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UNIT 13; TASK 3 or M2D2

P4 - plan to take part in a selection interview P5 - take part in a selection interview These 2 criterias (P4P5) are covered physically and will be assessed by your tutors M2 - analyse your contribution to the selection process in a given situation D2 - evaluate your experience of planning and participating in the recruitment and selection process All of the criteria listed above has been highlighted and met in this report

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BTEC Level 3 National Business Student Book 1
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