CertCheck is an optional feature that you can request to be enabled. The main purpose of this feature is to provide validation for any Certificates issued, providing peace of mind to anyone who suspects that the award might not be legitimate.
Enabling CertCheck will activate a publicly accessible page on your site. On this page, you can enter the name of the student and the Certificate Number to bring up the outcomes that they achieved for the units on that Certificate.
You will need to contact the ReadyTech support team and request for this feature to be enabled.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Accessing your CertCheck page
- Viewing the details for a Certificate
- Changing the settings for your CertCheck page
- Using CertCheck with QR codes
Accessing your CertCheck page
The details for the CertCheck page on your site can be accessed via Administration → Configuration → Preferences.
On the left-hand side of the page, click on the CertCheck button and you should be brought to a page that contains your CertCheck settings.
The link to your CertCheck page will be under the URL heading, click on it to open your CertCheck page.
Viewing the details for a Certificate
To view any details for the Certificate, you will need to have the following details:
1. First Name
3. Certificate Number
These details can be found on any award that has been issued by an RTO. Place the details into the corresponding text boxes on the page, then click on the Verify button.
This will bring up the Qualification Details, along with a list of units that the student completed towards the Certificate and the specific Outcomes of those units.
Please Be Aware
The CertCheck page will display any units in the enrolment connected to the Certificate that have an outcome, including those without a completed outcome.
Changing the settings for your CertCheck page
Go to your CertCheck settings page and click on the Edit button.
- Enable CertCheck for: Setting this to All Providers will enable the CertCheck page for every provider (also called RTOs) on your site. Setting this to Per Provider allows you to restrict which providers can access CertCheck.
- Logo: You can select an image to display on your CertCheck page, it will place the image inside of the page header at the top left of the page. Check out this article on how to add images to your site.
- Header Colour: This will set the colour for the header at the top of the CertCheck page.
- Layout Colour: This will set the colour for the header of the CertCheck Details box.
- Page Description: In this text box, you can enter a message that will be displayed on the CertCheck page. For example, you could provide a welcome message or a short summary on how to use the feature.
- URL: This contains the URL to the CertCheck page for your site. You will need to provide the URL to anyone that needs to access your CertCheck page.
Using CertCheck with QR codes
QR codes can be included on your Certificate templates. Once the QR code is scanned, it will take the user to the CertCheck page and automatically pre-fill all the required details to check that certificate.
To add QR codes to your Certificates, you will need to contact ReadyTech support and provide them with an example of your Certificates with the QR code added.
Please be aware that requesting QR codes to be added to your Certificates you may incur additional charges.