TRAFFIC CONTROL & IMPLEMENT TCPS RPL
The Traffic Control Training RPL process has been specifically designed for the Professional Traffic Controllers that have a wealth of experience.
They can draw this experience from:
- Their current and past workplaces.
- Life experience
- Education and or previous training
- Previous accreditations and photo cards issued by relevant roads authorities.
You will need to demonstrate your skills and knowledge to one of our SafeWork NSW approved assessors through the RPL application process.
If successful, you will be issued with the same credentials as if you had undertaken the full unit as an enrolled student.
The students must complete an Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) application form prior to enrolling either online or phone (02) 4262 7072.
- Delivery Time:
- Assessment Option 1: 1-4 hours (completes 2 required assessments)
- Assessment Option 2: The student must contact Accelerated Training to arrange for an Assessor to come to their worksite to perform the live observation/s on 3 (three) separate live projects. For the first 2 (two) live projects, the student may choose to obtain a 3rd party report signed by their supervisor. An approved SafeWork NSW assessor on the job must do the third observation.
- Assessment Option 1: Weekly
- Assessment Option 2: Must be agreed upon between the student and assessor.
- Assessment Option 1: Student to book live observation assessment.
- Assessment Option 2: Live project observation anywhere in the Illawarra region from 7 am to 6 pm. Must be agreed upon between the student and assessor.
- Assessment Option 1: $80
- Assessment Option 2: $80
- Venue: Accelerated Training worksite
- Step 1: Complete the Application pack
- Step 2: Complete the 3rd Party Report (Obtain Workplace Evidence)
- Step 3: Arrange for a Workplace Live Assessment
Students who successfully complete the RPL process including the live assessment will be awarded:
- A SafeWork NSW Statement of Completion (SOC) certificate which allows them to work in the Traffic Control Industry immediately whilst waiting for final assessment which will be conducted in a live environment. The SOC is valid for 90 days only.
- A Statement of Attainment (SOA) for the following skill sets:
- RIIWHS201D — Work safely and follow WHS policies and work procedures
- RIICOM201D — Communicate in the workplace
- RIIWHS205DE — Control traffic with a stop-slow bat
- RIIWHS206 — Control traffic with portable traffic control devices and temporary traffic signs
- RIIRIS301D — Apply risk management processes
- RIIWHS201D — Work safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
- RIIWHS302E — Implement traffic management plans
- RIIWHS303 — Position, set up and program portable traffic control devices
The Statement of Attainment (SOA) is required for an application that we submit to the SafeWork NSW for card licence.
Target students of this unit are those who aim to work in an operational role in the traffic management industry as a Traffic Controller. These students generally work under supervision to undertake a prescribed range of functions to ensure safe and effective work outcomes in the traffic management industry.
- All student must be assessed on the job on a minimum of 3 (three) occasions in separate live projects (in the context of traffic control at worksites).
- A Unique Student Identifier (USI) number
- CPCCOHS1001A — Work safely in the construction industry (white card) or equivalent
- Traffic Controller — Current Driver’s License — Red Ps acceptable
- Implement TCP — Photo ID with current address
For Assessment Option 2
- Participants must hold or have held in the last 6 months the relevant Traffic Control qualifications and should be highly experienced traffic control professionals to be eligible for the RPL application process.
- Ability to read appropriate signage for the tasks required and can read and interpret traffic control plans that include specialised symbols
- Writes clear sequenced instructions for using routine/everyday activities
- Records simple and routine information from a telephone message
- Can write tasks to be completed by other staff.
- Completes a range of forms requiring routine and factual data, e.g; WHS records, inspection reports and checklists
- Demonstrates language use appropriate to some different interactive purposes, e.g. gives an opinion or explanation, makes an enquiry or seeks clarification
- Can identify key information relevant to an exchange
- Can explain routine procedures and give clear sequenced instructions to others
- Follows directions to perform a sequence of tasks and listens for specific information in a formal workplace meeting
- Asks questions to clarify and confirm instructions
- Listens to clear, sequenced instructions of several steps and asks clarifying questions as required
- Communicates using radio equipment, e.g. to report to base on a location or field emergency
- Interprets and comprehends a range of everyday mathematical information that is embedded in familiar and routine texts
- Can interpret and familiar and routine maps and plans
- Uses appropriate technological devices to measure, estimate and calculate length/distance
- Selects and uses appropriate tools and hand held device. e.g. uses tape measure to measure
- Problem solving processes using developing estimation, and other assessment skills.
- Ability to calculate braking distances and speed of oncoming traffic
The Australian Skills and Qualification Authority (ASQA) requires that students be aware of their rights and responsibilities once they have selected their training provider. Your rights and responsibilities can be found in our Student Agreement that should be read BEFORE enrolling into any of our courses.
Accelerated Training is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 41474).
The Australian Skills and Qualification Authority (ASQA) require that students be aware of their rights and responsibilities once they have selected their training provider.
Your rights and responsibilities can be found in our Learner Handbook that should be read before enrolling into any of our courses.