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White Card, TC Essentials & TMI Essentials Combo Package

White Card (CPCWHS1001) + TC1 Essentials (RIISS00058 – Traffic Controller Skill Set for Urban Streets and Low Volume Rural Roads) + TMI1 Essentials (RIISS00060 – Traffic Management Implementer Skill Set for Urban Streets and Low Volume Rural Roads)

This set of Traffic Control Courses in Melbourne addresses the competency required to control traffic using a stop/slow bat on small urban and high volumes roads to ensure the safety of construction and maintenance workers, and the general public. In acknowledgement of the dangerous nature of controlling traffic VicRoads requires all field personnel designated as a Traffic Controller to have completed the RIISS00058 unit (TC1), and to undertake a refresher course every three years. TMI1 adds skills for higher volume roads. A White Card is needed before you can do TC1 and TMI1.

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White Card Course

What you’ll learn:
  • Identify and report common construction hazards, such as electrical risks, falling objects, and hazardous substances.
  • Select and wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) for various construction activities.
  • Understand basic workplace safety procedures, including emergency response protocols and safe work method statements (SWMS).
Benefits:
  • Mandatory for anyone working on construction sites in Australia, ensuring a baseline understanding of safety.
  • Provides essential safety knowledge applicable to any construction job, promoting a safe work environment.
Who is this for?
  • Anyone entering the construction industry, regardless of specific role.
  • Those wishing to complete TC1 or TMI1 courses.

TC1 Traffic Controller Course

This Traffic Control Course in Melbourne teaches you the skills and knowledge needed to become a traffic controller on smaller roads and city streets (Category 1). It addresses the competency required to control traffic using a stop/slow bat to ensure the safety of construction and maintenance workers, and the general public. In acknowledgement of the dangerous nature of controlling traffic VicRoads requires all field personnel designated as a Traffic Controller to have completed the RIISS00058 unit, and to undertake a refresher course every three years.

What you’ll learn:
  • Communicate effectively with drivers, workers, and supervisors.
  • Control traffic flow using stop/slow bats and temporary traffic signs, ensuring worker and driver safety.
  • Apply safe work practices on temporary traffic management sites, including hazard identification and risk mitigation.
Benefits:
  • Qualifies you for entry-level traffic control positions on low-volume roads and worksites.
  • Provides a strong foundation for further training and career development in traffic management.
Who is this for?
  • Individuals new to the traffic control field seeking to start their career.
  • Those looking for a pathway to higher-level traffic control qualifications like TC2.

TMI1 Management Implementers Essentials Course

TMI1 Traffic Management Implementers Essentials Course in Melbourne teaches you the skills and knowledge needed to plan, implement, interpret and oversee traffic management plans on smaller roads and city streets (Category 1). This will allow you to ensure the safety of construction and maintenance workers and the general public. In acknowledgement of the dangerous nature of controlling traffic VicRoads requires all field personnel responsible for setting out, implementing and/or monitoring a Traffic Guidance Scheme as required by a traffic management plan to have completed the RIIWHS302E unit and to undertake a refresher course every three years.

What you’ll learn:
  • How to manage traffic risks on a work site.
  • How to create and follow traffic management plans.
  • How to set up different types of traffic control devices.
  • How to communicate effectively with workers and drivers.
Benefits:
  • Gain critical skills for leading and managing traffic management projects.
  • Advance your career in traffic management.
  • Learn how to ensure safety for workers and drivers on roads.
Who is this for?
  • Construction site supervisors.
  • Traffic management professionals.
  • Anyone interested in learning about traffic management planning and implementation.
What you need to start:
  • Because this package begins with White Card completion, there are no prerequisites other than the physical ability and stamina required to perform the activities.

Note: Licensing and regulations may vary by region. Check with your local authorities for details.

Individuals seeking work as a traffic controller are strongly encouraged to complete White Card, Traffic Control (TC1) and Traffic Management Implementation (TMI1). Majority of traffic control companies require you to hold these 3 tickets prior to obtaining any employment as a traffic controller.

Total 4 days

  • Day 1: CPCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry' (White Card)
  •  Days 2-4 for TC Essentials (RIISS00058 - Traffic Controller Skill Set for Urban Streets and Low Volume Rural Roads) & TMI Essentials (RIISS00060 Traffic Management Implementer Skill Set for Urban Streets and Low Volume Rural Roads)

CPCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry (White Card) or equivalent is a prerequisite of both  TC Essentials (RIISS00058 - Traffic Controller Skill Set for Urban Streets and Low Volume Rural Roads) & TMI Essentials (RIISS00060 Traffic Management Implementer Skill Set for Urban Streets and Low Volume Rural Roads)

The course White Card day must be completed before TC Essentials  & TMI Essentials can be commenced.

Participants must be able to converse and comprehend basic English. Participants will complete language, numeracy and literacy assessments 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 TC Advanced and either TMI Advanced (High volume) or TMI Advanced (Freeways) to gain the required traffic management plan implementation skills to obtain work in the Traffic Control industry.

– Overview of OHS roles and responsibilities

– Site traffic management plans

– Hazard and risk management

– Principles of traffic controlling

– Working with road users. The training program involves attendance and participation in an 8 hour workshop. Each workshop is facilitated by a member of our highly experienced training team in Melbourne, 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. A 4 hour refresher workshop is also available, and recommended every three years.If your line of work involves the need to control the flow of traffic on public roads, it is extremely important that you have all the knowledge, information and training you need to conduct the task in an efficient and safe fashion. Fortunately, quality training courses are available to provide you with everything you need for the job. In Australia, it is necessary to obtain an official traffic control ticket if you are going to be conducting traffic at any point during a construction project. To do so, you will need to complete a training course led by an approved Registered Training Organisation (RTO).

  • 20 Hours jobsite placement performing Traffic Control duties with provided log book on the road type pertaining to a Traffic Management Category 1 environment.
  • Final assessment at CTG  after 20 hours of placement work have been completed. 
  • Note: 20 Hours job site experience and sign off must be completed within 6 months of course.
  • Students are required to complete 3 different set-ups based on Traffic Management Plans and Traffic Guidance Schemes relevant to their working conditions and Road type pertaining to a Traffic Management Category 1 environment.
  • Final assessment at CTG premises after 3 different set-ups on job sites have been completed.
  • Note: Practical experience on the job site and final sign off must be completed within 6 months of course.

Note: Practical experience can be obtained simultaneously on the job site. 

Final sign off for TC Essentials and TMI Essentials will be completed at the same agreed time together and must be completed within 6 months of course.

    • $1150 Including final sign off at CTG Premises

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