementation methods are detailed.
Assessment Criteria:
Part A:
• Investigate any impact of IT developments
• Compare information related to current operational practices and strategic plans to determine
improvement processes
• Compare existing systems ability to achieve expected increase
• Identify more appropriate system (either to be developed or one already commercially available)
• Compare advantages of current and proposed system
• Compare disadvantages of current and proposed system
• Identify costs for developing / acquiring and implementing new system
• Identify any associated risks, and mitigation options

o Strategic Communication Practices – research essay

o Strategic Communication Practices – research essay
Write a 1200-word essay on the following topic.
“If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” – Benjamin Franklin wrote about the time of the American
Revolution.
In this course, we have examined a strategic communication planning system used around the world.
However, it has its critics. “I have never seen a strategy plan fail in the board room. (They usually fail in
the field,)” a senior strategic communicator said a few years ago, dismissing the value of strategic
communication planning.
In a media environment where things can and will change by the second, can we still rely on a
communication strategy to raise awareness, bring acceptance or deliver results?
Students need to provide a critical survey of Mahoney or Smith’s approach to strategic communication
planning. They need to reference case studies that demonstrate their arguments.
Students should look at the following books that provide direct or indirect criticisms of Mahoney.
Rumelt, Richard. Good Strategy/Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why It Matters. 2011.
Naim, Moises. End of Power From Boardrooms to Battlefields and Churches to States, Why Being In
Charge Isn’t What It Used to Be. Boulder: Basic, 2014. Web.
Mele, Nicco. End of Big : How the Internet Makes David the New Goliath. 2013. Web.
You may also reference: Hytner, Richard. -Consiglieri: Leading from the Shadows.- 2014.
Essays must be properly referenced with a full bibliography containing at least seven books or articles.
Essay due on Tuesday, 1 June 2019 at 11.59 pm.

Project 2 Brian Ellis, aged 57, has been driving for a taxi company for 14 years. He considers that he is a competent driver.

Project 2
Brian Ellis, aged 57, has been driving for a taxi company for 14 years. He considers that he is a
competent driver.
He has not been involved in any major accidents and believes that his trip times reflect efficiency and
good driving skills.
However, the company recently conducted a client satisfaction survey. The results of the survey showed
that the clients who responded felt uncomfortable with the speed and potential danger of Brian’s driving.
Brian is unlikely to accept his driving skills need to be changed and he needs to learn new skills. How
would you, as a manager, deal with a situation like this?
Although Brian is a long-term employee, the survey demonstrates a poor level of customer service skill.
How would you approach this problem and what learning and development activities and materials
could you possibly recommend? As his manager, how will you support Brian to make the necessary
changes?
Also consider aspects of business operations, such as:
anti-discrimination legislation
ethical principles
codes of practice
health and safety

Project 1 You can choose to base this project on an actual workplace such as your current or previous workplace, or you can complete the project hypothetically.

Project 1
You can choose to base this project on an actual workplace such as your current or previous workplace,
or you can complete the project hypothetically.
Your CEO is keen to make your organisation a learning organisation and has identified a range of
priorities where they think improvements can be made. As a manager it is now your responsibility to
take those organisational priorities and translate them into productivity improvements. You will need to
create a training plan to be submitted to the CEO for approval. The plan should cover:
Identify training needs
Identify the top three priority learning and development needs of the organisation.
Identify the top priority learning and development needs of your team.
Document the specific goals and objectives of your intended learning and development program.
Determine the learning plan
Describe how you will collaboratively develop and get agreement on a learning plan.
List the learning delivery methods you want to use and explain why they are appropriate to the learning
goals, and the learning style of participants.
Document the timeline and budget for the training.
List the equipment and resources required for the training.
Evaluate the result of the training
Document how you will determine whether the training achieved its goals.
Describe how you will record the resulting performance of the training participants.
List the tools you will use to encourage individuals to self-evaluate their performance after having
attended the training.
List the records of this training that you will keep and explain why

ECON 802: THE ECONOMICS OF GLOBAL BUSINESS CHALLENGES CASE STUDY ANALYSIS

ECON 802: THE ECONOMICS OF GLOBAL BUSINESS CHALLENGES
CASE STUDY ANALYSIS # 1
Karen: Math Teacher or Business Girl?
Important ? Please keep in mind to avoid disappointment
A Business Report is a very important document where you have to show not only your knowledge but
also your capacity to follow instructions to the letter. It is imperative that you take into account each and
every detail provided in the following statement.
1. Statement of the Case Study
Karen is a young math teacher, but a year ago she decided to take a year’s leave without pay to start a
new business. Karen became the owner of a coffee shop with ten brand new coffee machines (total cost
$100,000). She knew that starting a new business was a risky decision and she expected a
remuneration of $15,000 for risk-taking. Her salary as a teacher was $80,000 per year. Karen had some
savings in the bank earning an interest of 10 per cent a year. She withdrew $100,000 from her savings
account to buy the coffee machines. Karen hired five university students to help her, paying an
aggregate annual salary of $90,000. She spent $125,000 on coffee beans and $20,000 on other
expenditures (electricity, cleaning, etc.).
At the end of the year the resale value of the ten coffee machines was $50,000. This drastic reduction in
the resale value of the coffee machines did not take her by surprise because she was perfectly aware
that producers of coffee machines actively compete through innovation, and consequently, depreciation
due to creative destruction cannot be ignored. She also knew that the standard accounting practice is to
depreciate equipment at the rate of 15 per cent a year. The coffee shop was located at a university
campus with high number of students and strong competition from inside and outside the university. The
prevailing price was $4.00 per cup of coffee and she knew that she could sell any quantity of coffee at
this price. A previous coffee shop owner tried to sell coffee at $4.05 per cup but went out of business
because he was able to sell only a minuscule number of coffee cups. Karen operated at full capacity
and was able to sell a total of 500,000 coffees at $4.00 each. The coffee was sold in environmentally
friendly cups costing a total of $65,000. Things were so well that Karen took out from the firm $30,000
to buy a fancy Mini Cooper.
A friend of Karen was an undergraduate business student who told her that for her business to be
worthwhile she should be making at least normal profit. He also told her that if she wanted to go back to
her job sunk costs should not be overlooked. But he did surface learning and did not remember the
meaning of that. At the end of the year, Karen was curious about the profit she made last year andconsulted an accountant and an economist. She provided all the above mentioned information to the
accountant and the economist. To her surprise, they come up with different values for the total profit
before tax. This was very disturbing and confusing for Karen and she decided to consult an ECON 802
student to organize her thinking. Karen decided that she will leave the industry unless she made
abnormal profits last year.
Important (Please keep in mind to avoid disappointment)
A Business Report is a very important document. You must address the tasks with the maximum
attention and take this assignment very seriously. Untidy Business Reports imply lack of interest in your
assignment. You must identify each task in your Business Report according to the instructions that can
be found in the Compulsory Format. It is a serious mistake not to do so. Failure to identify the tasks or
follow the other requirements explicit in the Compulsory Format will result in a reduction of your total
mark, depending on the number of tasks not identified or omissions incurred. Minimum penalty ten (10)
marks. Do not squander marks.
2. Your tasks
You have to write a Business Report where you address the following four (4) tasks:
Task 1: What is the dollar value of the normal profit in this case study? (Fill in the blank in Table 1).
Concept Dollar value
Normal profit $
Table 1
(Computations to arrive at the required result must be in the Appendix)
Task 2: Profit figure that the accountant arrived at (Fill in the blank in Table 2).
Concept Dollar value
Accounting profit $
Table 2
(Computations to arrive at the required result must be in the Appendix)
Task 3: Profit figure that the economist arrived at (Fill in the blank in Table 3).
Concept Dollar value
Economic profit $
Table 3
(Computations to arrive at the required result must be in the Appendix)
Task 4: Whether or not it is a good idea for Karen to remain in business assuming that all the
information provided in this case study will be exactly the same next year. Explain carefully.
Important (Please keep in mind to avoid disappointment)
? Tidy Presentation Required
A Business Report is a very important document. You must address the tasks with the maximum
attention and take this assignment very seriously. Untidy Business Reports imply lack of interest in your
assignment.
? Identifying Tasks
You must identify each Task in your Business Report. This means that you have to state (like a subheading) each Task immediately it before the paragraph/s developing it. For example,
“Task 9
To develop this task, I will use … “
Failure to identify the tasks or follow the other requirements explicit in the Compulsory Format will result

MAN303 Subject Name: Entrepreneurship and Innovation Assessment Title: Assessment 3: Business Plan and ‘Pitch’

Assessment Information
Subject Code: MAN303
Subject Name: Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Assessment Title: Assessment 3: Business Plan and ‘Pitch’
Weighting: 40%
Total Marks: 40
Word Limit: 1500 words
Submission: Via Turnitin
Due Date Week 12 (Business pitch in class); Week 13 (Business Plan)
This Assessment Task will address the following Learning Outcomes:
LO2: Develop a comprehensive and well-structured business plan for a new venture.
LO3: Construct a persuasive business plan to potential investors or to internal stakeholders and
effectively answer probing questions on the substance of the plan
LO4: Analyse which business metrics matter and how you expect to perform according to them.
Assessment Description
You are required to read the following transcript between the three owners and investors and prepare a
Business Plan based on the information provided. You will also be required to:
• Come up with a name for the game and a description
• Conduct additional market research as mentioned in the transcript (e.g., statistics, marketing
strategies, etc.)
• Investigate the costs of co-working spaces for the office
• Submit a brief 3-year cash flow projection for investors.
A template business plan is provided on the portal to you to use if you wish. You are not required to use
the template business plan.
Transcript from the Meeting
Spirited Games Pty Ltd
Date: 8 February 2019
Attendees: Michael Smith (Director)
Alecia Prior (Director)
Andrew Bullock (Director)
_____________________________________________________________________________
Michael: Welcome, Alecia and Andrew, and thank you both for coming. Today I want to discuss a new
game for Spirited Games Pty Ltd. I propose we investigate doing a capital raise of $250,000 which will
assist in funding our first Virtual Reality Football (soccer) Mobile Application Game. Aside from still
coming up with the name for the game, is there anything that either of you wish to say at the outset
before we begin our discussion?

MKT303 International Marketing

Assessment 3 Information
Subject Code:
Subject Name:
Assessment Title: Weighting:
Total Marks:
Submission:
Due Date: MKT303
International Marketing
Assessment 3 – Global Marketing Report (1500 words)
40%
40
Turnitin online
PDF file due Week 13, Tuesday, 3.55 pm AEST
Assessment Description. Global marketing plan
Learning outcomes to demonstrate are LO 1, 3 & 4 found in the subject outline.
You are to pretend to be the International Marketing Manager of Boost Juice. The Boost Juice team
have decided to re-enter the Chinese market. As the marketing manager you have been asked to
provide an analysis on how you think the brand can succeed in China and devise a global marketing
report. In preparation for this report, you need to apply the following the following concepts and theories:
• Hofstede’s cultural dimensions;
• Market segmentation, targeting, positioning;
• Marketing mix;
• Porter’s Diamond Model;
• Porter’s Five Forces.
Task:
Provide insight into the Boost Juice brand and evaluate the success of the brand in Australia.
1. Outline the marketing techniques used by the brand in Australia
2. Discuss which marketing techniques used in Australia would work in China.
3. Discuss cultural differences that influence marketing decisions in both Australia and China.
4. Provide recommendations as to how the Boost Juice brand can succeed in the Chinese market.
Details:
• Submit a 1500-word global marketing report that address the tasks;
• Minimum of 5 credible sources including websites, journal articles, books and supporting
industry/professional references.
• References from lecture and tutorial slides not considered credible references.
Assignment Submission

Assessment 2: Research Project (max: 3000 words) For the project, you will research and write a report in the form of an academic journal article

Assessment 2: Research Project (max: 3000 words)
For the project, you will research and write a report in the form of an academic
journal article. When you are reading journal articles please make sure to look at
how they are written – the style of writing, the kinds of content that are included.
Please note: you DO NOT need to use every tool or technique that you will
learn! We will teach you a range of methods e.g. sentiment analysis, content
analysis, social network analysis. You may only use one or two methods. You
must collect original data using the tools and techniques provided. You will
receive peer feedback and have the time to work on this in class at various points
through the course.
Reports must follow this structure:
(Word Counts are for guidance only. More information will be given in lectures)
7
Introduction (500 words)
This should be two-three paragraphs. Paragraph one must briefly set out the
context for your research. Paragraph two must briefly describe what you will do.
Literature Review (Assessed Separately – 0 words)
The literature review will not be read or assessed as it is assessed mid-semester.
Please do include the literature review in your report, but do not change it. It
does not count towards the 3000 words for the report.
Methodology (500 words)
This describes your methodology: what you did and why you did it. You must cite
relevant methodological literature and studies that have applied the method in a
similar context to justify your selection. You should present any ethical
considerations here.
Research Findings (1100 words)
This is where you present and discuss your findings. There are two ways to do
this. First, you can present all of your data, and then have a discussion after this
(common in scientific research – use two sub-headings: research findings,
discussion). Second, and more common in humanities and social sciences, you
can break your findings up into key areas or findings. These typically relate to the
research questions. You may use sub-headings (these do not have to directlyrepeat the research questions, but should make clear what is to follow). In each
section you present and briefly discuss the finding and what this means for the
research question.
Note: do not include any tables or images in word counts.
Conclusion (300 words)
This brings together your findings in your conclusion, and summarises what you
have found.
Critical Reflection (600 words)
This section must critically reflect on your chosen method. What are the
limitations of content analysis/sentiment analysis/social network analysis? It is
important to cite literature in making these arguments, alongside your own
experiences.
Project 2: Comparative Brand Report (Instagram)
In this project you will compare how two brands use Instagram. Instagram is
particularly important for communicating brand image. Instagram is also used by
some brands for responding to customers in comments. There are, of course,
differences in ‘platform affordances’ between Insta and Twitter…
Note: Instagram is more technically challenging than Twitter as it involves
scraping with Outwit Hub. We will guide you through this. To offset this, you will
not do a social network analysis on Instagram.
Research Question 1: What types of message do brands send out on
Instagram?
This questions focuses on what the brands themselves communicate and uses
content analysis. It may include text and images. This form of analysis is often
used to compare your approach with that of your competitors: what is most
effective? This is a comparative analysis.
Instructions to compare 2 brands on Instagram:
??Conduct a content analysis of the brands’ own posts on Instagram
??Collect text by scraping messages using Outwit Hub Pro
??In total you must code 200 Insta messages (text and image)
??You must consider your sample design (e.g. random), and conduct a
reliability test
??Use the same content analysis code frame for both brands
Research Question 2: What sentiment is expressed about brands on
Instagram?
This question focuses on what people are saying about the brand on Instagram;
the comments made by the public alongside the brands’ posts.
Assessing sentiment is a key metric that is widely used in the
branding/marketing/PR industry.
You might want to consider what topics or issues produce the most negative and
positive sentiment, or how might the brands improve public sentiment towards
them?
Instructions to compare Sentiment towards 2 brands on Instagram:
??Conduct an automated sentiment analysis of comments about the