Traffic Management Designer Course Sydney NSW

This training course provides comprehensive information to assist engineers, project managers, and plan designers who are engaged in the preparation of work zone traffic management, to inspect traffic control plans, to select and modify a standard plan, or to design site specific plans. This work zone traffic management course covers all the key elements of any traffic management plan.

Course Code & Name

RIISS00056 Traffic Management Designer Skill Set

Download Course Flyer

Cost

$900.00 course fee (inclusive of training, assessments, 90 day SafeWork NSW Statement of Completion certificate, Statement of Attainment, and SafeWork NSW Traffic Control Work Training Card)

 

Upcoming Prepare Work Zone Courses

Date/Time Event Price
22/10/2020 - 25/10/2020
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Traffic Management Designer - Penrith $900.00
12/11/2020 - 14/11/2020
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Traffic Management Designer - Penrith $900.00
03/12/2020 - 05/12/2020
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Traffic Management Designer - Penrith $900.00

 

Training Room

BROADWALK ARCADE, Suite 2F,
458-470 High Street, PENRITH NSW 2750

SafeWork NSW Pre-Requisites

SafeWork no longer requires pre-requisites anymore for the Traffic Management Designer course (formerly known as Prepare Work Zone Traffic Management Plan, however 12 months of industry experience is recommend prior to sitting the course.

Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd Entry Requirements:

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

Units of Competency

RIICWD503E Prepare traffic management plans and traffic guidance schemes
RIIRIS402D Carry out risk management process

Volume of Learning

New Workers, and Existing Industry Workers who have not previously completed the RISS00056 Traffic Management Designer Skill Set:

  • Pre-course workbook: 4-6 hours, depending on experience and knowledge
  • Classroom: 12 hours (1.5 days)
  • Practical Training: 12 hours (1.5 days)
  • Post-course project: 6-8 hours, depending on skills and experience

Recognition of Prior Learning

RPL will not be offered to any participant until the competency RIISS00045 Work Zone Traffic Control Guidance Plan – Developer Skill Set or RISS00056 Traffic Management Designer Skill Set is up for renewal.

SafeWork NSW Assessment Requirements

Assessments are to be completed as per the RII Resources and Infrastructure training package requirements, whereby all units of competency must be assessed by qualified assessors. Assessments will include: â—¦Theory questionnaires and activities

  • Practical activities and observation
  • Development of TCGS/TCP’s
  • Development of two Traffic Management Plan projects
  • Provision of workplace samples and documentation

Topics Covered

  • Locates and applies relevant legislation, documentation, policies and procedures
  • Implements the requirements, procedures and techniques for the safe, effective and efficient preparation of work zone Traffic Management Plans
  • Works effectively with others to undertake and complete the preparation of work zone Traffic Management Plans that meets all the required outcomes
  • Demonstrates completion of work zone Traffic Management Plans that safely, effectively and efficiently meets all of the required outcomes on more than three (3) occasions
  • Interpret and analyse data
  • Prepare a Traffic Management Plan
  • Determine Traffic Management Plan capacity requirements
  • Carry out risk assessments
  • Obtain approvals
  • Complete and submitting plan cost
  • Provide clarification and advice to those applying the plan
  • Draw up a traffic control guidance scheme to recognise pedestrian movement plans, traffic movement plans, and notification of authorities
  • Determine the recommended spacing between signs and traffic control devices, in line with standards
  • Incorporate Environment Management Plans
  • Identify types and sources of approvals required
  • Collate data about traffic volume, lane capacity, road network performance, and lane closure restrictions
  • Identify times and dates of planned public events that may impact on traffic distribution
  • Identify affected stakeholders, and types of notification required
  • Demonstrates completion of applying, monitoring and reporting on compliance systems
  • Routinely reviewing work practice to identify and determine problems to systems of work
  • Adjusting systems of work to minimise risk, increase productivity and meets contractual obligations
  • Providing coaching, information and support to others to maintain the standards of compliance
  • Establishing training programs for others to improve or develop practice for systems of work
  • Establishing performance management programs
  • Maintaining written records and reports for systems of work activity, contract obligations, personnel and non- compliance
  • Implements the requirement, procedures and techniques for the safe, effective and efficient preparation of risk management processes
  • Works effectively with others to undertake and complete the application of risk management processes that meets all the required outcomes
  • Demonstrates completion of the application of risk management processes
  • Identifying and sourcing criteria to determine unacceptable risk
  • Assessing and determining the consequences, likelihood and level of potential risk
  • Preparing and maintaining written records and report requirements
  • Reviewing risk management documentation
  • Contributing to the implementation of controls
  • Demonstrates completion of working safely and following WHS policies and procedures
  • Sourcing, interpreting, clarifying and applying sire safety information
  • Identify and report on WHS issues to appropriate personnel
  • Completing workplace reporting procedures
  • Selecting, wearing and caring for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • AS1742.3 and the Traffic Control at Work Sites (TCAWS) Manual
  • Local Government Regulations
  • Sign selection, including multi message frame
  • Calculation of flow rates
  • Works traffic management
  • Introduction to RapidPlan, and development of a road construction
    project

On Completion

On successful completion of RISS00056 Traffic Management Designer Skill Set, participants will be issued with a Statement of Completion issued by Roads and Maritime Services, a Statement of Attainment by Trans-Plant Training Pty Ltd, and a SafeWork NSW Traffic Control Work Training Card, issued by SafeWork NSW

THIS COURSE DOES NOT QUALIFY A PARTICIPANT TO CONTROL TRAFFIC WITH A STOPSLOW BAT, OR SET UP OR WORK WITH TRAFFIC CONTROL PLANS, TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLANS, OR TRAFFIC CONTROL GUIDANCE SCHEMES

View all traffic control courses delivered by Trans-Plant Training in Sydney.