To provide students with a broad understanding of risk management and due diligence, including basic concepts and the suite of available techniques.
Students who successfully complete this unit should be able to:
– Learning and teaching structures, content, assessment and general skill outcomes.
|Activity||Total Hours||Hours per Week||Teaching Period Weeks|
|Problem Solving||150 Hours||12.5 hours||Week 1 to 12|
|Tasks and Details||Individual or Group||Weighting||Assesses attainment
of these ULOs
(x 11 Worksheets)
|Individual & Group||30%||1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8|
(x 11 Presentations)
|Individual & Group||10%||1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8|
(x 11 Reflection Journal)
|Examination (Open Book)||Individual||50%||1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8|
Minimum requirements to pass this Unit
As the minimum requirements of assessment to pass a unit and meet all Unit Learning Outcomes to a minimum standard, a student must achieve:
Students who do not successfully achieve hurdle requirement (ii) will receive a maximum of 44% as the total mark for the unit and will not be eligible for a conceded pass.
During this unit, students will receive feedback on the following key generic skills:
– Resources and reference material.
Resources and reference material
Richard M Robinson, Gaye Francis Tim Procter et al. (2015, reprinted 2016) Engineering Due Diligence. R2A Pty Ltd.
Also, lectures/ learning materials will be available on the Blackboard website for this unit.