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Title of Assignment
Project Report
Specific Learning Outcomes of Assessment
On completion of this assessment, the learner will be able to:
Negotiate, organise and complete a work-based learning research project within agreed specifications and resources
Make justified recommendations based on appropriate research to enable the identified problem to be overcome or the opportunity to be addressed in a constructive way
Appreciate the importance of addressing the individual and social aspects of effecting change
Apply a range of business and service improvement techniques to the workplace, based on the findings of rigorous research.
Generic Learning Skills Outcomes of Assignment
The assignment aims to assess the students ability to:
Become more reflective management practitioners, and take responsibility for their personal development and their performance within workplace teams
Apply appropriate theoretical tools and techniques to specific management problems
Demonstrate cognitive skills of critical thinking, analysis and synthesis
Diagnose specific management problems and identify appropriate solutions
Content of Assignment
1. Submission of a report relating to the agreed project to include:
• Title Page* – including name of institution, project title, full name, month and year of submission.
• Acknowledgements* – however, respect the right to anonymity of both individuals and institutions that form the subjects of your research.
• Abstract* – is a short summary of 50 words which should be written in the past tense and in the third person.
• Contents Page*
• Table List (where applicable)*
• Figures List (where applicable)*
• List of Acronyms (where applicable)*
• Introduction – incorporate the research aims, relevance, expected value of the findings and questions that you want to answer.
• Literature Review – demonstrate your awareness of the issues and research that have preceded your work so that you can develop an informed argument.
• Methodology – description of the research methods that will be used, showing your awareness of the strengths and limitations, as well as an acknowledgement of ethical guidelines.
• Analysis and Outcomes – analyse your findings through scrutinising your data to surprising, conflicting, ambiguous results, as well as data which appears to corroborate your own hypotheses. Briefly reflect on the effectiveness of your research methods. Some of the evidence on which the discussion is based should be incorporated in the text.
• Discussion of the Findings – compare and contrast your literature review with your information gleaned in the previous section, and consider how it contributes to your research questions.
• Conclusions – should also reflect on the impact of the research process on the personal and professional development of the author.
• Recommendations – for both the site of the research and for similar organisations.
• Appendices – could include your research methods data, observations sheets, sample questionnaires, etc.

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Module Synopsis
This is a work-based module that enables participants to integrate the learning that has taken place on the programme with the intention of implementing practical innovation and improvement within the workplace. Participants will be introduced to a variety of business and service improvement techniques ranging from creative thinking through to diagnosis, analysis, problem solving, managing change, planning and implementation. The main aim of the module is to allow participants to identify and diagnose areas of improvement relative to the workplace, and to recommend workable solutions to work- related organisational issues and problems.
The module builds upon the skills developed within level one of the programme. It allows participants to negotiate the content with the tutor and a workplace mentor to ensure that it is individually tailored to the aims of their project and their personal development needs. Participants are expected to draw upon the knowledge gained from level one and complementary level two modules. They are expected to contextualise the learning undertaken from the taught component of the programme, and to integrate the links between theory and practice, within the context of their own working environment. The module has been designed to help develop the technical and social skills and the fundamental knowledge to successfully complete a simple work-based project. Social skills will be developed through an exploration the individual and groups.
Note: Please use appropriate theories to link in and also using communication model.
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