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Find Out Why You Need Traffic Control Training To Use The Stop-Slow Bat

Stop Slow Bat Training

People believe that being a traffic controller sounds like an easy job. However, there are several requirements that need to be met, including having to complete Traffic Control training. But why do you need to take the course for something as simple as using the stop-slow bat? As it turns out, a traffic controller has several important responsibilities.

The Importance of Traffic Control Training

The Traffic Control course provides participants with the skills and knowledge to ensure the safety of motorists and other road users. In addition to that, you will also be able to keep other traffic controllers and fellow workers safe on the road. Moreover, the training shows you how to properly operate the stop-slow bat to control traffic.

Being a traffic controller means watching out for everyone on the road and it is important to understand safety. This is why completing the course is the only way to get proper certification to become a traffic controller.

What are the Requirements for the Traffic Control course?

Participants must provide a valid form of photo I.D. like a driver’s license or a passport. You must also present a valid USI (Unique Student Identifier) and complete the LLN (Language, Literacy and Numeracy) assessment. Lastly, all participants must wear comfortable closed-in shoes in order to perform practical activities safely.


Are you ready to become a traffic controller? Make sure you’re getting your training from the best available provider. Edway Training offers Control Traffic with the Stop-Slow Bat RIIWHS205E course in Sunshine and Hallam VIC. Book today and be ready for your new job.

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.