KALGOORLIE - Traffic Control Skill Set - 2 days

UNITS OF COMPETENCY:


RIIWHS201E Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
RIIWSH205E Control traffic with stop-slow bat
RIICOM201E Communicate in the workplace 
 


Pre-course requirements


Participants are required to hold and bring with them:



  • White card.

  • Current driver’s licence.

  • 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.

  • 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:



  • Statements of Attainment

  • MRWA Certificate of Accreditation

  • MRWA photo ID permit (valid for three years).


Please bring: Hand protection (safety gloves) suitable for manual handling.


Time:   7.30 am – to 3:30pm 


Duration:  2 days


Price:  $630.00 per person (GST free) 


Less CTF Subsidy - you pay $126.00


"The CTF provides funding support for training of eligible workers in the construction industry. We acknowledge the support of the CTF in reducing the costs of training for eligible workers."



Venue:
Quality Inn Railway Motel & Function Centre
51 Forrest Street, Kalgoorlie WA 6430  


 

Catering:

Refreshments and light catering provided

 

Course Start Dates:

Tue, 21st Sep, 2021


 


Testimonials

Today's RIIWHS201D course was very well structured and information was clearly presented. Thanks Jason for keeping it interesting!

By Craig Wansbrough from

Tara was very easy to understand which made learning the material easier. She was engaging and answered all questions using her vast experience as a platform to my better understanding! Good day, good course.

By Darren Best from Wilson Security

a good form of training easy to understand and well delivered by very professional trainers.

By Barry Robinson from