NHSS 12 TSCO Course - Traffic Safety & Control Officer

Who should attend?

Experienced traffic management professionals with experience of working on high speed motorways and dual carriageways, or managing/planning the same, that are, or will be, required to carry out the roll of a TSCO.

£197 per delegate
Course duration: 1 Day
max group size: 8 Delegates
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18/07/2020 9am Adjuvo Group in Birmingham 1 SPACES AVAILABLE
12/09/2020 8.00 am B92 0dy 8 SPACES AVAILABLE

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To provide candidates with the necessary knowledge to become a Traffic Safety & Control Officer.

At the end of the course, learners will be able to:

  • Assess whether the contractors have the necessary resources to complete the task
  • Assess whether the Traffic Management has been installed to the contract requirements
  • Assess whether the TM will be sufficient for the proposed works
  • Understand the role of a TSCO and its limitations
  • Organise an emergency lane closure
  • Complete a roadspace application for a basic closure


Candidates will each receive a certificate of attendance upon completion.     

Successful learners shall be awarded a LANTRA Awards ‘Black’ TSCO Card upon completion of the end of course written test providing they can produce evidence of the following additional training being complete and valid.

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