Mon 06 Jan 2020

Traffic Management Training Dates for 2020 – Hobart, Launceston and Burnie locations!


Next dates:

Burnie:

Basic:

  • Friday 21 February
  • Friday 1 May
  • Friday 19 June
  • Friday 18 September

Launceston:

Basic:

  • Friday 28 February
  • Monday 27 April
  • Monday 1 June
  • Monday 24 August
  • Monday 12 October
  • Monday 30 November


Hobart:

Basic:

  • Monday 24 February
  • Friday 17 April
  • Friday 5 June
  • Friday 31 July
  • Friday 25 September
  • Monday 23 November
  • Friday 18 December

Advanced:

  • Tuesday 25 & Wednesday 26 February
  • Monday 20 & Tuesday 21 July
  • Monday 28 & Tuesday 29th September

Basic Traffic Management

This is a 1 day program, consists of theory and practical components. On the successful completion, participants will receive a Statement of Attainment for the units from the RTO provider for the following:

RIIWHS205D Control Traffic With Stop-slow Bat 

RIIWHS302D Implement Traffic Management Plan


Advanced Traffic Management

This 2 day program will give participants the skills required to develop work zone traffic management plans for works involving complex traffic arrangements and/or staging. Participants will also gain the skills and knowledge required to apply risk management processes.  On successful completion, participants will receive a statement of attainment for the units:

  • RIICWD503D – Prepare work zone traffic management plan
  • RIIRIS301D – Apply risk management processes.

Personnel who undertake the development of complex traffic management plans for traffic control at work sites in Tasmania must complete both of the units above, and have at least 12 months experience in the previous 3 years in selecting/modifying traffic control plans.


Participants must bring their USI Number with them, if they don’t have one they can register online for one.   https://www.usi.gov.au/students/create-usi

We note that we now have funding in place with the Training Board of Tasmania to cover the full costs of the training.  The only requirement is that the participants complete a short one page survey form.

*Courses we register participants for are funded by the Training Board on completion of a short survey report that is supplied by the TBCITB. Cancellation notice period is 7 working days and after that, the course fee will be charged directly to the participant / organisation.

Please register for this training now – by emailing ccftas@ccftas.com.au or for further information, please call Rachael on 03 6240 4854.