Thank you for your enrolment to complete Main Roads WA temporary traffic management re-accreditation training with AusQ Training.
Those who seek re-accreditation will need to provide documentary evidence of active engagement in the industry. Evidence provided must be within the previous 12 months.
To finalise your enrolment, please submit your evidence below.
For Worksite Traffic Management (WTM) Re-accreditation, documentary evidence of experience must include the following;
- Details of a minimum of 3 worksites with a supervisor’s contact details that can be verified. Details required to provide will include the date of work, site location and suburb, description of works, contractor, supervisor name and contact details; and
- A completed and signed site specific SWMS, JSA or other hazard assessment used on a worksite by the applicant.
- Submit a copy of one (1) onsite Traffic Guidance Scheme (TGS) amendment that the applicant (WTM) has made from an authorised TMP that was implemented, for assessment. This will include copies of the:
- Front cover of TMP with Road Authority authorisation
- Amended Traffic Guidance Scheme (TGS), showing the applicable changes/corrections. Amendments must be authorised by printing your name, accreditation number, date, time, and signature
- A detailed risk assessment identifying the potential hazards and justifying the changes and controls. If applicable, consider the risks associated with making the changes and ongoing risks after the changes are made.
- Completed Daily Diary summarising your actions and reasons why they are to be undertaken. Consider if there is a need to communicate these changes back to the relevant stakeholders including the original Advanced Worksite Traffic Management (AWTM) / Traffic Management Designer (TMD) accredited person. Ensure your documentation provides clarification and instruction to those implementing the TGS.
- Where applicable, any other relevant or supporting evidence e.g. site inspection photos, email correspondence with the project manager.
Once the evidence is received, it is the responsibility of the training provider to examine the evidence provided to ensure it meets the required industry standards. In the event there is any feedback regarding the documented evidence or competency of the attendee, additional training and assessment may be deemed required.
The applicant must submit the above documented evidence prior to attending the re-accreditation course, at least ten (10) working days prior to the training date. If evidence cannot be provided before training, the applicant will be required to undertake the full course. Documented evidence must be submitted at the time of enrolment and at least ten (10) working days prior to the training date. This will ensure evidence is submitted with sufficient time for our team to complete the verification process and confirm your enrolment.
NOTE: If your primary job role is limited to reviewing TMPs and you are not able to provide the evidence above, please contact our Customer Support team to discuss alternative pathways or recognised prior learning (RPL).
Please use this form below to submit your evidence.