Traffic Control / Management Training Course
$200 per unit (limited spots)
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Why the Traffic Control and Management Course is for you?
According to VicRoads training requirements, all individuals undertaking work to implement or monitor a Traffic Guidance Scheme will need to complete RIIWHS302E Implement traffic management plan and to be competent to control traffic with stop-slow bats to ensure the safety of workers and the general public, the field personnel will need to complete their training in RIIWHS205E Control traffic with stop-slow bat respectively.
If you are wanting to begin a career in the traffic management industry, you will have to complete the two units of competency to fulfil the government and industry requirements to both control and manage traffic and ensure the safety of the construction and maintenance workers and the general public.
Frontier Institute of Technology is an ASQA (Australian Skills and Quality Authority) accredited Training Institute.
Frontier has regular intakes of students. Get your Statement of Attainment and become eligible to implement, manage, and control traffic and give your career a definitive boost.
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|Traffic Control/Management||Tue 26-Oct-2021||8|
Overview (What is the course about?):
Unit 1: RIIWHS302E Implement traffic management plan:
This nationally recognised unit develops a participant’s skills and knowledge required to implement a traffic management plan in Civil construction.
This unit is appropriate for those working in supervisory roles.
Licensing, legislative, regulatory, and certification requirements that apply to this unit can vary between states, territories, and Industry sectors. Relevant information must be sourced prior to the application of the unit.
Unit 2: RIIWHS205E Control traffic with stop-slow bat
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to control vehicle and pedestrian traffic using stop-slow bats, hand signals, and approved communication devices in the resources and infrastructure industries.
It applies to those working in operational roles. They generally work in teams in live traffic environments under some degree of supervision.