The SmartMove Certificate
The WorkSafe SmartMove Certificate has been developed for students in years ten to twelve, and for new young workers between the ages of 15 to 21. It is designed to make young workers more aware of what can happen in the workplace. It gives students/young workers a chance to learn about the potential dangers, rights and responsibilities that exist within the workplace. You will need to register with the website and log in before attempting the SmartMove Certificate, as progress, results and achieved certificates are saved.
The General Module introduces important facts about safety laws and common hazards, and needs to be completed before you can access the Industry Modules. Once you have completed the General Module, you can then select an Industry Module that best suits your future or current work placement, or your area of interest. Each of the Industry Modules contain more detailed information on the main hazards specific to each industry.
WorkSafe SmartMove will generate a downloadable and printable certificate when you successfully complete ONE Industry Module quiz. The Industry Module quizzes also contains questions on issues that were covered in the General Module. If a teacher/trainer wishes to integrate the SmartMove Certificate into the Passport Program, it is recommended that the Certificate isn't attempted until Lessons 1 to 4 of the Passport Program are completed. Students may struggle to complete the Certificate successfully without some prior WHS knowledge.
- Can you tell me more about the SmartMove General Module?
- To gain a SmartMove certificate, you first need to complete the General Module quiz before attempting an Industry Module. The module contains work health and safety (WHS) general knowledge information, and multiple-choice questions, that relate to the information presented. Once you have passed the general module with a score of 80% or higher (28 out of a possible 35, with multiple attempts permitted) the Industry Modules become available. Go to an Industry Module of your choice, complete the Industry Module quiz, and download/print your certificate.
Please note there is no certificate for just completing the general module.
- Can you tell me more about the Industry Modules?
- There are 14 Industry Modules available, each one relating to specific workplace environments. The Industry Modules become available once you have scored 80% or higher on the General Module. The Industry Module quizzes are in a slightly different format to the General Module quiz, and each one contains WHS information relating to a specific workplace, as well as multiple-choice questions. To obtain the SmartMove certificate, simply choose ONE Industry Module quiz and score 80% or higher, (13 out of a possible 16), once you have finished the General Module quiz. Upon successful completion, a certificate will be generated that states you have passed both the General Module and relevant Industry Module. You can attempt each Industry Module as often as you like.
- Can you tell me about the WHS Extension quiz/certificate?
- The WHS certificate is specifically designed for students with special educational needs that may find the Industry Module quizzes overly challenging, or may not be entering a workplace in the near future. It is formatted in the same way as the General Module. Scoring 80%, (10 out of a possible 12), generates a SmartMove certificate. Unlike the Industry Modules, students do not need to pass the General Module to access this module. Complete the WHS Extension Module quiz, and download/print your certificate.
- What are all of the modules that are available? What information do they contain?
- Below is a list of all the modules, both General and Industry, that make up the SmartMove certificate. Each one links to downloadable/printable documents which contain all of the WHS information that appears in the online modules. Please note that none of the documents contain their related quiz.
To begin the SmartMove certificate, register/log in and select the General Module below
The Industry Modules are not available until a score of 80% or higher is achieved in the General Module