Traffic Control Course

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Evolve Training
City: Auckland, Auckland
Phone number: 0800007070
Active since: 29-06-2020
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Traffic Control Course
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Traffic Control Course


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Evolve Training Academy offer a career pathway to all our customers so that they become fully qualified traffic control and traffic management certified. We offer a industry leading service so that you and your team stay at the forefront of industry standards.

Professional adult educators teaching technical industry-specific courses
Construct Safe Tiers 1-5.
All NZTA Workshops.
Level 2/3 Practicing Assessments.
Competency-based training and sign-offs for all levels.
Driver Training.
On-site training, we come to you!
Mentoring and training for your mentors.

Whether you’re upgrading your private driveway, have an event that requires a road closure, or are building a new motorway we have the tools and knowledge to develop a traffic management plan.

Driving a TTM vehicle is a specialised skill. Need some guidance? We provide competency training for Class 1 and Class 2 TTM Vehciles across all road environments.

TTMP Planner or Designer? L1 STMS looking to further your career? This is the next step in the CoPTTM theory load up. Learn about level 2 and 3 road environments.

What is a Traffic Management Plan?

A TMP is a site-specific plan that covers the design, implementation, maintenance, and removal of TTM measures while work or activity is carried out in the road corridor (road, footpath, or berm).

What is in a TMP Design?
The plan details how road users (including cyclists and pedestrians) – will be directed around a worksite, accident, or other temporary road disruption, to minimise inconvenience while providing safe conditions for both the road user and those carrying out the activity.

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