Course Details

RIIWHS205D - Control Traffic with Stop Slow Bat

 
RIIWHS205D
To become an accredited Traffic Controller in Queensland, you must complete an approved traffic controller training course, delivered by a Department of Transport and Main Roads approved training provider.

Please read the following Department of Transport and Main Roads, information and fact sheets prior to booking to ensure that you will be eligible to apply for the Traffic Controller Accreditation:

  • Information Sheet - Medical Fitness
  • Information Sheet - How to become an Accredited Traffic Controller
  • Traffic Controller Offence History and Checking process
  • Approved Traffic Controller course information and frequently asked questions 

These information and fact sheets can be accessed by clicking here: Traffic Controller Accreditation Scheme

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.

On successful completion of this course including the practical component, you will be required to complete the F4115 - Traffic Controller Accreditation Application (download here) and additional documentation to apply for accreditation as a Traffic Controller with the Department of Transport and Main Roads.  

Introduction:

Target Audience:

 

Learning Outcomes:

Learning Methods:

Part 1 - In House Training
  • Classroom participation
  • Written assessment and practical exercise
A Statement of Attendance is issued after successful completion of the Theory component of the course.

Part 2 - Practical Training (20 hours onsite placement)
  • One on one mentoring by an experienced traffic controller on live worksite
  • Participants are required to complete a minimum of 20 hours practical experience before being assessed
  • Final onsite assessment conducted by a qualified assessor

Program Benefits:

Content:

  • Legislative framework and compliance requirements
  • Risk management
  • Planning and preparing to control traffic
  • Traffic control operating procedures
  • Removing or covering signs when not controlling traffic
  • Reporting incidents
  • Worksite safety procedures

Upcoming Workshops

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