The current Bikeability certificates are misleading. Although it says 'has attended' it needs to give a choice which you tick. Instructors would have to choose between either 'has attended' or 'has achieved all the Bikeability outcomes to be awarded Level 2' (or whatever level). It is then quite clear whether the trainee has achieved the level or not. Alternatively there could be 2 certificates. One for attendance for those who don't achieve all the outcomes and one for those who do. There are still instructors out there who think you have to give the badge and certificate following a course. It should be compared to swimming. If you can't swim a length correctly you stay in that class until you do. You cannot get the certificate until you are ready to leave the class.