Name: ______________________ Student ID: ______________________ Email Address: ________________ Class: ______________________
Unit name: _____
Unit Code: ______________________________________________
I declare that –
a. The evidence I have submitted for assessment is my own work, and
b. The evidence I have submitted for assessment has not been shared with other students, and I have taken all reasonable precautions to ensure that my work cannot be accessed by other students that may seek to submit my work as their own, and
c. All of the sources of information used to prepare my work have been, or may be accurately cited, and
d. I retain a copy of all my original for my own records, or for resubmission if required by
Academia Australia, and
e. I have read and understood Academia Australia’s policy regarding plagiarism, and I accept the right of Academia Australia to investigate suspected plagiarism, and to act in accordance with the policy and procedure I have read.
Student Signature: __________________________________________
Date of Submission: ___ / /20
• You must achieve a satisfactory outcome for each of the required criteria of this assessment to be deemed satisfactory for this assessment. You must achieve a satisfactory result for the assessments for this unit of competency to achieve a competent result for the unit. If one or more of the assessment results are not satisfactory, you will be Not Yet Competent for this unit.
• You may follow the Assessment Appeals process in the Student Handbook (www.academia21.com) if you are not satisfied with: o the assessment result; or
o the way an assessment was carried out by your trainer; or o the conditions or structure of the assessment
The student handbook has the steps for reassessment if you receive a Not Yet Competent mark and do not want to appeal.
Reasonable adjustment for assessment
Where students have highlighted Language, Literacy and Numeracy issues reasonable adjustment to the assessment can be made. Should you receive a ‘Not Yet Competent’ or ‘Resubmit’ result for the assessment you will be given the opportunity to re-submit your assessment work with any amendments requested by your trainer. The adjustment may include actions such as:
• Student demonstrating knowledge through verbal discussion to identify correct answers
• Student demonstrating knowledge through applied skills
• Allowing additional time relating to disability
• Through consultation amending assessment timeframes
• Assistance in the form of the training location to allow easier access
• Accessing relevant equipment or aids to assist the student
• Adjustments to the assessment methods to cater for any special needs (without effecting the integrity of the outcome)
If a student requests or is identified as requiring reasonable adjustment to the training and assessment process a detailed training and assessment plan including timetables, notes regarding the required adjustments, and any related communications regarding the adjustments must be maintained in the students file.
The RTO Manager must review and authorise any request for ‘reasonable adjustment’ to ensure that any adjustments and resulting outcomes are not affecting the integrity of the training and assessment process.
Location of and completion timeframes for assessment
The location of the assessment will depend upon the nature of the assessment. Direct observation of student’s skills will be assessed in the class room at Academia, the timeframes for these assessments will be related to the scheduled times of the classes. Other assessments such as; role plays, in class activities, presentations and written tests will be conducting in the classroom. The timeframes and due dates for these assessments, as well as any reports, projects or research assignments, are documented in the stage outlines. Stage outlines are handed out at the beginning of each term.
SITXGLC001 Research and comply with regulatory requirements
In Class Assessment 1 - (Research Report)
This assessment is to be prepared in the form of a professional research report, including introduction, body, conclusion and referencing. The purpose of this assignment is to identify a business’s legal obligations and liabilities to all stake holders. These stake holders are owners and investors, employees and contractors’ suppliers and service providers as well as various levels of councils and government departments. The businesses obligations are to ensure it is compliant with all laws and codes that apply to it and remain compliant over time as laws and codes may change.
You are required to look at a small hotel of your choice within the hospitality and travel Industry, for example, a hotel that offers 50 plus rooms, restaurant, bar, function room, concierge or booking service as well as guest facilities such as a pool or gym and car park.
In the introduction please identify
• The business,
• The location.
• The opening/closing hours.
• Target market.
The business must be licensed and located within a capital city of a state or territory in Australia where work placement is undertaken.
What are the core activities of this business and what are products and services offered.?
What is the type of business structure that it has and explain the advantages and disadvantages of this structure.
List and explain the legal requirements to both the government and the various stakeholders when opening and operating your business.
Research and outline 10 licences and or permit that your business will require by using the following
links. Show who regulates the licence, what the cost of the licence as and what the penalty and risk
may be for not having the licence. Put this in to a table format https ://ablis.business.gov.au/search/service and https://www.business.gov.au/Planning/Templates-and-tools/Industry-factsheets/Accommodation-andfood-services-industry-fact-sheet#licences
Fill in application with APRA for a music licence for your restaurant and include completed application form. https://onemusic.com.au/licences/
Define your Taxation and superannuation obligations, fair work obligations, Privacy obligations and fair-trade Australian consumer law obligations
List and explain two compulsory insurance policies that a business must have and who provides them.
List and explain two types of asset protection insurance policies that a business should have and who provides them
List and explain two income protection insurance policies that a business could have and who provides them.
Outline three brief scenarios where external legal advice needs to be obtained.
Use one of each key area of
• Fait trade,
• Fair work
Clearly define an issue for each. The department and legislation of each and who can provide appropriate legal advice.
Research Report Comments
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SITXGLC001 Research and comply with regulatory requirements
Report presented in a professional format (introduction, body, conclusion and referencing).
Overview of the business explained in detail.
Business structure explained.
Advantages/Disadvantages of this business structure explained.
10 licences and permits listed and explained.
Completed APRA application
Basic taxation to operate a business explained.
Consequences for non-compliance explained.
Two types of compulsory insurances also provide two types of asset protection insurance and two types of income protection insurance
Three scenarios of legal advice
Legislation of Fair Work, Fair Trade and Taxation
Departments and legal advice identified
Total Marks out of 36
Student is satisfactory for this assessment task: Yes Not Yet
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Trainer’s Signature Date