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.

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Congratulations to the recently awarded TCOY National Award winner Chris Pettit from Northern Territory and well done to all the finalists. Hopefully we see some WA finalists next year! Read More

AWTM Prerequisite Change

MRWA recently updated the CoP for Works on Roads. Changes include the addition of a new prerequisite for the AWTM Course requiring participants to have at least 1 years' experience in traffic management Read More

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BWTM Accreditation - Supervise Experienced Road Workers

Road workers with at least 12 months experience working on roads are permitted to implement signs under direct supervision of someone that holds a BWTM accreditation. This is only permitted on local roads with a permanent speed limit of 50 km/h or less and less than 15,000 vehicles per day.

Traffic Management Plans - MRWA Template Required

Any party undertaking work on a road shall prepare a Traffic Management Plan (TMP) that adequately provides for the safety of workers and road users while maintaining an adequate level of service to road users. To ensure a consistent approach is taken when developing a TMP one of the Main Roads WA TMP templates shall be used as a basis for the development of the plan. Any section headings that are not applicable to the TMP being developed shall be kept in the document and noted as not applicable (with the intent of keeping the TMP section numbers the same throughout all TMPs). Read More on page 17, Main Roads WA Code of Practice Works on Roads