If you are thinking of getting Traffic Control Training, you are probably planning to be a traffic controller. But does the course also qualify you for other jobs? Will the course allow you to work as a Traffic Manager as well?
Can Traffic Control Training Qualify Someone to be a Traffic Manager?
The course focuses on providing participants with skills and knowledge as future Traffic Controllers. This way, they can ensure the safety of traffic controllers, fellow workers, motorists and other road users. The course is also a mandatory requirement for persons involved in controlling traffic using a stop-slow bat. Without it, you will not be given the proper certification.
But will the Traffic Control Training also allow you to work as a Traffic Manager? Unfortunately, the course does not provide qualification for Traffic Management. If you are interested in working in Traffic Management, you will need to take a different course.
In order to obtain the Traffic Management qualification, you will need to complete Traffic Management training. The course will teach you the required competency for the interpretation and implementation of traffic management plans. You can take the Implement Traffic Management Plan RIIWHS302D course in Melbourne to get the qualification and proper certification here.
Are you decided to take Traffic Control Training instead of pursuing work as a Traffic Manager? Make sure you are getting your training from the best available provider. Edway Training offers Control Traffic with the Stop-Slow Bat RIIWHS205E in Sunshine and Hallam VIC. Book today and be ready for the job you want.
Please Note: We have a maximum of 10 students per class and practising social distancing requirements of students being no closer than 1.5 metres from each other. Please refer to Edway COVID Action Plan which can be found on our website.