Looking for a job in traffic management? This is the course for you!
Traffic Management companies are looking for good workers.
TC and TMI are two different “tickets” which were previously Level 1 and Level 2.
With more and more roads being under construction, traffic management employers are needing workers that can control traffic with a stop-slow bat as well as workers that can setup signs and devices…. So why not do both?
This short course will teach you how to do both (control traffic with a stop-slow bat and setup and maintain signs and devices on roads within QLD).
Combo Course Structure:
The TC and TMI Combo course is made up of five different parts.
- Day 1 – Traffic Control Classroom Component
- Day 2 – Traffic Management Implementation Classroom Component
- Within Three Months – Traffic Control 20 hour placement and final assessment
- Within Three Months – Traffic Management Implementation site setups
- Within Three Months – Complete Working in Proximity to Traffic – Awareness Part 1 & 2.
Day 1 – Traffic Control Classroom Component (TC)
This face to face TC session will include presentations, group activities, demonstrations and simulated and practical activities so that you can learn and then practice your new skills with the stop-slow bat in preparation for your vocational placement.
Day 2 – Traffic Management Implementation Classroom Component (TMI)
This face to face TMI session will include presentations, group activities, demonstrations and simulated and practical activities so that you can learn and then practice your new skills relating to setting up and maintaining signs and devices in preparation for the practical component.
Within Three Months – Traffic Control 20 hour placement and final assessment (TC)
This is a vocational placement on the job at a roadwork site where you will gain experience conducting a range of practical activities including performing stop-slow traffic control under close supervision. WTA have teamed up with WARP Traffic Management who will provide you the opportunity to do your 20 hour placement on their sites. During the course, we will show you what is expected and how to organise your 20 hour placement. It is your responsibility to have this completed within 3-months of training, so don’t leave it to the last minute.
Once you have completed the 20 hour placement, a trainer will come out to the site and conduct a final assessment
Within Three Months – Traffic Management Implementation site setups (TMI)
The practical component of the TMI course is separate to the 20 hour placement for TC. For the TMI practical component, you will need to complete a minimum of three separate signage setups of varying complexity on live job sites and provide evidenced through the completion of a third party report. One of these must include controlling site construction vehicles. This must be completed in accordance with the MUTCD and third party evidence must be submitted to Warp Training Australia for assessment within three (3) months of the course date. If you are unable to arrange your three onsite setups and require assistance, please contact Warp Training Australia. An additional fee will apply if you require us to to coordinate your three onsite setups.
Within Three Months – Complete Working in Proximity to Traffic – Awareness Part 1 & 2. (TMI)
To complete the Working in Proximity to Traffic – Awareness Part 1 & 2 you will need to click on the link provided and complete TMR’s online programs. Once you have completed both parts 1 and 2, you will need to send a copy of the certificate to Warp Training Australia. Please note that a copy of the Working in Proximity to Traffic (WPT) Part 1 & 2 certificates must be provided to Warp Training Australia within three (3) months of the course date as these are required by TMR prior to issuing a TMR TMI card).
This course is an approved traffic controller training program through the Department of Transport and Main Roads Queensland
For more information on the TMR Traffic Controller course please refer to the Transport and Main Roads Information Sheet and FAQ.
For more information on the TMR Traffic Management Implementation course please refer to the Transport and Main Roads Program Information and FAQs.
Upon successful completion of the Traffic Control component, students will be issued with a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for the following units of competency:
- RIIWHS205E Control traffic with stop-slow bat
- RIIWHS201E Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
- RIICOM201E Communicate in the workplace
This is the documentation required to apply for accreditation as a Traffic Controller with the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
You will then need to apply at a TMR Customer Service Centre for a Traffic Control Industry Authority before you are permitted to work as a Traffic Controller.
Upon successful completion of the Traffic Management Implementation component, participants will be issued with a TMR Traffic Management Implementation Card and nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for the following unit of competency:
- RIIWHS302E Implement traffic management plans
Weekday and Weekend courses available
WTA also caters to companies or groups wanting to conduct a private training course, either at your suitable training venue or at our training premises.
8:00am – 4:00pm
Students are asked to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the scheduled course start time, late attendees may be rejected from the course.
Combo Special Price $650.00
SAVE $95 by booking the TC and TMI as a combo
(Includes Ready Reckoner and 20-hour TC placement through WARP Traffic Management)
Enquire now for a quote and/or group booking rates or call 1300 019 304
There is an additional fee payable to TMR upon application for a three (3) year Industry Authority.
The current application fee for licences can be found here.
Click here to find locations for this course
Additional locations available on request
To become an Accredited Traffic Controller in Queensland you are required to successfully complete an approved traffic controller training course and entrants must meet the requirements as set out in the Traffic Controller Accreditation Scheme – Approved Procedures (TCASAP)
All course participants must:
- Meet the medical fitness and suitability criteria, declaring your offence history, medical fitness and training qualifications
- Have held an Australian or foreign provisional or open drivers licence within the last five years
- Be a minimum of 18 years of age
- Have language, literacy and numeracy skills to an ACSF level 2 to undertake this course, if you need more information please call Warp Training Australia.
- Provide a valid Unique student identifier (USI) [Create a USI Here]
- Hold a Construction Safety Awareness (white card) which must be obtained prior to the course.
- Should have completed Working in Proximity to Traffic – Awareness Part 1 & 2. (A copy of the Working in Proximity to Traffic (WPT) (Part 1 & 2) certificates must be provided to Warp Training Australia within three (3) months of the course date as these are required prior to issuing a TMR TMI card).
- Learners who apply to the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) for a Traffic Controller Industry Authority Card after successful completion of the course will be subject to a criminal history check. For further information on accreditation for traffic controllers in Queensland learners must be informed by referring to the TMR information available at tmr.qld.gov.au.
What to bring
To establish your identity WTA requires that you bring the below on the first day of the course:
- Drivers Licence (photo ID)
- Construction Safety Awareness (Blue / White) Card
- A valid Unique Student Identifier (USI)
For the practical components of this course you will be required to:
- Call through to the scheduling contact to organise your placement hours.
- Organise your own transport, to and from the job sites that you are allocated to.
- Provide the Equipment and wear the PPE listed below:
- Long cotton trousers
- Lace up safety boots
- White hard hat and legionnaire style brim
- Tinted safety glasses
- Riggers or cut proof gloves
- Wet weather gear
- UHF Radio (Minimum 2 watt)
How to enrol
To secure your spot in any of our courses, you are required to enrol online and complete payment for the course. Once this is received, your spot in the course is confirmed and you will receive a booking confirmation.