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Work cannot be submitted if the period of 5 working days after the deadline has passed (unless there is an approved extension). Failure to submit within the relevant period will mean that you have failed the assessment.
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Portfolio Tasks
This is an individual Assignment Portfolio. In order to pass the assignment, you must product work of a Pass standard across all three tasks.
The following limits must be adhered to: Task Task description Length 1 Write a cover letter for a client, responding to a job advert 1 page
2 Write a bullet point report plan 1 page
3 Prepare a report explaining the cultural and communication causes of the communication breakdown at Access Wimbledon 1000 words.
Task 1: (Cover Letter)
Lydia Hamilton has been working in the events and fundraising industry for many years and would like a change. She has seen a job advert for a position as Fundraising and Events Manager.
You are a recruitment consultant and Lydia has asked you to help her by writing a cover letter to be sent along with her CV in response to the advert.
Your task is to read Lydia’s CV and the job advert carefully and write a professionally formatted cover letter for Lydia that will demonstrate to the prospective employer that Lydia has the skills and experience required to perform the job as advertised.
Formatting guidance You should select and follow a letter format from one of the templates on the VLE The letter should include sender’s details, recipient’s details, a salutation and a signature. These should be appropriately and consistently formatted The text of the letter should be structured professionally. You should follow the guidelines from the VLE on opening and closing paragraphs as well as paragraph structure Each paragraph in the body of the text should be structured around a single idea
Note: The cover letter should demonstrate the client’s ability to perform the job they are applying for