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Assessment Task 3: Share information with colleaguesError: Reference source not found

Task summary

  1. There are two parts to this assessment:
  • Part A: Students are to share and discuss information that they have obtained with a colleague.
  • Part B: Students are to ask questions and discuss issues about their colleague’s presentation.

Resources and equipment required to complete this task

  • Access to a colleague.
  • Access to researched information about an emerging trend in the industry.

When and where do I need to complete this task?

  • This task may be done in your own time as homework or you may be given time to do this task in class (where applicable).
  • Your assessor will provide you with the due date for this assessment.

What do I need to submit?

  • Part A – There is nothing to submit for this part of the assessment.
  • Part B – Written notes.
Part A – Present and discuss information with a colleague


  1. For this task you will be paired up with a colleague. You will discuss with your assessor a suitable subject for an emerging service or product on which you must conduct research prior to your presentation to your colleague. Your task is to present this information with a view to introducing the product or service into Marino Enterprises.
  2. During the presentation you must:
  • Explain the product or service – you should do this verbally however you may use the internet, handouts or other resources to support your presentation.
  • Explain why Marino Enterprises should introduce this service or product to enhance work performance or service quality.
  • Explain any need for partnerships and relationships with other industries or businesses.
  • Explain any compliance and quality requirements that are relevant to this service or product.
  • Explain any ethical issues involved.
  • Explain any employment issues involved.
  1. Following the presentation your colleague will ask you questions about your presentation. You must answer these questions in the best way that you can so that information is accurate.
  2. You should engage in discussion about the merits or otherwise of implementing the trend in Marino Enterprises.
  3. Your assessor will observe you during this part of the assessment.
  4. You will be assessed in both roles (ie as the presenter and as the receiver of information) using different topics in each case.
Part B – Discuss information that has been presented
  1. For this part of the task you will listen to your colleague’s presentation on their emerging trend.
  2. Take notes while they are presenting the information to you – you will need to hand these in to your assessor. Your notes should contain the main points of the presentation and a note of any questions you wish to ask.
  3. Following the presentation, consider the information that they have given you and use your communication skills to:
  • Clarify the information provided.
  • Find out extra information if required.
  • Make sure you understand all the information that has been presented.
  • Discuss the pros and cons of implementing the trend in Marino Enterprises.
  1. You must make sure that you use both open and closed probing questions to obtain the information that you need.

Your assessor will observe you during this part of the assessment.

What do I need to hand in for this task? Have I completed this?
Part A – you do not need to submit anything NA
Part B – Written notes
Assessment Task 3: Share information with colleagues
  1. The assessor must split the class into pairs. Discuss with each student a topic to research and present their information on. The topic should be an emerging product or service in hospitality that could be relevant to Marino Enterprises. This could be a product or service that they have researched as part of a previous assessment.
  2. Both members of the pair must have a different topic. Ideas for topics include such things as:
  • Introducing a hospitality management system
  • Developing an App that guests can use to order their food before arrival.
  • Introducing coloured coffee
  • Introducing an automated bar tab system.
  1. You will observe students during this assessment task. For this part of the assessment your will observe the person presenting the information. In Part B you will observe the person receiving the information and using questioning techniques to ensure they understand the presenter’s information fully. Students will then need to swap roles so all students can be assessed in both roles.
Part A – Present and discuss information with colleague
Did the student: Yes No Comments
Update their own knowledge of emerging opportunities in the hospitality industry?
Present the information to a colleague to share information including: Emerging products or services How to introduce the product/service Relationships with external bodies Compliance and quality requirements Employment issues Ethical considerations.
Consider and discuss how the trend or product could be included in the daily practice of Marino Enterprises?
Demonstrate good oral communication skills?
Part B – Discuss information that has been presented
  1. The assessor must observe the student receiving information from their colleague and using their communication skills to listen actively and ask open and closed questioning to make sure that they understand the information they have been given and discuss implications for integrating this into daily practice.
Did the student: Yes No Comments
Demonstrate good verbal communication skills using open and closed probe questioning?
Demonstrate writing skills to take notes when presented with information?
Review knowledge that is provided to you to improve your understanding of emerging opportunities in the hospitality industry?
Consider and discuss how the trend could be included in the daily practice of Marino Enterprises?
Demonstrate good oral communication skills?
Please add any feedback to the student about this task on the Assessment Cover Sheet. Keep a copy of the completed Assessment Task Cover Sheet.
Please note any reasonable adjustments made for this task below.
Assessment Task 3 Outcome: Satisfactory  Not Satisfactory  Date:
Part A Outcome: Satisfactory  Not Satisfactory  Date:
Part B Outcome: Satisfactory  Not Satisfactory  Date:
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