In our traffic management course, you will learn the skills to implement a trafﬁc management plan, control traffic with a stop and slow bat, set up trafﬁc control equipment, use signs and devices to direct and coordinate trafﬁc through a work zone, trafﬁc guidance scheme or road works. Successful students will understand how to guide drivers through changed road conditions, making this a valuable skillset for a range of industries.
Our traffic control courses will teach you the skills to:
Units of Competency
Duration – 2 days
Upcoming Course Dates for Our Combined Traffic Management Courses:
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be issued with a nationally accredited trafﬁc management statement of attainment.
Although our Traffic Management units are nationally recognised, States and territories have different requirements for Traffic control. Please visit the following websites to assist you in determining whether this course is suitable for you.
A valuable addition to your skillset
A traffic management ticket is a valuable choice for any worker looking to enter a variety of industries. Apart from the wealth of opportunities available in civil & building construction and road maintenance, successful completion of a traffic management course can lead to operational roles in industries such as civil and building construction, rail, road construction, mining, as well as residential and commercial construction. Its versatility and high demand will make it an attractive addition to any resume.
MultiSkills Training offers a complete traffic management course at our Melbourne and Geelong training facilities or at client locations. We train you in the fundamentals, including how to understand a traffic management plan while effectively and safely controlling and redirecting traffic.
Choosing MultiSkills for your traffic management course means studying at a training organisation that’s proven as an industry leader. All our courses are delivered by highly skilled industry experienced and knowledgeable trainers, and provide you with the practical skills and knowledge and understanding you need to succeed.
At MultiSkills Training we are here to support you. Our mission is to empower Victorian students to realise their full potential through a high-quality learning experience. Whether you’re looking for a civil construction course, confined space training or are going for your traffic management ticket or white card, know that you’ll receive high-quality training at MultiSkills Training.
Learn how our training courses could enhance your career. Start a conversation with the team at MultiSkills Training today and book your spot in one of our courses held at our Melbourne and Geelong locations.
Speak to us about traffic control and refresher courses in Melbourne
If you require further information or would like to book a spot in one of our traffic control and traffic management courses, please contact our friendly administration team on 1800SKILLS or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions
A traffic management course is designed to teach participants the skills needed to implement a traffic management plan, control traffic using signs and equipment and coordinate movement through a work zone. This training is valuable across all types of job sites and will make you a sought-after employee within the construction industry.
A traffic management course taken through MultiSkills costs $390 per person. You can opt to have your white card included for an additional $130. We also offer V.O.C. (Verification of Competency) options to participants, at onsite or offsite locations that offer flexibility and convenience to participants throughout Victoria.
Traffic controllers need to complete a traffic control training course and have a valid white card. Further requirements including being at least 17 years of age.. Without the above, you will not be able to work as a traffic controller on a worksite.
To become a traffic controller in Victoria, you will need to complete a traffic control training course and get a white card from a registered training organisation. Once working in the field, regular refresher courses will need to be undertaken every 2 – 3 years to ensure that your skills are up-to-date with changes in the industry.
You can get a traffic control ticket by undertaking a training course through a nationally registered training organisation that offers traffic management courses to participants. When complete, you will be certified to work as a traffic controller. MultiSkills offers a range of programs that teach all of the required skills that you will need.
Enrol in a training course with a registered training organisation and complete all of the required coursework and assessment. This will ensure that you can safely work as a traffic controller and perform a range of jobs across different kinds of sites or locations.
A traffic control course will take participants 2 days to complete. Flexible delivery options are available to accommodate learning styles and employment arrangements. Weekday and weekend courses are available for your convenience. This ensures that everyone can complete their training in a way that works with their schedule.