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©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 1 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment ToolUnit DetailsBSBPMG522 Undertake Project WorkAssessmentTypeThis is a summative assessment, which requires eachstudent to have adequate practice prior to undertaking thisassessmentAssessmentTasksProjectAssessment 1(Developing the Project Plan)Role Play and ProjectAssessment 2(Finalising the Project Plan)ProjectAssessment 3(Project Implementation)ProjectAssessment 4(Project Finalisation)Role Play and ProjectAssessment 5(Project Review)Last Modification DateApril 2020Proposed Review DateApril 2021 ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 2 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Unit SummaryThis unit describes the skills and knowledge required to undertake a straightforward project or a section of alarger project. It covers developing a project plan, administering and monitoring the project, finalising the projectand reviewing the project to identify lessons learned for application to future projects.This unit applies to individuals who play a significant role in ensuring a project meets timelines, qualitystandards, budgetary limits and other requirements set for the project.The unit does not apply to specialist project managers. For specialist project managers, the other units ofcompetency in the project management field (BSBPMG) will be applicable.No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication. Prerequisite UnitsThere are no recommended pre-requisite units for this competency. Possible Co-requisite UnitsThis unit can be assessed independently, however holistic assessment practice with other business serviceunits of competency is encouraged ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 3 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Overview This Student Assessment Booklet includes all your tasks for assessment of BSBPMG522 Undertake ProjectWork.About Your AssessmentsThis unit requires that you complete 5 assessment tasks. You must complete all tasks to achieve competencyfor this unit. Assessment TaskAbout This TaskAssessment Task 1:Develop Project PlanYou are required to develop a project plan for an upcoming charity event.Assessment Task 2:Finalise Project PlanIn Part A you must hold a project planning meeting to discuss the project planwith the project team.In Part B you must make the necessary changes to finalise your project planbased on the meeting outcomes.Assessment Task 3:Implement Project PlanYou will be required to manage a range of issues and situations that occurthroughout the duration of the project.As you manage these issues and situations, you will be required to makenecessary changes to documentation and communicate changes accordingly.Assessment Task 4:Finalise ProjectYou develop a draft final project report.Assessment Task 5:Review ProjectIn Part A you must hold a project review meeting to discuss project outcomeswith the project team.In Part B you must make the necessary changes to finalise their final projectreport based on the meeting outcomes. Once complete, you must email thefinal report to the project team. How to Submit Your AssessmentsWhen you have completed each assessment task you will need to submit it to your assessor.Instructions about submission can be found at the beginning of each assessment task.Make sure you photocopy your written activities before you submit them – your assessor will put the documentsyou submit into your student file. These will not be returned to you.Assessment Task Cover SheetAt the beginning of each task in this booklet, you will find an Assessment Task Cover Sheet. Please fill it in foreach task where you need to submit items for assessment, making sure you sign the student declaration.Your assessor will give you feedback about how well you went in each task, and will write this on the back ofthe Task Cover Sheet.Assessment AppealsYou can make an appeal about an assessment decision by putting it in writing and sending it to us. Refer toyour Student Handbook for more information about our appeals process.©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 4 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected], Cheating and CollusionWhen a trainer/assessor believes there has been an incident of an academic misconduct involving plagiarism,cheating and/or collusion, you will be reported by your trainer/assessor along with reasons for the allegation.Wall Street College takes a serious view of plagiarism and cheating in any form of assessment.Academic misconduct may include, but is not limited to:o using study guide material without acknowledgement;o paraphrasing the work of another person;o directly copying any part of another person’s work;o summarising the work of another person;o using or developing an idea or theme derived from another person’s work;o using experimental results obtained from another person’s work; ando in the collaborative projects, falsely representing the individual contributions of the collaboratingstudents where individual contributions are to be identified.Penalties for plagiarism may include but not limited to: a caution or reprimand; awarding of zero marks in theassignment, essay, project, test, examination or other work in respect of which academic misconduct hasoccurred; a fail in the subject; a fine; suspended enrolment; or exclusion from the College.Definitions:Academic MisconductInvolvement in cheating, plagiarism or any other conduct that deliberately or inadvertently claims ownership ofan idea or concept without acknowledging the source of information.CheatingIncludes, but not limited to, copying the work of another under any assessment condition without the otherperson’s knowledge; copying the work of another under any assessment condition with the other person’sknowledge; unauthorised collaboration of assessment tasks.CollusionWhen two or more students incite, facilitate and conceal involvement in cheating and/or plagiarism.PlagiarismInvolves intentionally or unintentionally submitting/presenting work that is done by another person withoutreferencing the sources of information and may include content scraping where students simply copy and pastecontents from a source without proper citation.For more information, please refer to our Academic Misconduct Policy and Procedures.©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 5 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Plan The following outlines the requirements of your final assessment for this unit. You are required to complete alltasks to demonstrate competency for BSBPMG522 Undertake Project Work.Your assessor will provide you with the due dates for each assessment task. Write them in the table below. Assessment RequirementsDue date1. Project2. Role Play and Project3. Project4. Project5. Role Play and Project AGREEMENT BY THE STUDENTRead through the assessments in this booklet before you fill out and sign the agreement below. Make sureyou sign this before you start any of your assessments.Have you read and understood what is required of you in terms of assessment? Yes NoHave you read and understood the RTO’s policies and procedures related toreassessment? Yes NoDo you understand the requirements of this assessment? Yes NoDo you agree to the way in which you are being assessed? Yes NoDo you have any special needs or considerations to be made for this assessment?If yes, what are they?________________________________________________________________________________________ Yes NoDo you understand your rights to appeal the decisions made in an assessment? Yes No Student name: ____________________________________________________________________________Student signature: ______________________________________________ Date: ____________________Assessor name: ___________________________________________________________________________Assessor signature: _____________________________________________ Date: ____________________©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 6 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Task Cover Sheet – Assessment Task 1 Students: Please fill out this cover sheet clearly and accurately. Make sure you have kept a copy ofyour work. Name:Date of submission:Unit:▪ BSBPMG522 Undertake Project Work.Assessor to completeAssessment TaskSatisfactory/Not satisfactoryDateWas this aresubmission?Y/NDevelop Project Plan STUDENT DECLARATIONI _________________________________________________ declare that these tasks are my ownwork. None of this work has been completed by any other person.I have not cheated or plagiarised the work or colluded with any other student/s.I have correctly referenced all resources and reference texts throughout these assessment tasks.I understand that if I am found to be in breach of policy, disciplinary action may be taken againstme. Student signature: _________________________________________________________________________Student name: ____________________________________________________________________________©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 7 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] FEEDBACKAssessors: Please return this cover sheet to the student with assessment results and feedback.A copy must be supplied to the office and kept in the student’s file with the evidence.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Assessor signature: ________________________________________________________________________Assessor name: ___________________________________________________________________________Date: ____________________________________________________________________________________©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 8 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Record ChecklistASSESSMENT TASK 1: DEVELOP PROJECT PLANYesNoDid the student submit the completed project plan?Did the student develop a project plan which includes the completion of the following sections fulfilling theperformance requirements as set out in the Project Plan Assessor: Project Scope, including:‒ Project Background?‒ Mission?‒ Goals and objectives?‒ Operations? Objectives? Target outcomes? In scope? Out of scope? Assumptions and Constraints? Project team and assigned roles? Work breakdown structure and timelines? Budget & Expenditure? Other Resources, including:‒ Project management tools?‒ Documents used to define parameters?‒ Human resources? Relevant Government Policy, Legislationand Rules? Reporting and record keepingrequirements? Stakeholder Management andCommunication? Related Projects? Risk Management Plan? Quality Management Plan ? Project Closure & Outcome Realisation?Please note any reasonable adjustments for this task below. I have reviewed the mapping to this task. I have analysed the evidence gathered against the requirements of this task and am satisfied that the student hassatisfactorily demonstrated the skills and knowledge required of this unit.Where any items above are marked ‘No’, please provide comments and outline the gaps below. Ensure feedback isprovided to the student on their Assessment Task Cover Sheet. Note actions that will be taken to correct the gaps.How many attempts were required to demonstrate satisfactory performance? ______________________________Assessment Task 1 Satisfactory  Not Satisfactory Date: _________________________________Student name: ____________________________________________________________________________________Assessor name: ___________________________________________________________________________________Assessor signature: ________________________________________________________________________________ ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 9 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] The following assessment tasks use a simulated business called Complete Business SolutionsAustralia (CBSA). In order to complete the assessment tasks, you will need to access information,templates, policies and procedures found on the CBSA website. Your assessor will provide you withlogin details. Navigate to www.cbsa.com.au, select ‘Log in’ and enter your username and passwordprior to completing your assessment tasks.For this assessment you will play the role of Project Officer at CBSA. CBSA is a consultancy serviceproviding assistance with compliance, finances, human resources, information technology and otherbusiness needs to ensure that businesses have the expertise and support they need to survive andprosper. You should familiarise yourself with what CBSA does, its services and history, theorganisational structure of the business and its employees. Ensure that you read the Business Plan tounderstand CBSA’s mission, vision, and business objectives. TASK SUMMARYIn this task, you must develop a project plan for an upcoming charity event.RESOURCES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS TASK:Resources▪ Access to Learner Guide, PowerPoint Presesntation and recommended textbook▪ Access to a computer, printer, Internet and email software (if required)▪ Access to Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel (or similar programs)▪ Meeting Policy and procedure (accessible via the CBSA website)▪ IT Policy and Procedure (accessible via the CBSA website)▪ Diversity Policy and Procedure (accessible via the CBSA website)▪ WHS Policy and Procedure (accessible via the CBSA website)▪ Project Management Procedure (accessible via the CBSA website)▪ Code of Conduct (accessible via the CBSA website)▪ Electronic Record Keeping Procedure (accessible via the CBSA website)▪ Expenses and Payments Procedure (accessible via the CBSA website)▪ Organisational Chart (accessible via the CBSA website)Templates / Supporting documents▪ SD Project Brief▪ SD Project Plan TemplateThe template listed above has been provided as a Microsoft Word document. Keep a copy of theoriginal file as a master.WHEN AND WHERE WILL THIS TASK BE COMPLETED?▪ This task may be done in your own time as homework or you may be given time to do this task inclass (where applicable).▪ This is an open book project – you can use your learning materials and online research asreference.▪ You must complete the project plan using Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel (or a similarprograms). Assessment Task 1: Developing the Project Plan ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 10 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected]▪ Your assessor will provide you with the due date for this assessment.▪ Your assessor will advise as to whether you must email them your completed draft project plan orsubmit the file on a USB drive.WHAT HAPPENS IF I GET SOMETHING WRONG?If your assessor marks any of the sections of your project plan as incorrect or if you do not completeall sections of the plan, they will make5 arrangements with you about resubmission. Your assessorwill give you a due date by which this must be provided. Your assessor will provide you with guidanceas to what needs to be resubmitted and how.If your assessor identifies any plagiarised responses in your answers, your trainer/assessor will reportthis along with reasons for the allegation. For more detailed information about academic misconduct,please refer to Plagiarism, Cheating and Collusion section in the Assessment Overview of thisassessment booklet.STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 1Complete all parts of the assessment below using your own words. To:YouFrom:[email protected]/time:August 1st, 8.05amSubject:Project BriefTo You,Thank-you for agreeing to lead this project on such short notice. As you know, our annual charity events area big part of our community engagement strategy and from experience, they can be a lot of fun to plan!Beyondblue are an amazing charity, so it will be fantastic that we can raise some much-needed funds forthem. I have attached the project brief for this event which will outline the project parameters.As far as the dinner dance goes, I am thinking that the following activities will be a must:▪ Dinner and drinks▪ Dancing▪ Prize raffles▪ Merchandise store▪ Beyondblue information stalls or other creative ways to share informationI did make some preliminary calls to venues and obtained the following quotes:▪ Arc convention centre: $15,000 (room + food and drinks package for 50 people)▪ Gala ballroom at the Tivoli: $10,000 (room + food and drinks package for 100 people)▪ Hilton paradise function room: $25,000 (room + food and drinks package for 150 people)Of course, you and the project team can decide the finer details, but these activities and quotes a startingpoint. I have quickly briefed the project team and have tasked them with getting some more quotes whichthey will bring to the planning meeting. ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 11 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] I look forward to seeing your draft project plan and we can discuss details further in the project planningmeeting.Kind Regards,Tina HughesSales and Marketing Manager300 Fictional Way, Sydney, NSW 2000Phone: 1800 111 222www.cbsa.com.au STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 1STEP 1: REVIEW INFORMATIONReview all of the information you have been provided with carefully (email from Tina, project brief,policies and procedures, organisational chart).STEP 2: RESEARCHConduct research online to familiarise yourself with the requirements of a charity fundraising eventand to get ideas about the sorts of activities you will need to plan.STEP 3: DEVELOP PLAN▪ Develop your project plan using the template provided. You must ensure you complete allsections based on the information you have been provided and the research you conducted.▪ Save your project plan as YourName_DraftProjectPlan and submit to your assessor.▪ Make copies of each document you submit to your assessor, as you will need to refer to themwhen you complete Assessment Task 2. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR TASK 1: Complete project plan ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 12 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Task Cover Sheet – Assessment Task 2 Students: Please fill out this cover sheet clearly and accurately. Make sure you have kept a copy ofyour work. Name:Date of submission:Unit:▪ BSBPMG522 Undertake Project Work.Assessor to completeAssessment TaskSatisfactory/Not satisfactoryDateWas this aresubmission?Y/NFinalise Project Plan STUDENT DECLARATIONI _________________________________________________ declare that these tasks are my ownwork. None of this work has been completed by any other person.I have not cheated or plagiarised the work or colluded with any other student/s.I have correctly referenced all resources and reference texts throughout these assessment tasks.I understand that if I am found to be in breach of policy, disciplinary action may be taken againstme. Student signature: _________________________________________________________________________Student name: ____________________________________________________________________________©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 13 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] FEEDBACKAssessors: Please return this cover sheet to the student with assessment results and feedback.A copy must be supplied to the office and kept in the student’s file with the evidence.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Assessor signature: ________________________________________________________________________Assessor name: ___________________________________________________________________________Date: ____________________________________________________________________________________©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 14 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Record ChecklistASSESSMENT TASK 2: FINALISE PROJECT PLANPART AYesNoDid the student submit the notes from the meeting?Did the student provide an overview of the purpose of the project explaining how the project meetsorganisational objectives and aligns with related projects?Did the student provide an overview of each section of the plan?Did the student use consultative techniques to allow the project team to be engaged and express their ideas?Did the student explain their roles and responsibilities, and the project teams’ roles and responsibilitiesclearly?Did the student collaborate with the team to finalise roles, activities, timelines and the budget?Did the student use effective negotiation skills to decide on final roles, activities, timelines and the budget?Did the student clarify with the project sponsor when issues arise during the meeting?Did the student use effective listening and questioning skills to seek information, clarify information andconfirm understanding?Did the student ask for final approval of the budget and plan from the project sponsor?Did the student provide appropriate support to project team members throughout the meeting?Did the student use open body language and clear verbal communication throughout the meeting?PART BYesNoDid the student submit the approved project plan?Did the student update their project plan based on the changes discussed in the meeting in Task 2 Part A,including: Revised budget of $32,000? Prize donations values added to revenue in the budget? DJ costs added to expenses in the budget? Additional activities and changes to activities added into the work breakdown structure?Did the student ensure timelines are on track for the 10th of October?Did the student update the Document Version Control History?Please note any reasonable adjustments for this task below. I have reviewed the mapping to this task. I have analysed the evidence gathered against the requirements of this task and am satisfied that the student hassatisfactorily demonstrated the skills and knowledge required of this unit.Where any items above are marked ‘No’, please provide comments and outline the gaps below. Ensure feedback isprovided to the student on their Assessment Task Cover Sheet. Note actions that will be taken to correct the gaps. ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 15 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Record ChecklistASSESSMENT TASK 2: FINALISE PROJECT PLANHow many attempts were required to demonstrate satisfactory performance? _______________________________Assessment Task 2Part A outcome: Satisfactory  Not Satisfactory Part B outcome: Satisfactory  Not Satisfactory Date: _________________________________Student name: ____________________________________________________________________________________Assessor name: ___________________________________________________________________________________Assessor signature: ________________________________________________________________________________ ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 16 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Task 2: Finalising the Project Plan TASK SUMMARYThere are two parts to this assessment task:▪ In Part A you must hold a project planning meeting to discuss the project plan with the projectteam.▪ In Part B you must make the necessary changes to finalise your plan based on the meetingoutcomes. PART A – PROJECT PLANNING MEETING ROLE PLAY SUMMARY OF TASK 2: PART AIn this task you must hold a project planning meeting to discuss the project plan with the project team.RESOURCES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS TASK:Personnel▪ Two classmates to play the roles of project team members▪ One classmate to play the role of the project sponsorResources▪ Pen and paper to take notesSupporting documents▪ SD Project Planning Meeting Agenda▪ Your draft project plan from Assessment Task 1The template listed above has been provided as a Microsoft Word document. Keep a copy of theoriginal file as a master.WHEN AND WHERE WILL THIS TASK BE COMPLETED?▪ Class-based students will do this task in the classroom in a simulated workplace environment.▪ Your assessor will provide you with the date and time for this assessment.WHAT HAPPENS IF I GET SOMETHING WRONG?If your assessor identifies that you did not correctly or adequately demonstrate the skills andknowledge required of this task, you will be given feedback on areas for improvement. Your assessorwill provide you with guidance as to whether you need to:▪ Redo the task immediately after you have considered their feedback▪ Undertake further learning and redo the role play at a later date – your assessor will provide youwith further details about this.If your assessor identifies any plagiarised responses in your answers, your trainer/assessor will reportthis along with reasons for the allegation. For more detailed information about academic misconduct,please refer to Plagiarism, Cheating and Collusion section in the Assessment Overview of thisassessment booklet.STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 2Complete all parts of the assessment below using your own words.©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 17 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 2: PART ASTEP 1: PREPARE FOR THE MEETINGYou will be required to participate in a role play where you will discuss and make changes to the draftproject plan you developed in Assessment Task 1. Read the details of your meeting below and theProject Meeting Agenda prior to the meeting.You are to meet the following meeting objectives:▪ Present and discuss all components of the project plan.▪ Collaborate with the team to finalise roles, activities, timelines and the budget.▪ Provide support to the project team by clearly outlining their roles and responsibilities.▪ Answer any of the project teams concerns or questions.▪ Incorporate the project teams’ ideas.▪ Gain support and engagement from the project team.▪ Gain approvals from the project sponsor.You must take notes during the meeting as you will update your project plan in Part B.During the role play you must also ensure that you:▪ Use effective verbal and nonverbal communication to finalise the project plan collaboratively withthe team (during conversations you must gain the teams’ agreement and commitment)▪ Use listening and questioning skills to seek information and confirm understanding▪ Use collaborative techniques to engage the project team in consultations and negotiations.Adhere to relevant organisational and legislative requirements. This includes ensuring contractualrequirements are met.STEP 2: PARTICIPATE IN THE MEETINGYou must now participate in the meeting to discuss the project plan with the project team. You musttake down brief notes of what is being discussed.Your assessor will observe you as you participate and contribute throughout the meeting.During the observation, your assessor will be looking to see that you can:▪ Provide an overview of the purpose of the project, explaining how the project meetsorganisational objectives and aligns with related projects▪ Provide an overview of each section of the plan▪ Use consultative techniques to allow the project team to be engaged and express their ideas▪ Explain your roles and responsibilities, and the project teams’ roles and responsibilities clearly▪ Collaborate with the team to finalise roles, activities, timelines and the budget▪ Use effective negotiation skills to decide on final roles, activities, timelines and the budget▪ Seek clarity from the project sponsor when issues arise during the meeting.▪ Use effective listening and questioning skills to seek information, clarify information and confirmunderstanding▪ Ask for final approval of the budget and plan from the project sponsor▪ Provide appropriate support to project team members throughout the meeting▪ Use open body language and clear verbal communication throughout the meeting▪ Adhere to relevant organisational and legislative requirements throughout the meeting©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 18 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR TASK 2: PART A Notes from the meeting PART B – FINALISE THE PROJECT PLAN TASK SUMMARYIn this task you must make the necessary changes to finalise the project plan based on the meetingoutcomes in Assessment Task 2: Part A.RESOURCES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS TASK:Resources▪ Access to a computer, printer, Internet and email software (if required)▪ Access to Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel (or similar programs).Templates / Supporting documents▪ Project planning meeting agenda with notes from Assessment Task 2: Part B▪ Your draft project plan from Assessment Task 1WHEN AND WHERE WILL THIS TASK BE COMPLETED?▪ Class-based students will do this task in the classroom or as homework – your assessor willadvise as to which is required.▪ You must complete the project plan using Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel (or a similarprograms)▪ Your assessor will provide you with the due date for this assessment.▪ Your assessor will advise as to whether you must email them your completed draft project plan orsubmit the file on a USB drive.WHAT HAPPENS IF I GET SOMETHING WRONG?If your assessor marks any of the sections of your project plan as incorrect or if you do not completeall sections of the plan, they will make arrangements with you about resubmission. Your assessor willgive you a due date by which this must be provided.STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 2: PART BComplete the following activities:▪ Update your project plan based on the changes discussed in the meeting.▪ Update the ‘Document Version Control History’ section of the plan outlining the sections youchanged and what you changed.▪ Save your project plan as YourName_ProjectPlanApproved_V1 and submit to your assessor.▪ Make copies of the ProjectPlanApproved_V1 file before you submit to your assessor, as you willneed to refer to this when you complete Assessment Task 3. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR TASK 2: PART B Approved project plan ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 19 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Task Cover Sheet – Assessment Task 3 Students: Please fill out this cover sheet clearly and accurately. Make sure you have kept a copy ofyour work. Name:Date of submission:Unit:▪ BSBPMG522 Undertake Project Work.Assessor to completeAssessment TaskSatisfactory/Not satisfactoryDateWas this aresubmission?Y/NImplement Project Plan STUDENT DECLARATIONI _________________________________________________ declare that these tasks are my ownwork. None of this work has been completed by any other person.I have not cheated or plagiarised the work or colluded with any other student/s.I have correctly referenced all resources and reference texts throughout these assessment tasks.I understand that if I am found to be in breach of policy, disciplinary action may be taken againstme. Student signature: _________________________________________________________________________Student name: ____________________________________________________________________________©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 20 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] FEEDBACKAssessors: Please return this cover sheet to the student with assessment results and feedback.A copy must be supplied to the office and kept in the student’s file with the evidence.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Assessor signature: ________________________________________________________________________Assessor name: ___________________________________________________________________________Date: ____________________________________________________________________________________©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 21 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Record ChecklistASSESSMENT TASK 3: PROJECT IMPLEMENTATIONPART AYesNoDid the student submit the completed email response to Abby?Did the student write an email response to Abby which included responses to questions? The timeframe can be changed Ideas to gain more volunteersDid the student write an email response to Abby which included Information of any changes they willmake? Updated the work breakdown structureDid the student write an email response to Abby which included language that is supportive, professionaland grammatically correct?Did the student update the work breakdown structure and timeline, changing the August 15th timeframe foracquiring staff volunteers to September 7th?Did the student update the risk register to include an appropriate risk rating (medium to high) for acquiringstaff volunteers?PART BYesNoDid the student submit the following: Completed progress report? Completed email update to the project team?Did the student update the revenue section of the budget removing the $2000 donation from Dreammakers?Did the student update the risk register to include an appropriate risk rating (medium to high) for acquiringrevenue/donations?Did the student update the ‘Document Version Control History’ section of the plan outlining the changesmade to the budget and risk register dated August 29th?Did the student develop a progress report based on their project plan for Week 4 which includes anupdate/overview and tracking status (Yes/No) for the following sections: Budget, including:‒ Expenses?‒ Revenue (includingdonations?) Deliverables, including:‒ Timelines?‒ Activities? Risk management,including:‒ Risk register?Did the student ensure that the progress report reflects: The budgeted revenue is down $2000? WBS for acquiring volunteers pushed out until September 7th? Risk of not getting enough donated prizes?Did the student write an email to the project team which includes: The progress report file name in the attachment section of the email(StudentName_ProgressWeek4)? An overview of how the project is tracking:‒ budget revenue down $2000?‒ risk of not getting enough donations?‒ other information that reflects the student’s project plan? An explanation that that a donation has not gone ahead and a request for ideas on how tobest obtain more donated prizes? Language that is supportive, professional and grammatically correct? ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 22 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Record ChecklistASSESSMENT TASK 3: PROJECT IMPLEMENTATIONPART CYesNoDid the student submit the following: Completed progress report? Completed email update to the project team? Complete project plan?Did the student update the revenue section of the budget ensuring all prize donations to the total value of$28,550?Did the student update the risk register to include an appropriate risk rating (low) for acquiringvolunteers?Did the student update the ‘Document Version Control History’ section of the plan outlining the changesmade to the budget and risk register dated September 15th?Develop a progress report based on their project plan for Week 6 which includes an update/overview andtracking status (Yes/No) for the following sections: Budget, including:‒ Expenses?‒ Revenue (includingdonations?) Deliverables, including:‒ Timelines?‒ Activities? Risk management,including:‒ Risk register?Did the student ensure that the progress report reflects: Budgeted revenue $28,550 and above? Collecting donations activity is complete? 15 staff volunteers confirmed?Did the student write an email to the project team which includes: The progress report file name in the attachment section of the email(StudentName_ProgressWeek6)? An overview of how the project is tracking, including:‒ budget revenue up $28,550?‒ risk of not getting enough donations is reduced?‒ other information that reflects the students project plan? A request to confirm that everyone is still on track with their responsibilities? Language that is supportive, professional and grammatically correct?Did the student update their project plan based on the changes discussed in the meeting in Task 2 Part A,including: Revised budget of $32,000 changed in the budget? Prize donations values added to revenue in the budget? DJ costs added to expenses in the budget? Additional activities and changes to activities added into the work breakdown structure?Please note any reasonable adjustments for this task below. I have reviewed the mapping to this task. I have analysed the evidence gathered against the requirements of this task and am satisfied that the student hassatisfactorily demonstrated the skills and knowledge required of this unit. ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 23 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Record ChecklistASSESSMENT TASK 3: PROJECT IMPLEMENTATIONWhere any items above are marked ‘No’, please provide comments and outline the gaps below. Ensure feedback isprovided to the student on their Assessment Task Cover Sheet. Note actions that will be taken to correct the gaps.How many attempts were required to demonstrate satisfactory performance? ______________________________Assessment Task 3Part A outcome: Satisfactory  Not Satisfactory Part B outcome: Satisfactory  Not Satisfactory Part C outcome: Satisfactory  Not Satisfactory Date: _________________________________Student name: ____________________________________________________________________________________Assessor name: ___________________________________________________________________________________Assessor signature: ________________________________________________________________________________ ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 24 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Task 3: Project Implementation TASK SUMMARYIn this task you will be required to manage a range of issues and situations that occur throughout theduration of the project. As you manage these issues and situations, you will be required to makenecessary changes to documentation and communicate changes accordingly.RESOURCES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS TASK:Resources▪ Access to a computer, printer, Internet and email software (if required)▪ Access to Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel (or similar programs)▪ Computer speakers or headphones to listen to provided recordingsTemplates / Supporting documents▪ Approved project plan (from Assessment Task 2: Part B)WHEN AND WHERE WILL THIS TASK BE COMPLETED?▪ This task may be done in your own time as homework or you may be given time to do this task inclass (where applicable).▪ This is an open book project– you can use your learning materials and online research asreference.▪ You must make updates to the project plan using Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel (or a similarprograms)▪ Your assessor will provide you with the due date for this assessment.▪ Your assessor will advise as to whether you must email them your updated project plan or submitthe file on a USB drive.WHAT HAPPENS IF I GET SOMETHING WRONG?If your assessor identifies that your progress reports or emails are missing content, or are lacking indetail or providing incorrect information, you will be given feedback on what is required forresubmission.If your assessor marks any of the sections of your updated project plan as incorrect or if you do notcomplete all sections of the plan, they will make arrangements with you about resubmission. Yourassessor will give you a due date by which this must be provided. Your assessor will provide you withguidance as to what needs to be resubmitted and how.If your assessor identifies any plagiarised responses in your answers, your trainer/assessor will reportthis along with reasons for the allegation. For more detailed information about academic misconduct,please refer to Plagiarism, Cheating and Collusion section in the Assessment Overview of thisassessment booklet.STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 3Complete all parts of the assessment below using your own words.©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 25 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] PART A – SCENARIO It is now two weeks into the project and you have received an email from one of your project teammembers below: To:YouFrom:[email protected]/time:August 15th, 8.45amSubject:Project TimelinesTo You,I know I said that I could organise staff volunteers for the event, but I am struggling. I know we were lookingat getting 20 volunteers to help out, but I only have 5 confirmed at the moment. I had hoped to get this allconfirmed by the end of the week. Is it possible that the timeframe for this task be changed? I think I couldget this sorted by September 7th at the latest.Also, do you have any ideas as to how I could get more staff to volunteer? Or what we can do if I can’t securestaff volunteers?Kind Regards,AbbyTrainer300 Fictional Way, Sydney, NSW 2000Phone: 1800 111 222www.cbsa.com.au STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 3: PART ASTEP 1: REVIEW INFORMATIONReview all of the information in the email carefully.STEP 2: RESPOND TO THE EMAIL▪ Provide support to Abby by writing an email response using the email template below. Your emailmust include:– Responses to her questions.– Explanation of the changes you will make to the project plan.– Language that is supportive, professional and grammatically correct.▪ Save the completed email as YourName_Email3A and submit to your assessor. Your email isconsidered ‘sent’ once submitted.©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 26 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] 3: UPDATE THE PROJECT PLAN▪ Update the work breakdown structure and timelines in accordance with the changes.▪ Update the risk register to ensure project outcomes are met.Update the ‘Document Version Control History’ section of the plan outlining the sections youchanged and what you changed. The date must reflect August 15.▪ Save your project plan. To:[enter text]From:[enter text]Date/time:[enter text]Subject:[enter text]To You,Kind Regards,[enter text]Project Officer300 Fictional Way, Sydney, NSW 2000Phone: 1800 111 222www.cbsa.com.au ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 27 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] PART B – SCENARIO It is now the 29th of August and fortunately, up until now, everything has been going to plan. You havearrived at work and have received the phone message below: ‘You have one new message: Hi it’s Sarah from dream makers, I have some bad news. A couple of weeks agoI spoke to a colleague of yours Trey, and I told him we were able to donate a $2000 accommodation packageto the Gold Coast to support your raffle. Unfortunately, I didn’t get approval from my manager and at this timewe are unable to donate the voucher. I am very sorry for the inconvenience, all the best with your event, it issuch a great cause. I am sorry that we cannot help out at this time. Thanks bye.’ STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 3: PART BSTEP 1: REVIEW INFORMATIONReview the phone message received.STEP 2: UPDATE THE PROJECT PLAN▪ Update the revenue section of your budget to reflect changes, ensuring that you check yourinputs for accuracy.▪ Update the risk register to ensure project outcomes are met.▪ Update the ‘Document Version Control History’ section of the plan outlining the sections youchanged and what you changed. The date must reflect August 29th.▪ Save your project plan.STEP 3: DEVELOP PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT▪ Develop a project progress report using the project progress report template below.▪ Save the completed progress report as YourName_ProgressWeek4 and submit to your assessor.STEP 4: SEND PROGRESS REPORT TO THE TEAM▪ Send a project update to the team by writing an email using the email template. Your email mustinclude:– The progress report file name in the attachment section of the email.– An overview of how the project is tracking.– An explanation that that a donation has not gone ahead and a request for ideas on how tobest obtain more donated prizes.– Language that is supportive, professional and grammatically correct.▪ Save the completed email as YourName_Email3B and submit to your assessor. Your email isconsidered ‘sent’ once submitted. Project Progress ReportProject Title:Project Officer:Project Sponsor:Project Team Members: ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 28 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Today’s date:Week in the project:ProgressBudgetUpdate and OverviewOn track? Y/NExpensesRevenue (including donations)DeliverablesUpdate and OverviewOn track? Y/NTimelinesActivitiesRisk managementUpdate and OverviewOn track? Y/NRisk registerOther Information: ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 29 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] To:[enter text]From:[enter text]Date/time:[enter text]Subject:[enter text]To You,Kind Regards,[enter text]Project Officer300 Fictional Way, Sydney, NSW 2000Phone: 1800 111 222www.cbsa.com.au ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 30 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] is now the 13th of September. You have arrived at work and have received the email below: To:YouFrom:[email protected]/time:September 13th, 9.30amSubject:DonationsTo You,I have some great news, I have confirmed and finalised the donated prizes for the auction:Prize details Company who donated Value7 nights in Vietnam, Flights + Accommodation Holiday Plus $5,000Movie tickets, X2 Gold Class Movie Magic $100His and Hers fishing rod set Fred’s Fishing company $150$1000 Gift voucher to spend in store JJ’s homewares $1,000Local custom artwork Robyn Beeston Art $4,00010 Personal Training Sessions Pete’s PT $1,000Golf lessons Geri’s golf world $2,000Meal for 2 Sally’s Restaurant $30020 Day European Tour, Flights + Accomm Adams Adventure Company $15,000Total $28,550This is an excellent result! Also, we now have 15 confirmed volunteers which will be sufficient, so that is alsonow complete.Can you please share this great news with the team when you send the progress report later today?Kind Regards,Tina HuighesSales and Marketing Manager300 Fictional Way, Sydney, NSW 2000Phone: 1800 111 222www.cbsa.com.au PART C – SCENARIO ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 31 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 3: PART CSTEP 1: REVIEW INFORMATIONReview all of the information in the email carefully.STEP 2: UPDATE THE PROJECT PLAN▪ Update the revenue section of your budget to reflect changes, ensuring that you check yourinputs for accuracy.▪ Update the risk register to ensure project outcomes are met.▪ Update the ‘Document Version Control History’ section of the plan outlining the sections youchanged and what you changed. The date must reflect September 15th.▪ Save your project plan as YourName_UpdatedProjectPlan and submit to your assessor.STEP 3: DEVELOP PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT▪ Develop a project progress report using the project progress report template.▪ Save the completed progress report as YourName_ProgressWeek6 and submit to your assessor.▪ Make copies of the updated project plan before you submit to your assessor, as you will need torefer to this when you complete Assessment Task 4.STEP 4: SEND PROGRESS REPORT TO THE TEAM▪ Send a project update to the team by writing an email using the email template. Your email mustinclude:– The progress report file name in the attachment section of the email.– An overview of how the project is tracking.– A request to confirm that everyone is still on track with their responsibilities.– Language that is supportive, professional and grammatically correct.▪ Save the completed email as YourName_Email3C and submit to your assessor. Your email isconsidered ‘sent’ once submitted. Project Progress ReportProject Title:Project Officer:Project Sponsor:Project Team Members:Today’s date:Week in the project:ProgressBudgetUpdate and OverviewOn track? Y/NExpenses ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 32 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Revenue (including donations)DeliverablesUpdate and OverviewOn track? Y/NTimelinesActivitiesRisk managementUpdate and OverviewOn track? Y/NRisk registerOther Information: To:[enter text]From:[enter text]Date/time:[enter text]Subject:[enter text]To You,Kind Regards,[enter text] ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 33 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Project Officer300 Fictional Way, Sydney, NSW 2000Phone: 1800 111 222www.cbsa.com.au SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR TASK 3: Completed email response to Abby Completed progress report from Task 3B Completed email update to the project team in Task 3B Completed progress report from Task 3C Completed email update to the project team in Task 3C Complete project plan ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 34 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Task Cover Sheet – Assessment Task 4 Students: Please fill out this cover sheet clearly and accurately. Make sure you have kept a copy ofyour work. Name:Date of submission:Unit:▪ BSBPMG522 Undertake Project Work.Assessor to completeAssessment TaskSatisfactory/Not satisfactoryDateWas this aresubmission?Y/NFinalise Project STUDENT DECLARATIONI _________________________________________________ declare that these tasks are my ownwork. None of this work has been completed by any other person.I have not cheated or plagiarised the work or colluded with any other student/s.I have correctly referenced all resources and reference texts throughout these assessment tasks.I understand that if I am found to be in breach of policy, disciplinary action may be taken againstme. Student signature: _________________________________________________________________________Student name: ____________________________________________________________________________©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 35 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] FEEDBACKAssessors: Please return this cover sheet to the student with assessment results and feedback.A copy must be supplied to the office and kept in the student’s file with the evidence.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Assessor signature: ________________________________________________________________________Assessor name: ___________________________________________________________________________Date: ____________________________________________________________________________________©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 36 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Record ChecklistASSESSMENT TASK 4: PROJECT FINALISATIONYesNoDid the student submit the following complete? draft final project report saved asYourName_DraftFinalProjectReport?Did the student develop a final project report which includes the completion of the following sectionsfulfilling the performance requirements as set out in the Final Project Report Assessor? Outcomes Lessons learnedPlease note any reasonable adjustments for this task below. I have reviewed the mapping to this task. I have analysed the evidence gathered against the requirements of this task and am satisfied that the student hassatisfactorily demonstrated the skills and knowledge required of this unit.Where any items above are marked ‘No’, please provide comments and outline the gaps below. Ensure feedback isprovided to the student on their Assessment Task Cover Sheet. Note actions that will be taken to correct the gaps.How many attempts were required to demonstrate satisfactory performance? ______________________________Assessment Task 4 Satisfactory  Not Satisfactory Date: _________________________________Student name: ____________________________________________________________________________________Assessor name: ___________________________________________________________________________________Assessor signature: ________________________________________________________________________________ ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 37 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Task 4: Project Finalisation TASK SUMMARYIn this task you must complete develop a draft final project report.RESOURCES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS TASK:Resources▪ Access to a computer, printer, Internet and email software (if required)▪ Access to Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel (or similar programs).WHEN AND WHERE WILL THIS TASK BE COMPLETED?▪ Class-based students will do this task in the classroom or as homework – your assessor willadvise as to which is required.▪ You must complete the project plan using Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel (or a similarprograms)▪ Your assessor will provide you with the due date for this assessment.▪ Your assessor will advise as to whether you must email them your completed draft project plan orsubmit the file on a USB drive.WHAT HAPPENS IF I GET SOMETHING WRONG?If your assessor marks any of the sections of your final project report as incorrect or if you do notcomplete all sections, they will make arrangements with you about resubmission. Your assessor willgive you a due date by which this must be provided. Your assessor will provide you with guidance asto what needs to be resubmitted and how.If your assessor identifies any plagiarised responses in your answers, your trainer/assessor will reportthis along with reasons for the allegation. For more detailed information about academic misconduct,please refer to Plagiarism, Cheating and Collusion section in the Assessment Overview of thisassessment booklet.STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 4Complete all parts of the assessment below using your own words.©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 38 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] FINALISATION SCENARIOCongratulations, the project is now complete. You have received an email from Tina below: To:YouFrom:[email protected]/time:October 11th 4pmSubject:Final resultsTo You,Wow – what a night! It will be an event to remember! I would like to thank you for doing such a great job withthis project. The final figures are below:Total expenditure: $28,598Total raised: $53,200Revenue type AmountMerchandise $1,200Ticket sales (120x$100) $12,000Auction $37,500Additional donations $2,500You have been very organised. Providing everyone with regular progress updates kept the project on track.That being said, I do feel there are a few areas that we can look at to improve future fundraising events.The main issues that I identified were:▪ Difficulty acquiring staff volunteers early on in the project▪ The issue with the $2000 travel voucher being withdrawn from Dream Makes▪ Only 120 tickets being sold, what happened to the other 30?▪ The issue with the DJ arriving when the event started (4pm) instead of half an hour before to set up▪ The week before the event was complete chaosI look forward to seeing your draft final project report and we can discuss outcomes further in the meetingnext week.Kind Regards,Tina HughesSales and Marketing Manager300 Fictional Way, Sydney, NSW 2000Phone: 1800 111 222www.cbsa.com.au ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 39 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 4STEP 1: REVIEW INFORMATIONReview all of the information in the email from Tina.STEP 2: PREPARE THE DRAFT FINAL PROJECT REPORT▪ Develop the draft final project report using the template provided. You must ensure you completeall sections based on the information you have been provided with and you must ensurecalculations are correct.▪ Make a copy of your draft final project report before you submit to your assessor, as you will needto refer to this when you complete Assessment Task 5.▪ Save your draft final project as YourName_DraftFinalProjectReport and submit to your assessor. Final Project ReportProject Title:Project Officer:Project Sponsor:Project Team Members:Today’s date:OutcomesRequirementsOverviewDid the project achieveobjectives?Was the project executed withinbudget?Approved budget:Total expenses:Variance ($):On budget [ ]Under budget [ ]Over budget [ ]Briefly describe the progress ofyour project from start to finishincluding any unexpectedobstacles.Briefly describe the changesthat occurred throughout theproject.Lessons LearnedList and describe any lessons learned from this project and provide recommendations that can be used toimprove the delivery of future information systems projects.DescriptionRecommendation ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 40 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Other Information: SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR TASK 4: Complete draft final project report saved as YourName_DraftFinalProjectReport Make a copy of your draft final project report before you submit to your assessor, as you will need to referto this when you complete Assessment Task 5. ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 41 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Task Cover Sheet – Assessment Task 5 Students: Please fill out this cover sheet clearly and accurately. Make sure you have kept a copy ofyour work. Name:Date of submission:Unit:▪ BSBPMG522 Undertake Project Work.Assessor to completeAssessment TaskSatisfactory/Not satisfactoryDateWas this aresubmission?Y/NReview Project STUDENT DECLARATIONI _________________________________________________ declare that these tasks are my ownwork. None of this work has been completed by any other person.I have not cheated or plagiarised the work or colluded with any other student/s.I have correctly referenced all resources and reference texts throughout these assessment tasks.I understand that if I am found to be in breach of policy, disciplinary action may be taken againstme. Student signature: _________________________________________________________________________Student name: ____________________________________________________________________________©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 42 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] FEEDBACKAssessors: Please return this cover sheet to the student with assessment results and feedback.A copy must be supplied to the office and kept in the student’s file with the evidence.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Assessor signature: ________________________________________________________________________Assessor name: ___________________________________________________________________________Date: ____________________________________________________________________________________©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 43 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Record ChecklistASSESSMENT TASK 5: PROJECT REVIEWPART AYesNoDid the student submit the notes from the meeting?Did the student discuss the project outcomes and processes against the project scope and plan?Did the student congratulate the team and highlight the project successes?Did the student use consultative techniques to allow the project team to be engaged and express theirideas?Did the student collaborate with the team to document lessons learnt and applicable recommendations?Did the student explain to project team members that they will go back to their original roles?Did the student use effective listening and questioning skills to seek information, clarify information andconfirm understanding?Did the student ask for final approval and the sign-off for the completion of the project from the projectsponsor?Did the student thank the project team for their efforts?Did the student use open body language and clear verbal communication throughout the meeting?Did the student adhere to relevant organisational and legislative requirements throughout the meeting?PART BYesNoDid the student submit the following: Approved final project report saved as YourName_FinalReport? Completed email reporting final outcomes to the project team saved as YourName_Email5B?Did the student update the final project report incorporating lessons learned and recommendationsdiscussed in the review meeting, including: Move resourcing of staff to earlier in the project timeline to allow sufficient time to source? Request written confirmation from personnel in charge of managing funds within thebusiness? Have clear service agreement in place? Monitoring procedures need to be reviewed? Allow for minimal activities to be completed in the week before? Move all tasks a week before the event date to prevent last minute rushing?Did the student update the final project report incorporating feedback discussed in the review meeting inthe ‘other information’ section, including: Gavin Stead, Managing Director of CBSA, was impressed with how the auction went? Danish (beyondblue representative) said that the event was one of the best he had been to? Venue manager said that more security would have been better to ease the flow of entry anddeparture? Several event attendees said they had a great night?Did the student write an email to the project team which includes: The report file name in the attachment section of the email (StudentName_FinalReport?) An overview of the changes made to the final project report (changes to lessons learned andrecommendations based on the project review meeting agenda submitted in AssessmentTask 5 Part A?) A thank-you to the team for all of their efforts? Language that is supportive, professional and grammatically correct?Did the student ensure timelines are on track for the 10th of October?Did the student update the Document Version Control History? ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 44 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Record ChecklistASSESSMENT TASK 5: PROJECT REVIEWPlease note any reasonable adjustments for this task below. I have reviewed the mapping to this task. I have analysed the evidence gathered against the requirements of this task and am satisfied that the student hassatisfactorily demonstrated the skills and knowledge required of this unit.Where any items above are marked ‘No’, please provide comments and outline the gaps below. Ensure feedback isprovided to the student on their Assessment Task Cover Sheet. Note actions that will be taken to correct the gaps.How many attempts were required to demonstrate satisfactory performance? ______________________________Assessment Task 5Part A outcome: Satisfactory  Not Satisfactory Part B outcome: Satisfactory  Not Satisfactory Date: _________________________________Student name: ____________________________________________________________________________________Assessor name: ___________________________________________________________________________________Assessor signature: ________________________________________________________________________________ ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 45 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] Assessment Task 5: Project Review TASK SUMMARYThere are two parts to this assessment task:▪ In Part A you must hold a project review meeting to discuss outcomes of the project with theproject team.▪ In Part B you must make the necessary changes to finalise the final project report based on themeeting outcomes. PART A – PROJECT REVIEW MEETING ROLEPLAY TASK SUMMARYIn this task you must hold a project review meeting to discuss outcomes of the project with the projectteam.RESOURCES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS TASK:Personnel▪ Three classmates to play the roles of project team members▪ One classmate to play the role of the project sponsorResources▪ Pen and paper to take notesTemplates / Supporting documents▪ SD Project Review Meeting Agenda▪ Your draft final project report from Assessment Task 4WHEN AND WHERE WILL THIS TASK BE COMPLETED?▪ Class-based students will do this task in the classroom in a simulated workplace environment.▪ Your assessor will provide you with the date and time for this assessment.WHAT HAPPENS IF I GET SOMETHING WRONG?If your assessor identifies that you did not correctly or adequately demonstrate the skills andknowledge required of this task, you will be given feedback on areas for improvement. Your assessorwill provide you with guidance as to whether you need to:▪ Redo the task immediately after you have considered their feedback▪ Undertake further learning and redo the role play at a later date – your assessor will provide youwith further details about this.If your assessor identifies any plagiarised responses in your answers, your trainer/assessor will reportthis along with reasons for the allegation. For more detailed information about academic misconduct,please refer to Plagiarism, Cheating and Collusion section in the Assessment Overview of thisassessment booklet.STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 5Complete all parts of the assessment below using your own words.©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 46 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 5: PART ASTEP 1: PREPARE FOR THE MEETINGYou will be required to participate in a role play where you will discuss outcomes of the project withthe project team. Read the details of your meeting below and familiarise yourself with applicabledocumentation:You are to meet the following meeting objectives:▪ Discuss the project outcomes and processes against the project scope and plan.▪ Congratulate the team and highlight the project successes.▪ Collaborate with the team to document lessons learned and applicable recommendations.▪ Incorporate the project team’s ideas.▪ Answer any of the project teams concerns or questions.▪ Discuss the reassignment the team to their previous roles.▪ Gain necessary sign-offs from the project sponsor.▪ Thank the team.Note: You must take notes during the meeting as you will update your final project report in Part B.During the role play you must also ensure that you:▪ Use effective verbal and nonverbal communication to review the project (during conversationsyou must gain the team’s agreement and commitment)▪ Use listening and questioning skills to seek information and confirm understanding▪ Use collaborative techniques to engage the project team in consultations and negotiations.Adhere to relevant organisational and legislative requirements.STEP 2: PARTICIPATE IN THE MEETINGYou must now participate in the meeting to discuss the project plan with the project team. You musttake down brief notes of what is being discussed.Your assessor will observe you as you participate and contribute throughout the meeting.During the observation, your assessor will be looking to see that you can:▪ Discuss the project outcomes and processes against the project scope and plan.▪ Congratulate the team and highlight the project successes.▪ Use consultative techniques to allow the project team to be engaged and express their ideas.▪ Collaborate with the team to document lessons learned and applicable recommendations.▪ Explain to project team members that they will go back to their original roles.▪ Use effective listening and questioning skills to seek information, clarify information and confirmunderstanding.▪ Ask for final approval and the sign-off for the completion of the project from the project sponsor.▪ Thank the project team for their efforts.▪ Use open body language and clear verbal communication throughout the meeting.▪ Adhere to relevant organisational and legislative requirements throughout the meeting. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR TASK 5: PART A Notes from the meeting Make a copy of the file before you submit to your assessor, as you will need to refer to this documentwhen you complete Assessment Task 5 Part B. ©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 47 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] PART B – FINALISE THE PROJECT PLAN TASK SUMMARYIn this task you must make the necessary changes to finalise the final project report based on themeeting outcomes in Assessment Task 5: Part A. Once your report is finalised, you must email it tothe project team.RESOURCES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS TASK:Resources▪ Access to a computer, printer, Internet and email software (if required)▪ Access to Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel (or similar programs).Templates / Supporting documents▪ Project review meeting agenda with notes from Assessment Task 5: Part A▪ Your draft final project report from Assessment Task 4▪ Email template.WHEN AND WHERE WILL THIS TASK BE COMPLETED?▪ Class-based students will do this task in the classroom or as homework – your assessor willadvise as to which is required.▪ You must complete the project plan using Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel (or a similarprograms)▪ Your assessor will provide you with the due date for this assessment.▪ Your assessor will advise as to whether you must email them your completed draft project plan orsubmit the file on a USB drive.WHAT HAPPENS IF I GET SOMETHING WRONG?If your assessor identifies that your final report or email are missing content, or are lacking in detail orproviding incorrect information, you will be given feedback on what is required for resubmission.STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR TASK 5: PART BSTEP 1: UPDATE THE FINAL PROJECT REPORT▪ Update your final project report incorporating what was discussed in the review meeting. Youmust add any feedback received in the ‘other information’ section.▪ Save your final project report as YourName_FinalReport and submit to your assessor.STEP 2: SEND THE REPORT TO THE TEAM▪ Send the final project report to the team using the email template. Your email must include:– The report file name in the attachment section of the email.– An overview of the changes you made to the final project report based on their suggestions.– A thank-you for all of their efforts.– Language that is supportive, professional and grammatically correct.▪ Save the completed email as YourName_Email5B and submit to your assessor. Your email isconsidered ‘sent’ once submitted.©WSC V2.0 April 2020Next Review April 2021BSBPMG522 – Assessment Tool Page 48 of 48Wall Street College Pty LtdABN No: 42 606 344 905RTO No: 41294 CRICOS Provider No.: 03601FMelbourne: Level 4, 20 Queen St, Melbourne, VIC 3000Phone: +61 3 9629 4770 Email: [email protected]: Level 2, 27 Elizabeth St, Hobart, TAS 7000Phone: +61 3 8648 8556 Email: [email protected] To:[enter text]From:[enter text]Date/time:[enter text]Subject:[enter text][enter text],Kind Regards,[enter text]Project Officer300 Fictional Way, Sydney, NSW 2000Phone: 1800 111 222www.cbsa.com.au SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR TASK 5: PART B Approved final project report saved as YourName_FinalReport Completed email reporting final outcomes to the project team saved as YourName_Email5B

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