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You are to produce a written assessment that reflects on the learning during the work placement/Internship including application for the role and description of the organisation
Business Management Internship Placement
Assessment Component 1 (Coursework – 70%)
Assessment Component 2 Individual Presentation – 15 mins (30%)
1.1 Details of Assessment Submission
Component 1: Coursework (Weighting 70%)
Word Count: 1,500 words
You are to produce a written assessment that reflects on the learning during the work placement/Internship including application for the role and description of the organisation (totalling 1,500 words).
This module aims to link undergraduate level learning to the workplace. The focus is on the learning environment. The method of learning, teaching and assessment is based on actual work as far as possible. The emphasis is on reflective practice and the role of effective research to enable improved performance
You are required to submit a 1,500-word report based on the tasks undertaken at work which demonstrates your ability to undertake a variety of task and skills of benefit to yourself as an undergraduate student working in your chosen field and the employer/organisation and incorporates evidence of competence in the core work-based competences. This element will be produced in conjunction with the organisation that you complete your work placement with, as part of this element you will need to produce a journal detailing various elements of the placement.
Component 2: A short presentation (15 minutes) (Weighting 30%)
You are to give a short presentation that explains key aspects of the learning from the work placement/Internship (totalling 15 minutes with questions)
1.2 Specific Marking Criteria for this Assignment
Have you provided an appropriate introduction to your tasks/reports?
Have you provided a background to the company?
Does the introduction show evidence of knowledge of the work-based competences?
Is there a clear aim and objectives stated?
Is there effective application and enhancement of knowledge and skills gained on the programme and is this evaluated?
Have you effectively analysed problems and issues while employing a range of appropriate concepts, theories and approaches?
Use of supporting data and evidence
Have you used relevant sources (e.g. journal articles, books, etc.) to back up your arguments? Have you used a range of reliable sources?
Have you provided an appropriate conclusion to your tasks?
Have you identified the key points emerging from your discussion and experiences?
Is there critical reflect on professional and personal development?
Have you reflected on the experience by way of a personal development journal identifying and evaluating the application of knowledge and learning gained from the programme?
Have the various theories of reflective practice been used?
Have you used relevant sources (e.g. journal articles, books, etc.) to back up your arguments?
Have you used a range of reliable sources?
Overall presentation and Referencing
Is the assignment well written?
Do the elements follow a clear structure?
Does the assignment adhere to report format?
Have you correctly applied Cite Them Right for your citations and reference list?
Is the report 1,500 words?
Quality of Reflection
Being able to articulate what has been learned from an experience/experiences and linked to future employment prospects
Application of Theory/concepts to practice
( i.e. Application of experiential theory/concept of choice )
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