3.1 You need to explain the significant life event. Explain -provide detailed information about the subject with reasons showing how or why. Responses could include examples to support these reasonsYou need to explain different significant events in relation to each of the stages of human development
Birth and infancy -separation, changes in nursey
Childhood -going to school, moving to a new house, making new friends
Adolescence -puberty, changes in emotions, body changes, starting...ReadMore
A study conducted by the National Network of Smoking Prevention and Poverty found that cigarettes served as a tool for those of low socioeconomic status to cope with boredom, relieve stress and as a companion to alcohol and caffeine. Cigarettes served as a loyal “friend” – a theme recognizable from cigarette advertising. Other results of the studies conducted on this population included:
Store promotions served as major incentives, and there is high...ReadMore
The report, to the Event Organiser, should provide a critical analysis of the safety issues involved. The Event Organiser is renting the space, putting on the performance and promoting and managing the event.
The report should include:
An executive summary suitable for a management team.
How the performance/event can be managed using an appropriate management system.
All the audit categories listed plus two other categories
The lessons learnt from any incidents described (other incidents...ReadMore