Assignment brief – QCF BTEC (Level 3)Assignment front sheet | Qualification | Unit number and title | BTEC Level 3 90 Credit Diploma in Business | Unit 2 Business Resources | Learner name | Assessor name | | Rasheed Adedokun, Michael Boadu | Date issued | Hand in deadline | Submitted on | 8.12.14 | 18.12.14 | | | | Assignment title | Business Resources ;- Assignment 2 | In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria.
Travel & Public Services Course: BTEC Level 3 National in Uniformed Public Services Unit Title & Number: Unit 2 Leadership and Teamwork in the Public Services Assignment Number: 2 of 2 Unit Tutor: Caroline Kelly / Shane Spafford |Issue Date: | |Task 3: (P5, P6, M4, D3)
Queen Elizabeth’s School Faculty of Business Education BTEC First in Business Assignment Briefing Document Unit 3: Financial forecasting for business Issued: Deadline: The tasks relating to your QE Enterprise Business need to be completed as part of your Unit 17 group work and deadlines will be set separately. INSTRUCTIONS FOR LEARNERS 1. Your teacher(s) will tell you how long
Faculty of Business & Vocational Studies BTEC Level 3 National in Public Services Assignment Briefing Document Unit 1: Government, Policies and the Public Services (10 credits) INSTRUCTIONS FOR LEARNERS 1. Your teacher(s) will tell you how long you have to complete the assignment and the access you may have to resources. 2. Read the Assignment carefully and make sure that you understand the work
Unit 4 : Impact of the Use of IT on Business Systems Unit code: K/601/7260 QCF Level 3: BTEC National Credit value: 10 Guided learning hours: 60 Aim and purpose The aim of this unit is to ensure learners understand the effects developments in IT have on organisations and how organisations respond to these developments, and enable learners to propose IT-enabled improvements to business systems. Unit introduction Developments in IT have had a major impact on the way
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Unit 8: Unit code: QCF Level 3: Credit value: e-Commerce A/601/7313 BTEC National 10 Guided learning hours: 60 Aim and purpose The aim of this unit is to ensure that learners know the technologies involved in e-commerce, understand the impact of e-commerce on organisations and on society, and that they are able to plan e-commerce strategies. Unit introduction One of the most important developments in business in recent times has been the increasing use of ecommerce. It has revolutionised