RTO 32381
Popular Short Courses
 
Traffic Control Course
(RIIWHS205D - Control traffic with stop-slow bat)
Traffic Management Implementation Course
(RIIWHS302D - Implement traffic management plan)
Traffic Control provides participants with the necessary knowledge, practical skills and understanding to be able to apply the correct method for the installation / removal of signs and devices and controlling traffic using a STOP/SLOW bat in accordance with approved procedures set by the Queensland Government. These Skills and knowledge will enable them as a traffic controller to plan & prepare their work, coordinate traffic, operate radios and clean up the worksite.
The course structure for new industry entrants is 1 day of classroom theory (8 hours) plus a minimum of 20 hours of practical experience at a roadwork site. If you do not have the opportunity to gain 20 hours (logbook hours) of practical experience at the roadwork site under the direct supervision of an experienced accredited traffic controller we will organise this for you.

The course structure for participants who have previously completed the course and require a ‘refresher’ course is attending a 4-hour classroom theory course. There is no requirement to complete vocational placement. Refresher training is required every three years.
 
Log Book Requirements
Before enrolling - the stuff you need to know
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Download the Department of Transport and Main Roads Traffic Controller Course Information Pack HERE   or by contacting Civil Safety at yatala@civilsafety.edu.au or call 07 38047723.
Civil Safety delivers the formal theory component of the training during the course. Students are then required to complete a minimum of 20 hours (logbook hours) of practical experience at the roadwork site under the direct supervision of an experienced accredited traffic controller. After completion of the logbook hours students are then assessed at the roadwork site by a Civil Safety Trainer/Assessor. If students are deemed competent at the completion of the final assessment they will be awarded a Statement of Attainment.
The Civil Safety Traffic Controller Course Information Pack includes important information, including:

Payment Options
Current Course Fees
Licensing Regulation
Course Requirements
Pre-requisite Requirements (Drivers Licence, White Card,etc.)
TMR Traffic Controller accreditation requirements prior to course commencement (Criminal Offence and Traffic Offence History Requirements, Medical History Requirements, etc.)
Refund Policy
RPL Policy
Further Opportunities
Maximum Class Sizes
Note:
Participant's personal information will be collected and disclosed to the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR).

Traffic Control Training requires a Unique Student Identifier (USI)


The Traffic Controller Accreditation Scheme Approved Procedure (TCASAP) is the fundamental reference document for Queensland traffic controllers. There is an obligation for all accredited traffic controllers, their employers and industry trainers, to be up-to-date with the TCASAP. The document is available for download from the department’s website HERE.
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*Please note: Participant is responsible for arranging their own work placement for logged experience
The Traffic Management for Construction or Maintenance Work Code of Practice 2008 requires workers involved in implementing a traffic management plan to be trained in the application of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) click here for further info. Traffic Management Implementation (RIIWHS302D) provides the skills and knowledge required to implement a traffic guidance scheme for roadworks ensuring traffic flow is maintained and the safety of the public and workers is maximized.
This unit requires compliance with the:

  •    Australian Standard AS1742.3 - 2009, Traffic Control for Works on Roads

•    Code of Practice: “Traffic Management for construction or maintenance work
       2008 QLD”

•    Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) - Part 3

•    Transport Operations Road Use Management Act and Regulations 1995

•    Site specific Traffic Guidance Scheme / Traffic Management Plans
DOWNLOAD  RIIWHS205D - Control traffic with stop-slow bat
DOWNLOAD RIIWHS302D - Implement traffic management plan Unit of Competency
NOTE: This course does not entitle a person to apply for a Qld Traffic Control Licence.  The completion of ‘Control Traffic with a Stop-Slow Bat (RIIWHS205D) Course’ is required to be able to apply for a Qld Traffic Control Licence.
If you are interested in enrolling in the Traffic Management Implementation course it important that you read our current Civil Safety Traffic Management Implementation Information Pack. This is available by contacting Civil Safety at yatala@civilsafety.edu.au or call 07 38047723.

The Traffic Controller Course Information Pack includes important information, including:

Current Course Fees
Who Should Attend
Course Outline
Topics Covered
Retraining/Refresher Options
Entry Requirements
Course Cancellations/Payments/Refund Policy
Career Pathways
Important

Participants' personal information will be collected by Civil Safety and disclosed by Civil Safety to TMR for the purpose of enabling TMR to review Civil Safety's performance of its obligations under this Agreement, including the release of information under clause 6.8, conduct of audits under clause 8 and reporting under clause 12, which may necessitate TMR, or a third party appointed by TMR, to contact the Participants about their participation in their course.
Regulatory authorities required that you undertake a foundation skills assessment prior to enrolling in any nationally recognised qualification or short course (unit of competency) to determine the skills level of the candidate. This pre-course assessment is provided to you by Civil Safety (prior to enrollment) free of charge.

If you are applying for  co-contribution funding you will be required to supply verified (JP endorsed) evidence that meets the exact requirements of the funding authority.
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