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).More info →
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Multiple submissions for higher grading are not allowed.
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Higher National Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management
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Unit 3-Developing Manager Assignment Help
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.More info →
Unit 29 Health Promotion
Session: February 2018
HND Assignment Brief
|Programme title||CPK 36 Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND Health and Social Care|
|Unit number and title||Unit 29||Health Promotion|
|Assignment number and||1 of 1||Enabling Service Users in the UK to promote good health|
|Assessor (s)||Dr Tosin Alo; Mr Gideon Efere; Mr Uchenna Umezurike|
|Issue Date||February 26, 2018|
|Final assignment||11-16 June 2018|
|18 -23 June 2018|
|The learners are required to follow the strict deadline set by the College|
|Late submission deadline||for submissions of assignments in accordance with the BTEC level 4 – 7|
|submission guidelines and College policy on submissions. 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.|
|Feedback||Formative feedback will be in class during the semester.|
|Final feedback will be available within 2 -3 weeks of the submission date.|
|General||The work you submit must be in your own words. If you use a quote or an|
|Guidelines||illustration from somewhere you must give the source.|
|Include where possible in text citation and a bibliography at the end of your|
|document. You must give all your sources of information using|
|Harvard referencing system.|
|There is a glossary at the end of the assignment that will help you|
|understand the command words for the assignment.|
|Make sure||your work is clearly presented and that you use correct|
|Wherever possible use a word processor and its “spell-checker”.|
|Internal verifier||Morris A Anglin|
|Signature (IV||of||Morris Anglin||Date||16/01/2018|
ICON College of Technology and Management
Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Health and Social Care (QCF)
Unit 29: Health Promotion
Session: February 2018
Recommended Word limit: Maximum 3,500More info →
Unit 16 Understanding Specific Needs in Health and Social Care
ICON College of Technology and Management
Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Health and Social Care (QCF)
Unit 16: Understanding Specific Needs in Health and Social Care (L5)
Session: February 2018
Recommended Word limit: Maximum 3,500
This Unit will be assessed by assignment
You are strongly advised to read “Preparation guidelines of the Coursework Document” before answering your assignment.
Meeting the diverse demands of service users with specific requirements is integral to the work in Health and Social Care services. As a Care Worker, you will need to know the ways that service users respond to these demands and how perceptions of service users with such needs are influenced and can change over time. The care requirements of service users will be investigated, together with the way in which legislations, organisations and services support those needs.More info →
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An understanding of database tools and technologies is key to many of today’s industries. Database systems are predominant in the world of IT, and continue to demand more complex data structures and interface, as applications get increasingly sophisticated.
Databases provide the infrastructure to many organisations, and they offer support to key business applications and information systems. The most common database model used commercially is the relational one.
The aim of this unit is to provide a knowledge and understanding of database systems including design principles, practical implementation and development skills for both the system designer and software engineer. The importance of structured query languages should be stressed, in terms of how they can be used to manipulate data and how they are used for a variety of tasks including querying and report writing.
On completion of this unit the learner should be able to understand, design, query and implement a database(s). Learners will also have a theoretical insight into the requirement for designing a database that meets a given user or system requirement and that is functional, user friendly and robust.More info →
Unit 04 Project Design Implementation And Evaluation
This unit provides opportunities to develop skills in decision making, problem solving and communication integrated with the skills and knowledge developed in many of the other units within the programme to complete a realistic project. It requires the learner to select, plan, implement and evaluate a project and finally present the outcomes, in terms of the process and the product of the project. It also allows learners to develop the ability to work individually and/or with others, within a defined timescale and given constraints, to produce an acceptable and viable solution to an agreed brief.
If this is a group project, each member of the team must be clear about their responsibilities at the start of the project and supervisors must ensure that everyone is accountable for each aspect of the work and makes a contribution to the end result. Learners must work under the supervision of programmer tutors or work-based managers.
To develop learners’ skills of independent enquiry by undertaking a sustained investigation of direct relevance to their vocational, academic and professional development.
On successful completion of this unit a learner will:
- Be able to formulate a project
- Be able to implement the project within agreed procedures and to specification
- Be able to evaluate the project outcomes
- Be able to present the project outcomes.
Web Design Analysis
- Needs Analysis
The website is about a web developer, named as The UNIQUE DEVELOPERS. This website deals with all kind of website makings. This website contains many packages for their customers to have a look at. Moreover, it contains the gallery so the new customer can see them and be satisfied that they have reached to a good web developer. Furthermore, there are testimonials also so that the customer read the feedbacks.More info →
In the present era, businesses are focused on the effective use of technological tools in respect to improving their performance. By having a consideration of critical standards in the application of technology the issues can be resolved effectively and leads business to an impressive level of success. Travel and tourism sector has a diversified service that needs the assistance of technology. It allows managing work activities in the desired manner and ensuring that a better service is being offered to customers (Saviotti, 2018). It helps in improving the work standards so that a business entity can accomplish a competitive advantage effectively. In order to have an understanding about the influence of technology on operations of the travel and tourism sector, the present research has been conducted.More info →
|Name of Student|
|Unit Title||System Analysis and Design|
[Unit code: K/601/1281; QCF Level 4; Credit value: 15]
|Assignment No. & Title||Assignment 2|
I. Understand the different system life cycle models
II. Recognize the significance of Feasibility Study
III. Performing systems investigation
|Name of Assessor|
|Hand Out Date|
|Hand in Date|
Thisessay provides explanation on the influence of belongingness, emotional intelligence, resilience and the communication in the nursing practices of new registered nurses on their practices (Fedoruk and Hofmeyer, 2014). The essay will primarily focus on the effects of these concepts on the patient outcome and care services. The relationship of the mentioned factors and the nursing informatics and improvement of patient care quality will also be assessed in this essay. The nursing knowledge, skills, attitudes and perceptions come into play in the practices which is linked with the sense of belonging, emotional intelligence, resilience and communication practices (Norouziniaet al., 2016). Theessay will also be supported with literature evidence with respect to the situational analysis and patient outcome.More info →