Training Services Qld, RTO Provider Number: 41551 offers Control Traffic Using a Stop/Slow Bat – RIIWHS205D.
Any person who carries out traffic control duties on Queensland roads must be accredited to control traffic using a Stop/Slow bat. This course also includes signage awareness. Any person who carries out traffic control duties on a road in Queensland as part of their job must be accredited under the Traffic Controller Accreditation Scheme.
To become an accredited Traffic Controller you need to have successfully completed an approved traffic controller training course delivered by an approved training provider. On completion of this course the trainee will be able to control traffic on a road reserve using a STOP / SLOW bat in accordance with legislative requirements and guideline.
To become an accredited traffic controller in Queensland, you must:
- Complete an approved traffic controller training course with an approved RTO.
- Have held an open or provisional driver licence,
- Complete a Traffic Controller Accreditation Scheme Application form (F4115), declaring your offence history, your medical fitness and your training qualifications,
- Lodge your application and fee at a Department of Transport and Main Roads customer service centre that conducts industry licensing business.
1 day off-site training, which includes;
- Underpinning theory.
- Written Assessment.
- Practical training (controlled environment).
- Practical assessment (controlled environment).
If you require any further information, please contact our Training Service
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