Course Details

This course is classroom based. CCF provide laptops (class sets) for the 2 days of training. All assessments are completed on our Learner Management System (LMS) Cloud Assess Learning Platform.

You must have an individual email address and access to reliable internet.

Please note: It is restricted by law and is very dangerous to use a mobile phone while driving and may result in significant penalties for the driver.

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:

  • Planning and initiation
  • Approaches to skills and knowledge applications across a broad range of technical and/or management requirements
  • Evaluation and co-ordination

Topics Covered

The course will cover the following steps in the preparation of a traffic management plan:

  • Planning
  • Undertaking Preparation of Traffic Management Plans and Traffic Guidance Schemes
  • Finalising Preparation Processes
  • Support and Review

Who should attend?

This course is appropriate for those working in a management role or as a technical specialist, preparing and documenting traffic management plans.

Prerequisites

Whilst there are no specific prerequisites for this course, it is recommended that the participant has previously completed the following units of competency:

  • RIIWHS205E Control Traffic with Slow/Stop Bat
  • RIIWHS302E Implement Traffic Management Plans

Participants should have sufficient numeracy and literacy skills to read and comprehend instructions.

It is also expected that the participant undertaking this course would have experience and knowledge of, but not limited to, the following:

  • Risk assessment and management requirements and procedures.
  • Statutory compliance requirements and procedures.
  • Occupational health and safety requirements and procedures.
  • Australian and other relevant standards requirements and procedures.
  • Industry and organisational design procedures and practice.
  • Industry and organisational design procedures and practice.
  • Potential hazards, constraints and conditions that may affect traffic management plan design and implementation.
  • Current industry best practice in traffic management plan design and implementation.
  • Operational techniques required for the execution of traffic management plan implementation tasks.
  • Traffic management plan implementation structures capabilities.

Assessment

The successful completion of written and practical assessments, including a final assignment (note), will be required to complete the course to a competent standard.

NOTE: This unit of competency is at the Diploma level. The final assessment will require the completion a traffic management plan and appropriate guidance schemes that reflects the level of learning. As part of the course students will be given access to an appropriate software package to complete TGS’s as a component of the TMP project. Based on VIC Roads’ focus on the development of high-quality Traffic Management Plans, and guidance schemes.

What qualifications does this offer?

On completion of all assessment requirements you will be issues with a statement of attainment for unit RIICWD503E Prepare Traffic Management Plans and Traffic Guidance Schemes.

Civil Train Fees, Charges and Refund Policy

Please ensure that you read the Civil Train Fees, Charges and Refund Policy and check the Terms and Conditions before enrolling in this course with Civil Train. If you have any questions about our Fees, Charges or Refunds/Cancellations Policy, please contact CCF Victoria on (03) 9588 7600.

On-site Group Training Available

Are you an employer with a large group of employees that need training? Civil Train can arrange training for you at your site, ensuring you meet the delivery requirements for the program.