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Assessment Criteria | diagnostic criteria for alcohol withdrawal assessment

You will be assessed on the following criteria:

For Part A:

  1. Your demonstrated understanding of the unit material and the ability to apply that material to the assessment question (100%).

For Part B:

  1. Demonstrated understanding of the unit material and the ability to apply that material to the assessment question (80%)
  2. E?ective communication: you are able to write a coherent and logical argument in support of your answers (10%)
  1. Presentation: Your assignment is formatted appropriately, and uses proper spelling, grammar and style (10%)
  1. Referencing: The appropriate referencing format is used, consistently and correctly. Up to 4 marks can be reduced from Part B for incorrect referencing.

Referencing Style

 American Psychological Association (APA)

Submission

Online

Submission Instructions

Submission must be made via the online submission facility in Moodle.

Learning Outcomes Assessed

Apply the fundamental principles of business ethics and corporate governance in a range of contexts

Given a case study, analyse ethical decision-making issues at the individual, group, and organisational levels

Assessment Criteria | diagnostic criteria for alcohol withdrawal assessment

Practice ethical decision-making using appropriate strategies and models in a given context

Formulate solutions to ethical problems in organisations using e?ective ethics programs

Discuss and debate business ethics in a culturally-diverse global environment

Construct and defend a position for a given ethical problem based on values and knowledge of ethical behaviour across cultures.

Graduate Attributes

Communication

Information Literacy

Cross Cultural Competence

Ethical practice