OTHM LEVEL 6 Diploma in Accounting and Business Assignment Answers

 

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UNIT 01: CORPORATE AND BUSINESS LAW: 5000 words

UNIT 02: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT: 4000 words

UNIT 03: FINANCIAL SECURITIES MARKETS: 4000 words

UNIT 04: AUDIT AND ASSURANCE: 4500 words

UNIT 05: BUSINESS RESEARCH PROJECT: 3500 words

UNIT 06: INVESTMENT AND RISK MANAGEMENT: 3500 words

 

UNIT 01: CORPORATE AND BUSINESS LAW

 

Unit Reference Number L/617/4375
Unit Title Corporate and Business Law
Unit Level 6
Number of Credits 20
Total Qualification Time 200
Mandatory / Optional Mandatory
SSAs 15.1 Accounting and finance
Unit Grading Structure Pass/Fail

 

Unit Aims

 

This aim of this unit is to develop learners’ understanding of the concepts and principles of English Corporate and Business Law. The unit will provide learners with the opportunity to apply these concepts and principles to practical situations.

Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

 

Learning Outcomes- The learner will: Assessment Criteria- The learner can:
1. Understand the key elements of the English legal system.       Describe the key features of the legal system.

Explain the sources of law.

Analyse the law of obligations and contracts.

Outline the key features of insolvency law and administration.

2. Understand English legislation relating to anti-competitive practices.       Explain legislation relating to monopolies, mergers and anti-competitive practice.

Assess how legislation relating to monopolies, mergers and anti-competitive practice affects a specific business sector.

Explain the impact of legislation relating to

monopolies, mergers and anti-competitive practice on international trade.

3. Understand intellectual property rights.       Identify different forms of intellectual property.

Explain the protection available for intellectual property.

Assess the importance of intellectual property protection for a specific business organisation.

4. Understand the legal relationship between business organisations and

their consumers.

      Explain the legal rules that relate to the sale of goods and provision of services.

Assess the statutory provisions on buyer’s and seller’s remedies in given situations.

5. Understand the legal background relating to limited companies.       Outline the formation and constitutions of limited companies.

Explain the capital and financing of private and public limited companies.

Outline the key regulatory requirements for management and administration of limited companies.

Assess the implications of corporate fraudulent and criminal behaviour.

 

Scenario

 

For the purpose of this assignment, you have secured a full-time position with the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) specialising in corporate and business law.

You are required to prepare and deliver a wide range of lectures and seminars to local businesses. For this assignment, you are to prepare resources for a seminar on Corporate and Business Law.

 

Task 1 of 2 Presentation (ACs 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.1, 3.2,3.3, 4.1 & 4.2)

 

Instructions

 

Prepare a presentation with accompanying handouts focusing on the concepts and principles of English Corporate and Business Law.

The presentation with accompanying handouts must:

  • Describe the key features of the legal
  • Explain the sources of
  • Analyse the law of obligations and
  • Outline the key features of insolvency law and
  • Explain legislation relating to monopolies, mergers and anti-competitive
  • Assess how legislation relating to monopolies, mergers and anti-competitive practice affects a specific business
  • Explain the impact of legislation relating to monopolies, mergers and anti-competitive practice on international
  • Identify different forms of intellectual
  • Explain the protection available for intellectual
  • Assess the importance of intellectual property protection for a specific business organisation.
  • Explain the legal rules that relate to the sale of goods and provision of
  • Assess the statutory provisions on buyer’s and seller’s remedies is given

Submission

  • Presentation Slides
  • Accompanying

 

Task 2 of 2 Business Report (ACs 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 & 5.4)

 

Instructions

 

You have been asked to support a local partner who is looking to convert its business organisation into a limited company.

Prepare a report to be presented to the partners that:

  • Outlines the formation and constitutions of limited
  • Explains the capital and financing of private and public limited
  • Outlines the key regulatory requirements for management and administration of limited
  • Assesses the implications of corporate fraudulent and criminal

 

Submission

  •  Indicative word count for Tasks 1 and 2 5000 words

 

UNIT 02: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT

 

Unit Reference Number R/617/4376
Unit Title Business Performance Measurement
Unit Level 6
Number of Credits 20
Total Qualification Time 200
Mandatory / Optional Mandatory
SSAs 15.1 Accounting and finance
Unit Grading Structure Pass/Fail

 

 

Unit Aims

 

The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ understanding of performance management techniques. Learners will compare the systems used in profit-making and non-profit making organisations. The learners will gain a working knowledge of performance measurement reporting and specialist cost and management accounting techniques.

 

Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

 

Learning Outcomes- The learner will: Assessment Criteria- The learner can:
1. Understand the principles of performance measurement.       Analyse the importance of performance measurement to organisations.

Explain the main functions of performance measurement systems.

Determine appropriate sources of information and data to carry out performance measurement.

Analyse external factors that impact on performance measurement.

2. Understand performance analysis in for-profit and not-for-profit organisations       Outline the systems and processes involved in performance analysis in for-profit organisations.

Outline the systems and processes involved in performance analysis in the not-for-profit and the public sector.

Explain why divisional performance is measured in organisations.

3. Understand specialist cost and management accounting techniques.       Evaluate the usefulness of activity-based costing.

Assess how target costing and life-cycle costing are used by business organisations.

Evaluate the relationship between throughput and environmental accounting.

Explain the rationale for transfer pricing.

4. Understand performance measurement reporting.       Explain why performance measurement is reported on in organisations.

Evaluate the needs of different audiences when reporting performance.

 

Scenario

For the purpose of this assignment, you are employed by a large accounting firm that provides services to small and medium-sized enterprises across the country.

The firm is well known and has an excellent reputation for its face – to – face seminars that are offered to all of its clients.

Throughout the year, a wide and varied range of seminars is offered.

You have been asked to prepare the presentation and delegate pack for a seminar on Business Performance Measurement.

 

Task 1 of 2 Presentation (ACs 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 & 3.4)

 

Instructions

Prepare presentation slides with accompanying notes on ‘Techniques to Manage Global Risk’.

The presentation slides and notes must include:

  • An evaluation of the usefulness of activity-based
  • An assessment of how target costing and life-cycle costing are used by business organisations.
  • An evaluation of the relationship between throughput and environmental
  • An explanation of the rationale for transfer pricing

Submission

  • Presentation slides
  • Speaker notes

 

Task 2 of 2 Delegate Pack (ACs 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 4.1 & 4.2)

 

Instructions

Prepare a delegate pack which contains key reference material that delegates can use when required for reference. You are free to choose the format of the information being included in the delegate pack.

The delegate pack must include:

  • An analysis of the importance of performance measurement to
  • An explanation of the main functions of performance measurement
  • An example of how to determine appropriate sources of information and data to carry outperformance
  • An analysis of the external factors that impact on performance
  • An outline of the systems and processes involved in performance analysis in for-profit
  • An outline of the systems and processes involved in performance analysis in the not-for-profit and the public
  • An explanation of why divisional performance is measured in
  • An explanation of why performance measurement is measured reported in organisations.
  • An evaluation of the needs of different audiences when reporting

Delivery and Submission

  • Delegate pack
  • Indicative word count 4000 words

 

UNIT 03: FINANCIAL SECURITIES MARKETS

 

Unit Reference Number Y/617/4377
Unit Title Financial Securities Markets
Unit Level 6
Number of Credits 20
Total Qualification Time 200
Mandatory / Optional Mandatory
SSAs 15.1 Accounting and finance
Unit Grading Structure Pass/Fail

 

 

Unit Aims

 

The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ understanding of investment theories, securities and market analysis. The learners will gain an understanding of the key legislation and regulation affecting the financial services industry.

 

Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

 

Learning Outcomes- The learner will: Assessment Criteria- The learner can:
1. Understand different types and trading of securities.       Explain types of securities and associated concepts.

Analyse key characteristics of each type of security.

Assess the impact of regulations and procedures used in trading securities.

2. Understand principles of investment theory, securities and market analysis.       Explain the principles of investment theory.

Analyse the valuation of shares, debts and other financial assets.

Assess the use of securities.

Critically review the underlying concepts of market analysis and efficiency.

3. Understand the legislation and regulation controlling the financial services industry.       Explain the need for legislation and regulation to control the financial services industry.

Explain the main features of legislation and regulation to control the financial services industry.

 

Scenario

For the purpose of this assignment, you have recently joined the Accounting Faculty at the local University.

One of the optional units is entitled ‘Financial Securities Markets’. You have been assigned the role of programme tutor.

In preparation for the course, you need to prepare a range of materials that can be used to deliver the programme. To introduce the course, you plan to deliver a presentation to the group and provide the group with a copy of the presentation slides and speaker notes for reference.

For the final section of the unit –you have decided to prepare a case study to aid the students to understand the legislation and regulation controlling the financial services industry.

 

Task 1 of 2 Presentation (ACs 1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 & 2.4)

 

Instructions

Prepare presentation slides with accompanying speaker notes that you can use to deliver the topic the learners.

 

The presentation slides and speaker notes must include:

 

  • An explanation of the types of securities and associated concepts.
  • An analysis of the key characteristics of each type of security.
  • An assessment of the impact of regulations and procedures used in trading securities.
  • An explanation of the principles of investment theory.
  • An analysis of the valuation of shares, debts and other financial assets.
  • An assessment of the use of security
  • A critical review of the underlying concepts of market analysis and efficiency.

Submission

  • Presentation slides
  • Speaker notes

 

Task 2 of 2 Case study Material (ACs 3.1 & 3.2)

 

Instructions

Prepare case study material that:

  • Explains the need for legislation and regulation to control the financial services industry.
  • Explains the main features of legislation and regulation to control the financial services industry.

Delivery and Submission

  • 1x Word Document 4000 words

 

UNIT 04: AUDIT AND ASSURANCE

 

Unit Reference Number D/617/4378
Unit Title Audit and Assurance
Unit Level 6
Number of Credits 20
Total Qualification Time 200
Mandatory / Optional Mandatory
SSAs 15.1 Accounting and finance
Unit Grading Structure Pass/Fail

 

 

Unit Aims

 

This aim of this unit is to develop learners’ understanding of both internal and external audit principles. Learners will consider current legal and professional requirements and review the risks involved in the external audit process.

 

Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

 

Learning Outcomes- The learner will: Assessment Criteria- The learner can:
1. Understand internal audit principles.       Explain the reasons for an internal audit.

Outline internal audit principles.

Review internal audit techniques used by business organisations.

Outline the differences between internal and external audits.

2. Understand current external audit legal and professional requirements.       Review the current auditing regulatory environment.

Explain the rules of professional conduct for auditors.

Review current developments in auditing.

Evaluate the value of a statutory audit.

3. Understand the risk involved in the external audit process.       Analyse audit risk.

Recommend measures to minimise audit risk.

4. Understand the current external auditing practice.       Explain audit processes and techniques.

Evaluate the impact of the legal and professional requirements on the performance of an audit.

 

 

Scenario

 

For the purpose of this assignment, you are employed in the training department at Turf Accountants. The accounting firm specialises in Audit and Assurance work for small and medium-sized enterprises.

Next month, many of the new trainee accountants will be sitting the next set of professional examinations. One of these examinations is Audit and Assurance

You have been asked for a revision guide for this examination. The accountants will be using the guide for self-study, so it is important that the content is clear and easy to understand.

 

Task 1 of 1 Revision Guide (ACs 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4,3.1, 3.2, 4.1 & 4.2)

 

 

Prepare a revision guide, for the Audit and Assurance unit that can be distributed prior to the next examination session.

The revision guide must:

  • Explain the reasons for an internal audit.
  • Outline internal audit principles.
  • Review internal audit techniques used by business organisations.
  • Outline the differences between internal and external audits.
  • Review the current auditing regulatory environment.
  • Explain the rules of professional conduct for auditors.
  • Review current developments in auditing.
  • Evaluate the value of a statutory audit.
  • Analyse audit risk.
  • Recommend measures to minimise audit risk.
  • Explain audit processes and techniques.
  • Evaluate the impact of the legal and professional requirements on the performance of an audit.

 

Delivery and Submission:

 

  • 1 x revision guide
  • Word count 4500 words

 

UNIT 05: BUSINESS RESEARCH PROJECT

 

Unit Reference Number K/616/2735
Unit Title Business Research Project
Unit Level 6
Number of Credits 20
Total Qualification Time 200
Mandatory / Optional Mandatory
SSAs 06.1 ICT practitioners
Unit Grading Structure Pass/Fail

 

Unit Aims

 

The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ research skills, including producing a research question and carrying out independent research using appropriate research techniques. Learners will also analyse research findings, evaluate the research methodology used and present their research findings.

 

Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

 

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:
1 Be able to propose a research project in a business and management context. 1.1 Assess the factors that contribute to the process of research project selection.
1.2 Formulate and record possible research project outlines and specifications.
1.3 Develop research questions or hypothesis with rationale.
1.4 Clarify resources efficiently for the research question or hypothesis.
1.5 Create an agreed SMART timeframe for completion of the research.
2 Be able to prepare a research plan and conduct a literature review. 2.1 Critically appraise literature relevant to the chosen research context.
2.2 Evaluate research methodologies and provide a rationale for a chosen research methodology.
2.3 Evaluate data collection methods and provide a rationale for chosen data collection methods.
2.4 Produce a research proposal.
3 Be able to carry out research according to the chosen research specification. 3.1 Carry out the proposed research investigation in accordance with the research specification.
3.2 Collect and present relevant data as outlined by the research specification.
3.3 Interpret and analyse the results in relation to the research specification.
4 Be able to evaluate research 4.1 Use appropriate research evaluation techniques
and present results and conclusion. to justify the validity of the research.
4.2 Make recommendations, justifying areas for further consideration.
4.3 Present the outcomes of the research to an audience using appropriate media.

 

 

Scenario

 

For this assignment, there is no specific scenario. You are required to:

  1. Propose a research project
  2. Prepare a research plan
  3. Conduct a literature review
  4. Carry out research according to a research specification
  5. Evaluate research and present results and

 

Task 1 of 4 Research Proposal (ACs 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 & 1.5)

 

You are required to choose a research topic relating to business and management.

Prior to completing this task, you should confirm with your tutor that the research topic is appropriate.

Your research proposal must:

  •  Assess the factors that contribute to the process of research project selection.
  •  Formulate and record possible research project outlines and specifications.
  •  Develop research questions or hypothesis with rationale.
  •  Clarify resources efficiently for the research question or hypothesis.
  •  Create an agreed SMART timeframe for completion of the research.

 

Task 2 of 4 Research plan (ACs 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, & 2.4) 

 

The next step is to develop the research plan. For this you are required to:

  • Critically appraise literature relevant to the chosen research
  • Evaluate research methodologies and provide a rationale for a chosen research methodology.
  • Evaluate data collection methods and provide a rationale for chosen data collection methods.
  • Produce a research

 

Task 3 of 4 The research (ACs 3.1, 3.2 & 3.3)

 

You are now fully prepared to carry out this research:

  • Carry out the proposed research investigation in accordance with the research specification.
  • Collect and present relevant data as outlined by the research
  • Interpret and analyse the results in relation to the research specification

 

Task 4 of 4 Evaluating your research (ACs 4.1, 4.2 & 4.3)

 

It is critical to evaluate any research carried out. To evaluate your research, you are required to:

  • Use appropriate research evaluation techniques to justify the validity of the
  • Make recommendations, justifying areas for further
  • Present the outcomes of the research to an audience using appropriate

 

Delivery and Submission

  • 1 x word document 3500 words

 

UNIT 06: INVESTMENT AND RISK MANAGEMENT

 

Unit Reference Number H/617/4379
Unit Title Investment and Risk Management
Unit Level 6
Number of Credits 20
Total Qualification Time 200
Mandatory / Optional Mandatory
SSAs 15.1 Accounting and finance
Unit Grading Structure Pass/Fail

 

Unit Aims

The aim of this unit is to provide learners with an understanding of the different trading and investment techniques and consider how these are used in practice.

As part of the unit, learners will consider the risks associated with market trading and investment and how these risks can be mitigated.

 

Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

 

Learning Outcome – The learner will: Assessment Criterion – The learner can:
1 Understand the principles of financial market trading and investment 1.1 Explain the structure of the different types of financial markets.
1.2 Discuss how, why and where trading and investment takes place.
1.3 Examine the impact economic and political events have on financial markets and investment.
2 Understand the theory of financial market trading and investment 2.1 Examine how trading performance is affected by human psychology.
2.2 Explain how technical analysis is used in financial markets.
2.3 Assess how technical analysis strategies are used in practice.
3 Understand the risks associated with market trading and investment 3.1 Analyse types of investment risk.
3.2 Assess how investment risks can be mitigated.

 

 

Scenario

You have recently been employed as an Investment Analyst for an international finance firm in London.

All new employees complete an induction training programme. As part of the programme, there are tasks and activities that must be successfully completed to pass the induction and become a permanent member of staff.

You are required to maintain and induction file which will be presented to your line manager on completion of the induction programme.

 

Task 1 of 2 Notes and Practical Examples (ACs 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2 & 2.3)

 

Instructions

Complete background reading and prepare a set of detailed notes complete with practical examples to demonstrate your understanding of the principles and theory of financial market trading and investment

 

The detailed notes must:

  • Explain the structure of the different types of financial
  • Discuss how, why and where trading and investment takes
  • Examine the impact economic and political events have on financial markets and investment.
  • Examine how trading performance is affected by human
  • Explain how technical analysis is used in financial
  • Assess how technical analysis strategies are used in

 

Submission

  • Notes with accompanying practical examples

 

Task 2 of 2 Discussion Paper (ACs 3.1 & 3.2)

 

 There are a number of review sessions held throughout the induction period. You have been asked to produce a Discussion Paper for a review meeting with your line manager. The title of the discussion paper is ‘risks associated with market trading and investment’.

 

 

Your discussion paper must:

  • Analyse types of investment
  • Assess how investment risks can be mitigated,

 

Submission

  • Notes and discussion Paper 3500 words

 

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