Task for report and appendices, Risk Management

The task for Report & Appendices

The main aim of the appendices is to show a series of graphical and descriptive material which demonstrate your technical knowledge of the process eg programme ,risk register, quality plan, health and safety assessment of strategic risks.

The main aim of the report is to rationalise and justify your choices with reference to theory and evidence. You are encouraged to be creative and sound in your solutions and professional and ethical in your approach. You may also have to justify the later these qualities in your report. Note that not all areas will have the same weighting and will be marked on balance.

Report criteria

You will be marked on the 3 criteria below

  • The understanding of the technical and management control and the principles of the subject area. A maximum of 40% will be available for technical excellence in the use of tools in the appendix)
  • The evidence for research and theory and practice to justify and rationalise your practice (you will be awarded up to 60 % of your marks for the reporting excellence and interpretation of decision making and control of the above
  • The professional and ethical approach to the problem process and solution You will lose marks directly for a poor approach to professionalism and lack of consideration of ethics. You will gain marks for innovative and effective solutions that promote value, reputation and professional robustness.
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