RII30919 - Certificate III in Civil Construction Traffic Management

South Australia

Units of Competency

Core Units

Successful completion of twenty three (23) units of competency made up of: Seven (7) CORE units – these are mandatory and cannot be changed
Unit CodeUnit Name
RIIBEF201DPlan and organise work
RIICCM201DCarry out measurements and calculations
RIICCM203DRead and interpret plans and job specifications
RIICOM201DCommunicate in the workplace
RIIWHS201DWork safely and follow WHS policies and procedures
RIISAM203DUse hand and power tools
RIISAM204DOperate small plant and equipment


Ten (8) Group V units – these are mandatory and cannot be changed
Unit CodeUnit Name
FBPOPR1010Carry out manual handling tasks
RIIVEH201DOperate light vehicle
RIIRIS201DConduct local risk control
RIIWHS205EControl traffic with a stop/slow bat
RIIRTM203DWork as a safety observer/spotter
RIIWHS302EImplement traffic management plans
RIISTD201DRead and interpret maps
TLIE3004Prepare workplace documents
Select at least two (2) group W units
Unit CodeUnit Name
RIICRM201EEscort mobile works
RIIRTM201DPosition and set up a variable message sign
RIICWD503EPrepare traffic management plans and traffic guidance schemes
RIIRTM202DPosition and set up portable traffic signals
RIIRTM301DOperate a truck or trailer mounted attenuator
Select at least three (3) group X units
Unit CodeUnit Name
BSBDIV301Work effectively with diversity
RIICCM206DSupport plant operations
**HLTAID003Provide first aid
RIICRC202DInstall signs
RIIRIS301EApply risk management processes
RIIQUA201DMaintain and monitor site quality standards
You can choose up to three (3) imported units – some suggestions
Unit CodeUnit Name
RIIIMG301DMaintain site records
RIIWHS204DWork safely at heights
TLILIC0003Licence to operate a forklift truck
RIICCM202EIdentify, locate and protect underground services
RIICCM211DErect and dismantle temporary fencing and gates
ACHMOM213Operate and maintain chainsaws

Learners must be able to have regular and consistent on-the-job access to the tasks of the units selected.

Other electives may be offered, in accordance with the packaging rules. Please discuss with a Civil Train representative if you would like to discuss electives not identified on this course information brochure.

**This unit is available as Credit Transfer only

Course Overview

This qualification reflects the role of a skilled operator working in civil construction, who applies a broad range of skills in a varied work context, using some discretion and judgement and relevant theoretical knowledge

Course Duration

This program is offered as a 24 month (WA) or 36 month (SA) Contract of Training. Formal training may be completed in a shorter amount of time.

Entry Requirements

  • Civil Train will conduct a Foundation Skills entry assessment at a level required to successfully complete the qualification and work in the industry at the level required for this qualification. Potential clients who are identified as not meeting course entry requirements will be assisted with referral to appropriate support services.
  • In general, participants will need to be physically fit due to the nature of the work.
  • Civil Train will conduct a suitability interview prior to enrolment
  • Entrants will be required to be employed in the civil construction industry
  • Entrants will be required to have a White Card prior to starting training on the qualification

Delivery & Assessment

There are theory and practical training and assessment components to the course.

Skills will be trained and assessed through a mixture of off-the-job and on-the-job training and assessment.

You may be able to seek recognition for your previous studies or experience. Civil Train offers Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), Recognition of Current Competency (RCC) and Credit Transfer (CT) for this qualification.

Credit Transfer

Credit transfer involves assessing a previously completed course or subject to see if it provides equivalent learning or competency outcomes to those required within the current course of study.


Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Recognition of Current Competency (RCC) provides students with an opportunity to have their current skills and competencies recognised.
These skills and competencies may relate to units that they are about to commence and as a result may exempt them from studying these units.

Fees Breakdown

Please refer to our Fees Schedule for current fees and subsidies.

Please refer to our Fees and Refunds Policy for terms and conditions.



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