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ASSESSMENT BRIEF | Learner Name: | Data No: | Assessor: William Gold | IV: Martin Thomas | Programme: BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Public services (uniformed) YR 1 | Assignment Title: Demonstrating discipline | Unit Number(s) & Title: Unit 4: Discipline in the Uniformed Public Services. | Hand out: Submission: 19/10/15 | Submission:09/11/15 |

Criteria reference | To achieve the criteria the evidence must show that the learner is able to: | | Task no. | UNIT:4 | | | P2 | demonstrate self-discipline through relevant activities | | 1 | M2 | perform relevant activities with a high standard of self discipline | | 1 | D2 | evaluate personal levels of self-discipline for entry to the uniformed public services. | | 2 |

SCENARIO |

As a representative of a uniformed public service you have been asked to give a drill demonstration to a visiting dignitary. This display is intended to convey the high standards of discipline inherent in the British Public Services. |

TASK NO. | TASK: | CRITERIA: | 1. | You will take part in a drill demonstration for a visiting dignitary one Mr Harrison a visiting head of state from a territory friendly to the UK. The display is intended to impress the visiting dignitary with the discipline inherent in the British uniformed services. The drill demonstration will consist of the following maneuvers:Bracing upComing to attentionOpen order right dressMarchingComing to a haltAbout turnLeft/right wheel (depending on space)You will be expected to demonstrate exceptional levels of self discipline throughout the demonstration. You will also be expected to have a high standard of personal turn out on the day (dress to be agreed in class. You will be assessed on your ability to maintain discipline throughout the display which means: no talking, looking around, no breaking or rank, standing rigid, moving as one,…...

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