12D T3 Dual Carriageways 40mph or less

Who should attend?

All Registered Traffic Management Operatives (RTMO) who will be working on urban dual carriageways up to 40mph.

The learner must have passed the 12D T1/2 training before undertaking this course. 

£140 per delegate
Course duration: 1/2 Day
max group size: 12 Delegates
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23/07/2019 8:00am 2 SPACES AVAILABLE
21/08/2019 8:00am 12 SPACES AVAILABLE
18/09/2019 8.00 am 12 SPACES AVAILABLE
22/10/2019 8:00am 12 SPACES AVAILABLE
21/11/2019 8.00 am 12 SPACES AVAILABLE

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To provide delegates with the necessary knowledge to allow them to works as part of a traffic management team on dual carriageways up to 40mph.

*** Your NEW Smart Card cost is included in the course price ***

 

On completion of the session delegates will be able to:-

  • be aware of sector schemes
  • be aware of health and safety work
  • be aware of risk assessments 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 working on dual carriageways restricted to 40mph or less

Certification is provided to successful learners by LANTRA Awards.

Following completion of the 12D T3 training course the learner will need to undertake a set of on site assessments as prescribed in their logbook.  The assessments must be completed within a two year period starting from the date of passing the training.

Your 12D Skills Card will be updated with the M3 qualification upon completion of your assessments.

People who hold a valid current 12A/B operative or Foreman skills card are automatically awarded M3 once they become a RTMO for 12D providing they request the upgrade on their application.

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