Before bidding please read brief below and attached files. Assessment Brief Instructions for assessment 1. Reflective Personal Development Plan Journal (60%) The reflective journal should consist of Four (4) entries using the template provided in Appendix A to evidence the development of your understanding of self via your engagement with the learning and activities on this module. You will be assessed on your ability to reflect on what you have learned and the depth and breadth of your academic reading (word count 1600 words, approx. 400 words per entry). You should: • Identify four (4) different skills or attributes which you have explored as part of this module. (In total, there are 10 core skills, which you can select your 4 from – please see Information Box 1.)For each of the four skills/attributes you select you should:- o Define and describe the core skill/attribute o Discuss why you might possess this skill/attribute o Explore the importance of this skill/attribute and provide evidence via self-assessment tools and seminar sessions to demonstrate your current level of competence. This should include referring to feedback from peers and your tutor o Identify any contradictions with regard to this skill/attribute o Identify its relevance to your future career • Evidence your wide reading and familiarity with theoretical concepts • Demonstrate your ability to reflect on practice 2. Summary and Action Plan (30%) Summarise the major strengths and weaknesses that you have identified from your reflective journal entries. Demonstrate your ability to review the current levels of competence in order to identify and address appropriate areas for development (word count 400 words). You should: • Outline your strengths and weaknesses identified from the journal entries. • Identify three (3) areas of personal development and demonstrate how you plan to deal with the development needs in preparation for year 2 of your study • Ensure that identified areas of development are linked to the reflections from your journal entries 3. The final 10% of marks will be awarded for the presentation and structure of your assignment and the accurate referencing of your sources using the Harvard format.