TM Training Courses

Traffic Management Training Courses Christchurch

Traffic R Us offers a range of training courses from Traffic Controller (TC) through to STMS L2 Practical Assessments and everything in between.

We offer one and two-day courses designed to bring you up to speed with the NZTA code of practice for temporary traffic management.

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These NZTA-certified training programmes provide all the training required for general traffic management safety and cover all the new standards and operating procedures for both NZTA and Local Authority roads.

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Course Training Times are generally 7:45am to 4:30pm. Please arrive early to find a carpark and register in.

TC COURSE DATES 2020 ($280 +GST)
  • Course dates for 2020 will be released in Jan 2020.
STMS LVL 1 COURSE DATES 2020  ($450 +GST)
  • Course dates for 2020 will be released in Jan 2020.
STMS LVL 1 Refresher COURSE DATES 2020 ($280 +GST)
  • Course dates for 2020 will be released in Jan 2020.

Please do not hesitate to contact our friendly team for advice on getting ready for the New Year on 0800 872 348.

NZTA 2020 TTM Training Requirements Update

Traffic R Us are here to help you and your organisation navigate the upcoming changes to the TTM Industry as the new Training and Competency Model comes in to effect. 

The first new NZTA qualification module is called “General Worker”. It is a requirement for anyone working on New Zealand roads from 1st April 2020.

If you’d like to get ahead of the curve on the new compliance timeline, get in touch now. Traffic R Us can assist with a plan to ensure you and your team are ready for the new training requirements — and that you experience minimal disruption to your day-to-day operations in 2020. We can then assist you to implement this plan so that your staff can demonstrate the required competencies in the tasks they are undertaking.

Overall, the updated standards from the NZTA are a chance for STMS’s to achieve a formal New Zealand Certificate in Temporary Traffic Management for the first time. This has been a long time coming and is great for people in our industry. As will be the significantly improved safety levels we can expect to see for those working on our roads later this year.

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Some of the topics include, but are not limited to:
  • Inspection, development and submission of traffic management plans
  • Installation, checking and removal of road safety measures
  • Selection and placement of correct signage
  • Hazard identification
  • Work team briefing

  • Incident recording and reporting
  • Vehicle and equipment operation
  • Site safety auditing
  • Traffic control, including stop/go operations