Traffic Management Plan Designer Refresher - WZ1



Regional price - Please contact ETAS


Two Day, Face-to-Face


Up to 17 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.


Re-accreditation is required to ensure that practitioners are kept up-to-date with any changes in legislation, standards and guidelines and changes in technology and work practices over the previous three-year period. Maintenance of workzone accreditation requires a person to take active action to maintain currency and is intended to:
  • Ensuring that only persons who have maintained their skills are eligible to operate in the temporary traffic management industry.
  • This can be achieved by completing a verification of competency based on presentation of supporting evidence and attending a WZ1/TMD-NP refresher course.


Workzone Traffic Management Re-accreditation - Pre-Requisites for WZ1/TMD-NP Those who seek re-accreditation will need to provide evidence of active engagement in the industry within the previous 12 months. Documentary evidence of experience must include details of at least three (3) TMPs that the applicant has prepared, endorsed or approved that have been implemented at a worksite. The course applicant must submit the above evidence of experience prior to sitting the refresher course. Course applicants must have achieved Statement of Attainment in the current unit of competency (RIICWD503E and RIIWHS302E) prior to being re-accredited (previous unit versions are acceptable). Those seeking re-accreditation will have three (3) months after their accreditation has expired to attend a refresher course. Failing this, the individual is required to attend the full course (exceptional circumstances can be sent to Department of Infrastructure Planning and Logistics for the final decision). Bring the following on day one of the course:
  • Laptop with word capability.
  • General Construction Induction Training Card (NT White Card or interstate equivalent).
  • Australian Motor Vehicle Driver's Licence.
  • Statement of Attainment for RIIWHS302E Implement Traffic Management Plans (WZ3/TMI) and Statement of Attainment for RIICWD503E Prepare Workzone Traffic Management Plans and Traffic Guidance Schemes (WZ1/TMD-NP).


Traffic Management Plans completed in accordance with DIPL Standard Specification for Roadworks or Standard Specification for Civil Maintenance, AS17423,3 2019 Austroads Guides to Temporary Traffic Management Parts 1-10 that had been implemented for an Event or Workzone, which they have reviewed, approved or developed. All evidence shall have been within the last 12 months of seeking their DIPL Traffic Management re-accreditation. The plans must include multiple traffic guidance schemes and speed reductions including a detailed risk assessment. The applicant shall submit a copy of two (2) detailed Traffic Management Plans that have been implemented at an Event or Workzone together with their review comments, for assessment. The applicant shall submit a copy of a site compliance inspection for of a roadwork or event traffic management site they have completed. together with their review comments, for assessment. Where an applicant is unable to produce a sample of a Traffic Management Plan that they have reviewed, designed and / or approved within 12 months of seeking their DIPL Traffic Management re-accreditation, an assignment will then need to be submitted by the applicant. In addition to the above requirement, applicants shall undertake written/oral assessment on their knowledge and understanding of the following:
  • Duty of Care.
  • Fatigue and hydration management.
  • Reporting procedures.
  • SWMS Hazards – Work plant and road users.
  • Escape routes.
  • PPE Communication.
  • Daily Diary.
  • Reviewing TMPs and TGSs.
  • Sign cleanliness.
  • Aftercare signage and delineation.
  • Sign Credibility.
  • Risk Management.
  • Traffic flow.
  • Worker offsets and speed limits.
  • Staging of works.
  • Advance Warning / Sight Distance.
  • Emergency Preparedness (OTMA).
  • Validating generic TMP / TGS.
  • End of queue protection when using traffic controllers.
  • Safe work methods for setting out and recovering signs and devices.
The applicant must finalise and submit outstanding re-accreditation assignment works post course if not completed during the two (2) day training session. Participants shall only be given two (2) weeks to submit work-based evidence post course. Extensions of another two (2) weeks shall only be granted under exceptional circumstances at the discretion of Earthworks Training & Assessment Services.



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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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