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            [post_content] => This course provides training for those who are required to control traffic with a stop-slow bat. Participants will gain the knowledge and skills required to perform traffic control safely for coworkers and the public.

 In order to achieve a Statement of Attainment for RIIWHS205D Control Traffic with Stop-Slow Bat, the participant must satisfy the practical requirements for the unit of competency. This includes 20 hours of supervised stop-slow bat operation on an active worksite which is recorded in a logbook.

If you require us to assist in placing you for your vocational placement to undertake the 20 hours experience, an additional fee of $120 (incl. GST) will be charged.

 Upon successful completion of this course, candidates are required to apply for an Industry Authority from the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR). In addition to the competency requirements, TMR has specific criteria candidates are required to meet to gain accreditation. These relate but are not limited to offence history and medical suitability. For more information, go to www.tmr.qld.gov.au

 

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$550 10% Discount for CCF Members. If vocational placement is required for your 20 hours experience there will be an additional fee of $120 (Incl. GST).
 
Full day - eight hours (7am start time)
 
Bring your own lunch
Simone Black
Dress Requirements
PPE - long pants, long sleeved shirt
Steel capped boots
Leather or riggers gloves
Venue Details
07 3360 7933
11 Hi-Tech Court
Eight Mile Plains, QLD 4113 Australia
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RIIWHS205D – Control Traffic With Stop-Slow Bat (Theory)

This course provides training for those who are required to control traffic with a stop-slow bat. Participants will gain the knowledge and skills required to perform traffic control safely for coworkers and the public.

In order to achieve a Statement of Attainment for RIIWHS205D Control Traffic with Stop-Slow Bat, the participant must satisfy the practical requirements for the unit of competency. This includes 20 hours of supervised stop-slow bat operation on an active worksite which is recorded in a logbook.

If you require us to assist in placing you for your vocational placement to undertake the 20 hours experience, an additional fee of $120 (incl. GST) will be charged.

Upon successful completion of this course, candidates are required to apply for an Industry Authority from the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR). In addition to the competency requirements, TMR has specific criteria candidates are required to meet to gain accreditation. These relate but are not limited to offence history and medical suitability. For more information, go to www.tmr.qld.gov.au

 

Entry Requirements
English reading, writing and speaking skills
Course Content
Requirements to be a Traffic Controller
Understanding the role of a traffic controller
Apply the procedures of traffic controlling within a work site
Operation of a two-way radio correctly and effectively
Legislation
Risk Management
Incidents/emergencies
Course Assessment
Classroom participation
Theory Component
20hrs vocational placement to be completed onsite