Auxiliary Traffic Management Courses

These Nationally Accredited courses are delivered face-to-face at our training facilities.

Facilitation of these courses can be arranged at client business premises, pending minimum booking numbers.

Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd Entry Requirements:

  • SafeWork NSW WHS White Card or interstate equivalent
  • Adequate literacy & numeracy skills
  • Unique Student Identifier (USI) Number

Please note: Trans-Plant Training is not currently delivering auxiliary traffic management courses. Please see our range of traffic control courses.

RIICRM201E Escort Mobile Works



This course is designed to provide participants involved in Road Construction, Civil Construction Earthworks, Road Maintenance, Quarrying, Mining sectors and Line marking Industries enough safety knowledge and experience to maintain a safe work environment for the driver when escorting mobile works through a work zone or in the vicinity of a road reserve.

Course Code and Name RIICRM201E Escort Mobile Works
Cost $250.00 (inclusive of training, assessment, certificate and card)
Duration 6 – 8 hours depending upon clients’ needs and requirements
Topics Covered
  • Role of the Spotter and Work Health and Safety issues
  • Understanding Australian Standard 1742.3 Section 9 .1.2
  • Conducting Risk Assessments
  • Development of SWMS and JSA
  • Correct Personnel Protective Equipment
  • Correct Vehicle Mounted Signage
  • Vehicle and Plant Characteristics
  • Understanding Traffic Control Responsibilities
  • Understanding Traffic Management Plans
  • Understanding the Correct Use of Communication Equipment
  • Calculation Road Speed of Oncoming Vehicles using Distance and Time
  • Stopping Distances of Oncoming Traffic
  • Signage Requirements for the Work Site
  • Incident/Accident Reporting Procedure
On Completion On successful completion of RIICRM201E Escort Mobile Works, participants will be issued by Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd a Statement of Attainment for RIICRM201E Escort Mobile Works, and a wallet-sized Verification of Competency photo card for RIICRM201E Escort Mobile Works

RIIRTM203D Work as a Safety Observer/Spotter



This course is designed to provide participants involved in Road Construction, Civil Construction Earthworks, Road Maintenance, Quarrying and the Mining sectors and any person supervising other within the vicinity of a road reserve.

The course enables participants required to act as a Worksite Safety Observer/Spotter enough safety knowledge and experience to maintain a safe work environment through providing safe distances from moving equipment and vehicles as well as pedestrian traffic.

Course Code and Name RIIRTM203D Work as a Safety Observer/Spotter
Cost $250.00 (inclusive of training, assessment, certificate and card)
Duration 6 – 8 hours depending upon clients’ needs and requirements
Topics Covered
  • Role of the Safety Observer/ Spotter and Work Health and Safety issues
  • Understanding Australian Standard 1742.3 Section 9 .1.2
  • Conducting Risk Assessments
  • Development of SWMS and JSA
  • Correct Personnel Protective Equipment
  • Correct Positioning for Safety Observer/Spotter
  • Vehicle and Plant Characteristics
  • Pedestrian Zones
  • Understanding and Correct Use of Communication Equipment
  • Maintaining Sight Visibility
  • Calculation Road Speed of Oncoming Vehicles using Distance and Time
  • Stopping Distances of Oncoming Traffic
  • Signage Requirements
  • Incident/Accident Reporting Procedure
On Completion On successful completion of RIIRTM203D Work as a Safety Observer/Spotter, participants will be issued by Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd a Statement of Attainment for RIIRTM203D Work as a Safety Observer/Spotter, and a wallet-sized Verification of Competency photo card for RIICRM203D Work as a Safety Observer/Spotter

RIIRTM202D Position, Set-Up and Operate Portable Traffic Signals



This course is designed to provide participants involved in Road Construction, Civil Construction Earthworks, Road Maintenance, Quarrying and the Mining sectors and any person required to position, set up and operate portable traffic signals within the vicinity of a road reserve.
The course enables participants required to safely position, set up and operate portable traffic signals enough safety knowledge and experience to maintain a safe work environment through providing safe distances, signage and communication to oncoming vehicles as well as pedestrian traffic.

Course Code and Name RIIRTM202D Position, Set-Up and Operate Portable Traffic Signals
Cost $250.00 (inclusive of training, assessment, certificate and card)
Duration 6 – 8 hours depending upon clients’ needs and requirements
Topics Covered
  • Role of the person positioning, setting up and operating portable traffic signals
  • Understanding Australian Standard 1742.3 Sections 3.2.10 and 10
  • Conducting Risk Assessments
  • Development of SWMS and JSA
  • Manufacturer Specifications and Instructions
  • Correct Personnel Protective Equipment
  • Correct Positioning of Portable Traffic Signals
  • Correct Set Up Procedure
  • Correct Operating Procedure
  • Definition of Terms
  • Signage Requirements
  • Vehicle Detectors
  • Temporary Speed Limits
  • Vehicle Characteristics
  • Authorisations and Legislative Requirements
  • Pedestrian Zones
  • Understanding and Correct Use of Communication Equipment
  • Maintaining Sight Visibility
  • Calculation Road Speed of Oncoming Vehicles using Distance and Time
  • Stopping Distances of Oncoming Traffic
  • Incident/Accident Reporting Procedure
  • Pack Up Procedure
  • Maintenance and Fault Finding
On Completion On successful completion of RIIRTM202D Position, Set-Up and Operate Portable Traffic Signals, participants will be issued by Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd a Statement of Attainment for RIIRTM202D Position, Set-Up and Operate Portable Traffic Signals, and a wallet-sized Verification of Competency photo card for RIIRTM202D Position, Set-Up and Operate Portable Traffic Signals

RIIRTM201D Position, Set-Up and Operate a Variable Message Sign



This course is designed to provide participants involved in Road Construction, Civil Construction Earthworks, Road Maintenance, Quarrying and the Mining sectors and any person required to position, set up and operate a verifiable message sign within the vicinity of a road reserve.

The course enables participants required to safely position, set up and operate a variable message sign enough safety knowledge and experience to maintain a safe work environment through providing safe distances, appropriate message and language to communicate to oncoming vehicles as well as pedestrian traffic.

Course Code and Name RIIRTM201D Position, Set-Up and Operate a Variable Message Sign
Cost $250.00 (inclusive of training, assessment, certificate and card)
Duration 6 – 8 hours depending upon clients’ needs and requirements
Topics Covered
  • Role of the person positioning, setting up and operate a variable message sign
  • Understanding Australian Standard 1742.3 Sections 3.2.9
  • Conducting Risk Assessments
  • Development of SWMS and JSA
  • Manufacturer Specifications and Instructions
  • Correct Personnel Protective Equipment
  • Correct Positioning of Variable Message Sign
  • Correct Set Up Procedure
  • Correct Operating Procedure
  • Definition of Terms
  • Message Display Timeframe
  • Letter Size AS1742.2
  • Authorisations and Legislative Requirements
  • Pedestrian Zones
  • Understanding and Correct Use of Communication Equipment
  • Maintaining Sight Visibility
  • Incident/Accident Reporting Procedure
  • Pack Up Procedure
On Completion On successful completion of RIIRTM201D Position, Set-Up and Operate a Variable Message Sign, participants will be issued by Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd a Statement of Attainment for RIIRTM201D Position, Set-Up and Operate a Variable Message Sign, and a wallet-sized Verification of Competency photo card for RIIRTM201D Position, Set-Up and Operate a Variable Message Sign

To enrol in this course, please call us on 1800 889 029 or 02 4736 4735 to reserve your place as places are limited.

Auxiliary Traffic Management Courses conducted by Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd are done under RTO#: 21488, and are applied by qualified Trainers & Assessors.