Traffic Control Course TRAFFIC theory
For people wishing to control traffic on public and private roads, this is the course for you. Learn to use the stop-slow bat and implement a traffic management plan while ensuring traffic flow is maintained and the safety of the public and workers is minimised. This is ideal knowledge and skills for the protection of construction sites, workers and the general public.
- RIIWHS205D Control traffic with stop-slow bat
- RIIWHS302D Implement traffic management plan
During this theory course you will cover many areas such as, but not limited to:
- Site and equipment safety requirements
- Traffic management plans
- Traffic control signage and barricades
- Basic signalling
- Signs and devices
- Radio operations
- State and territory traffic management legislation
- Potential hazards
- Equipment types, characteristics, technical capabilities and limitations
- Site isolation and traffic control responsibilities and authorities
- Effects of travel speed and vehicle mass on stopping distances
- JSAs/Safe work method statement
Refresher training is available. If seeking a refresher you must bring a completed logsheet with 3 traffic set-ups you have completed in the last 12 months. Our office can send you this document. This should be signed off by your supervisor. We will ring your supervisor to confirm these.
Photo ID is required: You will be required to present photo ID on the day of training.
PLEASE NOTE: The course fees are $350 ($160 for the theory session and $190 for the practical session). Fees must be paid prior to attending the training sessions. This covers both units of competency.
To complete these units you are required to participate in three (3) live traffic projects, one involving construction vehicles. Our course includes a practical training workshop, giving you ‘On Road’ experience increasing your employment opportunities.
After the theory portion of the course you can either complete this through work experience with a traffic control company or with iAscend at our Practical Training facility.
This practical session is a separate session with a course fee of $190 (as above). It will allow you to gain invaluable practical experience before starting in the workforce.
White Card (Construction Induction) CIC
Previously known as the Red or White Card, this course includes skills and knowledge required to work safely in the Construction Industry.
- CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the Construction Industry
During this course you will cover many areas such as, but not limited to:
- Relevant Legislation and Industry Regulations
- Construction Hazards and Control Measures
- OHS Communications, Information and Reporting Methods
- OHS Incident Response Procedures
Once your training has been completed, your details are uploaded to WorkSafe Victoria, where they will also issue you a Construction Induction Card.
To book your place please call the office and pay prior to the course commencing, cost is $160.00.
Traffic Control Practical Class Traffic Practical
You MUST have completed the THEORY components before booking in for this class.
Contact us for more information at 1300 368 883.
Safely Access the Rail Corridor TLIF2080C
This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to safely enter and navigate around the rail corridor with the permission of the access provider, in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements. It includes following the policies, procedures and protocols of the access provider for situational awareness and rail safety. This unit applies to all persons accessing the rail corridor and those who may need to enter the danger zone.
This unit of competency is part of the application documents a Rail industry Worker (RIW) requires to submit to Onsite Track Easy when applying for a RIW card/ticket.
As the RTO we do not facilitate the issuance of the RIW cards, we only deliver the training and assessment for the unit TLIF2080C safely access the rail corridor. RIW should contact Australasian Railway Association http://railindustryworker.com.au/ and their employer to confirm the application process. It will involve payment of a fee, uploading 100 points of ID, statement of attainment for training completed in required units of competency and a category 3 medical assessment at a minimum. Contracted employers have a portal to the system and are responsible for uploading the employee’s information and supporting documentation. There may be different requirements for different types of railway workers.
Students should be over 18 years of age and bring photo ID, this course will be delivered at our premises at 9 Tuscan Court, Thomastown. Assessment for the unit will include a written assessment, oral questioning and practical observation skills in a simulated rail corridor.