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You are enrolling in a QLD - Traffic Management Implementation (TMI) -12

Course Start date: 10 Feb 2022

Traffic Management

This short course will provide learners with the knowledge and skills they need to interpret and implement traffic management plans and install/remove signs and devices in accordance with traffic guidance schemes for roadwork, ensuring traffic flow is maintained and the safety of the public and workers is maximised.
This course consists of two parts, a theory component, and practical component, both must be successfully completed to be deemed competent.

Part 1 – Classroom Component – this part is delivered in a classroom environment over 1-day and involves a variety of learning methods including presentations, group activities, and simulated and practical exercises to practice new skills and knowledge.
Part 2 – Practical Component – this part involves learners demonstrating their skills and knowledge developed from the classroom, by completing a minimum of three separate signage setups of varying complexity on live job sites, evidenced through the completion of a third party report. One of these must include controlling site construction vehicles. Part 2 must be completed in accordance with the MUTCD and third party evidence submitted to Warp Training Australia for assessment within three (3) months of attending Part 1 of the course.
If you are unable to arrange your three onsite setups and require assistance please contact Warp Training Australia as we may be able to arrange placement with WARP Traffic Management to complete this element. An additional fee will apply if you require WARP to coordinate your three onsite setups.
For more information on Traffic Management Implementation in Queensland please refer to the Transport and Main Roads Program Information and FAQs.

Course Outcome:
Upon successful completion, students will be issued with a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment in the following units:

RIIWHS302D Implement traffic management plan

All course participants must:

Be a minimum of 18 years of age
Have language, literacy and numeracy skills to an ACSF level 2 to undertake this course, if you need more information please call Warp Training Australia.
Provide a valid Unique student identifier (USI) (If you do not have a USI please head to and create one in a few short steps
Hold a white card / blue card which must be obtained prior to the course.
Should have completed Working in Proximity to Traffic – Awareness Part 1 & 2. (A copy of the Working in Proximity to Traffic (WPT) (Part 1 & 2) certificates must be provided to within three (3) months of course date and these are required prior to issuing a QLD TMI card.)
Training day

Students are required to wear appropriate safety clothing to conduct the practical component of the training course. This includes:

Safety boots (steel caps)
Long pants
Hi-Vis shirt (if you do not have one WTA will lend you a Hi-Vis vest on the day)
Safety gloves (if you do not have gloves WTA will lend you gloves on the day)
Working in Proximity 1&2 Certificates of Completion
To establish your identity WTA requires that you bring:

Photo ID
Construction Safety Awareness (Blue / White) Card
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