Intensive Traffic Management Program

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Course Information

We have great trainers who are with you every step of the way and our Brisbane traffic classes include 8 hours theory training and we organise 20 hours practical placement to complete your course with an approved Traffic Management Company

You must have held  a driver’s licence, foreign, provisional or open, within the last 5 years.

You must hold or be prepared to get a White Card – CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry units of competency before you undertake any practical work 

You must be mentally and physically fit to work.

You will be required to provide your own PPE to complete the training including:

  • Hardhat
  • Safety sunglasses
  • Regulated long sleeve traffic control fluoro shirt
  • Lace up safety boots
  • Work pants (with the mandatory fluoro stripes above and below the knees)
  • 5-watt UH850 S titanium radios (Uniden or something similar)
  • A Stop/ Slow Bat (1.8M height)

The program involves Intensive Traffic Management Training:

  • White Card (CPCCWHS1001)
  • Traffic Control (RIIWHS205E) – including Vocational Placement
  • Traffic Management Implementation (RIIWHS302E) – including site setups

Participants must have a current Drivers Licence, and registered running vehicle, be able to stand for periods of time and pass a drug and alcohol test.
It’s a great program with flexibility for our students

Suitable, competent participants are being offered employment with Traffic Control companies once they have obtained their Interim Traffic Control licence)

Packaging Rules

6 units over 3 courses to be achieved

Pricing

$650 full price
Payment plans available

Course Duration

3 Days in Class followed by 20 Hours Placement

3 Site Setups

Qualifications

Upon successful completion of the courses in this program, participants receive a Statement of Attainment for: CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry, RIIWHS205E Control traffic control with stop slow bat*, RIIWHS302E Implement Traffic Management Plans**

*To work as a Traffic Controller, you must be approved by the Department of Transport and Main Roads. Licensing fees apply.

**To work as a Traffic Implementer, you must also complete your Working in Proximity to Traffic – Awareness Certificates Part 1 and 2. Additional fees apply.

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