AusQ Training specialise in traffic management training across Western Australia.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

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 Qualification or a Statement of Attainment for one or more Units of Competency may be awarded.  The RPL assessment process has a number of steps that will help determine if you already have the required skills and knowledge to be assessed as competent.

Our process includes:

  1. Provide prospective students a copy of our Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) Applicant Guide
  2. Complete a self assessment relevant to the course / qualification, to help determine your eligibility
  3. Submit a portfolio of current and relevant evidence to support your RPL application
  4. Submit a Third Party Report; and
  5. Complete an interview with an Assessor

RPL costs will vary depending on the qualifications or accreditations selected and the depth of candidate experience.

Please contact our team to get started today 1300 00 2877 (AUSQ)

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RII Industry Survey Out Now - Have Your Say - Traffic Management Training

PwC's Skills for Australia are looking for feedback on training and skills across Australia for several areas within the Resource and Infrastructure Industry. They are looking to gather views from industry on the types of skills that are required, job activities that people are doing day to day in various areas including traffic management.  Take the Survey.

Event Traffic Control - Prepare For Your Upcoming Event

Have an event coming up? AusQ Training can deliver Main Roads WA Event Traffic Controller Training (ETC) training course. This non-accredited course is a minimum requirement for all persons working at events on roads with a posted speed limit of 60kph or less. This short course provides participants with the necessary skills to implement event warning signs and maintain the safety of event goers and road users. Read More

New Main Roads WA Code of Practice - Traffic Management for Events - May 2017

Main Roads WA Road Safety Branch have released a new edition of the Main Roads WA Code of Practice Traffic Management for Events.  The changes included in the new edition are summarised in the 'Amendment / Revision Status Record' located at the front of the document. It is very important event organisers, qualified traffic or event controllers become familiar with these new changes for your next event.  Download Copy Here

Give Way to Emergency Vehicles

Regulation 60, Road Traffic Code 2000 requires drivers to give way and make every reasonable effort to give a clear, uninterrupted passage to emergency vehicles which are sounding an alarm or showing flashing lights. Read More

Temporary Speed Zones on Unsealed Roads

It is common practice to use temporary speed zones on unsealed roads and Australian Standard 1742.3 Traffic control for works on roads allows their use (however, this is not mandated due to the low volume of traffic and economic considerations which shall be based on a risk assessment, see section 4.5 of AS1742.3).


It is also worth noting that it is common practice to speed zone unsealed sections of roads for side tracks and when the sealed surface has been removed due to road resurfacing.


View Sample Diagrams, to show how a work site may be set up on an unsealed road.


When speed zoning unsealed roads it is important to ensure the surface condition is inspected and maintained to an acceptable standard for the speed limit implemented. The END speed limit signs shall be used when terminating the temporary speeds.