Course Information

12D T1 COURSES FOR OPERATIVES

Who is it for?

Our half day Training course has been specifically designed for you if you need to become a moving works operative (MWO) as described in the sector schemes document.


What will you get from it?

• Be aware of sector schemes
• Be aware of health and safety
• Be aware of risk assessment and method statements
• Be aware of the relevant codes of practice and other associated documentation when involved in traffic management
• Identify the equipment required in temporary traffic management
• Understand the requirements for minor work and moving works

 12D T1 &T2 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT OPERATIVE

Who is it for?

Our one day Static works on single carriageways (including all forms of traffic control except multi-phase traffic signals) Training and assessment course is for you if you need to become a registered traffic management operative (RMTO) as described in the sector schemes document 12D.

Once you have completed the 12D T1/2 training and assessment course you can obtain the full operative status (TM Card) by completing a set of on and off site assessment as prescribed in the sector scheme document. The assessments must be completed within a two year period staring from the date of attending the training.

What will you get from it?

• Be aware of sector schemes
• Be aware of health and safety
• Be aware of risk assessment and method statements
• Be aware of the relevant codes of practice and other associated documentation when involved in traffic management
• Identify the equipment required in temporary traffic management
• Understand the requirements for minor works and moving works
• Understand the different methods of positive traffic control
• Understand how to deal with pedestrians
• Demonstrate an ability to implement, maintain and remove safely and correctly positive traffic control systems.

 12D T3 COURSES FOR OPERATIVES

Who is it for?

Our one day static works on dual carriageways restricted to 40mph or less training and assessment course has been specifically designed for you if you are a registered traffic management operative (RTMO) as described in sector scheme document 12D and wish to add this category to your 12D card.

You must have achieved 12D t1 t2 before undertaking this course, and before undertaking the assessment you must have successfully completed your M2 assessment.

Once you have completed the 12d M3 training course you will need to undertake a set of on and off site assessments as prescribed in the sector scheme document to obtain the category. The assessments must be completed within a two year period starting from the date of passing the training.

What will you get from it?

• Be aware of sector schemes
• Be aware of health and safety
• Be aware of risk assessment and method statements
• Be aware of the relevant codes of practice and other associated documentation when involved in traffic management
• Identify the equipment required in temporary traffic management
• Understanding the requirements for working on dual  carriageways restricted to 40mph or less

12D T4 COURSE FOR OPERATIVES

Who is it for?

Our one day convoy working training course has been specifically designed for you if you wish to become a registered traffic management convoy working operative as described in the sector scheme document 12D.

You must have achieved 12d T1 T2 and M/1 before undertaking this course, and before undertaking the M4 assessment you must have successfully completed your M2 assessment.

Once you have completed the 12D T4 training course you will need to undertake a set of on and off site assessments as prescribed in the sector scheme document to obtain the category. The assessment must be completed within two year period staring from the date of passing the course.

What will you get from this?

• Be aware of sector schemes
• Be aware of health and safety
• Be aware of risk assessment and method statements
• Be aware of the relevant codes of practice and other associated documentation when involved in traffic management
• Identify the equipment required in temporary traffic management
• Understanding the requirements for convoy working
• Understanding how convoy systems operate

 


12D T5 COURSE FOR OPERATIVES

Who is it for?

Our one day Multi-phase traffic signals training and assessment course has been specifically designed for you if you are a registered traffic management operative (RTMO) as described in the sector scheme document 12D and you wish to add this category to your 12D card.

You must have achieved 12D T1 T2 and M/1 before undertaking the M5 assessment you must have successfully completed your M2 assessment

Once you have completed the 12D T5 training course you will need to undertake a set of on and off site assessment as prescribed in the sector scheme document to obtain the category. The assessment must be completed within a two year period starting from the date of passing the training.


What will you get from this?

• Be aware of sector schemes
• Be aware of health and safety
• Be aware of risk assessment and method statements
• Be aware of the relevant codes of practice and other associated documentation when involved in traffic management
• Identify the equipment required in temporary traffic management
• Understand the requirements for multi-phase traffic signal

12D T6 COURSE FOR REGISTERED LTMO

Who is it for?

Our two day Registered Lead Traffic Management Operative Training and Assessment Course has been designed for you if you are Registered Traffic Management operative (RTMO) as described in the sector scheme document 12d and you wish to become a Registered Lead Traffic Management Operative (RTMO). You must have achieved 12D T1 T2 and M1 and M2 before undertaking this course.


What will you get from it?

• Understand the aims and principles of NHSS.
• Have an awareness of Traffic Management health & safety issues.
• Appreciate the different sources of info regarding Traffic Management and in particular understand the key issues and differences between chapter 8 and the code of practice (Red book)
• Understand the risk assessment process and how to apply it to Traffic Management.
• Have an understanding of the role of RLTMO and have demonstrated the ability to, assess the suitability of equipment, to monitor the changing conditions on site, and recommend appropriate remedial action as necessary.
• Be able to ascertain when management intervention is required.


12D T7 COURSE FOR MANAGERS & CLIENT OFFICERS

Who is it for?

Our two day Training course for managers and client officers is targeted at all levels of Management, Client Officers, Technicians and any one not actually installing TTM, but requiring a knowledge of basic practice of TTM on urban and rural roads.

What will you get from it?

• Have a working knowledge of NHSS have an awareness of traffic management health & safety issues
• Interpret the requirement of ‘The safety at street and road works, a code of practice (The Red Book) & further guidance from ‘The traffic signs manual, Chapter 8.
• Consider all option available to determine the level and extent of the TTM required.
• Demonstrate knowledge of the risk assessment process
• Have the ability to assess and determine temporary traffic layout required for a given work location, activity or operation.
• Understand the standard of equipment that is acceptable to use
• Realise the implication of changing condition on site
• Have the confidence to liaise with site staff for appropriate remedial action.
• Have the ability to confirm suitability of TTM plans prior to work starting on site.

 

12A/B IMPACT PROTECTION VEHICLE COURSE (IPV)

Who is it for?

Our one day NHSS in traffic management – IPV driver training course , has been specifically designed for you if you work on high speed roads, running mobile hard shoulder (or non-live lane)  operation using a IPV and for protecting and installing static temporary traffic management.

In order to undertake this course you must hold the appropriate HGV category on your driven licence. In order to drive on live lanes you must hold a valid 12A or12C operative card as a minimum, otherwise you will be restricted to mobile hard shoulder operation.

What will you get from it?

• Be aware of the sector scheme documents
• Be aware of the general H/S requirements at work a well as those, which are specific to the traffic management industry
• Understand the importance of risk assessments and method statement for traffic management activities
• Be aware of the reference documentation used for traffic management
• Know the requirements for an IPV as described in the relevant  reference documents
• Be able to conduct pre-works checks on am IPV
• Understand the procedures used for protecting the installation of static TTM Taper
• Understand the procedures used for protecting mobile hard shoulder operation
• Understand the extent of their duties after achieving this card 

  12AB FOR STATIC TEMPORARY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT ON HIGH SPEED ROADS AND DUALS


Who is it for?

Our one day operative sector scheme training and assessment course has been specifically designed for you if you work on high speed dual carriageways or motorway.

Once you have completed the 12A/B training course you can obtain full operative status (TM Card) by completing a set of on and off site assessment as detailed within the sector scheme document. The assessments must be completed within a two year period starting from the date of passing the training.

The certificate will be issued for the initial training and this is valid for 2 years therefore allowing you time to complete the relevant assessment.

What will you get from it?

• Understand the principles of Quality assurance
• Be aware of the training and assessment process to become a registered temporary traffic management operative
• Be aware of the relevant health & safety legislation and their responsibilities
• Be aware of safe practices
• Be aware of reference documentation used within the temporary traffic management industry
• Be able to understand safe working methods that are used to install, maintain and remove temporary traffic
• Understand the different types of work that are beyond the scope of this training and require full mobile lane closure techniques to be implemented
• Demonstrate they have sufficient underpinning knowledge required to be an IPV driver
• Prepare an IPV ready for working on a hard shoulder
• Arrive on site and set up operation correctly
• Operate to safe working procedures including hazard and junction negotiation
• Remove the operation correctly

12A FOREMAN COURSES

Who is it for?

Our two day NHSS in traffic management – foreman course, has been specifically designed for you if you work on motorways and dual carriageway as traffic management foreman.

If you would like to obtain the 12A/B foreman traffic management card then you should be registered with lantra awards as a 12A/B TTMO and hold a valid card. If you are not then you may still attend this course but will only be able to apply for a certificate, this will be valid for 2 years from the training date

If you are completing the course as part of your TSCO requirements you do not need to be registered 12A/B operative, and certificate will be issued, and this will be valid for 2 year.

What will you get from it?

• Be able to plan the traffic management layout required to allow access a given work area
• Be able to understand the distances required to install a range of TTM Layout
• Be able to assess the standard and quality of equipment that is acceptable to use
• Be able to calculate the quantity of equipment required for the given traffic management layout
• Have an understanding of the planning required for standard works
• Have an understanding of different types of temporary markings management equipment
• Be able to plan a chapter 8 closure from a given datum.

 12A/B TSCO (TRAFFIC SAFETY & CONTROL OFFICER)

Who is it for?

Our one day TSCO Sector Scheme training course has been specifically designed for you if you work on high speed dual carriageways or motorways as a TSCO.

In order that you can be registered by LANTRA AWARDS as a TSCO, you must
• Hold a valid lantra awards 12A foreman certificate (certificates valid for 2 years)
• Hold a valid TSCO certificate (certificates valid for 2 years)
• Prove that you hold a current 3 day First aid at work certificate in accordance with the H/S (first aid) regulations 1981
• Prove that you hold as a minimum a 1 day safety awareness training course award issued by IOSH, NeBOSH or CITB, or please contract lantra awards for full list of acceptable alternatives.


What will I get from this?

• A minimum satisfactory level of knowledge of the TSCO role
• A comprehensive awareness of the TSCO’S responsibilities
• A detailed level of knowledge of TTM standards
• Have an understanding of how different standard works are constructed
• Have an understanding of how works with relaxations can be used in conjunction with standard works

 For further information, please contact on enquiries@rscg.co.uk or call 0191 4990024