Project Description

Traffic Management (Short Term Works)

RIIWHS302E – Implement traffic management plans

This Traffic Management Course in Melbourne is designed for anyone intending to or carrying out short term low impact works on the road network, including the utilities sector, surveying industry and event workers (Non- traffic management companies) controlling traffic by implementing Traffic Guidance Schemes.

It ensures the competency required to interpret and implement Traffic Guidance Schemes to ensure the safety of construction and maintenance workers and the general public.

This course is not suitable for anyone working directly in the traffic management industry (Traffic management businesses or its employees/contractors).

Any individual working or intending to directly work for traffic management businesses must complete the new mandatory temporary traffic management courses (TC and TMI). Please call for more information in regards to these new training courses.

In acknowledgement of the dangerous nature of implementing Traffic Guidance Schemes the Department Of Transport requires that all field personnel responsible for setting out, implementing and/or monitoring a Traffic Guidance Scheme for short term low impact works on the road network, including the utilities sector, surveying industry and event workers to have completed the RIIWHS302E unit and to undertake a refresher course every three years.

Individuals seeking work as a traffic controller / traffic management implementer for short term low impact works are strongly encouraged to complete White Card, Traffic Control and Traffic Management.

There are no prerequisites for this course. However, please check Entry Requirements below.

Participants must be able to converse and comprehend basic English. Participants will complete language, numeracy and literacy assessment on course commencement to assess their capacity to meet language requirements.

Applicants must also have the physical capacity to meet the requirements of the unit (i.e. carry and handle the stop-slow bats and signages as required.).

It is highly recommended that you also complete RIIWHS205E Control traffic with stop-slow bat to obtain work carrying out short term low impact works on the road network, including the utilities sector, surveying industry and event workers.

– Prepare to and implement traffic management plans

– Set up signage scheme

– Monitor traffic flow

– Close down

– Storage and maintenance of equipment and signage

The training program involves attendance and participation at an 8 hour workshop. Each workshop is facilitated by a member of our highly experienced training team, and includes trainer presentations, small group work and practical activities – so your participation will be required! Assessment will require satisfactory completion of a written test and a series of practical demonstrations.

In Australia, it is necessary to obtain an official traffic management ticket if you are going to be carrying out short term low impact works on the road network, including the utilities sector, surveying industry and event workers. To do so, you will need to complete a training course led by an approved Registered Training Organisation (RTO).

A 4 hour refresher workshop is also available, and recommended every three years.

The course is a one day course.

This course can also be run off-site, on request of the customer. Minimum numbers do apply. Please contact one of our friendly staff should this be of interest.

Contact the office for more information.

*Surcharge will apply on private bookings during weekends

Pricing For Rowville: $195 per person.

Pricing For On-site training: $215 per person.

 

*Surcharge will apply on private bookings during weekends

How long does a traffic management ticket last?

After successfully completing traffic management training, individuals must refresh their tickets every 3 years. This is a Department of Transport and Planning requirement. The traffic refresher course is a 1 day course which covers both traffic control and traffic management.

What is the purpose of a traffic management plan course?

The purpose of completing a traffic management plan  course is that it is a requirement of the Department of Transport and Planning in order to obtain a work as an traffic plan implementer. This course is designed so that all students leave will the skills and knowledge required to interpret and implement traffic management plans for short term low impact works on the road network, including the utilities sector, surveying industry and event worker industry.

How to get into traffic management course?

To book in for traffic management, all that is recommended is to hold your white card prior to training.

What is traffic management?

Traffic Management refers to the process of controlling and regulating the flow of vehicles and pedestrians on roads, streets, and highways to ensure safety, efficiency, and convenience for all users. It involves a variety of strategies, technologies, and regulations aimed at optimising traffic flow, reducing congestion, minimising accidents, and improving transportation infrastructure.

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Traffic Management 5 June 2024, 07:30 am - 04:00 pm 12 Kingsley Cl Rowville 17 vacancies $195.00
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