Traffic Management Plan Designer - WZ1



Regional price - Please contact ETAS


5 days


Up to 40 hours


Theory and Practical


2/68 Benison Road, Winnellie NT 0820
Please see below for entry requirements


  • Establish context for traffic management plan and traffic guidance scheme.
  • Plan and prepare for implementing the risk management process.
  • Identify workplace hazards.
  • Assess workplace risks and identify unacceptable risk levels.
  • Identify potential actions and develop risk controls.
  • Prepare traffic management plan.
  • Prepare traffic guidance scheme.
  • Implement and evaluate risk control.
  • Support and review traffic management plan implementation


Upcoming Workshops

There are currently no openings available for this course.


Worksite traffic management is the management of traffic movement through or past a works area with a maximum of safety and a minimum of inconvenience for both the road workers and the road user. Good management is achieved through use of standardised methods, procedures and physical layouts for routine works situations and the adaptation of these standardised methods to more complex situations.


Accreditation Pre-Requisites for WZ1/TMD -- (To be provided at time of course registration) Documentary evidence of at least one (1) year’s experience in traffic management, road asset management, road safety, road design, road construction or road maintenance. Documentary evidence must include the following as a minimum either:
  • A letter or Third Party Report from PCBU / Employer detailing the type of work performed.
  • Details of a minimum of 3 worksites with details of supervisor with contact details to be verified
OR A tertiary qualification in civil construction, traffic engineering or road design related field.   Course Participant’s are required to bring to the course the following:
  • Laptop with word capability.
  • General Construction Induction Training card (NT White Card or interstate equivalent).
  • Australian motor vehicle driver's licence.
  • RIIWHS205E Control Traffic with a Stop-Slow Bat (WZ2/TC).
  • RIIWHS302E Implement Traffic Management Plans (WZ3/TMI).
Pre course Preparation It is highly recommended course participant’s have the following prior to registering in this course:
  • Sound computer skills (essential to complete this course).
  • Access to software for TGS drawing. (Software must be to a standard a Road Authority will accept when submitting a TMP).
NOTE: This course does not involve training on software used for creating TGS’s.


Course participants shall be required to write two (2) detailed Traffic Management Plans (TMP). Both TMPs shall use a Workzone Traffic Management (TMP) template provided by the Approved Training Provider (ATP) for Northern Territory and be based on a real life road location.
  • One (1) relatively simple TMP.
  • One (1) TMP involving staging and multiple TGS.
  • Completing various workzone traffic management activities throughout the training session and
  • Undertake a compliance Inspection.
Finalise and submit outstanding TMP assignment works post course if not completed during the five (5) day training session. Course participants shall only be given four (4) weeks to submit TMP work based evidence post course. Extensions of another two (2) weeks may only be granted under exceptional circumstances at the discretion of Earthworks Training & Assessment Services. All documents must be submitted in Word format or PDF. Course participant's should retain a copy of their assignments prior to submitting. Additional course information provided on confirmation of registration.



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An RTO is a Registered Training Organisation, a registered training provider to deliver vocational education and training services. As an RTO, Workzone is a certified provider of nationally recognised training and qualifications.

Will I be offered a job after completing a course with ETAS ?
We regularly employ staff throughout Northern Territory and South Australia, and encourage you to apply through our website Workzone Territory or Workzone Traffic Control.

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To receive the CITB training subsidy you will need a valid CITB number.  Courses eligible for CITB funding will allow you to book with your CITB Number to receive the contribution against your course fee.  More details about training subsidies can be found here.


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