RIIWHS205E Control traffic with a stop-slow bat
RIIWHS302E Implement traffic management plan
This course is delivered over 1 day.
The cost to complete this qualification is $395
Must be able to read and write basic English.
Traffic Control Management Training is a mandatory requirement for performing traffic control and management tasks in a range of industries.
The course is designed to provide the competency required for interpreting and applying traffic management plans and procedures required to control traffic on a work site in a way that ensures the safety of motorists, workers and the public.
Traffic Management involves efficiently managing a team to ensure work gets completed as well as ensuring drivers, workers and pedestrians stay safe around a work site.
The traffic management course in Melbourne will help you develop an understanding of risks and hazards that can occur in traffic and precautions such as the enforcement of PPE and road rules that need to be taken.
You will learn a number of traffic guidance procedures that can be used in different traffic situations. It will enable you to monitor traffic activities and provide clear guidance to traffic controllers.
The course will equip candidates with prior knowledge of traffic control to manage traffic risks and road incidents.
At Procon Training, we recommend enrolling in this course after completing or in conjunction with the traffic control course.
On completion of the course you will have the knowledge and skills to:
Procon Training is a nationally recognised and industry approved provider of Traffic control and management courses.
Our focus is to equip you with the knowledge and skills required to help you advance your career from being a traffic controller to a traffic manager.
Run by a highly experienced team member, the course content includes presentations by a trainer as well as group work and practical activities.
The theoretical knowledge and practical training will give you the confidence to perform your duties with a high level of competence and improve your chances of success when applying for a job as a traffic manager.
Yes, you need to do a refresher every 3 years. (Procon run refresher courses)
Yes, a White card is required to do any kind of building or construction work or enter any worksite.
Traffic Control only allows you to control traffic with a Stop Slow bat. Traffic Management allows you to set up the signs and closures of roads according to a Traffic Management plan.
It depends on a number of scenarios, generally speaking it is approximately $25-$32hr, this will change based on the site you work and the shifts and various penalties associated with each site.
In short No, but there are some companies that will require you to hold a First Aid qualification. It is an advantage if you do.
We run our courses every 2 weeks, although we can run them more often if the demand is there. Call us for upcoming course dates.
Our address is 1188-1210 Leakes Road, Rockbank Vic 3335.