University of Huddersfield
The Business School
Assessment Handbook and Marking Guide
During the course of the year, you will have engaged in a process of self-analysis in relation to your professional skills and should have made demonstrable progress in advancing specific skills competencies. We assess this learning and developments at two stages. The first assessment falls in the first term when you will have to undertake a process of self-analysis and present an action plan for the remainder of the year. The second assessment falls at the end of the second teaching term when you will need to present a portfolio that demonstrates your progress and learning.
Each student will have a different starting point (some students having extensive working experience, others having limited work experience, some having very little) and so the nature of development will therefore vary considerably between students.
Assessment and the module learning outcomes
The assessment has been designed to meet the learning outcomes. The table below shows the learning outcomes for the module. You will need to demonstrate all of the following to pass the module.
Exercise: Circle the key words in the learning outcomes. Which are important? How can you demonstrate these?
Module Learning Outcomes