Certifications act as a proof of attainment, and allow you to see what training, licences, qualifications and checks you have received. Certifications can also form a requirement for certain roles you may work in, such as a security guard needing a security license or a child care worker needing a certificate 4 in childcare.
On the mobile app, the certification submission feature allows you to complete and/or update your assigned certifications, including the ability to upload supporting documentation. You can also use the certification record viewing feature to see all certifications assigned to your employee file.
This will enable you to see not only the status of all your submissions but also the details on each of your specific certifications. Another part of this feature is the ability to access a history log, showing all the supporting documentation you have submitted for each certification renewal you have completed.
In order for a certification to show on your mobile app, it first needs creating by your organisation admin. To read further details on how to create a certification refer to the following article.
- Log into the mobile application.
- Tap the My Certifications button.
- Tap a certification that requires actioning.
- Click the Edit button.
- Complete the following fields:
- Completion date.
Depending on the certification type
assigned to the employee, the field
will either say Completion Date or
- Any driving offences/accidents/cancellations.
- Supporting documentation.
To add a supporting document, click
the Add button, then upload the
required file. Once the supporting
documentation has successfully uploaded,
the system will automatically save the file.
The maximum uploaded file size allowed is 10Mb
for all attachments, with only PDF, Jpeg, and
PNG file types accepted.
- Click the Save button.
|Active||Employee has completed the certification and all the details are valid.|
|In review||Employee has completed the certification; However, it requires a primary or secondary manager to approve or decline it.|
|Outstanding||Employee has not yet completed the certification.|
|Declined||The employee's manager has declined the Certification.|
|Expired||The certification is no longer valid because of its expiry or renewal date.|