|Assessment Format & Plagiarism Policy|
|Plagiarism is defined as the copying of sections of any published work without acknowledgement of the source.
Cheating is defined as handing in someone else’s work as your own or allowing someone else to hand up your work, several people writing one computer copy and handling up multiple copies, all represented as individual work and using any part of someone else’s work without proper acknowledgement
AIBT maintains Zero Tolerance in relation to plagiarism and / or cheating. Any student found have plagiarised work or cheated or assisted another person to plagiarise or cheat will automatically be disqualified from the assessment, receive a Not Yet Competent result and may be subject to expulsion from the course / program.
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|I confirm that the Assessment was conducted as per the minimum standards required by RTO, AQF and ESOS, that no favouritism or special dispensation has been applied, that support and flexible adjustment has been applied rationally and that feedback has been provided to the student.|
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This assessment is 30% of the total marks for overall unit assessment
It is marked out of 100 and you must achieve 80 marks to be assessed as competent
Monitor risk and evaluate processes
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The assessment task is due on the date specified by your assessor. Any variations to this arrangement must be approved in writing by your assessor.
Submit this document with any required evidence attached. See specifications below for details.
For this task you are required to review the implementation of the risk management action plan you developed in Assessment Task 2 and prepare a monitoring report.
For the MacVille Pty Ltd simulated business scenario provided, you are required to assume the role of Brisbane store Assistant Manager, Ash, who has just been promoted to be Manager of a new store. Ash has been tasked with conducting a risk management analysis of this new venture.
There are three stages to this project: (1) review, (2) analyse and plan, and (3) monitor. This project is divided into three assessment tasks as follows:
For this task, you are to review the implementation of the risk management action plan you developed in Assessment Task 2 against the simulated business information provided in this task. Then, you will need to prepare a monitoring report evaluating the outcomes of the action plan and risk management process.
Review the MacVille simulated business scenario information provided in the Appendix of this task.
Develop a report for the CEO (your assessor), which examines the ongoing implementation of the risk management action plan.
Ensure you include the following sections in your report:
Plan – a clear summary of the initial risk and the plan implemented to manage it.
Implementation – a summary of all actions taken to date in attempting to manage identified risks.
Outcomes – a clear statement identifying continued and/or reduced risks, with supporting information in tables or graphs where available.
Evaluation – a clear analysis of the effectiveness of the risk management plan, including risk assessment (e.g. risk matrix), by comparing the implementation with the outcomes.
Note: Ensure your report is written in a style appropriate to your stakeholder audience, for example, using appropriate language and including appropriate illustrative material (such as checklists, diagrams or flow charts) and attachments to support your findings and process.
Submit the required documents for assessment as per the specifications below. Be sure to keep a copy for your records.
You must provide:
a monitoring report.
Your assessor will be looking for:
reading skills to review, interpret and analyse text-based business information from a range of sources in order to evaluate effectiveness of risk management implementation
written skills to organise and deliver information to effectively communicate evaluation of activities to stakeholders
numeracy skills to interpret mathematical data when reviewing and evaluating scenario business information effectiveness of activities
ability to work independently to analyse scenario information and evaluate effectiveness of activities
ability to interact with others using appropriate conventions when communicating to, and consulting with, stakeholders
ability to sequence and schedule activities and manage communication
ability to analyse relevant information to identify and evaluate effectiveness of activities
ability to use familiar digital technology to access information, document findings and communicate them to stakeholders.