Please note that the Department of Transport & Main Roads have brought in some pre-requisite changes for the Full & Renewal Traffic Management Implementation courses. As of 1 October 2019, all learners completing the TMI course will need to provide the RTO with copies of the Working In Proximity to Traffic Part 1 & 2 certificates.
What are the Working in Proximity to Traffic courses?
These are online courses run through the TMR website, which have information relevant to anyone involved with works that is in close proximity to traffic.
As the courses are run through TMR, all fees are paid directly to TMR.
Information about the courses, and links to the courses, can be found on the TMR website here.
TMI Renewals will need to provide the WPT part 1 & 2 certificates prior to their course attendance, and TMI Full/New Entrants have 3 months from their course date to provide the RTO with those certificates.
*Please be advised that the RTO is unable to issue the Traffic Management Implementation card until we receive copies of those certificates.
If you have any questions regarding the above information, please contact us on email@example.com or by calling us on 3881 3008 (option 2)
Don’t forget to book in for your TMI renewal or full courses! They can be found here (renewal) and here (full / new entrant).
For August and September AATC will be running our TC course (renewals only) and our TMI course (both full and renewal enrolments) in Ipswich.
For each month we will have one TC course and one TMI course.
August TC Course: Monday 12/08/19
August TMI Course: Tuesday 13/08/19
September TC Course: Thursday 19/09/19
September TMI Course: Friday 20/09/19
Book in fast, because spots are sure to fill up quick!
To book in through our website:
– find the TC course page here.
– find the TMI course pages here (renewal) and here (full / new entrant)
You can also call us on 3881 3008 (option 2) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Acquired recently had cause to celebrate when John Cassel, our Quality Systems, RTO & Compliance Manager, became the Vice Chair of the Queensland branch of the Traffic Management Association of Australia (TMAA).
John has put a lot of effort into the industry over the years and it’s great to see him rewarded with this appointment.
Please join us in saying a big congratulations to John.
In TMR’s June Traffic Management Newsletter they have acknowledged that during set-up of a worksite there may be some short-term non-compliance with some MUTCD clauses. See below for what they have said.
“During set-up and removal of traffic control devices at road worksites, it is acknowledged that non-compliances withsome clauses of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) will occur.
This can include, for example, when signs and devices are installed in one direction of travel, and not the other, offset speed zones will be created. While the MUTCD does not permit offset speed zones on two lane two way roads (other than at buffer zones), any such non-conformance during the set-up or removal process is not considered a nonconformance with the requirements of the MUTCD.
TMR encourages traffic control providers to minimise the set-up and removal times as much as possible, and proactively manage risks associated with any non-compliance.” – Department of Transport and Main Roads Queensland, Traffic Management Newsletter (June 2019).
For the full newlsetter visit the TMR website here.
Are you booking into a Stop/Slow – Traffic Controller (TC) course with us and are looking for more information?
For those people thinking about completing the course and becoming a TC, we suggest reading the information on Transport and Main Roads Qld’s website here.
And don’t forget to read the information on the relevant course pages of our website:
Traffic Control Course Full (New Entrant)
Traffic Control Course Renewal
We are of course always happy to answer any questions about the course which you may have, so if you do have further questions please contact us on 3881 3008 (option 2) to discuss.
We look forward to booking you into one of our upcoming TC courses!
Don’t forget that many of the documents that we use in the traffic management industry get updated throughout the year. It’s important to regularly check for any updates via the appropriate websites / government agencies who publish these documents.
- The current QLD versions of the MUTCD & Supp Notes can be found via the TMR website here.
- The current QLD TCASAP can be found via the TMR website here .
- The current QLD Main Roads Technical Specifications can be found via the TMR website here.
- The current QLD Traffic Management for Construction or Maintenance Work COP (2008) can be found via the Worksafe QLD website here.
- The current TMR fact sheets for Works on Roads can be found via TMR’s website here.
- The current QLD Traffic Controller Clothing Standard can be found via the TMR website here.
- The current QLD version of the TORUM can be found via the QLD Legislation website here.
- The current QLD TRUM can be found via the TMR website here.
- The current Australian Standard 1742.3-2009 can be found via the SAI Global website here.
- The AustRoads Guides to Temporary Traffic Management can be found via the AustRoads website here
If you have any questions about upcoming traffic control, traffic management implementation or traffic management design courses in Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast or the Gold Coast, please peruse our website or contact us on 3881 3008 (option 2) or email@example.com.
Last week Acquired Awareness visited Mackay to facilitate a Traffic Management Design (TMD) course.
Just this year we have trained traffic management implementation (TMI) in Normanton (Far North Qld), and the TMD in Barcaldine (Central Qld), Cairns (Far North QLD) and now Mackay,
The above regional locations show our commitment to providing outstanding training to all of Queensland.
We’re now looking forward to our upcoming TMD courses in Roma, Hervey Bay, Brendale, Coomera and Caloundra.
If you’re thinking of completing the TMD course, or looking at booking one of your employees in, contact us now on 3881 3008 (option 2) for more information.
Don’t forget we also offer the traffic control (Stop/Slow), traffic management implementation (signage and devices implementation) and white card courses.
Contact us on 3881 3008 (option 2) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book in now!
Every year millions of people across Australia undertake nationally recognised training in the VET sector. Previously it was difficult to keep track of who did what courses, when they completed them, and whether or not they passed. With this in mind the federal government mandated that RTO’s report all instances of nationally recognised training to one centralised hub.
Through this one central location RTO’s advise when a learner completed a course, whether or not a learner has passed a course and attained the particular qualification and many other details.
The Unique Student Identifier (USI) system was put in place from the 1st of January 2015. This means that any people who have undertaken nationally recognised training since this date will have their completion of those courses recorded on the USI system.*
You are able to download / print off a transcript of all completed courses since 1 January 2015, with there no longer being any doubt as to someone’s completion in a course. This can be very helpful when applying for other courses, where there are pre-requisite units of competency or qualifications which are required prior to attendance. It also greatly helps with employment where you need to be able to prove what courses you have completed and what qualifications you have attained.
Unfortunately the system is not retrospective, therefore any training that was completed prior to 1 January 2015 is not included on your transcript.
For all of AATC’s courses, including our traffic control and traffic management courses, we will need to be able to access, verify and/or create your USI number (reference number made up of a mix of 10 numbers and letters).
Note you will keep the one (1) USI number with you for the rest of your life, there is not a different USI number allocated for each instance of training.
For more information, including some helpful videos, visit the USI website here.
*Note: there are some people who may qualify for an exemption to this.
The End of Financial Year is fast approaching and places are booking up in our courses. If your company would like to book in a group of employees or some people here and there, make sure you get in quick by contacting us on 3881 3008 (option 2) or email@example.com.
Remember we offer our traffic control, traffic management implementation and traffic management design courses in Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast & the Gold Coast. We can also do group bookings at your premises / in regional areas*.
Acquired also have extensive capability across South East Queensland in supplying traffic management to both new and current clients in this busy period. Contact our operations team today to organise your traffic control needs by calling 3881 3008 (option 1).
*Training in regional areas and at your companies premises involve some terms and conditions, contact AATC for further information
Why do you need so many personal details from me?
In the VET (Vocational Education & Training) sector there are certain details which we are legally obligated to obtain for reporting purposes. The questions that we ask on your enrolment form are there so that we can meet those legal obligations; these details are known as AVETMISS data.
Once a year we are required to forward the information we capture from you to the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER). This is a legal requirement placed on all RTO’s under the Data Provision Requirements 2012.
Please note the information below regarding the details that we capture on behalf of NCVER.
Under the Data Provision Requirements 2012, Acquired Awareness Training Centre is required to collect personal information about you and to disclose that personal information to the National Centre for Vocational Education Research Ltd (NCVER).
Your personal information (including the personal information contained on your enrolment form), may be used or disclosed by Acquired Awareness Training Centre for statistical, administrative, regulatory and research purposes. Acquired Awareness Training Centre may disclose your personal information for these purposes to:
- Commonwealth and State or Territory government departments and authorised agencies; and
Personal information that has been disclosed to NCVER may be used or disclosed by NCVER for the following purposes:
- populating authenticated VET transcripts;
- facilitating statistics and research relating to education, including surveys and data linkage;
- pre-populating RTO student enrolment forms;
- understanding how the VET market operates, for policy, workforce planning and consumer information; and
- administering VET, including program administration, regulation, monitoring and evaluation.
You may receive a student survey which may be administered by a government department or NCVER employee, agent or third party contractor or other authorised agencies. Please note you may opt out of the survey at the time of being contacted.
NCVER will collect, hold, use and disclose your personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), the National VET Data Policy and all NCVER policies and protocols (including those published on NCVER’s website at www.ncver.edu.au).
We are required to capture your details for courses which you complete with us, including our traffic control and traffic management courses.
For more information on the details we capture for NCVER visit their website here.