Re-accreditation of all traffic management accreditation holders is required every three years, following which it is a requirement that ‘refresher training’ is undertaken to maintain accreditation with Main Roads WA.
Re-accreditation is required to ensure that practitioners are kept up-to-date with any changes in legislation, standards and guidelines etc. and also changes in technology and work practices over the previous three year period. The extent of training required for reaccreditation is related to the applicant’s level of day-to-day exposure to task required to be carried out, as well as to the extent of changes that have occurred to the relevant resource documentation since the date of previous accreditation.
Those who seek re-accreditation will need to provide evidence of active engagement in the industry within the previous 12 months. This may include written evidence of their work experience and/or employer / client references. Applicants must have achieved statements of attainment in the current units of competency prior to being re-accredited and will be required to provide a copy of these certificates OR alternatively a copy of their USI Transcript.
Those seeking re-accreditation will have three (3) months after their accreditation has expired to attend a refresher course. Failing this the individual will be required to attend the full course.
Applications seeking Main Roads WA Event Traffic Controller re-accreditation will be required to re-sit the full Main Roads WA Event Traffic Controller training course.
How to Check Your Accreditation Details & Expiry Date
Main Roads WA Graduate Search is the only official register for all Main Roads WA Accreditations. Within 5 working days of completing your training, your accreditation details will appear on the Graduate Search. This is helpful for employers wanting to verify accreditation details and to check your expiry details. Those that are not listed have either not been issued with an accreditation or have expired or had their accreditation withdrawn.