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Introduction to Traffic Management

The sight of Traffic Controllers by the side of the road – in Hi-Vis and usually carrying a sign is a common one in Australia. They are most often situated at worksites and roadworks when traditional traffic control measures like lights are insufficient for the job at hand.  The role of a traffic controller is […]

What Additional Skills Does Our Traffic Control Training Cover?

The first thing you need to know is that the Mainroads Western Australia Traffic Controllers Handbook is your ‘go-to’ reference with regards to traffic control. It outlines the seven key requirements, what to do when using night works, along with a list of good ideas to ensure all procedures are followed to the letter. As […]

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Tips for Developing Effecting Training Programs

An effective training program has to be designed with expertise, patience, and attention to detail. By understanding the nuances of a well-established training program, it’s easier to develop something that will deliver incredible results for your business. Here are some of the key steps involved in setting up a new training program. Seek Experienced and […]

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Traffic Management Planning – More than Just an Accreditation

There has always been a gap between good Traffic Controllers and good Planners. To be a good planner takes a lot more than just having an accreditation. A good Planner A good planner has extensive experience throughout the traffic management industry. This allows the planner to think about how traffic needs to be managed on […]

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How to Prepare Yourself to Get the Most Out of Your Training Course

It’s great that you are considering enrolling in one of the exciting training courses at WTA. Our professionally trained courses prepare you for the jobs that need doing and you’ll be ready to work from the moment you finish one of our classes. But preparing to take the course is as important as taking it […]