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Training. NEWS! As you may be aware there are some exciting and big changes coming in the way we train staff, new learning blocks and courses and a strong focus on the Competencies for those who are hands on setting up traffic management sites NZTA have made this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7h_GHJEb5r8&feature=youtu.be 

Or if you enjoy reading, please take a look at the, this best way to get full understanding of the changes  TRAINING AND COMPETENCY MODEL
  • Quick Overview of Changes and of new courses refer to this PAGE
  • Renewing your qualification for existing STMS roles refer to the RoadMap 
    RENEWING STMS WARRANT
  • TTM Warrant & detailed process for each role (gaining competencies for each role, IE practising roles refer to   
    Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency
  • NZTA Roll Out dates for each new role can be found HERE
  • Trainee Guidance & Prerequisites for new and existing course attendees CLICK Here
  • TTMP Role (TMP Planners) to understand the new process please
    CLICK Here

Please note that once you have completed a course/s, we send your registration forms away to Waka Kotahi (NZTA), who then process your ID Cards. The minimum processing time is approx. 3 - 4 weeks and during peak periods this can take up to 2 months so please be patient. For documentation and TMP's you are current from the date NZTA have received your registration form (this can take up to 1 - 2 working days after you have completed the course), on your paper work make note of the date you attend the course and trainer name (your ID number always remains the same from TC - STMS and Refresher courses).

NZTA qualifications last for 3 years before you need to attend a refresher course.
Use this link to look up your ID Number https://copttm.nzta.govt.nz/publicsearch.jsp

Useful Information for managers and business owners prior to selecting staff or before engaging traffic management services.
Click here to view a basic overview & intro into the TTM Industry (PowerPoint) that helps bring some light on why we have the NZTA code of practice in an interesting and entertaining way.
It also helps understand why we have trained qualified staff on road work sites. This may also help you select the type person your intending to put through the courses. (please note this is only a glimpse of the code and for full details you must refer to the NZTA website & CoPTTM. 


 

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