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BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Business

Unit # 02: Business Resources

|Learner Name |Learner ID |BTEC Registration No : |
| | | |
|Programme |Assignment title |Unit no. & title |
|BTEC BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Business |The Impact of Non-Financial Resources |Unit 2: Business Resources |
|Activity |Date Issued |First Submission / |Resubmission authorisation |
| | |resubmission?* |by Lead Internal Verifier* |
|Oral presentation | | | |
|(power-point tools) | | | |
|*All resubmissions must be authorized by the Lead Internal Verifier. Only one resubmission is possible per assignment, providing: |
|The learner has met initial deadlines set in the assignment, or has met an agreed deadline extension. |
|The tutor considers that the learner will be able to provide improved evidence without further guidance. |
|Evidence submi9tted for assessment has been authenticated and accompanied by a signed and dated declaration of authenticity by the learner. |
|**Any resubmission evidence must be submitted within 10…...

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