Industry Skills Project

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ASSESSMENT 4 BRIEF
Subject Code and Title IND101A – Industry Skills Project
Assessment 4 Work-based tasks presentation
Individual/Group Individual
Length 5 minutes (+/- 10%)
Learning Outcomes a) Develop understanding of work-based tasks and completed
assigned work in a business environment
b) Demonstrate workplace behaviours appropriate to context
c) Identify career learning goals and professional development
needs, and develop a plan to proceed
d) Demonstrate awareness of self and others within a
professional context
Submission F2F Students: In class week 12 (Module 4)
Online students: in online class or via recorded
presentation submission via the Blackboard by end of
class time in Week 12
Weighting 20%
Total Marks 100 marks

Task summary:
You are required to produce a presentation that reflects on your practicum, your work on the
group project and what you have learnt about employment attributes and workplace
engagement, tasks completed, and yourself during this course. This learning will enable you to
assess your professional and personal development journey, and any development needs going
forward.
Your presentation should be maximum 5 minutes long and presented with visual aids i.e. Power
Point, Prezi, Canva or similar program.
Context:
In the rapidly changing world of work, it is important to adapt to changing environments, learn
new skills and display employability attributes and skills that are desired by workplaces. Once
we enter a work environment, we are usually so focused on our duties that we do not reflect
on our performance or behaviours. This assessment is a culmination of your learning about

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employment attributes, skills and behaviours that that are desirable by organisations.
Task Instructions:
You and your team recently presented to a client your solutions and suggestions for their
business challenge that has been outlined in the live brief for the Practicum (work-based)
project.
You will now develop a 5-minute presentation to be presented to your peers. In this
presentation you will reflect and summarise your learning, demonstrating the valuable handson experience you have gained by completing real work tasks for a real client, as outlined in
the brief (your practicum project). You will describe your role, contributions and areas for
further development.
The presentation should include the following:
Professional presentation materials, using Power Point, Prezi, Canva or similar program.
Do not over-rely on text on your slides, or read from the slides. Be engaging and
engaged!
Summary of your role within the project and evaluation of your contributions to the
project and team-work
Self-reflection:
o what attributes and skills were the most important for you in completing the
Practicum project?
o what have you learned and what would you do differently the next time you
contribute to a group project like this?
o what have you enjoyed most in this experience?
o which skills and attributes do you feel you need to develop further? What could
you do to develop these skills further?
Provide a summary of your hours worked (using WIL hours and tasks log template)
In appendix, provide evidence of tasks undertaken (any deliverables, your journal or
description on the WIL spreadsheet)
Submission Instructions:
Presentations will take place live online or in class in Week 12. Please be available for
questions and answers at the end.
All students are required to submit presentation assessment documents in .pptx or .pdf via
the Assessment link in the main navigation menu
on the day of your class in week 12 or prior.
Students unable to attend on campus or online classes are required to i) seek approvals from
the learning facilitator ii) submit a pre-recorded presentation via Blackboard.

Learning Rubric: Assessment 3 Group

Assessment
Attributes
Fail (Unacceptable) (Functional) Pass (Proficient) Credit (Advanced) Distinction High (Exceptional) Distinction
Effective Verbal
Communication
(15%)
Verbal communication
lacks clarity and no
attempt to engage the
listener is made.
Verbal communication
lacks clarity but there is
an attempt to engage
the listener as an active
participant in the
presentation
Verbal communication is
mostly clear, and articulate
but does not engage the
listener as an active
participant
Verbal communication is clear,
articulate and engaging, going
beyond reading a script to
discussing the content with
the audience in a way that
causes them to reflect.
Verbal communication is clear,
articulate and engaging, going
beyond reading a script to
discussing the content and using
tactics designed to engage the
listener to be an active
participant in the presentation
and reflect on its content.
Effective Visual
Communication
(15%)
Visual communication
is primarily a
reproduction of text
and is not visually
appealing.
Little use of
presentation aids, or
the presentation aids
and material used are
irrelevant
Visual communication is
primarily writing and
images but is visually
appealing.
Presentation aids are
used more for effect
than relevance
Visual communication is
primarily writing and
images but shows some
elements of innovation in
the visual elements of the
presentation.
Effective use of
presentation aids
Visual communication goes
beyond writing and images to
reproduce content in a visual
way using graphs, charts,
diagrams.
Effective use of diverse
presentation aids, including
graphics and multi- media
Visual communication goes
beyond writing and images to
reproduce content in a visual
way using graphs, charts,
diagrams, info graphics and
other innovative visual
communication tools.
Highly creative and visual
methods employed to deliver
the presentation structure
Reflection and
evaluation of
Work Integrated
Learning (WIL)
tasks in work
based project
(20%)
Limited understanding
of key concepts
required to complete
WIL tasks.
Does not evaluate or
analyse any work
related tasks
Adequate reflection and
evaluation of WIL tasks.
Provides a substantial
description and list of
tasks completed and
own contribution
towards their
completion.
Well-developed reflection
and evaluation of WIL
tasks. Provides a
substantial description and
list of tasks completed and
own contribution towards
their completion.
Provides a thorough reflection
and evaluation of WIL tasks.
Provides a substantial
description and list of tasks
completed and own
contribution towards their
completion.
Expertly evaluates the WIL tasks.
Provides a thorough description
and list of tasks completed and
own contribution towards their
completion.

 

Self-reflection
(20%)
Limited response to
the self-reflection
elements listed in the
Assessment Brief
instructions
Adequate response to
the self- reflection
elements listed in the
Assessment Brief
instructions
Well-developed response
to the self- reflection
elements listed in the
Assessment Brief
instructions
Advanced response to the
Self- reflection elements listed
in the Assessment Brief
instructions
Sophisticated response to
the self- reflection
elements listed in the
Assessment Brief
instructions
Evidence of tasks
undertaken
(30%)
Never participated in
work task activities.
Does not present any
evidence of hours
worked
Rarely participated in
work task activities
Describes the steps in
the process of analysing
strategic issues
Is able to provide
evidence of hours
worked
Often participated in work
task activities
Clearly describes the
analysis and elaborates
each step of process
Is able to provide evidence
of hours worked
Frequently participated in
work task activities and
showed initiative to complete
work tasks.
Identifies key premises of a
strategy to analyse issues and
elaborate each step in the
analytic process
Is able to provide evidence of
hours worked
Always participated in work task
activities and took proactive
approach to task completion.
Shows innovation in the process
of analysis and elaborates pros
and cons considered for each
key step of analysis
Is able to provide evidence of
hours worked