Communication skills (including presentation)
1. What did you learn from the meetings with your project mentor, including the presentation that you gave to your project mentor?
When asked why I have chosen the topic, I informed my mentor that the topic I have chosen is not an area in which I have an interest in but because I have been entrusted with the responsibility of working on guidelines and processes in the organization which I have enjoyed doing in the past three months and I thought this title would help me contextualise it is an report form.
2. How well do you think that you have answered your research questions?
3. How have you demonstrated your interpersonal and communication skills during the project work?
4. How has undertaking the RAP helped you in your accountancy studies and/or current employment role?
Sources of SLS evidence
When you plan your project research work you should also plan to collect evidence to contribute to your Skills and Learning Statement, so that some of your self-reflection will 'fall out' of the activities undertaken for your Research Report. One important set of activities will be the three meetings with your Project Mentor. If you think about what happened in each of these meetings soon after they have taken place and record your thoughts, then you will be well on the way to writing your responses to two of the four questions.
Other sources of evidence could include meetings with individuals who you may interview as part of your project research or conversations / correspondence that you may have during your information gathering. You should think of every aspect of your project research work and how this may provide evidence for you to write your Skills and Learning Statement.
You will give a presentation on your Research Report to your Project Mentor in your final meeting. The preparation...