Qualification Overview

Qualification Title Temporary Traffic Management Design (Micro-Credential)
Qualification Type Micro-credential
Level 4
Credits 20
Subject Area
  • Engineering and Related Technologies » Civil Engineering » Civil Engineering not elsewhere classified
Strategic Purpose Statement
The purpose of this micro-credential is to provide a formal credential for people working in the temporary traffic management (TTM) industry who develop traffic management plans (TMPs).

This micro-credential addresses an identified skill gap in TTM design for people who need to understand the importance of, and principles behind, robust risk assessment and management. It includes skills required to address the safety of relevant personnel who engage with TMPs, including road and roadside workers on a road or roadside TTM activity.
Graduate profile
On successful completion of this micro-credential, learners/ākonga will be able to develop a traffic management plan for an activity requiring temporary traffic management.

Learners/ākonga will be skilled in:
- developing a traffic management plan for an activity and consulting with relevant stakeholders.
Education pathways
N/A
Entry Requirements
Pre-enrolment
- Providers should ensure applicants have skills and knowledge of the risk-based approach to TTM, or equivalent skills and knowledge, before entering this micro-credential.
- Providers must ensure that applicants are informed of the nature and responsibilities of the work of a TMP design role.
- Learners/ākonga should have access to a workplace for training and assessment. The provider may be able to assist with work placement for those not already employed.
- Learners/ākonga should have access to a workplace that can provide learning support and expertise in TMP design.

Accessibility
- Providers will ensure meaningful engagement with a variety of learners/ākonga and support organisations for any disability for learners/ākonga who can still meet the demands of a TMP Designer role.

Language proficiency
- Learners/ākonga require sufficient literacy for reading workplace documents and completing assessments.
- Learners/ākonga require communication skills, numeracy skills and physical abilities to meet the requirements of the relevant unit standards (current version of CMR 0101).
- Providers will support ākonga/learners during delivery to ensure they have the level of language proficiency or literacy required.
Education Organisation No organisations currently offer this qualification.
Developed By Waihanga Ara Rau Construction and Infrastructure Workforce Development Council
Quality Assured By New Zealand Qualifications Authority
Number 4922
Status Current
Created November 2023
Next Review October 2026
Content
On successful completion learners/ākonga will be able to:
- compile a solution for an activity requiring TTM.
- prepare TMP information for an activity.
- consult with relevant stakeholders who carry out the requirements of the TMP.

Learners/ākonga will also achieve the following unit standard:
33254 Develop a traffic management plan for an activity and consult with relevant stakeholders, Level 4 20 credits.

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