All developed samples for assessment should be collated and stored in an appropriate format. For example, a folio or an innovative method of display which enhances the work produced. Where the actual samples cannot be stored (eg Floristry), clear photographic evidence must be used to document the work produced.
As was said in Module 1, the format you choose for your Design Portfolio is up to you. Your may have started work on your Portfolio right from the beginning of this course, or maybe you have left it until now to get everything together. In either case, make sure that you have included everything required for assessment and presented your work logically, clearly and looking good.
Here are some handy checklists to make sure you've covered all you need to.
These are all the activities from the course. Have you added evidence of the work done during each activity to your portfolio?
For the 2 Sampling Assignments have you included notes about the following points?
Make sure your Portfolio is organised, methodical and easy for your assessor to find their way around it. Presentation is half the battle!