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Identify how your team will complete all work within the budget proposed.

please make a budget plan for the request for proposal assignment. the instructions are all written below, and please add a speaker note in the PPT. The graph is for using in the PPT. we will use 3 methods for researching, and I will attach an sample of charts I need. And another attachment is the content for this assignment. studying in Fiji sustainable tourism.
Maximum budget is $100,000, THE CHART is in the PPT I uploaded, for the budget, the first 4 are name of people (can be random), and the two fees below MUST BE INCLUDED IN THE CHART.
Below are our plan, please make a budget according to those 3.
1. Literature review research. (1-2 PEOPLE IS ENOUGH)
Sampling – who, want, when, where, how
Who, what, how will you talk to them, where will you talk to them
2. Surveys research (Google Sheets) (1-2 PEOPLE IS ENOUGH)
Random sample, maybe go to Fiji within a year
online survey
In early September 2022, for a period of one year.
3. Face-to-face interviews (hotel industry, tourism industry, catering industry) (NEED TO HIRE 2 PEOPLE A WEEK TO DO INTERVIEW, AND INCLUDING LIKE COFFEE SPENT IN IT)
Start looking for interviewees in October, and send emails/linkedin to interviewees in mid-October
Sending 100 emails may only get 50 replies.
Interviews are expected to take place in mid-November (two interviewers, the interview lasts about a week).
The content of the interview will be sorted out in mid-December.
INSTRUCTION FOR THIS PART:
● Budget
– Identify how your team will complete all work within the budget proposed.
– Consider the costs of hiring research assistants. Assume that leading Senior
Consultants cost $100 per hour, and Research Assistants (Ras) cost $50 per hour
▪ Senior consultants can do everything an RA can as well as write
surveys/interview guides, analyze data, prepare reports, give
presentations.
▪ RAs can collect data (e.g. surveys, interviews), analyze data under
supervision of a senior consultant, organize logistics etc.
▪ Consult with the instructor if you have questions about the tasks and who
might be responsible.
– Consider the time needed to set up data collection, conduct data collection, analyze
data and prepare written reports and presentations. This should be presented in
a table format

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Discuss and define Risk Management.

These questions are from the PDF’s reading materials, from the Risk Management for events. These are called Chapter Review Challenge.
Chapter #2 – Chapter Review Challenge #2 & #5 (page 56)
Risk Management Chapter #3 Chapter Review Challenge #1 & #4 (page 87)

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Explain how wine is produced on wide ground all over the Italy.

Only use online internet reference.
Explain how wine is produced on wide ground all over the Italy, with special emphasis on Prosecco that is a sparkling white wine from Italy and cover in detail grape varaity, location, enviroment, blending of grapes, plagues, storing, decanting, method, history.

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Explain how wine is produced on wide ground all over the world, go through for example, vineyard, soil, microclimate, location.

Only use online internet reference.
Explain how wine is produced on wide ground all over the world, go through
for example, vineyard, soil, microclimate, location. Mention different
classifications of wine regions. Mention different styles of wines, red, rosé,
sparkling, fortified and so on. Explain how wine is served, different types of
glasses and which treatment glasses need. Compare grapes grown in different
countries or regions and what affects the final product.  Grape varaity
 Location
 environment
 Blending of grapes
 Plagues
 Storing
 Decanting
 Method
 History
 Wine styles

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Which analyse the external environment.

Assignment One:
You are a middle management analyst within your organization. The organisation is within the
Hospitality, Events, Aviation and Tourism (HEAT) industries. You have been commissioned by the
CEO to evaluate the strategic environment in which they operate. They are looking for you to
provide a fresh view of the current internal and external situation with a view to influencing any future
strategic direction. You should use your analysis to generate conclusions and evaluate what your
findings mean for the organization. You are required to submit this in the form of a report that can
be circulated to the Senior Management Team. To achieve this, you will need to undertake the
following:
• Select a company and conduct research through accessing a range of sources
which includes information produced by the company and external academic or professional
evaluations. You are advised to check you can access sufficient information on your company
before finalising your choice.
• Identify, select and use a strategic management tool or range of strategic management
tools to help you assess the internal and external environment in which the company
operates.
• Use your analysis and research to generate conclusions that will help advise
the CEO on the best strategic way forward for the company.
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• Produce a document that presents this information in a concise and
professional way.
Evidence from your research should be critically appraised to inform a line of argument. In turn this
will enable critical evaluation of your research findings to enhance the recommendations and
conclusions made.  The report should be proofread to enhance clarity and coherence, whilst
ensuring grammar, presentation and structure are of a professional standard.
Your report must be formatted using standard professional report conventions. This should include
numbered headings. You may also add additional levels of headings to the ones outlined below. It
should be written in a clear, concise and direct professional style. You should use Aerial font size
12. Paragraphs should be left- or fully justified and use 1.5 or double spacing. Sources should be
formatted according to the Harvard style of referencing. You should adopt the following structure for
your document:
• Title or cover page*
• Executive summary*
• Contents page*
• Introduction
• Assessment of the internal environment
• Assessment of the external environment
• Conclusions and evaluation
• References*
• Appendices (if required) *
*These do not contribute towards the word count
Assessment Criteria
Your work will be assessed against the following criteria:
• Assessment of the internal environment – 25%
The extent to which the document shows a strong critical application and understanding of tools
which analyse the internal environment.
• Assessment of the external environment – 25%
The extent to which the document shows a strong critical application and understanding of tools
which analyse the external environment.
• Conclusions and evaluation – 30%
The ability to use evidence to generate logical conclusions.
• Research and references – 10%
The quality and evaluation of the sources used and ability to reference using the Harvard style.
• Writing and presentation – 10%
Demonstration of effective professional writing and word processing skills

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What are the problems and issues with the events staged here?part b) suggestions for more effective use…key questions to address in this part of the report

Officially it’s a report in terms of classification thing, but actually it’s called a site appraisal.An appraisal of how the Trafalgar Square in London is used as a venue for events, which includes two essential elements:
Part A) How is this space used as a venue at present?Key questions to address in this part of the report
What events are staged here, for what reasons?
How is the space transformed into a venue?
What are the advantages of the space as a venue for events?
What are the problems and issues with the events staged here?Part B) Suggestions for more effective use…Key questions to address in this part of the report
How could the space be better utilised as a venue?
What permanent changes could be made to allow the space to better accommodate events?
What events could be staged here that currently aren’t?
How could events be staged differently to maximise +ve outcomes & minimise -ve ones?Your report should be based around visual elements – making use of annotated maps, photographs and other graphic material.It should be a report with lots of visuals, images. Include diagrams. Please use CadMapper website for the map design.
Do a report without writing any conventional paragraphs.
Can do an entirely visual report that still has 1500 words of text embedded within the maps and diagrams.
But it can also be visual-text, visual-text.
Make it more visual document.The main thrust of the report should be a visual response.
If you address the brief of the assignment then it doesn’t really matter how you approach it.
At least 1500 words that doesn’t include the reference list but it includes everything else.I am gonna add an example in files of how site appraisal should look like.Books to use for the referencing:
Brown, G. (2020) Eventscapes: Transforming Place, Space and Experiences. Routledge.Ivers, B. C. (2018). Staging Urban Landscapes: The Activation and Curation of Flexible Public Spaces. Birkhäuser.Richards, G. and Palmer, R. (2010) Eventful Cities. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann.Richards, G. (2017). Eventful Cities: Strategies for Event-Based Urban Development. In The SAGE Handbook of New Urban Studies.Smith, A. (2016). Events in the City: Using Public Spaces as Event Venues. Abingdon: Routledge.Antchak, V., Ziakas, V. and Getz, D. (2019) Event Portfolio Management: Theory and methods for event management and tourism. Goodfellow.Cudny, W. (2016). Festivalisation of Urban Space: Factors, Processes and Effects. Springer.Delgado, M (2016). Celebrating Urban Community Life. Fairs, Festivals, Parades and Community Practice. London: Toronto University Press.Ehrenreich, B. (2008) Dancing in the Streets: a History of Collective Joy. London: Granta.Foley, M. McGillivray, D. and McPherson, G. (2012). Event Policy: From Theory to Strategy. Abingdon: Routledge.Getz, D. (2018) Event Impact Assessment: Theory and methods for event management and tourism. Goodfellow.
Newbold, C., Maughan, C., Jordan, J., & Bianchini, F. (2015). Focus on Festivals: Contemporary European Case Studies and Perspectives. Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers.Smith, A. (2012). Events and Urban Regeneration. The Strategic Use of Events to Revitalise Cities. Abingdon: Routledge.Ziakas, V. (2014). Event Portfolio Planning and Management: a Holistic Approach. Abingdon: Routledge.Johnson, A. J., & Glover, T. D. (2013). Understanding urban public space in a leisure context. Leisure Sciences, 35(2), 190-197.Quinn, B., Columbo, A., Lindström, K., McGillivray, D., & Smith, A. (2020). Festivals, public space and cultural inclusion: public policy insights. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 29 (11/12), 1-18.Richards, G. (2015). Events in the network society: The role of pulsar and iterative events. Event Management, 19(4), 553-566.

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Risk management also involves reducing liability for your agency to reduce the consequences of damage or of breaching standards due to operations, products, services or negligence.

*This assignment is for a graduate-level course titled Law in Hospitality, Recreation, and Tourism. Risk Management Plan Instructions You are writing a plan – not a research paper. Select a specific Hospitality, Recreation, and/or Tourism setting to focus on. Write a plan that could be used to train staff about risk management. Limit the use of full sentences – highlight key information using detailed bullet points, original charts/graphs/tables, and include graphics throughout. 1. Develop an original Risk Management plan for one HRT program, facility or service. For example: A hotel front desk, kitchen in a restaurant, cruise ship activity program, special event, swimming pool, fitness center, after-school youth program, sports program, campus recreation fitness program, recreation therapy program, etc. 2. Risk management can be described as the process of proactively identifying potential risks to health and safety, analyzing those risks and taking precautionary steps to reduce or curb the risk. Protecting people (patrons, staff and others) is the top priority. Risk management also involves reducing liability for your agency to reduce the consequences of damage or of breaching standards due to operations, products, services or negligence. 3. The Risk Management Plan should focus on the prevention of accidents and injuries, reducing liability and improving safety. The plan you will be writing is different from a Crisis Management Plan – it will not include actions to be taken for sudden, significant and negative events that threaten the safety and security of many people. Your Risk Management Plan will not include an Emergency Action Plan (step-by-step protocols to deal with an injury, accident or medical emergency). Instead, design a plan centered on managing overall risk for an HRT program, facility or service that describes the standard of care and overall safety protocols. 4. This is not a generic assignment. Write a plan specifically for the HRT program, facility or service you select with an overall plan for managing risk in that setting. 5. A total of two references are required; all references should be directly related to your selected HRT setting and meet the following reference requirements: a. A minimum of one current article from a peer-reviewed journal or a trade publication published between 2006-2022. The article should relate directly to risk management in your selected HRT setting. The only acceptable .com website references are articles from a professional trade publication designed to improve practices for professionals in a trade or industry like a hotel, restaurant or recreation program. b. One current Risk Management Plan from an organization in your selected HRT field, published between 2006-2022. Tip: Search online using the name of the setting and the name of the plan (for example: Aquatic Risk Management Plan). c. Do NOT use general information from web pages, videos, Wikipedia, dictionaries, encyclopedias, book reviews, abstracts, press releases, magazine or newspaper articles. d. To look for references, you can search using Google or another search engine, using key terms like: risk management plan, hotel, restaurant, event, campus recreation, community center, parks and recreation, senior center, youth center, recreation therapy program, tourism business, etc. 6. The goal is to get ideas from references about what should be included in the plan and to write your own original, basic plan describing the steps you and your staff should take to manage risk. The work should be original and written by you for this class (with no direct quotes, no copying and pasting the work of others). Interpret ideas, lists, tables, charts and text from your references in your own words. 7. The plan should include concise, easy-to-follow written descriptions, lists, tables or charts. Your work must be in Word or PDF format for submission to Turnitin. 8. In the Risk Management Plan, you should identify risks, analyze risks (level of risk, foreseeability, likelihood of an injury or damage), steps to control the risk and monitor/review/modify procedures on an ongoing basis. Some elements of the plan are: a. Planning and training. b. Inspection, maintenance, cleaning and repair. c. Informed consent, waivers and insurance. d. Human resources, training, certifications, protocols. e. Facilities, equipment, storage, and use of chemicals. f. Documentation and Record Storage. Assignment details: 1. Use a readable font, and be sure to grammar and spell-check your document. Make the document easy to read, use and understand. Use headings to organize the plan. 2. Full citations in APA format should be provided at the end of the plan for all references used. Pay attention to capitalization and spacing, and include all required information. Do not underline, bold, or use a font color other than black in your citations. The reference list should be in alphabetical order. Double-space throughout the reference page and use a hanging indent (indent each line after the first in each citation). 3. You can earn up to 250 points for the assignment (2.5 letter grades). Points earned will be based on the professional presentation of the information, quality, content, originality, references, and citations. 4. There is no specified length for the assignment; design a plan that can be used to train professionals in the selected setting about procedures to manage risk. You are not being asked to write a long comprehensive document (some examples of Risk Management Plans posted online are hundreds of pages in length). However, you should write a detailed plan for one HRT facility, program or service that includes the main elements listed above (8 a-f). 5. Submit your work early to the Turnitin link so you have time to deal with technical issues and make revisions if needed. The level on the Similarity Report should be 14% or less, including citations, with no highlighted sections or sentences in the document other than citations. Use your own words throughout, do not copy the work of other authors or your previous work.

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Explanation of how you believe recreation and leisure may be used to promote equity, access, and just communities (10)____ formatting & references (10 points) • writing style/organization, grammar, spelling (5) ___ • correct apa format in text & in references (5) ___ total score ______ /75

Instructions The “This I Believe” paper, a concept adapted from the popular radio series of Edward Murrow, is a summary of what the student believes about recreation and leisure and its place in contemporary society. Throughout the course, we have spoken about various definitions of leisure, leisure’s evolution over the course of time, and how like all social systems, leisure and recreation is influenced by systemic, structural, and inter- and intrapersonal barriers for different populations and communities. In the final paper, you should reflect on the topics discussed in class, carefully cross-examining and critically assessing the social and environmental inequities that currently exist in parks, recreation, and leisure, and how the next evolution can be more just (i.e, equitable and inclusive). The paper should conclude with the student’s personal definition of recreation and leisure and what the form they “believe” it should take in the future. The “This I Believe” paper is designed to help you form a conceptual and personal definition of leisure and recreation and to critically assess how mitigating and/or eliminating social and environmental inequities related to recreation and leisure will help to produce better communities. This paper should serve as a guiding framework – an anchor point to which you can turn when they are faced with ethical or value-laden issues during their career. This paper should incorporate readings from the class and, as appropriate, supplementary readings that support the student’s perspectives. Papers should be in APA format (6th or 7th edition), 12-point font, double-spaced, and should be at least 750 words, but not exceed 7 pages (excluding references). Below is a breakdown of how students will be assessed. Grading detail: Critical Thinking (30 points) • Incorporated critical thought about constraints to leisure engagement by marginalized populations (15) ___ • Demonstrated thoughtfulness of social and environmental justice issues within parks, recreation, and leisure (15) ___ Incorporation of Class Material (15 points) • Adequately included class and outside material to support conclusions (10) ___ • Class material synthesized within paper (10) ___ Personal Philosophy and Connection with more Just Communities (20 points) • State: Personal philosophical statement clearly expressed. This is a straightforward statement that encapsulates what you believe (5) ___ • Align: Explanation of how this definition aligns with recreation and leisure in contemporary society (5)__ • Apply. Explanation of how you believe recreation and leisure may be used to promote equity, access, and just communities (10)____ Formatting & References (10 points) • Writing style/organization, Grammar, spelling (5) ___ • Correct APA format in text & in references (5) ___ Total Score ______ /75

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What do you need to know in terms of cultural do’s, taboos or differences?

You will plan an outbound trip to a foreign destination of your choice. I CHOOSE GREECE. Select a category of foreign travel for your trip. These categories are offered: 1. Heritage and Cultural Tourism -Museums, art or music -History, battlefields or religion -Study – attend college for a semester or year abroad, perform research 2.Entertainment, Sports and Recreation Tourism -Hosteling, B&B or backpacking -Hotels or guided tours -Sun, sand or surf 3. Environmental Tourism -Natural areas : Ecotourism, Adventure Tourism -Volunteering short stay (2 +/- weeks) or long-stay (2 +/- years) Then prepare a short powerpoint presentation about the country and your trip: What organizations are involved in your destination and internationally in the area of tourism you picked? How can you prepare for your trip? What does the State Department say regarding travel advisories in that country? What can you expect? What do you need to know in terms of cultural do’s, taboos or differences? How will you get around? Where will you stay? Find at least 2 articles for your project, 2 books, and interview one person in the country, or someone who has traveled there.

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What does the State Department say regarding travel advisories in that country?

You will plan an outbound trip to a foreign destination of your choice. I CHOOSE GREECE. Select a category of foreign travel for your trip. These categories are offered: 1. Heritage and Cultural Tourism -Museums, art or music -History, battlefields or religion -Study – attend college for a semester or year abroad, perform research 2.Entertainment, Sports and Recreation Tourism -Hosteling, B&B or backpacking -Hotels or guided tours -Sun, sand or surf 3. Environmental Tourism -Natural areas : Ecotourism, Adventure Tourism -Volunteering short stay (2 +/- weeks) or long-stay (2 +/- years) Then prepare a short powerpoint presentation about the country and your trip: What organizations are involved in your destination and internationally in the area of tourism you picked? How can you prepare for your trip? What does the State Department say regarding travel advisories in that country? What can you expect? What do you need to know in terms of cultural do’s, taboos or differences? How will you get around? Where will you stay? Find at least 2 articles for your project, 2 books, and interview one person in the country, or someone who has traveled there.