AusQ Training specialise in traffic management training across Western Australia.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Recognition of Prior Learning 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 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 a Trainer & Assessor

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

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

AusQ News
Working in the Heat - New Guidance Note Released

Safe Work Australia has published a Guide for managing the risks of working in the heat. "Heat is a hazard in many Australian workplaces, whether work is performed indoors or outdoors," said Safe Work Australia CEO Michelle Baxter. The guide provides practical guidance on how to manage the risks associated with working in heat, and information on what to do if a worker begins to suffer from a heat-related illness. For more information, visit the Safe Work Australia website.

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You've asked, we've listened! Due to popular demand, we are pleased to provide our subscribers with a weekly update on our upcoming scheduled courses. The number of places available is current at the time of the report being issued. Enrolments will be accepted on a first in first served basis. To secure your place in an upcoming course enrol online via our Training Calendar. To register for our Weekly Alert Click Here

Traffic Management Australia Page

Are you on LinkedIn? Jump online and join  Traffic Management Australia Network Page for regular industry updates and news. This group allows you the opportunity to connect and share updates with each other. Join Now

Minimum Passing Distance Survey

Cardno is working with the Road Safety Commission to research and identify trends in the level of awareness of, and compliance with, the new Minimum Passing Distances Regulation which aims to enhance cycle safety. Take Survey

Course Pre-requisites

All Main Roads WA traffic management courses require a drivers licence, white card and Unique Student Identifier as a minimum pre requisite requirement. To find out the full list of course pre-requisites Click Here or Contact Us.