Advanced Worksite Traffic Management (AWTM) REFRESHER - Perth Traffic Control Courses

Advanced Worksite Traffic Management (AWTM) Re-accreditation

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The Advanced Worksite Traffic Management Re-accreditation course delivers you the information required to successfully renew your accreditation here in Western Australia. The accreditation is issued by Main Roads WA and delivered by Perth Traffic Training in partnership with Star Training and Assessing RTO 21830.

 

PLEASE NOTE – IF YOUR ADVANCED WORKSITE TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT ACCREDITATION HAS EXPIRED MORE THAN THREE MONTHS AGO YOU ARE REQUIRED TO RESIT THE FULL COURSE. THIS IS A REQUIREMENT OF MAIN ROADS WA

 

Course Description

Revision of key points of the accreditation with information regarding any changes to the relevant standards, codes, legislation and general work practices in the past three years.

Relating to the following units:

RIIRIS402D Carry out the risk assessment process

RIICWD503D Prepare workzone traffic management plan

COURSE FEE AFTER CONSTRUCTION TRAINING FUND REBATE $192.00

Contact us for eligibilty 

 

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES

1.       Construction White Card/Safety Awareness Card

2.       USI number (www.usi.gov.au) and a current driver’s licence.

3.       Evidence of accreditation in RIIWHS302D Implement a traffic management plan (BWTM)

4.       Evidence of accreditation in RIIRIS402D Carry out the risk assessment process

5.       Evidence of accreditation in RIICWD503D Prepare work zone traffic management plan

6.       Documentary evidence provided of having at least one (1) year practical experience in traffic management; or 2 years practical experience in road construction or maintenance

7.       Attach statement of experience and provide work related references or sign-off by a Team Leader or Manager

8.       A copy of a detailed Traffic Management Plan completed in accordance with Main Roads template document or equivalent, in the past twelve months that has been implemented to an Event or Worksite, which they have developed. The plan must include multiple traffic control diagrams and speed reductions – Please ensure that you email a copy of the TMP no less than two days prior to the course for review.

9.       A copy of an onsite inspection of a roadwork or event traffic management site within the last twelve months – Please ensure that you email a copy of your onsite inspection no less than two days prior to the course for review

 

IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THE ABOVE PRE-REQUISITES ARE BROUGHT TO CLASS BY THE STUDENT OR SUBMITTED BY EMAIL PRIOR TO THE COURSE. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN ACCREDITATION BEING WITHHELD

 

If you are unable to produce a sample of a Traffic Management Plan that you have reviewed, designed and / or approved within the past 12 months an assignment will then need to be submitted by you.

 

If your primary role is limited to reviewing and/or approving Traffic Management Plans.

If your primary role is limited to conducting Compliance or Suitability Audits at a Workzone or at an Event, in a Roadworks Traffic Manager (RTM) capacity.

 The applicant shall, including points 1 to 7 in the previous table,

 submit a copy of two (2) detailed Traffic Management Plans that have been implemented at an Event or Worksite that they had reviewed or approved, together with their review comments, for assessment. The plans must include multiple traffic control diagrams and speed reductions. All evidence shall have been within the last 12 months of seeking their Main Roads WA Traffic Management re-accreditation – Please ensure that you email a copy of the relevant TMPs no less than two days prior to the course for review.

 

If you are unable to produce a sample of a Traffic Management Plan that you have reviewed, designed and / or approved within the past 12 months an assignment will then need to be submitted by you.

 

If you are unsure about any of the above requirements, please contact us.

 

Literacy and Numeracy

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills in the English language to complete assessments, understand traffic guidance schemes and documentation and communicate effectively in a traffic management environment.

Main Roads WA Traffic Management Accreditation Application Information

Period of Accreditation

The Accreditation is valid for a period of three (3) years from the date of issue, following which a re-application will be required.

Proof of Identity (POI)

Applicants can prove their identity with any one of the following current full POI documents:

  • Photographic driver’s licence issued within Australia or from a a country approved by the department of Transport
  • Australian passport
  • Document of identity issued by the Passport Office
  • Photographic identity card issued by Main Roads, Australian Defence Force, Australian Federal, State or Territory Police Service
  • WA photographic (security) licence issued by or cleared with the WA Police Service

 

Public Access Accreditation Listing

For the purpose of Accreditation verification a registry of the following information

will be made available on the Main Roads website for viewing

by the general public. This includes

  • Graduate’s Name,
  • Level of Accreditation,
  • Accreditation reference number,
  • Date of Accreditation and the Expiry date

 

What you will receive upon successful completion

RTO Statement of Attainment

MRWA Certificate of Accreditation valid for three years from date of issue

MRWA traffic management ID card with photo for three years from date of issue

Training Location

Agonis Building, Units 2 and 3, 2232b Albany Highway, Gosnells

Course Commencement Time

8.00am (lunch is provided)

Parking and Transport

Free parking is available. Our training venue is located across the road from Gosnells Train Station. There is a bus stop right out front of the venue.

Dress

Hi visibility clothing is required. If you do not have hi-visibility, please let us know.

 

 

"The Construction Training Fund provides funding support for training of eligible workers in the construction industry. We acknowledge the support of the Construction Training Fund in reducing the costs of training for eligible workers."

Please contact Perth Traffic Training for eligibility.

 

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