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RIIWHS205E Control traffic with stop-slow bat

To renew your Traffic Controller accreditation in Queensland, you will be required to successfully complete the Department of Transport and Main Roads approved training program and demonstrate current competence as a traffic controller. Your Traffic Controller accreditation must be renewed every 3 years.

Learning Strategies

  • A 4 hour instructor led session including: lectures, group discussion and a written assessment.

Expected Outcomes

On successful completion participants receive a Statement of Attainment for RIIWHS205E Control Traffic with a Stop/Slow Bat. Current Training will also provide the documentation required to apply for re-accreditation as a Traffic Controller with the Department of Transport and Main Roads.

Topics Covered:

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

Who should attend?

  • Workers needing to renew their Industry Authority as a Traffic Controller
  • Interstate Traffic Controllers wishing to gain their Queensland accreditation

Current Training apply the minimum requirements for Traffic Control Renewal training i.e you must meet ALL of these criteria before we will issue a Statement of Attainment, which is the mandatory requirement for accreditation renewal by the Department of Transport and Main Roads.

Currency of industry practice requirements

You are required to supply:

  • a copy of your current Traffic Controller Industry Authority Card
  • evidence of your currency and competency.

Currency of industry practice means you, the traffic controller, have performed stop/slow bat operations for a minimum of 32 hours in the last 12 months, and can demonstrate the minimum knowledge requirements for controlling traffic.

You must complete the currency of industry practice log and provide (attach) the following minimum evidence to prove that you meet the required 32 hours of actual stop/slow bat operations in the last 12 months:

  1. work dockets/SWMS, risk assessment participation OR pre-start documentation
  2. a letter OR Third Party Report from your employer detailing the type of work performed
  3. a signed declaration (p.4 onwards of the COIP logbook)
  4. undertake a theory renewal exam.


Please note that prior to registration you will be required to complete a Currency of Industry Practice document, work dockets/SWMS, risk assessment participation OR pre-start documentation a letter OR Third Party Report from your employer detailing the type of work performed. These documents provide evidence to Current Training, that you have completed a minimum of 32 hours performing the duties of a Traffic Controller within the last 12 months. Note: If you cannot provide any of these documents, you will not be able to attend the scheduled training session until you do.

View PDF – RIIWHS205E Currency of Industry Practice V3_250119


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RIIWHS302E Implement Traffic Management Plan

 ** Please note: Participants are responsible for arranging their own work placement for completing the logbook experience

The Traffic Management for Construction and Maintenance Work Code of Practice 2008 requires workers involved in implementing a traffic management plan to be trained in the advanced application of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) Part 3 (current edition). The Traffic Management Implementation (RIIWHS302E) Course provides the skills and knowledge required to implement a traffic guidance scheme for roadworks ensuring traffic flow is maintained and the safety of the public and workers is maximised.

The unit requires compliance with:

  • Australian Standard AS1742.3 – 2009
  • Code of Practice – Traffic management for Construction and Maintenance Work 2008
  • Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices – Part 3 (current edition)
  • Transport Operations Road Use Management Act/Regulations 2011
  • Site specific Traffic Guidance Scheme / Traffic Management Plans

NOTE: This course does not entitle a person to apply for the Queensland Traffic Controller Accreditation. The completion of Control Traffic with a Stop/Slow Bat (RIIWHS205E) course is required to be able to apply for a Queensland Traffic Controller Accreditation.

Learning Strategies:

Part 1 – In house training course (theory):

  • An 8 hour instructor led session including; lectures, group discussion, case studies, exercises and a written assessment.
  • A Statement of Attendance is issued after successful completion of the Theory component of the course

Part 2 – Three (3) onsite setups (Practical)

  • Participants will need to demonstrate knowledge and skills on at least 3 worksites. A Traffic Management Log and Third Party Report Verification will be completed for each of the 3 setups.
  • The logbook and Third Party verification MUST be submitted within 3 months of the course date.

Part 3 – Completion of the two online training programs “Working Proximity to Traffic Part 1 and 2”

Note: Participants who do not install or remove signs in their workplace do not need to complete the practical component. This would generally only be those staff that may be required to go on and complete the Traffic Management Design course. Traffic Management theory is a pre-requisite for further courses.


Participants who successfully complete the practical assessment will be awarded a Statement of Attainment and a Traffic Management Implementation card, which will contain a card number and an expiry date. The Traffic Management Implementation qualification is valid for 3 years from the date of issue.

Topics Covered:

  • Legislative framework
  • Definitions related to roadworks signage
  • Principles for implementing Traffic Management Plans
  • Responsibilities for Safety at Worksites
  • Identifying traffic control devices and their functions
  • Record Keeping

Who should attend?

All staff involved in erecting roadside signage for work carried out in or around a roadway.

Interstate traffic management implementation officers with current accreditation do not need to do this course but can complete the Traffic Management Implementation – Renewal course instead.

Entry Requirements:

Whilst there are no upfront entry requirements to participant in this course, you are however required to complete “Working in Proximity to Traffic Part 1 and 2” for you to be issued with a TMR Accreditation. You can complete these online courses during the 3 month period given for the completion of the 3 mandatory signage setups.

You will need to go to the following Web Link pay the required TMR fees, complete the online courses, print the course certificates at completion and send a copy to Current Training.

Part 1 Key information.

Part 2 Key information.

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Traffic Management Renewal Program – From October 2019

RIIWHS302E Implement Traffic Management Plan

To renew your Traffic Management Implementation in Queensland, you will be required to successfully complete the Department of Transport and Main Roads approved training program. Your Traffic Management Implementation qualification must be renewed every 3 years.

Who should attend?

  • Workers needing to renew their Traffic Management Implementation qualification
  • Interstate Traffic Management Implementation Officers wishing to gain their Queensland accreditation


1 day plus entry requirements

Entry requirements

  1. Workingin Proximity to Traffic Part1- Awareness. Certificate of Completion
  2. Working in Proximity to Traffic Part2- Works Protection Methods. Certificate of Completion
  3. Currency of Industry Practice (Third Party Reports x 2; TGS, Toolbox, SWMS Risk Management Plan)
  4. Qld TMR Traffic Management Implementation Card
  5. Statement of Attainment for RIIWHS302E Implement Traffic Management Plan

NOTE: No person is able to attend the approved program without submitting the entry requirements and supporting evidence prior to the course commencement as stipulated in the Currency of Industry Practice.

Delivery method

The program is to be delivered in a classroom environment and incorporates the following delivery methods:

  • Content presentation
  • Document review
  • TGS activities
  • Written questions
  • Group discussions
  • Animations (embedded into the PowerPoint presentation)
  • This training program is designed to be interactive and engage learners with the necessary legislation, documents and procedures that specify the  manner in which Traffic Management Implementers’ duties must be conducted.

Program accreditation

On successful completion of the program and the submission of verified entry requirements evidence, participants will be awarded the following:

  1. Certificate of Currency for the unit of competency RIIWHS302E Implement traffic management plan
  2. Statement of Attainment for the unit of competency RIIRIS301E Apply risk management processes.

Web Links to “WorkinginProximitytoTrafficPart1and 2” training.

Part 1 Key information.

Part 2 Key information.

View PDF – RIIWHS302E Implement Traffic Management Plan COIP August 2019 Final

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