All Traffic Control & Management Courses
RIIWHS205E & RIIWHS302E Traffic Control & Management – 1 Day Course
This course is a comprehensive and instructive course that meets the national standards in traffic management training. It is delivered with Victorian centric content, but also includes information relevant for traffic control in other states & territories.
With specific guidance in the newly reviewed Road Safety (Traffic Management) Regulations and the Code of Practice Worksite Safety – Traffic Management, this training course meets the requirements and standards of the national units of competence.Learn more 1 day
RIIWHS205E & RIIWHS302E – Traffic Control & Management Refresher
This course ensures that any person that currently holds Traffic Management or Control tickets to the level approved by Vic Roads (RIIWHS205E & RIIWHS302E), can complete this refresher with the knowledge that it will provide competency to current industry standards.Learn more 1 day
Prepare Traffic Management Plans and Traffic Guidance Schemes Refresher – 1 Day Course
Personnel are required to complete refresher training at three-year intervals to keep up with ongoing changes to standards and legislation. Employers are required to ensure that employees’ qualifications are sufficient and current.
The VicRoads Worksite Traffic Management training site states:Learn more 1 day
All personnel responsible for preparing, approving, reviewing and/or making modifications to a Traffic Management Plan (including the worksite hazard assessment) must have:
RIICWD503E – Prepare Traffic Management Plans and Traffic Guidance Schemes – 2 Day Course
This is a Diploma level unit, and as such it has considerable scope, depth and complexity. This course covers a variety of topics relevant to the completion of traffic management plans in Civil Construction or allied industries, including:Learn more 2 days
Traffic Management Awareness – 1 Day Course
If you are managing a worksite with traffic, you will need to know and understand the legal obligations and implications under the Road Management Act and Vic Roads standards of operation. You will prepare a MoA and Site Risk Assessment, and identify road types and devices relevant to the control site.Learn more 1 day