Traffic cONTROL training
RIIWHS205D CONTROL TRAFFIC WITH A STOP/SLOW BAT
GLOBAL TRAINING SERVICES WILL HELP YOU GET YOUR TRAFFIC CONTROL TICKET – START TO FINISH.
Participants must have held a driver’s licence, foreign provisional or open driver license within the last 5 years
In accordance with the new Traffic Management Code of Practice, all Traffic Controllers must complete a CPCOHS1001A General Safety Induction (White Card) before any practical work can be undertaken.
The Blue Card (issued before 1/07/09 or equivalent from another State) is also accepted.
Be mentally and physically fit to do the work.
Participants are required to provide the following photo ID:
- driver’s license
- their White card or equivalent thereof (CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry) before undertaking this training. No person is allowed on any work site without one.
- The Blue Card (issued before 1/07/09 or equivalent from another State) is also accepted.
- Be mentally and physically fit to do the work.
8 hours theory training and mandatory 20 hours vocational placement with partnering Traffic Management companies.
This is arranged by the GTS trainer on the day of training and all participants are covered by GTS insurance during that period.
GTS will provide the following PPE gear required for the 20-hour vocational training as required by TMR:
- Yellow Hardhat
- Safety sunglasses
- Regulated Long sleeve traffic control fluoro shirt
Participants required to purchase the following additional PPE
- Steel-cap lace up boots
- Work pants (with the mandatory fluoro stripes above and below the knee)
Participants are provided with a light lunch and refreshments
GTS will provide training in accordance to TMR (Transport and Main Roads) Queensland guidelines and requirements by providing
- The required 8-hour Traffic Control theory;
- A “Ready Reckoner” which has been designed as a mandatory training resource during the Queensland Traffic Control with stop slow bat training program with and serves as a quick reference pocket guide post training which needs to be kept on your person at all time like the industry authority card.
It provides Traffic Controllers with a practical guide of the day to day operations and other requirements that must be adhered to while preforming Traffic Control duties.
- The mandatory 20-hour Traffic Control vocational placement with an associate traffic management company; the location to be provided by a Traffic Management Company (TMC) and/or road work-site manager, this will be arranged by GTS;
Participants do not get paid for this time and only one participant per supervisor is permitted;
Feedback will be provided in the form of a log book (provided by GTS) once participants have completed the theoretical component of the course – the completed log book is signed off by the supervisor and returned to the GTS for their records.
A final assessment is also conducted by the trainer; on site where possible or at another suitable location arranged between the trainer and the trainee.
Upon successful completion of this Traffic Control training course and practical components, participants will be issued with a “Statement of Attainment”.
On completion of the Traffic Control training course the participants apply to Queensland Transport for their Traffic Control License for a new Industry Authority Card for a three-year license.
A Criminal History Check is conducted by Queensland Transport with the license application
Upon receipt of their license; participants may gain employment in the traffic control industry.
TMR license fees:
Application for 3 years accreditation for new industry authority card including the CrimTrac fee – $240.40
*This will include a CRIMTRAC fee of $43.95
Replacement fee for new industry authority card $75.65
THIS LICENSE IS VALID FOR A THREE-YEAR PERIOD AND IS VALID FOR QUEENSLAND ONLY
NB Please read below for TMR’s new policies
Traffic controller accreditation scheme
TC Offence history check