Instructions / Rules
1. The report should have appropriate headings and subheadings.
2. In your report include references to other websites and articles.
3. Ensure you have an appropriate Executive Summary.
4. This work should be in one document such as Microsoft Word. This assignment should be typed using Times New Roman font size 12, single spacing with appropriate headings and attention to spelling and grammar. The report should not exceed fifteen (15) pages (excluding the list of references).
5. You should read additional material which should be included your sources in a list of references at the end of your assignment.
◦ Normal University referencing rules apply.
◦ Students should use the Harvard (Author-Date) Style because it is the common style used in the Auditing and Professional Practice discipline.
6. You are able to use any e.g. graphics you want. Feel free to be creative.
7. Whilst the assignment should follow academic standards in relation to non-plagiarism, recognition of sources etc.; the report presented should be of a professional (business) standard in terms of content and layout. It should include:
◦ A Table of Contents
◦ An Executive Summary
◦ Appropriate use of headings, sub headings etc.
◦ Single spacing and no ‘widows and orphans’ (paragraphs that go over a page)
8. The assignment is due at the start of the Week 10 lecture. Late submission – it is TOP policy that assignments cannot be submitted late without prior approval of the unit coordinator and only in extenuating circumstances supported by evidence. Assignments submitted late without prior approval will not be graded.
9. You should physically hand your lecturer a hard (printed) copy of the assignment prior to the commencement of the lecture in week 10.
10.Also you must also submit also a copy of your work ‘online’ – through the unit’s Moodle site which will use Turnitin
Note: only one student in each group needs to submit the assignment.
11. Your assignment must have the correct TOP sheet as its first page.
12. Please ensure a thorough edit and spell check using English (Australian). Minor errors, typographical mistakes and poor spelling detract from the quality of any report will be penalized.