Eminent College of Education will offer training and assessment for individuals intending to access, interpret and apply site traffic plan procedures, traffic management plans to ensure traffic is controlled safely and ensure the safety of construction and maintenance worker and the general public.
This unit is appropriate for those working in supervisory roles.
Traffic Management training course covers topics, such as plan and prepare to implement traffic management plan, set out the traffic guidance scheme, monitor traffic guidance scheme, close down traffic and clean up.
Those who require to implement traffic management plans in the Road, Construction and Maintenance Industry field.
This course provides training for staff that are required to implement traffic management plans.
This course will provide participants with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to perform these duties safely for their co-workers and the public.
This unit of competency provides the required skills and knowledge to interpret and implement traffic management planes to ensure the safety of construction and maintenance workers, as well as the general public.
Please note that Vic Roads requires all field staff with responsibility for setting out, implementing and/or monitoring a Traffic Guidance Scheme, as required by a traffic management plan, to have completed the RIIWHS302D Implement Traffic Management Plan unit of competency and to complete a refresher course every three (3) years.
Training Pathway: After achieving RIIWHS302D Implement traffic management plan, graduates may undertake the RIIWHS205D Control traffic with stop/slow bat course.
Employment Pathway: On completing, graduates
may find themselves in operational roles within the civil construction, excavation, drilling and mining industries.
This course is designed to meet the requirements for Worksite Traffic Management on Victorian roadways. This course enables the participants to safely perform traffic controller duties, to identify signage as well as implement and monitor traffic control plans. This course covers the Victorian Worksite Safety Traffic Management Code of Practice.
Eminent College of Education suggests that graduates undertake the RIIWHS205D Control traffic with stop/slow bat course.
Delivery and Assessment Arrangements
Delivery modes: Delivery consists of both theory and practical components whereby all delivery takes place in the classroom.
Total duration: 8 hours
All training will take place at:
177C Glenroy road, Glenroy, VIC 3046
Unless required at another venue where the Director will inspect training venues prior to conducting training sessions to ensure that the venues are suitable with adequate resources to deliver training in.
Eminent College of Education offers safe, compliant and comfortable training facilities. Our training centres simulate real workplaces with all training equipment meeting legislative requirements, relevant Australian Standards and the requirements of the unit(s) of competency and/or license requirements. The training plant and equipment reflects industry and best practice requirements.
Unit of Competency
This is a standalone unit – RIIWHS302D – Implement Traffic Management Plan
There are no pre-requisites for this unit.
As a minimum, participants must have adequate English language literacy and numeracy skills to form an accurate written report.
It is important to note that this Traffic Controller course requires a level of physical ability to complete practical assessments. If your health or fitness restricts you from performing physical activities associated with this program, you will not be able to complete this course.
There may be times and situations in which a student may require ‘reasonable adjustment’ of the training and assessment methods implemented by the RTO to meet their specific individual needs. These individual student needs may include (but not limited to):
- Temporary or permanent injury (i.e. back injury, broken leg/arm)
- Sight or hearing impairments
Reasonable adjustments to the way in which evidence of performance is gathered (e.g. in terms of the information to be provided to the candidate and the type of evidence to be collected from the candidate) can only occur where the adjustments do not alter the expected performance standards for learning and assessment.
The reasonable adjustments to the training and assessment process may include a variety of modifications to the methods of delivery and assessment to assist the student to undertake the course. The adjustments may include actions such as:
- assistance in the form of the training location to allow easier access
- accessing relevant equipment or aids to assist the student
- adjustments to the assessment methods to cater for any special needs (without effecting the integrity of the outcome)
Where a student requests or is identified as requiring reasonable adjustment to the training and assessment process a detailed training and assessment plan including timetables, notes regarding the required adjustments, and any related communications regarding the adjustments must be maintained in the students file.
Phone: (03) 8395 1056
Mobile: 0402 948 164
A: 177C Glenroy Rd, Glenroy VIC 3046