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This two (2) day course is a mandatory requirement to work on or near roads within WA. The course provides participants the theory and practical skills required to implement a traffic management plan, ensuring traffic flow is maintained and the safety risk to all road users and workers is minimised. This course does not include how to control traffic using a Stop/Slow bat, if this is a requirement please refer to BWTM/TC course. The course is delivered face to face and training includes classroom activities, theory questionnaires, group activities and implementing traffic signs using real live road environments. Assessments include theory questionnaires, practical application and observation using a range of locations and scenarios. This course is ideal for a wide variety of job roles such as General Labourers, Landscapers, Surveyors, Plant Operators, Site Supervisors and Project Managers.

The Basic Worksite Traffic Management & Traffic Controller (BWTM & TC) three (3) day course is a mandatory requirement to work on roads and control traffic within WA. The course provides participants the theory and practical skills required to implement traffic management and control traffic for works on roads, ensuring traffic flow is maintained and the safety risk to all road users and workers is minimised. The course is delivered face to face and training includes classroom activities, theory questionnaires, group activities, implementing traffic signs and conducting traffic control using real live road environments. Assessments include theory questionnaires, practical application and observation using a range of locations and scenarios. This course is ideal for a wide variety of job roles such as Traffic Controllers, General Labourers, Landscapers, Plant Operators, Site Supervisors and Project Managers.

This four (4) day course provides participants with the theory and practical skills required to monitor the effectiveness of traffic guidance schemes including adding and/or removing signs and devices within the scope and objectives of the Traffic Management Plan. This course covers conducting risk assessment, anaylsing project and road/traffic data, amending traffic guidance schemes, working with a range of stakeholders and quality review processes. The course is delivered face to face and training includes classroom activities, theory questionnaires, group activities, auditing worksites using a range of locations and scenarios. Assessments include theory questionnaires and practical assessments. This course and level of Main Roads WA accreditation is suited to Traffic Controllers, Team Crew Leaders, Site Supervisors or Project Managers.

This four (4) day course provides participants with the theory and practical skills required to prepare detailed Traffic Management Plans (TMPs). This course covers conducting risk assessment, analysing project and road/traffic data, developing traffic guidance schemes, working with a range of stakeholders, quality review processes and obtaining required authorisations. The course is delivered face to face and training includes classroom activities, theory questionnaires, group activities, auditing worksites using a range of locations and scenarios. Assessments include theory questionnaires, practical assessments and assignments. This course and level of Main Roads WA accreditation is suited to Traffic Planners, Project Managers, Engineers and Approving Officers.

This two (2) day course provides students with the theory and practical skills required to safely and efficiently operate a truck-mounted attenuator (TMA). Truck-mounted attenuator operators play an important role in operating TMAs in ensuring all other members of the work crews are adequately protected from out of control errant vehicles in or around a work zone, a trafficable lane, or road verge area. TMAs are designed to safely absorb the kinetic energy of an errant vehicle should it impact it. Drivers must have the knowledge and understanding for work crew safety including the correct location, providing suitable shunt-forward distances, adequate warning systems for work crew and travelling public if possible.

This one (1) day nationally recognised course provides students with the theory and practical skills required to operate a light vehicle and is aimed at those working in operational roles. The course includes planning and preparing for a journey, vehicle prestart inspection, start-up / shutdown procedures, select and load equipment and completing minor maintenance on a light vehicle. A light vehicle is a vehicle with a gross vehicle mass (GVM) of 4.5 tonne or less, this includes all vehicles such as cars, motorcycles, trailers, caravans, utilities etc that have a GVM of 4.5 tonne or less. This course is delivered face to face and includes practical training and assessments.

This one (1) day reaccreditation course provides participants with updated information on the latest changes and requirements to safely implement a traffic management plan, control traffic with a stop/slow bat, ensuring traffic flow is maintained and the safety risk to all road users and workers is minimised. The course is delivered face to face and training includes classroom activities, theory questionnaires, group activities, implementing traffic signs and controlling traffic using real live road environments. Assessments include theory questionnaires, practical application and observation using a range of locations and scenarios.

This one (1) day reaccreditation course provides participants with updated information on the latest changes and requirements to safely implement a traffic management plan, ensuring traffic flow is maintained and the safety risk to all road users and workers is minimised. The course is delivered face to face and training includes classroom activities, theory questionnaires, group activities and implementing traffic signs using real live road environments. Assessments include theory questionnaires, practical application and observation using a range of locations and scenarios.

This one (1) day reaccreditation course provides participants with updated information on the latest changes and requirements on monitoring the effectiveness of traffic guidance schemes including adding and/or removing signs and devices within the scope and objectives of the Traffic Management Plan. This course covers conducting risk assessment, amending traffic guidance schemes and undertaking quality review processes. The course is delivered face to face and training includes classroom activities, theory questionnaires and group activities. Assessments include theory questionnaires and practical assessments.

This one (1) day reaccreditation course provides participants with updated information on the latest changes and requirements to prepare detailed, compliant and safe Traffic Management Plans. This course covers conducting risk assessment, designing TMPs, amending traffic guidance schemes and undertaking quality review processes. The course is delivered face to face and training includes classroom activities, theory questionnaires and group activities. Assessments include theory questionnaires and practical assessments.

The Event Traffic Controller (ETC) course is a Main Roads WA developed course targeted to those who organise and work at events on and near roads. This non-accredited course is a minimum requirement for all persons working at events on roads, in a low-complex traffic environment and where the posted speed does not exceed 60kp/h. This short course provides participants with the necessary skills to implement event warning signs and maintain the safety of event goers and road users. The course is delivered face to face and includes theory assessments and simulated practical training and assessments. This level of Main Roads WA accreditation is suited to event organisers/managers, event community groups or event volunteers. Please note if you are required to implement signs and devices at an event location that has higher speeds such as 80kp/h zone, you will be required to undertake BWTM or BWTM/TC training.

This one (1) day reaccreditation course provides participants with updated information on the latest changes and requirements to safely and efficiently operate a truck-mounted attenuator (TMA). Truck-mounted attenuator operators play an important role in operating TMAs in ensuring all other members of the work crews are adequately protected from out of control errant vehicles in or around a work zone, a trafficable lane, or road verge area. TMAs are designed to safely absorb the kinetic energy of an errant vehicle should it impact it. Drivers must have the knowledge and understanding for work crew safety including the correct location, providing suitable shunt-forward distances, adequate warning systems for work crew and travelling public if possible.

This one (1) day reaccreditation course is for participants who holds current BWTM accreditation however, do not directly undertake direct roles at worksites. The course provides participants with updated information on the latest changes and requirements to safely implement traffic management and control traffic for works on roads. The course is delivered face to face and includes mandatory practical training and assessments.

This one (1) day course provides participants with the theory and practical skills required to prepare detailed Traffic Management Plans including those in accordance with and up to the planning level specified in clause 2.2.1(c) of AS1742 Part 3 – 2009. The course is delivered face to face. This level of Main Roads WA accreditation is suited to Traffic Planners, Project Managers or Approving Officers.

This four (4) hour, 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. The course is delivered face to face and includes simulated practical training and assessments. This level of Main Roads WA accreditation is suited to event organisers/managers, event community groups or event volunteers.

This one (1) day nationally recognised course provides students with the theory and practical skills required to transport, position, operate, commission and de-commission portable traffic control devices in the civil construction industry. The course includes planning and preparing to use portable traffic control devices, commissioning, de-commissioning and removing portable traffic control devices from site. This course is delivered face to face and includes practical training and assessments.

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