Responsive Web Design Principles

Responsive Web Design Principles

Flexible images are one of the most important features of responsive webpages. Flexible images means the ability or property of the image to change their size depending on the resolution of the screen or the browser window.In the design of the pages which were not responsive the width and height ofimages is set by the use of pixels(Nikita, 2015).

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Unit 11 Strategic Quality And Systems Management

Unit 11 Strategic Quality And Systems Management

ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
THIS IS AN INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT.
YOUR ATTENTION IS DRAWN TO THE INSTITUTE REGULATIONS REGARDING PLAGIARISM
ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
 You should submit the assignment on or before the given due date.
 This is a take home assignment.
 Soft copies (WORD FORMAT) to be emailed to assignments@hrmi.lk. Email subject line must carry your name and module name / course name.
 All assignments should be spiral bound with black hard cover as the last sheet.
 A hard copy of the first page of this document and feedback sheets to be attached to the assignment front with your details.
 Clearly label the CD with your student registration number & module name and attach it to the back cover of your assignment.
 Multiple submissions for higher grading are not allowed.
 Late submissions: If you do not submit your assignment on given deadline, you will be required to pay Rs.2,000 as LATE SUBMISSION FEE. Late submission period is one month.
 In the case of a late submission your grade will be capped at ‘Pass’
 Submissions made after the late submission period will involve a penalty of Rs. 5,000. ( LATE SUBMISSION PENALTY)
 Submissions made after Three Months from the original due date will not be accepted and treated as a referral.
 If you are unable to handover your assignment on time, and have a valid reasons such as critical illness, you are required to apply in writing for an extension in advance, supported by appropriate evidence.
Resubmission opportunity
 An assignment provides the final assessment for the relevant learning outcomes and is normally a final assessment decision. A student who, for the first assessment opportunity, has failed to achieve a Pass for that unit specification shall be expected to undertake a reassessment.
- Reassessment for course work, shall normally involve the reworking of the original task.
- For examinations, reassessment shall involve a new question paper.
- A student who undertakes a reassessment will have their grade capped at a Pass for that unit.
- In the event you are required to 'redo' a particular Learning Outcome / Task of an Assignment submitted by you, you are requested to collect your 'redo' assignment from HRMI office (Polhengoda) and resubmit it within a month from the email notification.

- All the redo work must be printed in a light colour paper and stapled to the particular re-do section while the previous work is remaining in the assignment.
- If you do not submit your ‘redo’ assignment within the stipulated time period, late submission conditions will be applied.

Repeat Units
 A student, who, for the first assessment opportunity and resubmission opportunity, still failed to achieve a Pass for that unit specification, is required to re attend the module.
- The student must study the unit again with full attendance and may be required to make a payment of the unit fee.
- The overall unit grade for a successfully completed repeat unit is capped at a Pass for that unit.
- Units can only be repeated once
 Non submission of work without valid reasons will lead to an automatic REFERRAL requiring submission of the assignment with the next batch.

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Unit 33 Data Analysis Design

Unit 33 Data Analysis Design

Unit 33 Data Analysis And Design,Copyright Statement:
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This document is the product and property of the UK College of Business and Computing and therefore may not be: shared with any external third party; reproduced in full or in part; or used in any other related manner whatsoever, without prior expressed written permission. This statement is for the attention of students, staff and external parties. In the case of copyright infringement, legal action will be exercised

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BSBWHS605 Develop Implement Maintain WHS Management Systems

BSBWHS605 Develop Implement Maintain WHS Management Systems

BSBWHS605 Develop Implement Maintain WHS Management Systems

ICON College of Technology and Management HND in Travel and Tourism Management Unit 12: Hospitality Provisions in the TT Sector (Level 4) Session: February 2018
This assignment will be assessed by a written coursework consisting of 3 tasks.
Assignment Context and Scenario:
You are a trained travel and tourism executive with some exposure to the hospitality operations. As a junior management executive at a UK based hospitality organisation, you will be required to oversee hospitality projects and therefore will be posted to several sites within the company. By the end of your posting, you will be required to submit a report to the senior management to demonstrate your understanding of the hospitality operations. Your report therefore will have the following 3 tasks (next page) to be addressed.

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Unit 11 Travel And Tourism Entrepreuneur

Unit 11 Travel And Tourism Entrepreuneur

HND Assignment Brief
Session: February 2018

Programme title Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Travel and Tourism Management

Unit number and title 11 Travel and Tourism Entrepreneur

Assignment number & 1 of 1 Skills for Travel and Tourism Start-ups
title

Unit Leader N Saleem

Assessor (s) N Saleem

Issue Date

Final assignment 04-09 June 2018
submission deadline

11-16 June 2018
The learners are required to follow the strict deadline set by the
Late submission College for submissions of assignments in accordance with the BTEC
level 4 – 7 submission guidelines and College policy on submissions.
deadline
They should also refer to Merit and Distinction criteria that require

evidence of meeting agreed timelines and ability to plan and organise
time effectively without which the learner may not expect to receive a
higher grade.

Resubmission deadline TBA

In-class feedback will be available from draft submissions on a
task-by-task basis as a formative feedback and also for initial
Feedback submission.

Final feedback will be available within 2 – 3 weeks of the assignment
submission date.

The work you submit must be in your own words. If you use a quote or an illustration from somewhere you must give the source.

Include a list of references at the end of your document. You must give all
General
your sources of information.
Guidelines Make sure your work is clearly presented and that you use readily
understandable English.
Wherever possible use a word processor and its “spell-checker”.

Internal verifier Vipin Nadda

Signature (IV of the Date 03/03/2018
brief) *

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ICON College of Technology and Management
Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Travel and Tourism Management (QCF)
Session: February 2018
Unit 11: Travel and Tourism Entrepreneur Level 5

This Unit will be assessed by written assignment and a class presentation to meet the Merit Criteria

ASSIGNMENT

Assignment Context and Business Scenario

Related to LO1:

Task 1 is related to learning outcome 1 and is about your travel & tourism entrepreneurial skills and focuses on your skills and potential to be an entrepreneur in the travel and tourism sector. It is about self-assessing yourself that requires you to critically examine your strengths and weaknesses as well as your opportunities and threats as an entrepreneur.

It is strongly advised you to take a few minutes and ponder whether you can be an entrepreneur and jot down certain points why you think you are or you could become a travel and tourism entrepreneur. Also, consider identifying what skills you would need to be a successful entrepreneur.

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Unit 18 Procedural Programming

Unit 18 Procedural Programming

Unit 18 Procedural Programming,I hereby, declare that I know what plagiarism entails, namely to use another’s work and to present it as my own without attributing the sources in the correct way. I further understand what it means to copy another’s work.

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Pathophysiology Presenting Complaint Assignment

Pathophysiology Presenting Complaint Assignment

Pathophysiology of the Presenting Complaint of the Case Study

The condition presented in the reviewed case is that of appendicitis, which is defined as a condition where the appendix has been noted to have swelled in a considerable manner. The presence of the swelling and inflammation may be due to a variety of causes, with the said causes including the presence of foreign objects, intestinal worms, lymphadenitis, trauma, any kind of blockage by feces or any kind of tumor (Alvarado, 2016). Swelling or inflammation of the appendix can cause several symptoms (which can prove to be very distressing for the patients, as the observations of Anne’s case have depicted), with the most common among them being nausea, fever, vomiting and a significant degree of abdominal pain. Anorexia, muscle spasms and point tenderness of the region in question are also observed, with the advent of such symptoms being a sign of the presence of a considerable degree of discomfort from appendicitis. The various causes mentioned above have been noted to lead to the inflammation of the appendix, with the organ in question becoming edematous as well (Alvarado, 2016). The overall swelling of the organ in question has also been noted to have caused the advent of a considerable degree of pain and discomfort for Anne.

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Unit 1 Business and The Business Environment

Unit 1 Business and The Business Environment

Unit 1 Business and The Business Environment ,This assignment explores the case of H&M. Hennes and Mauritzis the largest fashion retailer in Europe at the present. Like ZARA, fashionable designs, high quality, affordable prices and its distribution system are keys to its success and rapid expansion worldwide. However, fast fashions, the most important factor of ZARA’s success, is not the one to make H&M more thriving in the market

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Higher National Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management

Higher National Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management

Higher National Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management

Edexcel, BTEC and LCCI qualifications are awarded by Pearson, the UK’s largest awarding body offering academic and vocational qualifications that are globally recognized and benchmarked. For further information, please visit our qualifications website at qualifications.pearson.com. Alternatively, you can get in touch with us using the details on our contact us page at qualifications.pearson.com/contactus

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BTEC UNIT 1 Business Environment

BTEC UNIT 1 Business Environment

AIM
The aim of this unit is to provide learners with an understanding of different organisations, the influence of stakeholders and the relationship between businesses and the local, national and global environments.
UNIT ABSTRACT
Organisations have a variety of
LEARNING OUTCOME
On successful completion of this lecture a learner will:
LO.1:Understand the organisational purposes of Business
UNIT LESSON PLAN–This is crucially following the actual unit contents, otherwise known
as Assessment Criteria (AC).

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Unit 3-Developing Manager Assignment Help

Unit 3-Developing Manager Assignment Help

Unit 3-Developing Manager Assignment Help

Introduction

This unit focuses on learners’ personal development and their career in management. It explores a range of management behaviour principles and practices. Learners can then apply this knowledge to self-appraisal, examining their potential as a prospective manager.

Using the knowledge developed throughout this qualification, learners will have the opportunity to actively demonstrate the roles and responsibilities of a manager in an appropriate context. This may be through part-time work, a work placement or simulation. This experience will enable them to consider how the unit and the programme can contribute to their career development.

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Unit 1 Business Environment Lecture Note Nine

Unit 1 Business Environment Lecture Note Nine

AIM
The aim of this unit is to provide learners with an understanding of different organisations, the influence of stakeholders and the relationship between businesses and the local, national and global environments.
UNIT ABSTRACT
Organisations have a variety of
LEARNING OUTCOME
On successful completion of this lecture a learner will:
LO.4: Be able to assess the significance of the global factors that shape national business activities
UNIT LESSON PLAN–This is crucially following the actual unit contents, otherwise known
as Assessment Criteria (AC).
This lecture will attempt to show the learner how to

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