From March 1st 2024, Traffic Management Training in Victoria is changing across the State to align with the new Code of Practice for Worksite Safety – Traffic Management.
This change involves adopting a mandated National Training Framework for Temporary Traffic Management. This training, including training duration and requirements will be Nationally Regulated and monitored by AustRoads and each state/territory Road Authority.
National Training for Temporary Traffic Management provides:
Temporary Traffic Management Roles and Training will now be classed over several categories, with each category requiring further training and practical experience, then followed by a practical assessment.
The role and where the work is being undertaken, including its complexity determines the TTM category of training required. There are eight temporary traffic management national training programs with associated Skill Sets.
|TEMPORARY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT|
|Roles||Category 1||Category 2||Category 3|
|Traffic Management Implementer||TMI1||TMI2||TMI3|
|Traffic Management Designer||TMD1||TMD2||TMD3|