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The combined TC1 and TMI1 course will run over three days.

The first two days will focus on the theory aspects of the units with the third day being dedicated to the practical application.

Post course TC1 - following a period in which the learner logs 20 hours of practical training experience, not more than six months following the formal instructional sessions of the course. The practical assessment (post completion of the 20 hours) will be conducted in a live traffic scenario under supervision.
Post course TMI1– within a 6-month period of completing the theoretical component of the course, the learner will complete three different setups based on Traffic Management Plans and Traffic Guidance Schemes relevant to their working conditions. This course is run by Civil Train Victoria (RTO number 3704). A nationally accredited Registered Training Organisation.

This course is run by nationally accredited Registered Training Organisation Civil Train Victoria (RTO number 3704).

Government Subsidy is available for eligible candidates. Click here to check your eligibility.

Topics Covered

  • Safe Work Method Statements
  • Quality Requirements
  • Stopping Distance and Vehicle Mass
  • Site Isolation & Traffic Control Responsibilities and Authorities
  • Operational and Maintenance Procedures for Equipment
  • Technical Capabilities & Limitations
  • Radio Operations, Equipment Types
  • Traffic Control Signage & Barricades
  • Traffic Management Plans
  • Traffic Controlling
  • Site & Equipment Safety
  • Organisation and Site Requirements and Procedures
  • Legislation relating to Victorian Road Act and Regulations

Who should attend?

These skill sets are for individuals seeking approval through their State/Territory Transport Agency who will be responsible for stopping and starting traffic in Temporary Traffic Management on urban streets and low volume rural roads and for traffic management implementation on Temporary Traffic Management Category 1 environments as described in the Austroads Guide to Temporary Traffic Management.


• Be 18 years of age or older.
• Have Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) skills to ACSF level 2 or above.
• Must hold the unit 'CPCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry' or equivalent (e.g. White Card).
• Bring your own PPE (including steel capped boots, safety hard hat, eye protection, gloves, long pants and high visibility shirt / vest / jacket).

What qualifications does this offer?

After successful completion of the training and meeting all assessment criteria, You will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for the following skill sets:
RIISS00058 Traffic Controller Skill Set for Urban Streets and Low Volume Rural Roads with the following Units of Competency:
RIICOM201E Communicate in the workplace
RIIWHS205E Control traffic with stop-slow bat
RIIWHS206 Control traffic with portable traffic control devices and temporary traffic signs

RIISS00060 Traffic Management Implementer Skill Set for Urban Streets and Low Volume Rural Roads with the following Units of Competency:
RIICOM201E Communicate in the workplace
RIIRIS301E Apply risk management processes
RIIWHS302E Implement traffic management plans
RIIWHS303 Position, set up and program portable traffic control devices

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.