Aims of this assessment This assessment focuses on the skills and knowledge required to re
Aims of this assessment This assessment focuses on the skills and knowledge required to record and prepare payroll documentation, respond to enquiries and process accurate payroll data for manual and computerised systems. Marking and feedback This assessment contains [number] [(figure)] assessment activities, each containing specific instructions. You must answer every question/complete each task within each activity. This particular assessment forms part of your overall assessment for the following units of competency: •
FNSTPB402 Establish and maintain payroll systems (MPA001) Grading for this assessment will be deemed ‘satisfactory’ or ‘not satisfactory’ in line with competency-based principles. What does ‘satisfactory’ mean? These answers contain sufficient evidence in response to the question/s with limited serious errors in fact or application. If incorrect information is contained in an answer, it must be fundamentally outweighed by the display of competence. This will be assessed against a marking guide provided to assessors for their determination.
What does ‘not satisfactory’ mean? This occurs when an assessment does not contain sufficient evidence of applied knowledge and skill. These answers may not address the question specifically, or are incorrectly applied. Answers that omit to provide a response to any significant issue (where multiple issues must be addressed in a question) may also be deemed not satisfactory. Answers that have faulty reasoning, a poor standard of expression or include plagiarism may also be deemed not satisfactory. Please note, additional information regarding Monarch’s plagiarism policy is contained in the Student Information Guide which can be found here: http://www.monarch.edu.au/student-info/