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Practitioner Traffic Control Courses Overview

Nationally Accredited Practitioner Courses for Traffic Control and Management

Important update for Victorian Practitioner Traffic Control and Traffic Management training!

  • As of March 1st, 2024, new training courses are mandatory for Traffic Controllers (TC) and Traffic Management Implementers (TMI). Training completed under the previous system after March 1st, 2024 will no longer be recognised by the Department of Transport and Planning (DTP).
  • Don’t worry if you completed your training before March 1st, 2024! The DTP will continue to recognise existing training until they expire 3 years from the date of issue.
  • This transition period (2023-2027) allows workers to update their qualifications as their current ones expire.

Why the update?

  • Traffic management training is being modernised to align with the new Code of Practice for Worksite Safety – Traffic Management. This ensures workers have the most up-to-date knowledge and skills to keep themselves and others safe.
  • The new training utilises the National Training Framework for Temporary Traffic Management, supported by localised content specific to Victoria. This framework provides:
    • A structured learning path for different Temporary Traffic Management categories.
    • Clearer career progression opportunities.
    • A combination of theoretical (classroom) and practical training.
    • Mutual recognition of qualifications across participating Australian states and territories (with potential for additional local requirements).
  • There are three main TTM roles: Traffic Controller (TC), Traffic Management Implementer (TMI), and Traffic Management Designer (TMD). The specific role and work complexity determine the required TTM training category.
There are three main TTM roles:
  • Traffic Controller (TC)
  • Traffic Management Implementer (TMI)
  • Traffic Management Designer (TMD).

The specific role and work complexity determine the required TTM training category.

Note:

  • You need a White Card (CPCWHS1001 – Prepare to work safely in the construction industry or equivalent) before you start the training, if you are going to be working on site as a traffic controller or traffic management implementer.
  • Remember,  refreshers of the new and old training frameworks are still required every three years.

We offer a great range of courses meeting the requirements of the new Practitioner TC/TMI framework. BOOK BELOW NOW!

Practitioner Courses Available

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White Card/Construction Induction

This 1 day course provides you with the essential knowledge and skills to work on a range of construction sites, upon completion you will be issued your White Card.

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