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WA Kimberley Campus Closed - Main Roads Western Australia  Traffic Management Courses  on hold until further notice.
Posted May 20, 2020 WA Kimberley Campus Closed - Main Roads Western Australia Traffic Management Courses on hold until further notice.

We are still providing training in the NT however due NT and WA border restrictions due to COVID-19 our WA Kimberley Campus is temporarily closed until further notice and all Main Roads Western Australia Temporary Traffic Management Courses are on hold.

June & July 2020 Up Coming Traffic Management Courses - Darwin
Posted May 20, 2020 June & July 2020 Up Coming Traffic Management Courses - Darwin

WZ 1 RIICWD503D Workzone Traffic Management Plan Designer Refresher Course - 9-10 June 2020 in Darwin. WZ 2 RIIWHS205D Traffic Controller & WZ 3 RIIWHS302D Traffic Management Supervisor - Refresher / Conversion / Bridging Course 18 June in Darwin WZ 2 RIIWHS205D Traffic Controller & WZ 3 RIIWHS302D Traffic Management Supervisor - Full Course. 22-23 June 2020 in Darwin WZ 1 RIICWD503D Workzone Traffic Management Plan Designer Full Course - 13- 17 July in Darwin WZ 2 RIIWHS205D Traffic Controller & WZ 3 RIIWHS302D Traffic Management Supervisor - Full Course. 21-22 July 2020 in Darwin. WZ 2 RIIWHS205D Traffic Controller & WZ 3 RIIWHS302D Traffic Management Supervisor - Refresher / Conversion / Bridging Course 23 July 2020 in Darwin. Note: Strict physical and social distancing and hygiene control measures are in effect at our training and assessment courses. Course numbers are limited - avoid disappointment and register sooner than later people!

Training & Assessment - Navigating Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Posted May 20, 2020 Training & Assessment - Navigating Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Big shout out to all our customers old and new for your continued support of our training and assessment services. It's been our privilege - so thank you!! We are very proud of and just love what we do providing specialist traffic management training and assessment critical to the continuity of industry and infrastructure to the Northern Territory. We have shared responsibilities to minimise the risk and spread of COVID-19 for the health and well-being of ETAS employees, students, our families, friends, community and the global village. As a business / PCBU we must manage the logistics navigating the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure we have business continuity to safely deliver traffic management training and assessment without compromising the quality and integrity of our services. We remain vigilant monitoring the COVID-19 situation and adhere to advice provided by the relevant Australian and State Government authorities for the delivery of training and assessment. To comply with COVID-19 physical and social distancing and hygiene control measures the number of people attending our training and assessment courses has been reduced subsequently positions are limited. Control measures implemented are logistically and reasonably practical to minimise the spread of and risk of exposure of COVID-19 to employees, students and visitors while on site. NT and WA border restrictions due to COVID-19 means our WA Kimberley Campus is closed so delivery of Main Roads Western Australia Temporary Traffic Management Courses are on hold until further notice.

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