Traffic Work Control Training (TCWT) COMBO Course
Traffic Management Implementer and Traffic Controller (RIISS00054)
Location - Sydney Olympic Park
Traffic Control Work Training Combo Course (Traffic Management Implementer & RIISS00054 Traffic Controller) is $899 per person inclusive practical assessment fee. Theory, Practical and Take Home Study.
SafeWork NSW Traffic Controller and Implement Traffic Control Plans TCWT Card at completion of Assessment. Don’t wait to book Traffic Control Work Training Combo, call now on 02 9232 1010 or contact our team
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The Traffic Control Work Training Traffic Controller and Traffic Management Implementer Course are the two most common courses students complete to gain employment in the Traffic Management industry.
To be able to work on the road in a Traffic Control capacity to operate a Stop/Slow Bat, you will need a minimum of a Traffic Controller License. If that work location is a construction site, you will need a White Card (to be on a construction site).
The license for Traffic Management Implementer allows you to set up and prepare a site as opposed to only using the Stop/Slow Bat.
By completing the Traffic Control Working Training Course (Combo) you can increase your chances of gaining employment.
Traffic Control Working Training Course details are covered in the
If organising staff training or onsite training, we can facilitate the Traffic Control training nationally.
- Evidence of Identity for 100 points (original documentation).
- Failure to meet the ID requirements means you cannot complete the course.
PRIMARY ID - Only ONE Primary ID document can be used
Passport (Current or expired within last 2 years but not cancelled)
Full ORIGINAL Australian Birth Certificate or Birth Card
Australian Citizenship Certificate.
SECONDARY ID - A combination of secondary documents is allowed to make up 100 points however if more than one credit or ATM cards, or bank statements are used they MUST be from different financial instituions. NOTE: MUST BE VALID ORIGINAL DOCUMENT / CARD ISSUED IN AUSTRALIA
Current Australian Drivers Licence
Current Australian Boat Operator's Photo Licence
Current Australian Firearms Licence
Current Australian State or Territory Proof of Age/Photo Card
Australian Defence or Police photo identification card
Bank ATM or Credit Card
Motor Vehicle Registration Papers
Motor Vehicle Insurance Certificate
Department of Veterans Affairs Card
Property (Council) Rates Notice
Property Lease Agreement
Home Insurance Papers
Utility Bill; eg: Electrical, Water, Gas
Participants must be 17 years of age and above.
Participants must hold a White Card prior to undertaking this course.
It is important to note that this Traffic Control Course requires a level of physical ability to complete practical assessments. If your health or fitness restricts you from performing physical activities associated with this program, you will not be able to complete this Traffic Control Course.
TCP Training is not registered with CRICOS, as such we are unable to conduct training and assessment for those with study restrictions on their visa. This includes but is not limited to the International Student Visa (subclass 500), you can check the entitlements of your visa here.
This Traffic Control Course combines plain English, videos, photos, and questioning to ensure all learners are able to have the best possible
chance at comprehending the required knowledge and skills. If you believe you will need assistance due to your Language, Literacy or
Numeracy skills, please contact our office on 02 9232 1010 to discuss your training needs.
Students must :
- Wear appropriate PPE, details below (students can be turned away for failure to wear appropriate PPE):
- Safety Boots (joggers/sneakers are unacceptable)
- Long sleeve shirt
- Long pants (tights are unacceptable)
- Sun and rain protection as required
There are 4 steps to the Traffic Control course:
- Theory training in the classroom
- Take home self paced learning and assessment workbook
- Practical training in a simulated work environment
- Assessment conducted in a real worksite
We will provide all students with reading materials and assessment packs, including instructions detailing the evidence and documents each
student must submit to complete the training program. Details below cover most of this information. Full Traffic Control course details
available in student handbook.
Traffic Control Work Training Combo Course (TCR + IMP)
After your training is successfully completed, you will be issued with a SafeWork NSW Statement of Completion (SOC) which allows you to take this to a real worksite and complete the workplace assessment (see details below).
After successful completion, students will also be issued with Statements of Attainment for the following units:
- RIIWHS201D – Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
- RIICOM201D – Communicate in the workplace
- RIIWHS205E – Control traffic with stop/slow bat
- RIIWHS206 - Control traffic with portable traffic control devices and temporary traffic signs
- RIIRIS301E - Apply risk management process
- RIIWHS302E – Implement traffic management plan
- RIIWHS303 - Position, set-up and program portable traffic control devices
The Statement of Completion is valid for 90 days. No further extension on SafeWork NSW Traffic Control Working Training Statement of Completion.
Once you have been issued a Statement of Completion, you are eligible to work under supervision within its period of validity.
Submitting your assessment evidence
We strongly recommend that all students keep a copy of the documentation they complete and collect for their assessment submissions.
Sydney Olympic Park Theory, Training & Assessment
The training schedule is as per the below:
- Step 1 – Attend theory 8:30am - 17:30pm (Monday and Tuesday)
- Step 2 – Attend practical training – 8:30am – 17:30pm (Wednesday)
- Step 3 – Attend practical assessment at Homebush or live Worksite 7:30am - 17:30pm (Thursday & Friday) must be complete within 90 days from training day.
Once all training and assessment workbooks have been completed, students will need 2
days practical assessment. You can continue from your training day or rebook for
another Thursday and Friday to complete practical assessment at Homebush Bay
(Sydney Olympic Park) at a live worksite. Homebush assessment is conducted in
partnership with ACES Group, trading as Affirm Training (RTO 90024). To book or
change you assessment, please contact us on 02 9232 1010.
All students must complete the theory and practical training prior to going onto a live site to complete the workplace assessment and sign off. Before students are able to book in the Implement Traffic Control Plans portion of their assessment they must complete an on the job assessment. Full details about assessments are included in the Assessment PDF.
Students are offered multiple opportunities to demonstrate knowledge and skills throughout the Traffic Control Course.
If a student is not successful in completing all assessments satisfactorily, they will need to rebook the Traffic Control Course at the
full course fee.
After successfully completing all the training requirements, your trainer will issue you with a Statement of Completion, this is valid for work for up to 90 days. Contact us within 60 days of training to discuss to complete you assessment.
NOTE: Licences take up to 4 weeks to arrive in the post from SafeWork NSW. Please consider this as your Statement of Completion may expire before the certificate is issued.
Each successful student will receive a Statement of Attainment, upon successful completion of the practical assessment, which is a nationally recognised certificate. One Statement of Attainment will be issued for each unit of competency which is successfully completed.
This course is delivered by Affirm Training, with certificates issued by Affirm Training (RTOID:90024).
Traffic Controller FAQs
- Do I require a White Card for this training?
Participants must have white card prior the attending training.
- How long is my licence valid for?
The SafeWork NSW TCWT Card is deemed as a Perpetual Licence. For more information related to the SafeWork NSW TCWT Card, please visit SafeWork NSW Website
- How long is my Statement of Completion (SOC) valid for?
A Statement of Completion (SOC) is valid for 90 days. This allows individuals to work & gain experience within this time period. Note your SOC must be in date to undertake the practical assessment on a live worksite.
- What can I do as a Traffic Controller?
Traffic Controllers gain the skills & knowledge to stop/direct road users using a stop/slow bat and understand stopping sight distances. If you are new to the industry, we recommend undertaking the Combo course to further increase prospects of employment.
- What can I do with Implement Traffic Control Plans?
Individuals will gain the ability to set up and close down traffic control devices & signage according to a nominated TCGS/TCP, to WHS and legislative requirements. This training is suited to those who have Traffic Controller experience and wish to further their career within the traffic control/management industry.
- What happens if my Statement of Completion (SOC) has expired?
If your SOC has passed its 90 day period of validity, you can no longer use this for work purposes and finalise your assessment. Please contact SafeWork NSW via email - firstname.lastname@example.org.
To consider an SOC extension for each applicant the request must be sent from the applicant. The applicant should provide the following details:
- Fulle Name
- Date of Birth
- Screen shot which shows the course, applicant details, the RTO and expiry date
- Detail what prevented the applicant completing the assessments and if approval is granted what action will they take to complete the assessment within 30 days
- What if my licence has been lost or stolen?
Please contact SafeWork NSW on 13 10 50 or email email@example.com
- When do I get my licence?
Once a student completes their final practical assessment successfully, the SafeWork NSW TCWT Card can take up to 6weeks to arrive in the post from SafeWork NSW.
- Can Centrelink pay for me?
What you need to do is register with your local Job Network Agent. Your Employment Consultant will make the booking with us on your behalf and arrange payment with us directly. Unfortunately Centrelink does not pay directly.
- Can I pay my package in installments?
Unfortunately we cannot offer this service, full payment of course fees are required at the time of booking. The good news is that we try to always offer value for money and keep course fees affordable, so you know that you are always getting good value, especially with our package deals which offer reduced prices!
- What if I have trouble with written/spoken english for a Course?
Most courses will permit a student to bring a friend to interpret for them during training. If you do need assistance, we ask that you contact first before booking your course so we can advise if there are any restrictions. For example, Forklift training requires students to complete all assessments in English.
If the course permits, you may bring a friend along to the course or, alternatively, you can phone the National Translation service to book an interpreter. Visit the Immigration website for more information about help with translating.
- What payment methods do you accept?
Payment can be made at the time of booking using either a credit card, EFTPOS or cash. Invoices and acceptance of company cheques is by prior arrangement only.
- When is my booking confirmed?
Your booking is confirmed once we receive full payment of course fees. Unfortunately there are rare occasions where the course will sell out prior to you finalising payment. In this situation a member of our customer service team will get in contact to organise an alternate training date.
The cost for the Traffic Control course (combo) is $899 per person plus assessment fee#.
Traffic Control course is delivered in Sydney Olympic Park for public.