Online Learning


Living Planit use Moodle to provide the best online learning experience to all our students.

Before 1st April 2020

If you are enrolled with Living Planit before 1st April 2020, click here.

After 1st April 2020

If you are enrolled with Living Planit after 1st April 2020, click here.

Operating system

Windows 7, 10, Mac OSX Sierra, iPad IOS10.

Moodle Mobile App is not recommended due to poor performance. We recommend that on a mobile device you log in to Moodle using the web browser. If you are completing an assessment or activity that has a grading component, we recommend that you use Moodle through a desktop browser.

Internet browser

Compatible browsers include:

  • Google Chrome 32-bit version 50 or later
  • Safari 10 or later

MS Internet Explorer is not recommended


We recommend that the following be enabled:

  • Cookies
  • Pop-ups (in both Internet browser and security software)
  • Javascript
  • Before 1st April and all Diploma course

If you are enrolled before 1st April, or you are enrolled to a Diploma course, please go to page.

  • After 1st April

If you are enrolled after 1st April for a Certificate IV course, please go to

Enter your Username/Email and Password and click Log in or press Enter.

Once you are logged into Moodle, you will be directed to your Moodle Dashboard.

  1. Your courses are displayed under Course Overview (1). Click the name of the course to view the course home page.
  2. You can also find your course by navigating to Site Home (2).
  3. To log out, click Log out (3) at the drop-down menu under your name.

You may not have entered either your User ID or Password correctly. If you’ve forgotten your password, please visit “forgot password” page and type in your username/email to reset your password.

Please note it may take several minutes for the rest password email to arrive your inbox. If you didn’t receive the reset password email, please make sure you check your junk mail as well.

If you still have technical or administrative problem with your online access, please contact:

Course overview

Course overview displays a list of your courses and their recent updates. This section of the page contains a list of the courses you are enrolled in.

If you are expecting to find a course but it is not listed, please click “Site home” to search for the course.


In the Course overview page, your Timeline lets you know if any upcoming activities such as assignments and quizzes are due. You can sort the Timeline either by the date they are due or by the course they belong to.


The boxes down the left-hand side of the page are called “blocks”. They contain specific information or functions for students in Moodle.

Blocks are items that contain specific information or functions for students in Moodle. To add, move, dock and undock a block, click the Customise this page button at the top right of the page.

  • Adding a block: click Add a block, select which block you want to add from the pop-up list.

  • Removing a block: Click the settings dropdown menu and select Delete block

  • Rearranging a block: Click and hold the Move block icon, drag the block up or down the block column and drop it in the desired location.

Your profile determines what information other users can see about you in a Moodle course.

When you’re first enrolled in a Moodle course, the system creates a personal profile for you. You can:

  • add an image of yourself, or an avatar, or any other image, which will display next to your contributions – for example, to your posts on discussion forums
  • add information about yourself and your interests
  • specify whether Moodle should display your email address to others and, if so, to whom
  • select the method Moodle should use to let you know what’s happening in your courses (configure your notification settings).
  • configure your privacy settings

edit your profile

On the Dashboard or the course home page, click on your name to open the dropdown menu, then profile (1), followed by edit profile (2) on the following page.

On the Edit profile page, your basic details will display, along with default selections of a number of different settings:

Email display (1): Select whether to hide your email address, display it to everyone or display it to only fellow course students.

Country and Timezone settings (2): If you are living and studying in another country than Australia, select it from the Select a country drop-down list.

Note: If studying in Australia, do not make changes to Timezone, or your assignment deadlines will be different from those set by your instructors.

Description (3): To continue editing your profile, enter a description of yourself. Ensure that this is appropriate for display to instructors and to other students in your Moodle courses.

You can also add more information about yourself.

Notifications alert teachers, students and other users about events in Moodle such as new forum posts, assessment feedback, etc.

Clicking the “Bell Icon” displays any new notifications, along with the option to mark all as read (1 below), to go to the notification’s preferences page (2) to change how notifications are received, and (3) to view all notifications.

Unless disabled by the administrator, teachers, students and other users may send and receive private messages via Moodle. This is in addition to receiving notifications about assignments, forum discussions etc.

There are several types of assessment (assignment) in Moodle:

  • Online text – Typically used to accept simple text-based assignments within the browser window
  • File submission – Can be used to accept a range of file types including MS Word, MS Excel, PDF and Images

If you are completing an assessment or activity with a grading component, use a recommended browser on a desktop or laptop computer. Apple iPad’s and other tablets are not fully supported for use with Moodle.

When submitting an assignment in Moodle, keep in mind that if you are inactive in Moodle for too long your session will time out and you’ll need to log in again.

Before you upload an assignment file, ensure that:

  • all files are in formats that the readers will be able to access
  • the filename observes any naming conventions that are current for your course.

1. On the course home page, click the assignment name.

2. On the Submission status page, click Add submission.

3. Upload your file submissions and click save changes. You can upload multiple files at the same time. Different assignment may have different restrictions for file sizes and maximum number of files.

4. On the Submission status page, your assignment status has now changed to “Draft”. You can “Edit submissions” or click “Submit assignment” to go to the next step.

5. On submission confirmation page, tick the declaration box and click “continue” to submit your assignment.

6. Your Submission status has now changed to “Submitted for grading”. You will also receive an automatic email sent from Moodle to confirmation submissions.

7. Once your submissions have been assessed by your assessor, a feedback will be provided to you and your Grading status will be changed to “Graded”.

8. If you have been assessed as Not Yet Competent, a new attempt will be opened for you. Your Submission status will be changed to “Reopened”. You can update your submissions based on previous submission or add a new attempt.

The Quiz activity module allows the teacher to design and build quizzes consisting of a large variety of Question types, including multiple choice, true-false, short answer and drag and drop images and text.

1. On the course home page, click the Quiz Activity name.

2. Click Attempt quiz now to start.

3. Select your answers for each question. You can check your answers by clicking (3) and navigate between all questions by using the Quiz navigation (4).

4. Once you have answered all questions, click Finish attempt at the bottom of the page to finalise your attempt.

5. On the Summary of attempt page, you can check the status of all quiz questions. You can return to attempt (6) to edit your attempt or submit all and finish (7).

Some quiz activity may have limited attempts, and some may have unlimited attempts.

If you have any technical or administrative problem with Moodle, please contact:

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