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CRS157Rev 104July 2016Page 1 of 18Assessment Submission Cover Sheet(VET)Student to complete relevant sections and attach this cover sheet to each assessment task for submission.Student InformationTo be completed by StudentStudent Name.Student ID.Program/Course InformationTo be completed by StudentDepartmentGroup/CRN/Block.Teacher NameUthaya Kumaran, Carolyn Hayes, Leanne Pagano, Ken PattisonQualification Code FNS40615 FNS40215 FNS30315Qualification TitleCertificate 1V in Accounting, Certificate 1V in Bookkeeping, Certificate 111 in Accounts AdminSubject/Unit Code (if cluster, list all the clustered subjects/units)BSBFIA401Subject/Unit Title(if cluster, list all the clustered subjects/units)Prepare Financial ReportsAssessment InformationTo be completed by StudentAssessment titleAssessment Task 2Report and PresentationAssessment task2out of4Fforthis subject/unit.Due DateSession 8 during class timeDate Submitted.Re-Submission☐Student DeclarationBy submitting this assessment task and signing the below, I acknowledge and agree that:1.This completed assessment task is my own work. 2.I understand the serious nature of plagiarism and I am aware of the penalties that exist for breaching this.3.I have kept a copy of this assessment task. 4.The assessor may provide a copy of this assessment task to another member of the Institute for validation and/or benchmarking purposes.Student signatureFor electronic submissions: By typing your name in the student signature field, you are accepting the above declaration.Click here to enter text.Assessor FeedbackTo be completed by Teacher/AssessorAssessor to provide feedback to the student and document on this coversheet. Click here to enter text.Assessment Task Result☐Satisfactory☐Not Satisfactory☐ Other (e.g.points)Click here to enter text.Assessor NameClick here to enter text.Assessor SignatureDateClick here to enter a date.Note: Final result of the subject/unit will be entered on Banner by the teacher/assessor once all assessment tasks have been assessed. PUBLIC Holmesglen: MT BAF 3-Feb-2017 L:\Teaching\!AQTF Documents\Training Packages\2017 S1\FNS15\FNS40615 Certificate IV in Accounting\BSBFIA401 Prepare Financial Reports\Ass\A3\2017 S1 BSBFIA401 report- task 3 C Day MT.docx
CRS159Revision 101August 2016Page 2 of 18Assessment Instruction for StudentSection A – Program/Course detailsQualification CodeFNS40615, FNS40215, FNS30315QualificationTitleCertificate 1V in Accounting, Certificate 1V in Bookkeeping, Certificate 111 in Accounts AdminSubject/Unit CodeBSBFIM401Subject/Unit TitlePrepare Financial ReportsSection B – Assessment task detailsAssessment number Task 2Semester/Year:Semester 2, 2017Assessment title:Assignment and PresentationAssessment method☐A –Direct observation/ simulation activities☒ B – Written/Verbal Questioning☐ C – Third party evidence☐ D – Portfolio/Product ☐E – Project/Report☒ F – Presentation☐ G – Role plays☐ H – Practical demonstration☐ I – OtherAssessment Task ResultsThis assessment task will be marked as:☒ Ungraded result: Satisfactory or Not Satisfactory☐ Other (e.g. points): _______Assessment TaskStudents must satisfactorily complete assignment to demonstrate skills and knowledge as outlined in the Competency and below in the assessment criteria.Section C – Assessment RequirementsConditions: The assignment is to be completed in the students own time. Use of computer resources - Office 2013, PC, Printer, Memory stick/USB/flash drive, internet accessIndividual assessment (not group work)Open Book, teacher feedback and assistance availableThe student is to provide a hard copy (printed) to the teacher with the submission cover sheet completed and signed at the front of the document.Instructions to Learner:The assignment must be word processed and presented in a businesslikeand professional manner, in line with industry standards. Summary of internet or other information sources is expected, not just copy & paste.Deadline/time limit –The due date for the assignment is in class time in session 8.The student is to provide a hard copy (printed) to the teacher with the submission cover sheet completed and signed at the front of the document.The student is to present one element of the report to another member of the group (in pairs)and be able to show an understanding of what they have written. Section D – Assessment CriteriaINTERNAL Holmesglen: chbaf 13-Apr-2017 L:\Teaching\!AQTF Documents\Training Packages\2017 S1\FNS15\FNS40615 Certificate IV in Accounting\BSBFIA401 Prepare Financial Reports\Ass\Instruction_Assessor BSBFIA401 Ass 2 V1 OL and Ev SOLUTION.docx
CRS159Revision 101August 2016Page 3 of 18Observation of competency skill or knowledge (tick)Assignment Questions and assessment criteriaSatisfactoryUnsatisfactoryKE, F-R,W GWDQuestion 1 – Student has shown evidence of research and been able to summarize in own languageKE, F-R,W,GWDQuestion 2 – Student has been able to process the information and draw conclusions.KE, F-R,W,GWDPresentation: Oral presentation –Students participated appropriately in roleplay/presentation as both client and presenter.Student asks questions and responds appropriately.Students must be able to use appropriate and relevant language.P, F-R,WQuestion 3 (1) Student needs to be able to calculate the capitalized value of the assetP, F-R,WQuestion 3(1) Student needs to be able to recognize the period for calculation of depreciation and calculate the appropriate depreciationP,K,F-R,WQuestion 3(2) Students needs to be able record transactions in general journal for depreciation calculations and disposal of an asset.P,F-R,WQuestion 3(3) Student needs to be able to correctly fill in details of the asset on the asset register card. Overall S or NSASSESSMENT TASK 2Question (1) Research each of the following areas of law (or pieces of legislation) and provide a brief overview of the purpose of the particular law. Your response should be approximately 150 – 200 words for eachOccupational Health & Safety Act 2004 (Vic) / WHS Codes of practiceThe Australian Consumer Law (ACL)INTERNAL Holmesglen: chbaf 13-Apr-2017 L:\Teaching\!AQTF Documents\Training Packages\2017 S1\FNS15\FNS40615 Certificate IV in Accounting\BSBFIA401 Prepare Financial Reports\Ass\Instruction_Assessor BSBFIA401 Ass 2 V1 OL and Ev SOLUTION.docx
Occupational Health & Safety Act 2004 (Vic) / WHS Codes of practice: The main objective of this Act is to form a legal framework to revoke the Occupational Health and SafetyAct 1985 and also to provide matters for involving a process of change and amendments by consideringchanging norms of society(Botha and Cronjé, 2015). Act aims to ensure safety, well-being, health andwelfare of all employees at work. It also ensures that the health and safety of the public are not disturbed bythe conduct of employers. Formulation and implementation of policies and principles of health and safetyAct (section 4) are supported by team work by the involvement of employers and employees (Reese, 2015)..The intent of parliament is that administration of the Act should be according to the principles of health andsafety protection set out in section 4. This Act came into functioning on 1 july2005. The Australian Consumer Law (ACL)Australian consumer law is made to protect the right and interest of every consumer in Australia. This lawdeals with fair trading practice and protects the interest of the consumer. This law replaces many formerconsumer laws, and it is applied across Australia (Zohar, 2014). Australian consumer law is scheduled toCompetition and Consumer Act 2010, and it is jointly regulated by Australian competition and consumercommission (ACCC) and state and territory consumer protection agencies. In some relevant matters,Australian Securities and investment commissions (ASIC) are also involved (Collier, 2015). In 2005 government of Australia feel to bring reforms in consumer law then in 2006, a task force is madewhich in 2008 present the draft of development and implementation national consumer law. This lawprotects consumer from misleading, unfair conduct of businesses. Goods and services which consumerpurchased are mandatorily covered by consumer guarantees (Kloss, 2013). This means businesses must fulfilall the necessary rule and regulation of ACL. .INTERNAL Holmesglen: chbaf 13-Apr-2017 L:\Teaching\!AQTF Documents\Training Packages\2017 S1\FNS15\FNS40615 Certificate IV in Accounting\BSBFIA401 Prepare Financial Reports\Ass\Instruction_Assessor BSBFIA401 Ass 2 V1 OL and Ev SOLUTION.docx
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