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Training providers

Training providers must be approved by the department in order to deliver traffic management training.

Approved traffic management training providers are responsible for:

  • delivering the Department of Transport and Main Roads approved training courses
  • assessing competencies of course attendants
  • certifying that training requirements have been met
  • maintaining a register of course attendees
  • maintaining the original course assessments for auditing purposes.

The department may conduct random and triggered desktop and onsite audits of approved training providers, to ensure that training is delivered to an acceptable standard.

Approved training providers

Traffic control
Aimed at persons requiring accreditation by the department to control traffic in accordance with the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices Part 3 (MUTCD) and the Traffic Controller Accreditation Scheme Approved Procedure.

Approved traffic controller training providers

Traffic management implementation (formerly referred to as Level 2 Traffic Management) 
Aimed at persons required to read, interpret, and implement traffic management plans and install/remove signs and devices in accordance with procedures set out in the MUTCD Part 3.

Approved traffic management implementation training providers 

Traffic management design (replacing previous Level 3 Traffic Management) 
Aimed at persons required to design/develop traffic management plans and traffic guidance schemes in accordance with procedures set out in the MUTCD Part 3.

Approved traffic management design training providers

Becoming an approved training provider

Registered training organisations are welcome to apply to become approved traffic management training providers. The Becoming an approved training provider page provides more information.

Last updated
24 August 2017