Unit 6 Professional Practice and Ethics Sources for the Collection of Data
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Course Code: PR557
Course Title: Unit 6 - Professional Practice and Ethics Sources for the Collection of Data
University: University Of Melbourne
1.1. Assessment Brief – Element 1: Group Presentation
In Week 10 of your programme you will deliver a Dragon’s Den business idea presentation, as part of a team, to a panel consisting of two tutors. The presentation will be 10 minutes long with 5 minutes for questions and answers.
In order to achieve this you will organise your own group in week 2 and you will receive presentation guidelines throughout the term.
In your group, your task is to plan a start‐up business with a creative and innovative idea. The concept must be of use commercially, and in doing so you will need to identify your target market. Your group must produce visual aids to accompany the presentation.
Your Group must ensure that you carry out sufficient research/referencing to justify any claims that you make in your presentation and to be able to answer questions credibly.
1.2. Assessment Brief – Element 2: Portfolio
You will produce a portfolio which will contain evidence of your professional development and achievements to date. The portfolio will consist of:
1. A professional CV
2. A covering letter in response to a job advertisement
3. A Career Development Plan
4. An ethics statement
5. A Job advert that you wish to apply for (this forms an appendix to the portfolio and is not marked. This is the job that your CV and covering letter should be responding to).
1.3. Assessment Submission Structure
A. Element 1 - Group Presentation
The Group presentation will take place during Teaching Week 10. Your tutor will give you a time slot and the timetable will be published on the VLE. If you do not turn up at your allotted time you will not be able to present and you will receive 0% for this part of the Assessment. If the rest of your Group turn up they will be allowed to present without you but you will not be able to receive a mark.
B. Element 2 - Portfolio
You are strongly advised to submit your Portfolio well before the deadline. Any Portfolios received after the deadline without permission for an extension - permission which must have
been applied for a full working day before the deadline ‐ will not be marked and your Portfolio will receive 0%. You will then need to re‐take the assessment at a later date.
Please submit your Portfolio via Turnitin. This can be found within the ‘Assessment’ section of the PPE Module and your tutor will go through this with you in class.
This project is the form of an individual coursework report based on the same case study albeit with a different focus on event analysis and trade. The purpose is to develop relevant Excel templates to conduct event studies to test market efficiency. Based on the result of event studies, trading strategies and instruments are to be applied to exploit price efficiency/inefficiency during the process of acquisition to arrive at appropriate conclusion and recommendation for the deal.
What is your business idea? Clearly state with justification the business, the sector, location, how the business is going to operate (e.g. online, high street, both). Also, briefly state the reasons you think the business is a good idea, how it is going to meet the needs of its customers in a new and innovative way that is not already met by existing businesses. Include a table that identifies some of your key competitors, explaining why you consider them competition....ReadMore
What is the setting for your project?
What are the aims of your project?
0What is your project about?
What is your project about?
An overview of the subject, issue or theory under consideration
Critically review current theoretical and empirical research, e.g. compare and contrast ideas and information in relation to your research topic. Consult a wide range of relevant literature
Show how the research you discussed is relevant to your research...ReadMore