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    The Personal Insight unit is a compulsory unit offered in Deakin’s Bachelor of Commerce program and is also available to students from other programs and faculties within the University. The University recognises the importance of students gaining professional identity skills to enable them to understand them through Personal Insight.  The unit aims to broaden students’ self-awareness and understanding of the sophistication their career preparedness and means of communication necessary to be successful in both their business and personal lives.


    Assessment 1 (Individual) - My Action Plan - Reflection on Skills (GLOs) - 1500 words - 25%

    Assessment 2 (Group of 3) - My Profile and Brand - 1000 words and 1-minute video for each student in group - 15%

    Assessment 3 (Individual) - My Application and Career - Develop and prepare an application - 3000 words - 40%

    Assessment 4 (Individual) - My Interview - Mock-up interviews and peer-to-peer assessments - 1000 words - 20%

    代写 MWL101  Personal Insight My Action Plan

    Trimester2, 2016
    Assignment 1 – Career Action Plan
    DUE DATE AND TIME:                    Week 4: Friday, 5 August, 9am
    HURDLE DETAILS:                    No Hurdle

    Learning Outcome Details

    Unit Learning Outcome (ULO) Graduate Learning Outcome (GLO)
    ULO 1: Develop a personal action plan within the context of 21st century career opportunities.
    ULO 2: Demonstrate the professional communication of your readiness to engage in the business
    GLO6: Self management including the critical self reflection on personal strengths, weaknesses, limitations, and identifying the gaps in knowledge and  skills for a work ready situation


    You will be investigating intern or graduate job opportunities to determine the expectations of employers and the industry requirements. You will then reflect on your own skills, experiences and gaps in your knowledge and skills and how you will aim to meet those standards. You will produce a personal review and plan, using business formatting and language.
    There are three required sections for the assignment, described below.

    1.      Research and select an internship (or similar) or your dream graduate role. Investigate the industry expectations of your selected position.
    What skills and knowledge are expected? Consider presenting this in two parts:
    a.      Personal soft skills (e.g. teamwork, enthusiasm)
    b.      Job specific knowledge and skills (e.g. database management, customer service, bookkeeping, event management, social media campaign analysis)
    Suitable methods for addressing this section and suggestions for suitable sources will be covered in seminars 1-2.
    Suggested word count: 400 – 500 words
    2.      Review your current capabilities, discipline knowledge and areas where you are developing skills or knowledge.
    a.      Complete the assessment tools in Career Guru and the Chandler Macleod sites. Make sure you save or take a screen shot of the results. Prepare a list or diagram showing your key findings. Full copies of these will be presented in your appendices.
    b.      Review your experiences and identify relevant experiences and results that showcase your abilities. Note that you will have the opportunity in seminars to discuss these in groups, but suggestions may include community or volunteer activities, school leadership roles, sporting activities or casual work.
    c.       Review your academic performance to date. Are there any units where you have done well, shown specific abilities, or particularly enjoyed?
    d.      Discuss your key findings clearly demonstrating your strengths and areas for improvement.
    In seminars 1-3 you will be introduced to a number of self-assessment tools and activities.
    Suggested word count: 500 – 600 words
    3.      What skills, experience and knowledge do you need to develop?
    a.      Describethe skillsandknowledgethat you need to develop to meet industry standards.
    b.      Propose strategies for developing your skills and knowledge. These may include academic studies, selecting a relevant major, work experience opportunities, volunteering, etc.
    c.       Provideatimelineforthedevelopmentofyourskillsandknowledge over the next 12 months.
    Examples and suggestions will be covered in seminars 2-3 and in the group work covered in the seminars.
    Suggested word count: 500 words

    Presentation and formatting

    Word limit is 1500±10% words.
    Use a clear font such as Times New Roman, Ariel, Calibri or Tahoma.  Text font size should be 12 pt. Any tables or diagrams should be 10 pt.
    Headings must be bold. Use headings effectively to show the reader how you have structured your work.
    Use clear, precise language for all sections. Business writing requires the author to write for a business audience. Business audiences expect that you will introduce the topic, present all the key findings or information and then provide a clear result. The result may be a summary of your findings for Section 2 or conclusion at the end of this assignment.
    Sections that are required:
    ·         Title page
    ·         Industry and Job Requirements
    ·         My Capabilities
    ·         My Action Plan
    ·         Appendices: Include a copy of your job advert or listing (1 page); copies of information from industry bodies and/ or  discipline information (max 2 pages); copies of your personal self-evaluations.
    Studentsmust correctly use the Harvard style of referencing and report format.

    代写 MWL101  Personal Insight My Action Plan

    Submission Instructions

    You will submit this work as a business report. A template is available on the unit site. Your work must be submitted as a word document or PDF.
    You must keep a backup copy of every assignment you submit, until the marked assignment has been returned to you.  In the unlikely event that one of your assignments is misplaced, you will need to submit abackup copy.
    Any work you submit may be checked by electronic or other means for the purposes of detecting collusion and/or plagiarism.
    When you are required to submit an assignment through your CloudDeakinunit site, you will receive an email to your Deakin email address confirming that it has been submitted. You should check that you can see your assignment in the Submissions view of the Assignment dropbox folder after upload, and check for, and keep, the email receipt for the submission.
    Please note: when your submission is being marked, the assignment drop box will be hidden. You will not be able to view your submission during this time.

    Late submission

    Extensions can only be approved by the Unit Chair (Dr Marion Steel). Extensions can begrantedfor documented serious illness (not just on the day the assignment is due!) or forcompassionatereasons under extenuating circumstances. The Unit Chair can ask to see how much work hasbeencompleted before granting anextension. You will be asked to provide evidence to support your request.
    Work or holiday reasons or other assignments are NOT grounds for an extension – you are expected to managetheseissuesaspartofyourstudies.Youarestronglyencouragedtostartearlyandtocontinuallybackupyourassignmentasyouprogress.ComputercrashesorcorruptedfileswillNOTbeacceptedasvalidreasons for an extension of anylength.
    You may find further information about this at theSpecial Consideration webpage

    Penalties for latesubmission

    Assignmentsorotherassessmenttasksconductedduringthetrimestersubmittedlatewithoutanextension being granted will not be marked. These will be held until final grading and may betakeninto consideration in a pass/failsituation.


    Students are strongly recommended to check originality through Turnitin, prior to submittingthefinal assessment.



    Academic Integrity, Plagiarism andCollusion

    Plagiarismandcollusionconstituteextremelyseriousbreachesofacademicintegrity.Theyareformsof cheating, and severe penalties are associated with them, including cancellation of marks foraspecificassignment,foraspecificunitorevenexclusionfromthecourse.Ifyouareeverindoubtabout how to properly use and cite a source of information, consult your lecturer or StudySupport
    ·         Plagiarism occurs when a student passes off as the student’s own work, or copieswithoutacknowledgementastoitsauthorship,theworkofanyotherpersonorresubmitstheirownwork from a previous assessmenttask.
    ·         Collusionoccurswhenastudentobtainstheagreementofanotherpersonforafraudulentpurpose, with the intent of obtaining an advantage in submitting an assignment orotherwork.
    Worksubmittedmaybereproducedand/orcommunicatedbytheuniversityforthepurposeofassuring academic integrity ofsubmissions.

    Can I recycle my ownwork?

    Deakinstudentsarenotpermittedtorecycletheirassessmentwork,orpartsofassessmentwork,without the approval of the unit chair of their current unit. This includes work submittedforassessmentatanotheracademicinstitution.Ifstudentswishtoreuseorextendpartsofpreviouslysubmittedwork,thentheyshoulddiscussthiswiththeunitchairpriortothesubmissiondate.

    Building evidence of your experiences, skills andknowledge

    Building a portfolio that evidences your skills, knowledge and experience will provide you withavaluable tool to help you prepare for interviews and to showcase to potential employers.  Therearea number of tools that you can use to build a portfolio. You are provided with cloud spacethroughOneDrive,orthroughthePortfoliotoolintheCloudUnitSite,butyoucanuseanystoragerepositorysystem that youlike.
    Remember that a Portfolio is YOUR tool. You should be able to store your assessmentwork,reflections, achievements and artefacts in YOUR Portfolio. Once you have completedthisassessmentpiece,addittoyourpersonalPortfoliotouseandshowcaseyourlearninglater,whenapplying for jobs, or further studies. Curate your work by adding meaningful tags to yourartefactsthat describe what the artefactrepresents.


    ·         For more information about academic misconduct, special consideration, extensions, and assessment feedback, please refer to the documentYour rights and responsibilities as a student in this Unitin the first folder next to the Unit Guide of the Resources area in the CloudDeakin unit site.
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