This is a 1-day workshop which includes a briefing, practice in a protected area and assessment on a live roading network.
This is the new starting point for people joining the Temporary Traffic Management (TTM) industry. The workshop includes a briefing on staying safe while working with TTM equipment, a practice of key tasks in a protected area and an assessment of those key tasks on a live road network.
This is NOT a Waka Kotahi TTM warranted role.
There is a unit standard for this role which is completed during this workshop: US 31958 Explain the role of and operate as a TTM worker on the worksite under temporary traffic management.
There are no prerequisites for this workshop.
Who it is for:
A worker who works under supervision of an STMS to assist with installation, maintenance and removal of TTM.
Also includes anyone controlling traffic in alternating flow situations using approved controls (eg stop/go or stop/slow paddles, portable booms or manually controlled portable traffic signals).
What’s included in the fee for the workshop
The following is included in the workshop fee:
- Assessment and awarding of the TTM Worker Unit standard
- Morning tea, Lunch and Afternoon tea
- Workshop resources
- Use of TTM equipment for stop/go operation used during the assessment.
The next step after receiving your TTM Worker unit standard
As part of the career path for the TTM Industry the next step for a TTM Worker is the Traffic Management Operative (TMO) non-practising workshop.
Please allow time for the TTM Worker Unit Standard to be awarded when booking your TMO-NP workshop.
Select and book your TMO-NP workshop here.
There is no refresher required for the TTM Worker role.
Participants need to bring appropriate PPE (Personal protection equipment).
You will specifically require a hi-vis vest, safety boots, safety glasses and gloves. Or let us know if you don’t have them available
TTM Worker scheduled workshops
No courses scheduled at the moment.