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SIT30816 Assessment Questions

SIT30816 Unit Assessment Pack (UAP)

Assessment Task 1 - Unit Knowledge Test (UKT)

Instructions:

  • This is an individual
  • The purpose of this assessment task is to assess the students’ knowledge essential to receive and store stock in a range of contexts and industry
  • To make full and satisfactory responses you should consult a range of learning resources,

other information such as handouts and textbooks, learners’ resources and slides.

  • All questions must be answered in order to gain competency for this
  • You may attach a separate sheet if
  • You must include the following particulars in the footer section of each page of the attached sheets:
    • Student ID or Student Name
    • Unit ID or Unit Code
    • Course ID or Course Code
    • Trainer and assessor name
    • Page numbers
  • You must staple the loose sheets together along with the cover
  • You must attach the loose sheets chronologically as per the page
  • Correction fluid and tape are not permitted. Please do any corrections by striking through the incorrect words with one or two lines and rewriting the correct

Resources required to complete the assessment task:

  • Computer
  • Internet
  • MS Word
  • Printer or e-printer
  • Adobe acrobat/reader
  • Learning management system

Questions:

Question 1:

a) List Five possible actions you might take to follow-up on variations between deliveries received and delivery documentation.

b) When checking a delivery against stock ordered, list five internal documents you may compare the delivery documentation with?

Question 2:

a) Identify four (4) practices/procedures for keeping storage areas clean.

b) What are the four (4) potential deficiencies of delivered perishable food items?

Question 3:

a) Identify five reasons stock items are/need to be labelled.

b) Give three reasons why stock must be rotated when in storage.

Question 4:

a) List eight occasions when it is necessary to update information in the stock control system.

b) Describe five practices that may be involved in ‘checking calculations’ as part of the process of checking and verifying stock related

Question 5:

a) Identify three possible practical methods of reducing excess stock levels.

b) Write four (4) principles that can be considered while disposing of all excess or spoilt stock and waste safely.

Question 6:

a) What four (4) factors need to be taken into account when determining quality of stock to move stock items?

b) Describe six (6) practices to be applied when inspecting stock and storage

Question 7:

a) What temperature requirement applies to:

  • Cool rooms and refrigerators used to store food?
  • Freezers used to store food?

b) List five (5) different storage areas and identify three 3 items which items for each area. Also identify which items should be promptly moved for storage first and why

Question 8:

a) Write briefly about safe manual handling techniques? Answer in 50-100 words.

b) What can be done to make sure that work equipment is safe? Answer in 50-100 words.

Assessment Task 2 – Unit Skills Test (UST)

Assessment Instructions

  • You are required to receive and store
  • Your assessor will assess your work according to the given performance criteria/ performance
  • You must include the following particulars in the footer section of each page of the attached sheets:
    • Student ID or Student Name
    • Unit ID or Unit Code
    • Course ID or Course Code
    • Trainer and assessor name
    • Page numbers
  • Correction fluid and tape are not permitted. Please do any corrections by striking through the incorrect words with one or two lines and rewriting the correct

Resources required to complete the assessment task:

  • Industry workplace or
  • Simulated industry environment
  • Computers
  • Printers
  • Stock control software systems
  • Electronic equipment used for stock control
  • Appendix 1 for organisation specifications

Assessment task Instructions:

  • This assessment task requires you to assume/ take on the role of a supervisor at People’s

Place.

  • You must perform an activity to receive and store stock as per the provided template to them.
  • You must receive, store and maintain
  • You must interpret stock orders and delivery
  • Trainer/Assessor must assess the performance as per the performance criteria and checklist provided.

Assessment Task :

You are a team member at a Restaurant. This store contains a variety of food items and other items. Your primary duties are to store, rotate and maintain the quality of stock items. Your manager has asked you to receive, store and maintain a stock delivery. You need to report any stock-related discrepancies to a higher-level staff member for action. You need to follow stock control processes for perishable foodstuffs.

Must:

  1. Interpret stock orders and delivery documentation for items received in the above deliveries.
  2. You need to receive, store and maintain different stock deliveries and complete stock documentation relating to stock deliveries.
  3. Integrate into the work activities
    • Security procedures
    • Manual handling techniques
    • Commercial time constraints
  4. Identify, record and report discrepancies. As part of this you will need to Inspect items for damage, quality and use-by dates and record findings according to organisational procedures and:
    • Promptly transport stock to, and store in, appropriate storage
    • Safely dispose of all excess or spoilt stock and waste, especially hazardous substances, to minimise negative environmental
  5. Select stock control systems and equipment according to organisational speed and accuracy requirements:
    • Record details of incoming stock according to organisational
    • Use safe manual handling techniques to avoid injury when moving and storing
  6. Label stock according to organisational procedures and report on excess stock according to organisational procedures:
    • Rotate stock for maximum use and minimum wastage
    • Regularly check the quality of stock and report findings
  7. Maintain cleanliness of stock handling and storage areas and identify and report problems.

UAT 3 – Workplace activities

Instructions provided to the student:

Assessment task description:

  • This is the last unit assessment task that the student has to successfully complete to be deemed competent in this unit of
  • This assessment task is comprised of workplace activities to receive, store and maintain six different stock deliveries
  • Student must complete the workplace activities by following all given instructions, for the trainer/assessor to assess competency in this assessment
  • Student must perform these workplace activities in workplace under the guidance of a supervisor or
  • You must complete these 6 different stock
  • Student must provide evidence of a stock delivery, payslips, log book and/or other relevant documentation provided by the workplace manager/supervisor, to demonstrate
  • Student must present a signed work place activity register to their
  • Student must consult work place activity booklet for additional

Work place supervisor Instructions:

The role and responsibilities of the work place supervisor are to:

  • Explain to the candidate the expectations of the work place regarding performance of tasks, hours of work and other details pertinent to the candidate, prior to the commencement of the training.
  • Validate the attendance record of the
  • Ensure that the candidate is adequately briefed on the work place’s policies and procedures
  • Support the candidate’s work on a day-to-day basis and to actively encourage the candidate to achieve their specific
  • Take responsibility for the general supervision and educational development of the candidate whilst they are training (or to delegate this to an appropriate person).
  • Ensure the candidate is not utilised as a rostered staff member when training activities are planned.
  • Provide feedback on the candidate’s level of skills during the work placement training and provide summative comments at the conclusion. The supervisor will not have the responsibility to deem competency for any course
  • Notify the work place assessor/coordinator immediately if it is deemed that the candidate is not making satisfactory

Note: The assessor must have worked in industry for at least three years where they have applied the skills and knowledge of this unit of competency.

The student must demonstrate evidence of ability to integrate technical skills for a minimum of 6 different stock deliveries that individually or in combination involve performing:

  • Correctly interpreting stock orders and delivery documentation for items received in the above deliveries
  • Completing stock documentation relating to each of the above stock deliveries
  • Integrate into the above work activities:
    • security procedures
    • manual handling techniques
    • commercial time
  • You need to follow the principles of stock control:
    • rotation and replenishment
    • product life cycle and maximising the use of all stock
    • checking for slow moving items
    • segregation of non-food items from food items that have potential to cross- contaminate
  • You need to follow and understand stock control systems:
    • bin card system
    • imprest system
    • integrated point-of-sale system
    • ledger system
  • You need to follow stock control procedures and template documents and reports for:
    • ordering
    • levels
    • loss
    • performance
    • monitoring of quality
    • receipt
    • reorder cycles
    • rotation
    • security
    • stocktakes
    • valuation
    • wastage
  • You need to understand storage requirements for different kinds of stock
  • You need to use of stock control equipment and software where appropriate
  • You need to understand and demonstrate specific industry sector, types of:
    • computerised stock control systems; their functions and features
    • electronic equipment used for stock control; their functions and features
    • stock recording documentation
    • stock security systems
    • storage and their suitability for different kinds of stock
  • You need to have knowledge of and demonstrate specific organisation:
    • relevant stock
    • product life and storage requirements for specific goods
    • procedures for security, recording incoming stock, reporting on discrepancies, deficiencies, and excess stock
    • order and delivery documentation
  • You must be able to demonstrate and describe safe manual handling techniques for the receipt, transportation and storage of stock
  • You need to demonstrate safe and correct use of equipment
  • You need demonstrate correct and environmentally sound disposal methods for all types of waste and in particular for hazardous

The student must demonstrate the following skills while performing the work placement:

  • You must demonstrate reading skills to interpret order and delivery documentation, use by dates, stock labels and organisational procedures
  • You must demonstrate writing skills to record details of incoming stock and prepare simple reports about stock discrepancies and quality
  • You must demonstrate oral communication skills to make accurate verbal reports of stock discrepancies and quality
  • You must demonstrate numeracy skills to count incoming, stored and rotated stock items
  • You must demonstrate planning and organising skills to conduct stock activities in a logical and time efficient work flow
  • You must demonstrate technology skills to use a computer, keyboard and stock control software and to use electronic tock control equipment

Your supervisor will complete below workplace activity register. Trainer/assessor must observe the student for 6 different stock deliveries and complete 6 observation checklists.

Workplace Activity Register:

Student Name:

Unit of Competency:

SITXINV001 – receive and Store Stock

Name of Workplace:

Procedure:

Workplace Activity

Record of each full-Service Period (shift) in the Work place:

In:

Out:

Comments:

Supervisor name and Signature:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Manager to Complete:

(on completion of work activity)

The student’s performance was:

Not Yet satisfactory

Satisfactory

Feedback to student:

Student signature

Date

Manager’s signature

Date

Performance checklist for completed stock delivery period one (1):

Student Name

Observer Name

Unit of Competency

SITXINV001 – Receive and Store Stock

Name of Workplace

Date of Observation

Procedure

Workplace Activity

During the work activity did the student do the following:

a) Correctly interpreted stock orders and delivery documentation for items received:

Yes

No

b) Completed stock documentation

Yes

No

c) Integrated correctly:

· Security procedures

· Manual handling techniques

· Commercial time constraints

Yes

No

d) Demonstrate the principles of stock control:

· Rotation and replenishment

· Product life cycle and maximising the use of all stock

· Checking for slow moving items

· Segregation of non-food items from food items that have the potential to cross-contaminate

Yes

No

e) Demonstrate of different stock control systems:

· Bin Card system

· Imprest system

· Integrated point of sale system

· Ledger system

Yes

No

f) Ability to use stock control procedures and template documents and reports for:

· Ordering

· Levels

· Loss

· Performance

· Monitoring of quality

· Receipt

· Reorder cycles

Yes

No

· Rotation

· Security

· Stocktakes

· Valuation

· Wastage

g) Demonstrate storage requirements for different kinds of

stock

h) Use of stock control equipment and software where appropriate:

Yes

No

i) Ability to use and demonstrate knowledge of:

· Computerised stock control systems; their functions and features

· Electronic equipment used for stock control; their functions and features

· Stock recording documentation

· Stock security systems

· Storage and their suitability for different kinds of stock

Yes

No

j) Demonstrated knowledge of safe handling techniques for the receipt, transportation and storage of stock

Yes

No

k) Demonstrated safe and correct use of equipment

Yes

No

l) Demonstrate correct and environmentally sound

disposal methods for all types of waste and in particular for hazardous substances

Yes

No

The student’s performance was:

Not yet satisfactory Satisfactory

Feedback to student:

Student signature

Observer signature

Performance checklist for completed stock delivery period two (2):

Student Name

Observer Name

Unit of Competency

SITXINV001 – Receive and Store Stock

Name of Workplace

Date of Observation

Procedure

Workplace Activity

During the work activity did the student do the following:

m) Correctly interpreted stock orders and delivery documentation for items received:

Yes

No

n) Completed stock documentation

Yes

No

o) Integrated correctly:

· Security procedures

· Manual handling techniques

· Commercial time constraints

Yes

No

p) Demonstrate the principles of stock control:

· Rotation and replenishment

· Product life cycle and maximising the use of all stock

· Checking for slow moving items

· Segregation of non-food items from food items that have the potential to cross-contaminate

Yes

No

q) Demonstrate of different stock control systems:

· Bin Card system

· Imprest system

· Integrated point of sale system

· Ledger system

Yes

No

r) Ability to use stock control procedures and template documents and reports for:

· Ordering

· Levels

· Loss

· Performance

· Monitoring of quality

· Receipt

· Reorder cycles

Yes

No

· Rotation

· Security

· Stocktakes

· Valuation

· Wastage

s) Demonstrate storage requirements for different kinds of

stock

t) Use of stock control equipment and software where appropriate:

Yes

No

u) Ability to use and demonstrate knowledge of:

· Computerised stock control systems; their functions and features

· Electronic equipment used for stock control; their functions and features

· Stock recording documentation

· Stock security systems

· Storage and their suitability for different kinds of stock

Yes

No

v) Demonstrated knowledge of safe handling techniques for the receipt, transportation and storage of stock

Yes

No

w) Demonstrated safe and correct use of equipment

Yes

No

x) Demonstrate correct and environmentally sound

disposal methods for all types of waste and in particular for hazardous substances

Yes

No

The student’s performance was:

Not yet satisfactory Satisfactory

Feedback to student:

Student signature

Observer signature

Performance checklist for completed stock delivery period three (3):

Student Name

Observer Name

Unit of Competency

SITXINV001 – Receive and Store Stock

Name of Workplace

Date of Observation

Procedure

Workplace Activity

During the work activity did the student do the following:

y) Correctly interpreted stock orders and delivery documentation for items received:

Yes

No

z) Completed stock documentation

Yes

No

aa) Integrated correctly:

· Security procedures

· Manual handling techniques

· Commercial time constraints

Yes

No

bb) Demonstrate the principles of stock control:

· Rotation and replenishment

· Product life cycle and maximising the use of all stock

· Checking for slow moving items

· Segregation of non-food items from food items that have the potential to cross-contaminate

Yes

No

cc) Demonstrate of different stock control systems:

· Bin Card system

· Imprest system

· Integrated point of sale system

· Ledger system

Yes

No

dd) Ability to use stock control procedures and template documents and reports for:

· Ordering

· Levels

· Loss

· Performance

· Monitoring of quality

· Receipt

· Reorder cycles

Yes

No

· Rotation

· Security

· Stocktakes

· Valuation

· Wastage

ee) Demonstrate storage requirements for different kinds of

stock

ff) Use of stock control equipment and software where appropriate:

Yes

No

gg) Ability to use and demonstrate knowledge of:

· Computerised stock control systems; their functions and features

· Electronic equipment used for stock control; their functions and features

· Stock recording documentation

· Stock security systems

· Storage and their suitability for different kinds of stock

Yes

No

hh) Demonstrated knowledge of safe handling techniques for the receipt, transportation and storage of stock

Yes

No

ii) Demonstrated safe and correct use of equipment

Yes

No

jj) Demonstrate correct and environmentally sound

disposal methods for all types of waste and in particular for hazardous substances

Yes

No

The student’s performance was:

Not yet satisfactory Satisfactory

Feedback to student:

Student signature

Observer signature

Performance checklist for completed stock delivery period four (4):

Student Name

Observer Name

Unit of Competency

SITXINV001 – Receive and Store Stock

Name of Workplace

Date of Observation

Procedure

Workplace Activity

During the work activity did the student do the following:

kk) Correctly interpreted stock orders and delivery documentation for items received:

Yes

No

ll) Completed stock documentation

Yes

No

mm) Integrated correctly:

· Security procedures

· Manual handling techniques

· Commercial time constraints

Yes

No

nn) Demonstrate the principles of stock control:

· Rotation and replenishment

· Product life cycle and maximising the use of all stock

· Checking for slow moving items

· Segregation of non-food items from food items that have the potential to cross-contaminate

Yes

No

oo) Demonstrate of different stock control systems:

· Bin Card system

· Imprest system

· Integrated point of sale system

· Ledger system

Yes

No

pp) Ability to use stock control procedures and template documents and reports for:

· Ordering

· Levels

· Loss

· Performance

· Monitoring of quality

· Receipt

· Reorder cycles

Yes

No

· Rotation

· Security

· Stocktakes

· Valuation

· Wastage

qq) Demonstrate storage requirements for different kinds of

stock

rr) Use of stock control equipment and software where appropriate:

Yes

No

ss) Ability to use and demonstrate knowledge of:

· Computerised stock control systems; their functions and features

· Electronic equipment used for stock control; their functions and features

· Stock recording documentation

· Stock security systems

· Storage and their suitability for different kinds of stock

Yes

No

tt) Demonstrated knowledge of safe handling techniques for the receipt, transportation and storage of stock

Yes

No

uu) Demonstrated safe and correct use of equipment

Yes

No

vv) Demonstrate correct and environmentally sound

disposal methods for all types of waste and in particular for hazardous substances

Yes

No

The student’s performance was:

Not yet satisfactory Satisfactory

Feedback to student:

Student signature

Observer signature

Performance checklist for completed stock delivery period five (5):

Student Name

Observer Name

Unit of Competency

SITXINV001 – Receive and Store Stock

Name of Workplace

Date of Observation

Procedure

Workplace Activity

During the work activity did the student do the following:

ww) Correctly interpreted stock orders and delivery documentation for items received:

Yes

No

xx) Completed stock documentation

Yes

No

yy) Integrated correctly:

· Security procedures

· Manual handling techniques

· Commercial time constraints

Yes

No

zz) Demonstrate the principles of stock control:

· Rotation and replenishment

· Product life cycle and maximising the use of all stock

· Checking for slow moving items

· Segregation of non-food items from food items that have the potential to cross-contaminate

Yes

No

aaa) Demonstrate of different stock control systems:

· Bin Card system

· Imprest system

· Integrated point of sale system

· Ledger system

Yes

No

bbb) Ability to use stock control procedures and template documents and reports for:

· Ordering

· Levels

· Loss

· Performance

· Monitoring of quality

· Receipt

· Reorder cycles

Yes

No

· Rotation

· Security

· Stocktakes

· Valuation

· Wastage

ccc)Demonstrate storage requirements for different kinds of

stock

ddd) Use of stock control equipment and software where appropriate:

Yes

No

eee) Ability to use and demonstrate knowledge of:

· Computerised stock control systems; their functions and features

· Electronic equipment used for stock control; their functions and features

· Stock recording documentation

· Stock security systems

· Storage and their suitability for different kinds of stock

Yes

No

fff) Demonstrated knowledge of safe handling techniques for the receipt, transportation and storage of stock

Yes

No

ggg) Demonstrated safe and correct use of equipment

Yes

No

hhh) Demonstrate correct and environmentally sound

disposal methods for all types of waste and in particular for hazardous substances

Yes

No

The student’s performance was:

Not yet satisfactory Satisfactory

Feedback to student:

Student signature

Observer signature

Performance checklist for completed stock delivery period six (6):

Student Name

Observer Name

Unit of Competency

SITXINV001 – Receive and Store Stock

Name of Workplace

Date of Observation

Procedure

Workplace Activity

During the work activity did the student do the following:

iii) Correctly interpreted stock orders and delivery documentation for items received:

Yes

No

jjj) Completed stock documentation

Yes

No

kkk) Integrated correctly:

· Security procedures

· Manual handling techniques

· Commercial time constraints

Yes

No

lll) Demonstrate the principles of stock control:

· Rotation and replenishment

· Product life cycle and maximising the use of all stock

· Checking for slow moving items

· Segregation of non-food items from food items that have the potential to cross-contaminate

Yes

No

mmm) Demonstrate of different stock control systems:

· Bin Card system

· Imprest system

· Integrated point of sale system

· Ledger system

Yes

No

nnn) Ability to use stock control procedures and template documents and reports for:

· Ordering

· Levels

· Loss

· Performance

· Monitoring of quality

· Receipt

Yes

No

· Reorder cycles

· Rotation

· Security

· Stocktakes

· Valuation

· Wastage

ooo) Demonstrate storage requirements for different kinds

of stock

ppp) Use of stock control equipment and software where appropriate:

Yes

No

qqq) Ability to use and demonstrate knowledge of:

· Computerised stock control systems; their functions and features

· Electronic equipment used for stock control; their functions and features

· Stock recording documentation

· Stock security systems

· Storage and their suitability for different kinds of stock

Yes

No

rrr) Demonstrated knowledge of safe handling techniques for the receipt, transportation and storage of stock

Yes

No

sss) Demonstrated safe and correct use of equipment

Yes

No

ttt) Demonstrate correct and environmentally sound disposal methods for all types of waste and in particular

for hazardous substances

Yes

No

The student’s performance was:

Not yet satisfactory Satisfactory

Feedback to student:

Student signature

Observer signature

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