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RudTek is an approved Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads supplier of Traffic Training.

 

Traffic Control (F)

A traffic controller utilities a stop-slow bat to direct vehicular and pedestrian traffic around a construction zone, accident or other road based events. The purpose of this position it to ensure the safety of construction workers, the general public and at times emergency response teams…. | Keep reading

 

Traffic Control (R)

To renew your traffic controller accreditation in Queensland, you are required to successfully complete the Transport & Main Roads approved training program and demonstrate current competence as a traffic controller. This course is also open to interstate traffic controllers who hold a current accreditation and wish to apply for accreditation in Queensland… | Keep reading

 

Traffic Management Implementation (F)

Implement traffic management plan provides the skills and knowledge required to implement a traffic guidance scheme for roadworks ensuring traffic flow is maintained and the safety of the public and workers is maximised… | Keep reading

 

Traffic Management Implementation (R)

Accredited Implement traffic management plan holders must undergo training every three (3) years to remain current with the relevant parts of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and any relevant changes to road rules. This renewal course must be undertaken prior to the expiry date on the Implement traffic management plan card… | Keep reading

 

 

Work in Proximity to Traffic Awareness Part 1

This program is ideal for new entrants to the construction and traffic management industry or anyone who wants to develop their their safety awareness when working on or near roadways…. Keep reading

 

Work in Proximity to Traffic Awareness Part 2 Works Protection Methods

Designed for workers who carry out short term, low impact work and need to select and apply appropriate works protection methods in accordance with MUTCD Part 3… | Keep reading