WANNEROO TRAINING: BASIC WORKSITE TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (1 day)


UNITS OF COMPETENCY


RIIWHS302D Implement traffic management plan


RIICOM201D Communicate in the worklplace



Pre-course requirements

Participants are required to hold and bring with them:

  • White card

  • Photo ID (eg, passport, driver’s licence etc).

  • USI (Unique Student Identifier number). Participants can apply for the USI at our website www.kelyn.com.au or direct to www.usi.gov.au.

  • RIIWHS201D Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures. Kelyn offers this unit as a standalone course conducted over approx. 6 hours, you are required to complete this course prior to attending Traffic Management training.

  • Participants are required to be able to read and write in the English language and have basic numeracy skills.     Should you have problems reading and writing, please contact the office on 9356 3455 and we will be able to assist.


Course Aim:


To provide participants with the theory and skills necessary to undertake Basic Worksite Traffic Management and safely control traffic with a Stop/Slow bat in accordance with Main Roads WA standards.


Certification:  



  • Statement of Attainment

  • MRWA Certificate of Accreditation

  • MRWA photo ID permit (valid for three years)


Time:  7.30 am to 3.30 pm 


Duration:  8 hours total


Price:  $315.00 per person (GST Free)


Venue:


Wanneroo Library and Cultural Centre


Ground Floor Meeting Room


3 Rocca Way, WANNEROO  6065


Course Start Dates:



 


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Jason the trainer for my AWTM renewal course was knowledgeable and supportive. All aspects of registering onto this training with Kelyn was easy and good value for money. Thank you for morning tea!

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I attended an AWTM renewal course with Kelyn 30.05.19 . Jason Body was the trainer and I found it all very informative and to be easy going training.

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Thank you to everyone who had part in setting me up for training, facilities are A1, as is all staff, Jason Body made training fun and easy to cope with best training I have ever done

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