This course has been designed to provide all training required to work as a traffic controller in Western Australia. As well as training, we have also thrown in an employment pack. This employment pack is helping to speed up your employment process and increase employment opportunities, outcomes and longevity of employment.
This pack includes 3 parts.
- Basic Worksite Traffic Management and Traffic Control Course – 3 Days
- White Card – 6 hours
- Information around Jobs and how to make a career from Traffic Management
Part 1: Basic Worksite Traffic Management and Traffic Control
This part of the job ready pack is where you will learn all about traffic management. We will take you through how to setup, maintain and pack up a traffic managed work site as well as how to control traffic with a stop/slow bat. Upon successful completion, students will be issued with a Main Roads Western Australia Accreditation card and certificate for Basic Worksite Traffic Management and Traffic Control, along with a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment in the following units:
- RIIWHS201D Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
- RIICOM201D Communicate in the workplace
- RIIWHS302D Implement traffic management plan
- RIIWHS205D Control traffic with stop-slow bat
Part 2: White Card
If you don’t have one already, you are going to need a White Card before you enter any construction site in WA (this includes traffic management). The white card is a general safety course which you will need before being issued with an MRWA Accreditation. While you can sit this course online, sitting a face to face course will give you the opportunity to ask questions from a fully qualified trainer and walk away from the course with your white card in hand.
Upon successful completion, students will be issued with a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment for the following unit:
- CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry
Part 3: Video Resume/Interview
After years and years of experience in the traffic management industry, we truly understand not only how to get a job in traffic management industry, but how to turn it into a career. There are many paths you can take your career within the traffic management industry, so it all depends on what you are looking for and what your goals are.
In this part of the course, we will outline your next steps to creating your career and how to maximize the opportunities that are available.
WTA have partnered with Hiya (hiyaapp.com.au) to provide more job opportunities to each of our students. Hiya is a video resume and one-way interview tool that empowers participants to put themselves directly in front of employers who are eager to find staff.
By completing one simple interview, you can have access to all traffic management companies and labour hire agencies in Perth. By partnering with Hiya, we are able to get you in front of the top companies, meaning you’ll be on your way to starting your next job more quickly. As an added bonus, Hiya has an internal recruiting department who are always on the lookout for eager and enthusiastic job ready Traffic Controllers.
The Traffic Controller Job Ready Pack will run once per month.
Extra courses may be scheduled due to demand.
WTA also cater 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 (Monday – Wednesday)
8:00am – 4:00pm (Thursday)
Students are asked to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the scheduled course start time, late attendees may be rejected from the course.
$749.00 p/p (includes MRWA Accreditation)
The Construction Training Fund (CTF) provides a subsidy for eligible students.
The Construction Training Fund provides funding support for training of eligible workers in the construction industry. We acknowledge the support of the Construction Training Fund in reducing the costs of the training for eligible workers.
Enquire now for a quote and/or group booking rates or call 1300 019 304
WTA Head Office: 122 Grandstand Road, Ascot W.A. 6104
All course participants must:
- Currently hold or have held a valid drivers license recognised by Department of Transport W.A. (We accept those who are currently on P-Plates. L-Plates are not accepted without MRWA approval)
- Have basic English language literacy and numeracy skills
- Provide a valid Unique student identifier (USI) [Create a USI Here]
Students are required to wear the appropriate safety clothing to conduct the practical component of the training course. This includes:
- Safety boots (steel caps)
- Long pants
- Hi-Vis shirt (if you do not have one WTA will lend you a Hi-Vis vest on the day)
- Safety gloves are provided by WTA
To establish your identity WTA requires that you bring to all courses:
- Photo ID
- A valid Unique student identifier (USI)
Tea, Coffee and morning tea will be provided. There will be a fridge available to keep your lunch cold and a microwave to heat up. There are also multiple fast food stores close to the premises.
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 will be confirmed and you will receive a booking confirmation.
Click here to view our Student Handbook.