Typically this stage is the first interaction between a cause and a learner. We expect learners to be using this period to ask questions, put together a short proposal and establish a direction for the project...
At this stage, the learner is expected to begin working independently to plan and draft the first version of the deliverable. The learner will use insights collected in stage 1 as well as the relevant behaviours to complete this stage.
This stage should be utilised to present and review the first draft of the deliverable. It's an opportunity for the learner to collaborate, reflect, and practice safely in the real world.
At this stage, the learner should incorporate any feedback provided to deliver an improved final draft by resolving any outstanding problems and showing determination to successfully deliver on the scope.
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