Managing People and Careers Portfolio
Instruction For Assessments
You have a choice for 3 job opportunity, appearing for the fictitious job vacancy for the final assessment you have to make a portfolio containing a component listed below. This is to aware you to start a learning process and generate the skills required other important information will be shred during the seminars which is lead to week 9 -10 in this seminar you will be practicing your skills for the job vacancy and other job opportunities, you will have learned how you are going to be appear for the job. And other details are shared below, marking would be given according to mark schemes.
The Components/Documents Required are Mentioned Below, and Should be Arranged in One Document.
- Cover letter (500 words)
- job application answers to the provided question (200 words for each answer, 5 questions to attempt)
- CV (600 words)
- notes from the seminar (200 words in pointers)
- notes from seminar assessment practices (200 words in bullet form)
- total maximum word count will be 2500, combined in one document, except reference and templates.
Your combined document's quality will contribute to your marks, so please format it in good quality and manner. There is no specific format of CV and cover letter, how you will design this is up to you but it should be in a neat and tidy manner. We advised you to create each document separately and then cut, copy & paste it in one final document. Please take time and make it properly as it is going to be contributed in your final markings.
how will your work be assessed?
Your work will be checked by expertise through the marking rubric on Moodle. The feedback will also be provided you will be eligible to see your marks and feedback so that you can perform well in future assignments.
Referencing: in your reflection notes the external source has must tell you about your work, you must go through it, read it out thoroughly and work on that, use the Harvard system to reference, as your academic content/research is not appropriate / required for this module.