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Microsoft Word - EVT207A_Assessment Brief 4_Asset analysis_Week 12
1 HEP: HEP: NSW5028/CRICOS Provider Code NSW00246M
© Laureate International Universities 2016
Assessment Brief
Program Bachelor of Business
Subject code EVT207A
Subject name Event Venue Management
Assessment title
Asset performance analysis
Group or individual assessment Individual
Length 1200 words
Learning outcomes addressed
This assessment addresses the following learning
outcomes:
f) Assess the
oad key performance indicators and
success factors associated with operating a venue
Submission date 11:55pm Sunday of week 11
Total marks 120 Marks
Weighting 30%
2 HEP: HEP: NSW5028/CRICOS Provider Code NSW00246M
© Laureate International Universities 2016
Assessment Brief:
Building upon the programming and scheduling case study the you must perform an asset
performance analysis.
1. Choose 4 assets from the case study. Explain why you have chosen the particular assets
2. Complete an asset performance analysis on the four assess using the template provided
Asset name Asset criticality Condition assessment Asset Capacity
3. You must provide explanations as to how and why you have assessed each asset in each area
Marking criteria

High Distinction
18-20 points
Distinction
14-17 points
Credit
10-13 points
Pass
6-9 points
Fail
0-5 points
Four assets outlined and
easons provided as to why they
were chosen
Asset 1: Asset performance
analysis completed
Asset 2: Asset performance
analysis completed
Asset 3: Asset performance
analysis completed
Asset 4: Asset performance
analysis completed
Thorough explanations of each
asset performance analysis
Total points /120 points

Microsoft Word - Item 8.13 Appendix A - Outdoor Sports Venues Infrastructure Policy _A1384347_.doc
Appendix A – Outdoor Sports Venues Infrastructure Policy
Outdoor Sports Venues
Infrastructure Policy
2012
2
Table of contents


1. INTRODUCTION ............................................................. XXXXXXXXXX3
2. SPORTS VENUE CLASSIFICATION.............................. XXXXXXXXXX4
3. SPORTS VENUE SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE......... XXXXXXXXXX5
3.1 Priority for support infrastructure works........................................... XXXXXXXXXX5

3.2 Environmentally Sustainable Design………………………………………………..10
3.3 Responsibility for provision of sports venue support infrastructure XXXXXXXXXX
4. SPORTING PAVILIONS................................................ XXXXXXXXXX11
4.1 Priority for sporting pavilion works.................................................. XXXXXXXXXX11
XXXXXXXXXXScoring of pavilion criteria ................................................. XXXXXXXXXX12
XXXXXXXXXXFunctionality Score ............................................................... XXXXXXXXXX12
XXXXXXXXXXCondition Rating ................................................................... XXXXXXXXXX12
XXXXXXXXXXExisting Usage ...................................................................... XXXXXXXXXX12
XXXXXXXXXXSocial Inclusion .................................................................... XXXXXXXXXX13
XXXXXXXXXXPotential Development & multi use....................................... XXXXXXXXXX13
XXXXXXXXXXWeighting criteria .................................................................. XXXXXXXXXX14
4.2 Amenity standards and responsibility for provision for future pavilion
works…………………………………………………………………………………………...11
5
XXXXXXXXXXNeighbourhood Level Pavilions................................................... XXXXXXXXXX15
XXXXXXXXXXLocal Level Pavilions................................................................... XXXXXXXXXX16
XXXXXXXXXXDistrict Level Pavilions ................................................................ XXXXXXXXXX17
XXXXXXXXXXRegional Level Pavilions…………………………………………………… XXXXXXXXXX

4.3 Tennis Club houses………………………………………………………………..…...19
XXXXXXXXXXLocal Level Club houses………………………………………………………….19
XXXXXXXXXXDistrict Level Club houses………………………………………………………..19
XXXXXXXXXXRegional Level Club houses……………………………………………………...20


APPENDIX 1 - DAREBIN SPORTS VENUE CLASSIFICATION………21

APPENDIX 2 - MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES………………….24
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1. INTRODUCTION

The future strategic direction for sport and recreation in Darebin was recently
eviewed and the Leisure Strategy 2010 – 2020 was developed and adopted by
Darebin Council in October 2010.

A key direction of the Leisure Strategy was to develop a framework to ensure
existing and future leisure infrastructure is renewed, upgraded, maintained and
operated to meet service standards.
Answered Same Day May 04, 2020 EVT207A

Solution

Soumi answered on May 06 2020
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Running Head: ASSET IDENTIFICATION        1
ASSET IDENTIFICATION         2
ASSET IDENTIFICATION
Table of Contents
1. Identification of assets    3
2. Asset performance analysis    3
3. Explanation for assessment of each asset    4
References    6
1. Identification of assets
The assets that have been identified from the case study are green room, pavilion, first aid along and medical facility and the tennis clubhouse. Green room has been chosen as an asset because it plays an important role in any event management. It is the place that is used by the players, guests to freshen up. If the green rooms are well maintained then it improves the image of the place. Sporting pavilion is the whole arena where the event will be conducted. Ensuring that the pavilion is an asset for the organisation will be helpful in ensuring the success of an event. It includes a number of facilities like playing area, meeting rooms, storage and others. Ensuring that the pavilion is an asset will ensure that the smaller components are well managed.
First and medical facility are of prime importance for any sporting event. As per the views of Schulenkorf (2017), the first aid and medical facilities should be able to meet the basic standards. A good first aid and medical facilities can reduce the chances of major injuries to the sport-person and other individuals involved in the event. Identifying medical facility as an asset will be helpful in ensuring that the medical urgencies during an event can be handled with utmost precision and care. The tennis clubhouse is usually built on a large area. Identification of the tennis clubhouse as an asset helps the organisation in ensuring that there is enough space for any ceremonies. In addition to that, tennis is a major sport in any sporting event. Maintaining the tennis clubhouse in an effective manner improves the image of the organisation.
2. Asset performance analysis
    Asset name
    Asset criticality
    Condition assessment
    Asset capacity
    Green room
    It is a basic requirement.
    It should be clean, spacious and fitted with basic amenities like 24*7 water supply and others.
    4 person per room
    Sporting pavilion
    One stop solution for the players with all amenities at one place.
    Proper playing area, large parking area, clean rest rooms, hygienic public toilets and others.
    10,000 person per events
    First aid and medical facility
    Basic requirement for every event i
espective of the purpose.
    Trained professionals, fast service and clean medical rooms....
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