Using the Right Resources

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Assignment brief – QCF BTEC
Assignment front sheet

Qualification | Unit number and title | BTEC Level 3 Business | Unit 2 - Business Resources | Learner name | Assessor name | | |

Date issued | Hand in deadline | Submitted on | w/c 12th January 2015 | w/c 25th January 2015 | |

Assignment title | Assignment 3 - Having the Right Resources |

In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. Indicate the page numbers where the evidence can be found. |

Criteria reference | To achieve the criteria the evidence must show that the learner is able to: | Evidence: | P3 | Describe the main physical and technological resources required in the operation of a selected organisation. | Report | M1 | Explain how the management of human, physical and technological resources can improve the performance of a selected organisation. | Report | D1 | Evaluate how managing resources and controlling budget costs can improve the performance of a business. | Report |

Learner declaration | I certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own. I have clearly referenced any sources used in the work. I understand that false declaration is a form of malpractice. Learner signature: Date: |

Assignment brief

Qualification | BTEC Level 3 in Business | | Unit number and title | | | Assessor name | | | Date issued | | | Hand in deadline | | | | | |

Assignment title | Assignment 3 - Having the Right Resources |

Purpose of this assignment:LO1. Know how human resources are managedLO2. Know the purpose of managing physical and technological resources | Scenario:Now that you have looked at financial and human resources, Howard needs you to look at the…...

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