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Page | 1Module Study GuideAcademic Year 2021–2022BA30592E – Recording Business TransactionsLevel: 3Credits: 20Page | 2Copyright © 2021 University of West LondonPermission granted to reproduce solely for the purpose of teaching and learning at the Universityof West London and its approved academic partners.You are provided with study materials for your personal use only. You must not share these withothers or upload them to websites. Any student who is found to have shared materials, particularlyfor personal gain, will be subject to disciplinary action if appropriate.Page | 3Table of contentsKey team contact details ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 41 Module overview 5Introduction …………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 5Module summary content and aims…………………………………………………………………………. 5Learning outcomes to be assessed …………………………………………………………………………. 6Indicative Contact Hours ……………………………………………………………………………………….. 6Placement/Apprenticeship ……………………………………………………………………………………… 72 Assessment and feedback 8Summative assessment grid ………………………………………………………………………………….. 8Assessment brief including criteria mapped to learning outcomes ……………………………….. 82.2.1 Details for assessment 1: Assignment ………………………………………………………………… 92.2.2 Details for assessment 2: Assignment ………………………………………………………………. 132.2.3 Details for assessment 2: Assignment ………………………………………………………………. 13Learning materials ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 17Essential Reading ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….183 Things you need to know 19Engagement ………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 19Need help, just ask ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 19Getting support for your studies ……………………………………………………………………………. 20Student support ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 20Module evaluation – have your say! ………………………………………………………………………. 20Page | 4Key team contact detailsteam contact details
Module Leader
Daniel Elijah Joseph
Email
[email protected]
Phone
020 8518 4994
Location
UKCBC Liverpool street Campus
Academic Support Manager
Sobhi D’ Cruz
Email
[email protected]
Phone
020 8518 4994
Location
UKCBC Liverpool street Campus
Director QAED & In chargefor UWL partnershipprovision
Naga Sai Dinavahi
Email
[email protected]
Phone
020 8518 4994
Location
UKCBC
The Course Leader overseeing this module is Mariet Geldenhuys, and can be contacted at[email protected]Page | 51 Module overview1.1. IntroductionWelcome! This module has been designed for students on the foundation year of the Accountingdegree and the Business degrees. While the subject content is generally oriented towardsaccounting and finance, the module is relevant to both accounting and non-accounting majors. Itis designed to give an overview of the accounting and finance process within the general businesscontext. In this module you will learn about how to keep efficient records of business transactionsand how to transform this basic data into proper financial statements. You will also learn somethingabout how to analyse this data. As your tutor, I take great pleasure in welcoming you on board.Module summary content and aimsThe following is a guide to the content that you will be learning in this module:• Overview of accounting information• The Accounting equation• Profit & Loss Account• Balance Sheet• Legal structure and its effect on business accounts• Annual Reports of companies• Double entry book keeping• The cash book• Credit transactions• Adjustments to financial statements• Financial ratiosThis module aims to:a) Provide you with the basic skills required to keep records of business transactions usingappropriate accounting methods.b) Provide you with fundamental knowledge of financial statements.c) Enable and encourage you to apply the principles of accounting in practice.ExpectationsSpecific expectations students can have of tutors:• Constructive formative feedback on both assignments draft per assessment during week 6for the assessment 1 and week 16 for the assessment 2.• Lecture slides made available on Blackboard 3 days prior to lecture.• Seminar activities made available on Blackboard 3 days prior to the first seminar groupsession in a week• Assessment marks and summative feedback given within 3 working weeks from theassessment submission deadlinePage | 6Specific expectations tutors will have of students:• Attend all classes and arrive at classes punctually• Read case studies provided prior to seminars and prepare answers to questions as perinstructions given• Behave professionally in classes and not to cause any disruption that might affect otherstudents’ learning.• Actively participate and engage in class activities• Inform tutor via email when not able to attend any classes• Communicate with tutors in a professional manner• Attempt all assessments by the submission deadline unless there is extenuatingcircumstances (in which case please contact your Course Leader for extension request ormitigation claim)Learning outcomes to be assessedTo successfully complete this module you (the student) should have demonstrated the followinglearning outcomes:LO1. Knowledge and understanding of double entry bookkeepingLO2. Knowledge and understanding of books of prime entryLO3. Knowledge and understanding of the accounting equation and financial statementsLO4. Demonstrate ability to record and summarise accounting informationLO5. Demonstrate ability to maintain accurate books of accounts for a businessLO6. Demonstrate ability to make business decisions using financial informationIndicative Contact Hours
Teaching Contact Hours
42 hours
Independent Study Hours
158 hours
Total Learning Hours
200 hours
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Type ofAssessment
Word Countorequivalent
Threshold(if ProfessionalBody-PSRBapplies)
Weighting
PassMark
IndicativeSubmissionweek
Method ofSubmission& Date ofFeedback(refer to BB)
Portfolio(1)
1500
N/A
40%
40%
Week 7,Specific dateand time willbe confirmedafter gettingconfirmedtimetable
As per UWLguideline
Portfolio(2)
1500
N/A
60%
40%
Week 14,Specific dateand time willbe confirmedafter gettingconfirmedtimetable
As per UWLguideline
If your course is accredited by a Professional Statutory Regulatory Body (PSRB), themodule requirements will specify the elements of assessment that must be passed and mayoverride the University regulations. Please speak to your Course Leader for further advice.Assessment and feedbackSummative Assessment GridPage | 8
Assessment(Insert below typeof assessment asper the tableabove)
Teaching Weeks inwhich AssessmentSupport TakesPlace (enter eachweek no. in a newrow)
Outline of Typeand Form ofAssessmentSupport to beProvided
StudentPreparationRequired Prior toor After theSupport Session
How will theSupportSession to beDelivered
Portfolio (1)
1 to 7
Face to facesession/online
Students need toread the learningmaterials and dothe Mockportfolio beforethey attend thesessions
Seminars
Portfolio (2)
7 to 14
Face to facesession/online
Students need toread the learningmaterials and dothe Mockportfolio beforethey attend thesessions
Seminars
Assessment brief including criteria mapped to learningoutcomesThe module is assessed through:1. A coursework (40% weighting) half way through the semester (The assignment brief willbe available in Blackboard under assessment tab as well as on Ulearn)2. The final coursework (60% weighting) at the end of the semester. (The assignment briefwill be available in Blackboard under assessment tab after week 8 as well as onUlearn).For guidance on online submission of assignments, including how to submit and how toaccess online feedback, please refer to the UWL Blackboard student-help pages at:http://www.uwl.ac.uk/blackboardhelpPage | 92.2.1 Details for assessment 1: AssignmentLearning outcomes:Assessment 1: Written assignmentAssignmentLearning outcomes tested: 1 – 3Assessment 1:Part A.(1) David Green is going to set up a sole trader business as Decorator. He knows that he would bepersonally responsible for his business’s debts. He also would have some accountingresponsibilities; however, he does not know about steps for starting a business. As your area ofstudying is related to the Business, he wants you to consult him in this matter.Required: Provide steps for starting a new business as Decorator (Maximum of 500 words).
(2)
Accounting involves recording, analysing and summarising the transactions of an entity to provideinformation for decision making.
Required: Consider a large company listed on the London stock exchange and identify who are thedecision makers referred to in the above definition (Maximum of 300 words).Part B.(1) F Polk, after being in Bakery business for some years without keeping proper records, now decidesto keep a double entry set of books. On 1 September 2021 he establishes that his assets andliabilities are as follows: Assets: Van £5,700, Fixtures £2,800, Stock £5,200, Debtors – P Mullen£105, M Abel £311, Bank £1060, Cash £85. Liabilities: Creditors – Syme Ltd £229, A Hill £80.He is not sure about Journal entries for the following transactions in September 2021 as follows:Sep 1: A debt of £105 owing from P Mullen was written off as a bad debtSep 5: Office Fixtures originally bought by credit for £150 was returned to the supplier Syme Ltd., asit was unsuitable. Full allowance will be given for this.Sep 10: The business is owed £311 by M. Abel. He is declared bankrupt and we only received£180 cash in full settlement of the debt.Page | 10Sep 18: Bought a Machinery from Brown Ltd. to use in the company. The total purchasing value ofthe machine is £1,800. The owner paid £100 cash, £500 by issuing a cheque and rest ofthe purchasing value would remain as credit.Sep 26 The owner paid half of the machinery debt to Brown Ltd. by issuing a cheque.Sep 28: The owner paid £130 an insurance bill via cheque thinking that it was in respect of thebusiness. We now discover that £70 of the amount paid was in fact insurance of our privatehouse.Required:You are required to show the Journal entries (only) (with narrative) necessary to record the itemswhich occur in Sep 2021.(2) On 1 August 2021, the owners of the ABC Enterprise, Maurice & brothers, decided that they willboldly go and keep their records on a double entry system. Their assets and liabilities at that datewere. Their assets and liabilities at that date were: office fixtures £1200, a van £32,000 and £36,800in the bank account. They have no liabilities at the 1st of August 2021Their transactions during August 2021 were as follows:2021August2 Maurice & brothers received a loan of £12,400 from Santander Bank and they deposited intheir bank account.3 The amount of £2800 was transferred from bank Account to Cash in hand account.4 Bought a second-hand Van paying by cheque £6,2005 Bought office fixtures £3400 from Sharp Office Ltd. They paid £1000 by issuing a chequeand rest of the fixtures value would remain as credit.8 Bought a new van on credit from Toyota Co. £8,70015 Bought office fixtures paying by cash £11019 Paid Toyota Co. a cheque for whole amount of debt25 Paid £430 of the cash in hand into the bank account28 Bought new office fixtures paying via bank account £750Required:a. Record the transactions in the general ledger (T Accounts) of Maurice & brothers (12marks)b. Balance up the accounts and extract a Trial Balance as at 31 August 2021. (13marks)Page | 11Part 4Then balance off the accounts and extracted a trial balance for sole trader B Moore. as at 30September 2021:
B Moore
DR
CR
Trial Balance as at30 September 2021
£
£
Cash at bank
45,000
Cash in hand
6,800
Accounts receivable (Debtors)
8,000
Accounts payable (Creditors)
14,500
Inventory (Stock): 30 September 2020
18,000
Car
25,000
Drawings
7,500
Fixtures and Fittings
18,500
Sales
95,000
Purchases
110,000
Return inwards (Sales Returns)
3,500
Carriage inwards
890
Returns outwards (Purchase Returns)
720
Carriage outwards
500
Motor expenses
1,400
Rent
7,000
Telephone charges
830
Wages and salaries
14,000
Insurance
1030
Office expenses
800
Sundry expenses
250
Capital
158,780
269,000
269,000
Inventory as at 30 September 2021 as £13,000.Page | 12Requireda. Prepare an Income Statement for B Moore for the year ending 30thSeptember 2021b. The following table shows the profit/loss for B Moore profitable sinceyear 2013.
Year
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
Profit/Loss
55800
77,100
85,500
98,400
87,600
97,200
112,400
(65,400)
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, comparing the above years Income Statements, explain whetheryou predict increase/decrease on the loss/profit of the year 2022. (Maximum of 200 words).2.2.2 Details for assessment 2: AssignmentThe final coursework (60% weighting) at the end of the semester. (The assignment brief will beavailable in Blackboard under assessment tab after week 9.Learning outcomes:Assessment 1: Written assignmentAssignmentLearning outcomes tested: 1 – 6Part AAnne York is a sole trader who started the business of buying and selling furniture in Brighton on the1st of October 2021.She is going to prepare accounts to 31st of September 2021. She contributed to the business with£10,000 in the Bank, £4,800 cash, 45,000 flat and 12,000 Car. The transactions during the month areas follows:2/10 Purchased furniture £5400 for sale on credit from Home Ltd4/10 She bought a computer for £800 and a printer £200 from a local shop in London and paid bycheque.5/10 Sold goods for £ 2800 and received the money via Bank account12/10 Paid in Cash £110 for repairing printer18/10 Part of furniture returned to Home Ltd £250Page | 1321/10 The owner received rent £800 for flat and deposited it to the bank account23/10 Sold goods to Rayan £2100; from this amount £1800 cash received immediately and the restremains on credit.23/10 Sold goods of £700 to David and received cash24/10 Bought a new Laptop for business use by issuing a cheque £170026/10 Paid the month’s wages to the part-time shopkeeper by cheque £82030/10 The owner rented an office place in a Business Park near the London on 1st October and paidrent by cheque £85031/10 The owner has also paid £ 1200 from the business bank account to book a hotel and flight inScotland for her holiday.31/10 £150 Cash received from Rayan.Required:a) Write double entry record the transactions in T-accountsb) Balance the accounts and bring down an opening balancec) Extract a Trial balance as at 31st October 2021d) Prepare an Income Statement for the period ended 31st October 2021 13 marksThe closing inventory is £ 320e) Prepare a Statement of Financial Position as at 31st October 2020f) Write a brief letter to Linda explaining what drawings are concerning small business andanswering her query concerning her holiday.PART Ba) According to the information available in Income and Financial position statements in Part A, calculatethe following ratios for Anne’s business for October 2021Competitors Average
Net profitmargin
Grossprofitmargin
Currentratio
Acid testratio
Accounts receivablecollection period
Accountspayablepaymentperiod
Year 2019
0.32
0.55
2.7
1.34
16 Days
27 Days
Year 2020
0.28
0.56
2.6
1.32
28 Days
12Days
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Year 2021
0.02
0.08
2.8
1.38
26 Days
17 Days
b. Assuming Anne’s competitor’s ratio averages are as stated above for month October of years 2019,2020 and 2021: Analyse her performance with reference to the ratios of October 2021 calculated incomparison to those of her competitor. Also, briefly explain the impact of Covid -19 outbreak on theaverage ratios (Maximum of 500 words).For guidance on online submission of assignments, including how to submit and how to access onlinefeedback, please refer to the UWL Blackboard student-help pages at: uwl.ac.uk/blackboardhelpMarking grid:
100-80%
79-70%
69-60%
59-50%
49-40%
39-30%
29-0%
The workproduced isexceptionalinmost/allaspects,substantiallyexceedingexpectationsfor this level.
The workproduced isofexcellentquality,exceedingexpectationsfor this levelin manyaspects.
The workproducedmeetsall of theintendedlearningoutcomesand exceedsthe thresholdexpectationsfor this levelin several ofthem
The workproducedmeetsall of theintendedlearningoutcomesandexceeds thethresholdexpectationsfor this levelin some ofthem.
The workproducedmeetsall of theintendedlearningoutcomes at,but rarelyexceedingthe thresholdexpectationsfor this level.
The workproduced failsto meet all ofthe intendedlearningoutcomes andis marginallyinadequatefor thislevel.a
The workproducedfails tomeet all oftheintendedlearningoutcomesand isinadequatefor thislevel.
Knowled geand Understanding
Exceptionalbreadthand depth forwork at thislevel;Explores andevaluatesinformation/ideas from awide range ofsources (mayincludeprimarysources);Excellentunderstandingofconcepts/theories (some ofthem abstract)and/or currentpractice, andseveral of theirapplicationsandimplications.
Accurate andcoherent inbreadth, withdepth in manyareas;Explores anddeploysinformationfrom a widerange of mostlysecondarysources ;Thoroughunderstandingof conceptsand theories(some of themabstract)and/or currentpractice, andsome of theirimplicationsandapplications.
Accurate inbreadth, withdepth inseveral areas;Locates andorganises awide range ofinformation/evidence;Clearunderstandingof conceptsand theories(some of themabstract) and/orpractice andsome of theirimplicationsandapplications.
Accurate,with depthin someaspects;Locates andorganises asatisfactoryrange ofinformation/evidence, some ofit beyond thegiven/familiar;Satisfactoryunderstandingof the relevantconcepts,theories and/orpractice;Shows someability to dealwith unfamiliarand abstractideas.
Largely accurateacross mostareas, withlimited depth;Locates andorganises anacceptable rangeofinformation/evidenc e mostly fromgiven/familiarsecondarysources;Adequateunderstanding ofthe mainconcepts, theoriesand/or practice;Engagement withabstract/unfamiliarideas orimplications andapplications isslight.
Inaccuracies/omission sin someareas, depthlimited;Range ofinformationlimited to thefamiliar/given with someerrors inorganisation;Occasionalerrors inunderstanding of mainconcepts,theoriesand/orpractice;Struggles toengage withunfamiliar/abstract
Substantialinaccuracies/omissions/irrelevancies;Range ofinformationinadequate anddisorganised;Substantialerrors inunderstandingof concepts,theories and/orpractice, ornone;Fails to engagewith/addressunfamiliar/abstract ideas andcomplexities.
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CognitiveSkills
Selects andappliesappropriatemethods toaddress/solve complexand oftenunfamiliarandunpredictableproblems;Exceptionaljudgement inselection,analysis andevaluation ofinformationandapplication oflearning todifferentcontexts;Excellentinvestigativeskillsgeneratewellfoundedandevidencedconclusions/practica lsolutions.
Appliesappropriatemethods toaddress/solvecomplexissues/problems, someunfamiliar/unpredi ctable;Exercisesjudgement inselection,analysis andevaluation ofinformation andapplication oflearning to adifferentcontext;Thoroughinvestigationgenerateswellfoundedconclusions/practi cal solutions.
Uses appropriategiven methods toaddress complexissues/problems,someunfamiliar/unpredict able;Exercisesjudgement inselection andanalysis ofinformation, withsome evaluation,and application oflearning in adifferent context;nvestigationgenerateswellfoundedconclusions/practica l solutions.
Uses givenmethods toanalyseissues/problems,someunfamiliar/unpredi catable andcomplex;Satisfactoryselection andanalysis ofinformation, withlittle evaluation;Applies someaspect of learningin a differentcontext;
Analysis usinggiven methods isadequate;Limited ability toapply learning tocomplex,unfamiliar orunpredictablecontexts/issues;aendency todescription andreliance onfamiliar/givenmaterial orapproaches.
Superficialanalysis;Some failureto applylearning tocomplex,unfamiliar orunpredictableissues/contexts;Overlydescriptiveand reliant onfamiliar/givenmaterial orapproaches.
Analysis absentor withsignificanterrors/omissionsFails to applylearning;Descriptive andheavily relianton veryrestricted rangeof given/familiarmaterial andapproaches,poorlyunderstood.
PracticalandProfessional Skills
Competencein all therequiredspecialisedpractical,technical,creative,scholarly orwork‐relatedskillsexceedsexpectationsfor this level.
Competence inall the requiredspecialisedpractical,technical,creative,scholarly orworkrelatedskills, exceedsexpectationsfor this level insome aspects.
Competentlyuses all therequiredspecialisedpractical,technical,creative,scholarly orwork‐relatedskills, withindications ofmore developedability in someareas.
Competentlyuses all of therequiredspecialisedpractical,technical,creative,scholarly orworkrelatedskills, with moredevelopedcapability in atleast one area.
Use of all therequiredspecialisedpractical,technical,creative,scholarly orwork‐relatedskills isadequate.
Use of someof therequiredspecialisedpractical,technical,creative,scholarly orwork‐relatedskills ismarginallyinadequate.
Inadequate usemany/all of therequiredspecialisedpractical,technical,creative,scholarly orwork‐relatedskills.
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Transferrable and KeySkills
Excellentpresentationandorganisationof work andlucidcommunication in allcontexts;Exemplaryreferencing/citation;Workdemonstratesindependence andinitiativebeyond levelexpectations,settingobjectivesand takingresponsibilityfor outcomes;Evidencesdevelopedteamworkingandindications ofleadershipability;Criticalreflection/selfevaluationexceptionalfor this level.
Excellentpresentationandorganisation ofwork and lucidcommunicationin mostcontexts;Extensive,accuratereferencing/citatio n;Workdemonstratesindependenceand someinitiative insettingobjectives andtakingresponsibilityfor outcomes;Evidencesdevelopedteamworkingskills;Reflection andself‐evaluationoften criticaland insightful.
Presentation andorganisation ofwork appropriateto context andpurpose,communicationclear;Referencingconsistent andaccurate;Workdemonstratesindependence insetting someobjectivesbeyond thosegiven and takingresponsibility foroutcomes;Evidences ahigh level ofteamworkingskills;Reflectiongenerates anumber of criticalinsights.
Satisfactoryorganisation andpresentation ofwork,communicationsmostlyappropriate to thecontext/purpose;Referencingmostlyconsistent/accurate;Workdemonstratessatisfactoryindependence inaddressingobjectives andtakingresponsibility foroutcomes;Evidencessatisfactoryteamworkingskills;Satisfactoryreflection withsome insights.
Organisationand presentationof work andcommunicationsadequate inmost contexts,with somemistakes/irrelevanci es;Some errors inreferencing;Workdemonstratesadequateindependence inaddressing givenobjectives andtaking someresponsibility foroutcomes;Tendency to relyonsupport/directionfrom others;Limitedteamworkingskills;Limited reflectionwith few insights.
Elements ofdisorganisation/ poorpresentation/poor orinappropriatecommunication orexpression;Errors/omissions inreferencing,or none;Workdemonstratesinsufficientindependence inattempting toaddressgivenobjectivesand takingresponsibilityforoutcomes;Relies onsupport/direction fromothers;Underdevelopedteamworkingskills;Minimalreflectionlacks insight.
Work isdisorganised,poorlypresented withpoor/inappropriatecommunicationandexpression;Substantialerrors inreferencing, ornone;Work fails toaddressobjectives andtakeresponsibilityfor outcomes;Fails to engagein/ showsdeficiencies inteam‐working;Reflectioninadequate/absent with noinsight.
Learning materialsThe reading list for this module is available on Blackboard in the module area and online bysearching uwl.rl.talis.com. This shows real-time availability of books in the library and providesdirect links to online resources, recommended by your lecturer.Remember to log into Blackboard and Ulearn daily to receive all the latest news and supportavailable at your module sites!Subject guides (subject-guides-libguides) are also available to help you find relevant information forassignments, with contact details of the Academic Support Librarian for your School.You are reminded that the University applies penalties to students who commit an academicoffence, in which case the Academic Offences Regulations will be used to deal with anycases of academic misconduct including examination offences, plagiarism, use of ghostwriting services and other means of cheating to obtain an advantage.Essential ReadingThere are several book-keeping / accounting textbooks that capture the learning requirements ofthis module however; the following text may be worthwhile having.Page | 17Frank Wood AND Sheila Robinson: Book-keeping and accounts (eighth edition), Pearson, ISBN9780273773061Dyson, J R. Accounting for Non-Accounting Students, 8th edition, Prentice Hall. ISBN ISBN13:9780273722977 ISBN10: 02737229723 Things you need to knowTeaching at UWL/UKCBC during the academic year 2021-22 will be conducted using Ulearn andmay involve a range of on site and online teaching and learning activities. Whether you are engagingwith teaching and learning activities on site or online, we expect the same level of commitment andengagement from you. If you are unable to attend scheduled on site or online activities or completeactivities in the time frames set out, you should let your tutors know. You should aim to stick toassessment deadlines; if you are concerned that you will not be able to complete your assessmentson time, you should talk to your tutors. Your engagement, whether online or on site, will be trackedand if we see that you are not engaging, we will get in contact with you. However, we encourage youto let us know if you are having problems so we can work with you to find solutions and get you backon track as soon as possible. Give yourself the best possible chance to succeed by engaging withthe full range of learning and teaching activities available to you.All students should refer to the Attendance and Engagement Monitoring Policy particularly if yourcourse is accredited by a professional body, or if you are an International student on a Tier-4 visa, ora student on an Apprenticeship course which have additional requirements.Need help, just askThe University recognises that there are times when you may encounter difficulties during yourcourse of study and provisions are made to help you. If you think you will be unable to meet deadlinesplease talk to us, whether it’s your course/module leader, personal tutor or any member of staff, sothey can get you the support you need to succeed. You can extend your deadline if you have a goodreason why you are not able to submit a piece of coursework on time, apply online for an extensionbefore your deadline.Please remember late submission without extension or mitigation may result in penalties dependingon how late it is, see University Academic Regulations.You are expected to behave in line with UWL/UKCBC expectations, irrespective of whether yourinteractions with staff and other students are in person or online. As you will be engaging with othersonline and with a range of online materials, it is important to consider how to stay safe online andensure your communications are secure and appropriate.If you have an issue about the module, you should speak to your Module Leader or Course Leaderinformally in the first instance. Your Course Representative can also raise your concerns at CourseCommittees, which take place each semester. If you are unable to resolve it informally, you shouldrefer to the Complaints Procedure which is outlined in the student handbook and consult theStudents’ Union about it. The University aims to ensure that issues are resolved informally as quicklyas possible to have minimum impact on your studies.EngagementPage | 18Getting support for your studiesThroughout your course of study, you will have access to a wide variety of sources of supportdepending on your individual circumstances and needs. Your first point of call for getting generalacademic support is your Personal Tutor. As well as approaching your Module Leader with anyquestions specifically related to your module and your Course Leader with questions on yourCourse, do contact your Personal Tutor or Apprenticeship Support Link Tutor for academic advice inrelation to your studies and your academic development.Apart from the University-wide support framework, which encompasses the Module Leaders, CourseLeader, the Subject Librarian, and your Course Administrator, you will also have at your disposal theSPS Team. The SPS offers One-to-One Academic Support opportunities helping you to developskills relevant to your degree. Academic Skills Workshops throughout the year include the following:• Essay Planning and Writing• Critical Thinking• Reflective Writing• Group Work and Presentation Skills.3.4. Module evaluation – have your say!Towards the end of the module you will be invited to provide some anonymous feedback to theModule Leader through an online survey. This is your opportunity to give some direct feedbackabout the module through a series of questions and free text. Your constructive feedback will helpthe Module Leader and teaching team to understand the module experience from your perspectiveand helps inform the development of the module. At the end of the survey period, a response to thesurvey will be available so that you can see exactly how your voice has been heard.

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