No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of endorsement. Prerequisite Requirements Evidence of completion of the following prerequisite ARQ reorients must be provided by the student on or before the completion of this unit. Failure to supply evidence of completion may result in an assessment of Not Yet Competent (NYC). Unit Code and Title Evidence Us applied Us applied Assessment instructions for this unit of com potency Date To demonstrate competency in this unit you must undertake ALL tasks in this
Assessment Pack and complete them satisfactorily. If you do not answer some questions or perform some tasks, and therefore you are deemed to be Not Yet Satisfactory, your trainer/assessor may ask you supplementary questions to determine your competence or ask you to resubmit incorrect answers. In addition to completing all tasks satisfactorily, you will also be required to demonstrate satisfactorily communication skills during some practical activities. Once you have demonstrated consistency in performance, you will be awarded this unit.
If there IS not enough space provide within this Assessment Pack students can submit the assessment using a separate piece of paper or computer but must use the following criteria for submission: Students name and ID on each page including unit title and code. Word processed using the computer – (see trainer if unable to provide typed assessment) Single spaced lines – size 11 font Questions and numbers or tasks to be written with a space between the written answers or response. Students to attach the Academia Internationals Assignment Cover Sheet with each assessment submitted.
As part of the assessment process all students must abide by any relevant assessment policies as provided during induction. Student to ensure all assessment work is their own and that they have read and signed the ‘Students Coversheet’. Required materials and resources for assessment (where applicable) Assessment should related to an identified work role within the relevant sector and be assessed within a realistic simulated or actual workplace environment. Resources essential for assessment may include but not limited to: The learner’s guide Assessment pack Policies and procedures associated with the workplace salivate information
Stationary requirements, pen, paper, computer and printer If necessary workplace equipment specific to the industry and qualification, such as: Computers and associated programs Accounting software Nursing equipment Calculator Location of and completion timeshares for assessment The location of the assessment will depend upon the industry sector, the qualification and the unit of competency. The completion of the written assessment will be undertaken either in the classroom or outside the classroom and submitted to the trainer as per instructions and timeshares or the unit of competency and course schedule.
Assessment are usually submitted one week after the completion of the unit of competency Assessments for observation and demonstration of essential skills will be conducted within a realistic simulated environment unless workplace specific. Where workplace specific assessors will conduct a minimum Of two visits to the host employer. Timeshares for workplace practical will be as per placement agreement and industry program. The facilitator will provide information at the start of each unit relating to assessment location and submission dates.
Reasonable adjustment in assessment Where students have highlighted Language, Literacy and Innumeracy issues reasonable adjustment to the assessment can be made. Should you receive a ‘Not Yet Competent’ or ‘Resubmit’ result for the assessment you will be given the opportunity to re-submit your assessment work with any amendments requested by your trainer. The adjustment may include actions such as: Student demonstrating knowledge through verbal discussion to identify correct answers Student demonstrating knowledge through applied skills Allowing additional time relating to disability
Through consultation amending assessment timeshares Assistance in the form of the training location to allow easier access Accessing relevant equipment or aids to assist the student adjustments to the assessment methods to cater for any special needs (without effecting the integrity of the outcome) If a student requests or is identified as requiring reasonable adjustment to the training and assessment process a detailed training and assessment plan including timetables, notes regarding the required adjustments, and any related communications regarding the adjustments must be maintained in the students file.
The ROT Manager must review and authorize any request for ‘reasonable adjustment’ to ensure that any adjustments and resulting outcomes are not affecting the integrity Of the training and assessment process. Part A Instructions written answers – BSBMKG506B written answers Please read all the information given to you before you start any assessment task. If you do not understand some or all of the questions, please ask your trainer / assessor for assistance.
Attempt to answer ALL questions in your own words on the assessment paper provided. The questions are designed o assess your understanding of the unit as well as your underpinning knowledge. If you require additional space for your answers or prefer using a computer to submit your work please ensure that you follow the assessment instructions for this Unit. Part B Instructions Research report – BSBMKG506B Research report Please read all the information given to you before you start the research report task.
If you do not understand some or all of the questions, please ask your trainer / assessor for assistance. The report is designed to assess your understanding of the unit as well as your underpinning knowledge. It must contain the essential information required as per the research report description and instructions. . If you require additional space for your answers or prefer using a computer to submit your work please ensure that you follow the assessment instructions for this unit.
Part C Instructions Case study – BSBMKG506B Case study trainer / assessor for assistance Your responses to the case study will enable you to demonstrate your knowledge and problem solving abilities within the requirements of the unit of competency You will be assessed on your ability to: answer All parts of the case study and provide examples where asked draw on knowledge you have gained throughout the training session draw on different reference materials to support your responses communicate and express your ideas Attempt to answer ALL questions or tasks in your own words on the assessment paper provided.
The questions or tasks are designed to assess your understanding of the unit as well as your underpinning knowledge. You require additional space for your answers or prefer using a computer to submit your work please ensure that you follow the assessment instructions or this Unit Part D Instructions Observation Skills -? BSBMKG506B Direct Observation In order to be assessed as Satisfactory (S) you need to provide evidence which demonstrates that you can perform the required competencies and tasks, to the required standard.
Competency depends on consistently demonstrating the skills, attitude and knowledge that enable you to complete workplace tasks, confidently and in a variety of situations. The Observation Skills Checklist is a list of skills students must be able to demonstrate while completing required assessments, classroom based activities and as accessory actual workplace demonstration. Your facilitator/assessor will observe you during classroom based activities, group or individual discussions and as necessary workplace demonstration and sign off the relevant areas as ‘Satisfactory or ‘Not Yet Satisfactory.
Please note that the Observation Skills Checklist will be completed by the trainer assessor part A written answers- BSBMKG506B Written answers 1 . What is marketing research? 2. In order to test a hypotheses and obtain information needed by a company for decision making, what steps should the marketer consider when urinating a design for the research? 3. What is vital to reliable data collection? 4. Define secondary research and give examples -? 5. What is primary research and give examples. 6.. Donna intends to open a health and leisure centre in her local area.