Individual reflection (1000 words) (20%) Task: individual written reflection This reflective piece needs to highlight the transferrable

Component A2: Individual reflection (1000 words) (20%) Task: individual written reflection This reflective piece needs to highlight the transferrable skills that have been gained/developed and how you believe your learning from the programme can be applied to your future career. (1000 words) This reflection focuses on the programme experience as a whole (not just on this module). Building on their initial personal development plans and skills audit, students will be required to critically reflect on their individual learning throughout the programme and how this has, or they believe will, help shape their future career. https://smartwriterblog.com/business-and-management/c%e2%80%8c%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8c%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8c%e2%80%8c%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8c%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8c%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8domponent-a2-indivi/ The critical reflection should provide evaluation of the extent to which they have used relevant concepts and theories to make a contribution to their future career as well as their own learning. Students must use a reflective model to underpin their reflection and also some references to support their evaluations. What is reflective writing? See: https://youtu.be/QoI67VeE3ds Marking Criteria: Component A2 The following criteria will be used in evaluating this assessment: You are asked to write an individual reflection. The most important elements in this reflection are: that you are ab‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍le to write them in a clear manner, that you are able to use and apply adequately a reflective model, select relevant experiences/examples, identify patterns of attitudes and behaviours by critically reflecting on those experiences, use some references to support your evaluations. Please see Appendix A for the detailed marking grid. Formative feedback and support during the module Formative feedback provides opportunities to reflect on your ongoing work and preparation for your assignment. You will have opportunities to discuss your work in the lectures and sessions organised in the module. Further information about this assessment is available on the Blackboard site for this module and includes: FAQs, module handbook, https://smartwriterblog.com/business-and-management/c%e2%80%8c%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8c%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8c%e2%80%8c%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8c%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8c%e2%80%8d%e2%80%8domponent-a2-indivi/ reading list. Formatting Please use the following file format(s): Word, .pdf and .ppt. We cannot ensure that other formats are compatible with markers’ software and cannot guarantee to mark incorrect formats. All work should be word processed in 12-point font Times New Roman or Arial and single spaced. The first page of your coursework must include: Your student number The module name and number Your word count Word Limit The maximum word limit for this coursework is: Component A2: 1000 wo‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍rds