AusQ Training specialise in traffic management training across Western Australia.
One Stop Shop
Whether you need traffic management training for 1 to 500 people, basic to advanced training, delivered in Albany to Kununurra - we’ve got the capabilities to assist.
Expertise & Experience
All of our trainers have extensive industry experience and a passion towards creating careers within the industry.
Market Leader
Don’t listen to us; listen to what our clients have to say. We have a proven track record delivering training to some of Australia’s largest civil construction companies.

AusQ Training specialise in traffic management training across Western Australia.
AusQ Training is a registered training organisation (RTO 52361) accredited by the Training Accreditation Council (TAC) to provide a range of nationally recognised training and assessment solutions.  We are an approved Main Roads WA training provider offering regular traffic management training courses from basic to advanced, in Perth, Bunbury & Albany.

For our upcoming courses including dates, locations and prices please visit our TRAINING CALENDAR click here.

Contact our team today on 1300 00 2877 (AUSQ).

Testimonials
Excellent Customer Service

Recently the Shire had a situation occur where 2 workers were out of date with their BWTM & TC certification, I was on leave at the time however upon my return I contacted Kate Joyce.  Needless to say, Kate assisted in every which way she could.  Kate and I started chatting about ways the Shire could improve our efficiency of ensuring all of our workers that require training never end up “out of date” again.

We talked and suggested, floated ideas with each other and in the end Kate came to the rescue (as she always does) and now we have a new “temporary” system in place.  Kate and I have this process as a work in progress and I am confident with Kate’s attention to detail, her focus and knowledge and of course “excellent” customer service, we will create a permanent solution.  Thanks Kate, you are a pure pleasure to work with, and I look forward to the day we finally meet.  Kate is a credit to your company, no task too hard, and always keeps you updated.

- Tracey Lee Charles, Shire of Augusta Margaret River

Great Presentation

'I thoroughly enjoyed this course. The presentation was great and included useful content. The practical part was well set out and presented.' - John
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Great Trainer

'The trainer was great and had a wealth of knowledge. They also provided a fun learning environment.' - Mark

Experienced Trainers


'The trainer was very knowledgeable and clearly had years of industry experience' - Dave


Interesting & Engaging Sessions

"The theory sessions were interesting and kept the class engaged in conversation about the subject, throughout the course." - Sophie

News
FREE Webinar - October 2016

Our next session recently released for Wednesday 12 October 2016, featuring "Traffic Management Training Harmonisation New Changes 1 Jan 2017: What You Need to Know & Do" - Register Here or Find Out More

Recognition of Prior Learning

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) provides an opportunity for a review and assessment of skills and knowledge that may have been gained through formal or informal training, work or life experience. Through this process, a Statement of Attainment or accreditation may be awarded. Read More

Main Roads WA Registration Scheme - Changes Ahead from 1 October 2016

From 1 October 2016 all parties wishing to work on state controlled roads will be required to meet all requirements and criteria set by Main Roads WA.  Any parties who are currently only registered as 'conditional' will be required to meet the full requirements to continue working on state controlled roads. Does your workplace require additional training to assist meeting the required WTM/AWTM 1:20 ratio?  Contact Us


New Main Roads WA Online Traffic Map

Main Roads WA have recently released a state wide traffic data count on a Google map, giving you fast and easy access to data when you need it. Traffic map provides access to traffic counts collected by Main Roads WA across the state. Counts are undertaken on state roads as well as some major local government roads. The page is very simple to use, simply click on a map symbol and a table/chart showing traffic volumes and speed will appear. This information can also be downloaded via PDF.  Access Traffic Maps

Training Harmonisation Update - Changes 1 January 2017

Main Roads WA will be adopting the national framework to harmonise traffic management training across Australia from 1 January 2017. What does this mean for WA and employers?  RTOs delivering traffic managemnt training will now be required to include additional unit of competencies to each accreditation levels from basic to advanced.  The main objective is to create a consistent approach across Australia which will particularly benefit those working across borders.  Read More