Online TMO NP

How it works:

The TMO warrant enables the holder, once briefed by the STMS in charge, to: 

On category A roads: 

  • Undertake a roadside activity where the vehicle is legally parked and accessed from the non-traffic side

On category A and B roads: 

  • Set up, maintain, and remove TTM for roadside or shoulder activities where all TTM equipment (including TTM vehicles) is outside the edgeline (or edge of seal if there is no edgeline) 
  • Maintain TTM at an existing static worksite when the in charge STMS is away from the worksite. The STMS must return to the worksite to carry out any required changes 
  • Complete inspection activities 
    Note: the TMO warrant enables the holder to be in charge of and undertake inspection activities. They will not have to report to an STMS for the inspection activity. 

Who should attend: 

Any worker who will be required to: 

  • Mind a worksite in the absence of the STMS 
  • Set up a worksite where TTM is clear of the live lane 
  • Undertake a roadside activity (on 60km/h or less road) where the vehicle is legally parked and accessed from the non-traffic side 
  • Complete an inspection activity. 

 And/or any person who is intending to be: 

  • An onsite STMS on category A, B or C road environments 
  • A Traffic Operations Manager 
  • A TTM Mentor, TTM Assessor or TTM Trainer 
  • A TTM Planner, TMP Approver, TTM Auditor, Traffic Management Coordinator or Corridor Manager. 

Workshop Prerequisites: 

  • The TTM Worker unit standard is a prerequisite to this warrant. If you are only booking in the practicing component, you must hold the 31959 - TMO -NP unit standard.  

Please refer to the Waka Kotahi website for more information.


The learning consists of a one-day knowledge workshop delivered by a TTM Trainer. This is followed by on-job coaching from a TTM Mentor for those wishing to gain the practising warrant. 


  • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (generally) 
  • 8 hours (including breaks) 
  • Weekdays - However, we can organise weekend workshops if you have a group. 

What to Bring:

Everything you require for the workshop participation is provided by Parallaxx.

However, for Auckland-based workshop attendees, if you have your own laptop, you are welcome to bring this for use in the workshop. This option is currently only available for Auckland workshop attendees.

We encourage you to bring your own laptop for the following reasons:

  • You will find navigating the workshop content more easily on a device that you are familiar with,
  • You can bookmark useful pages and content for future reference,
  • You can download items to your device

Please note: We do provide tablets for anyone that does not have their own device.
Everything you require for the workshop participation is included and you are welcome to use one of our tablets.

Pricing and Payment: 

Face to Face Cost: $459.00 + GST ($527.85 including) per person

Online Cost: $409.00 + GST ($470.35 including) per person

If you are a recruitment agency or will have on-going registrations, please give us a call or email to discuss options.
We have three payment options:

  • Credit card
  • Bank transfer
  • Invoice

All workshops must be paid for prior to attending unless you have an arrangement with us.
Please note Parallaxx Terms and Conditions regarding cancellations and non-attendance at workshops.


Scheduled Courses: The following fees will apply when attendees choose to cancel their booked places on a course:

  • Cancellation received 1 working day before the course - 50% of the course cost
  • Cancellation not received before the course – no refund – total course cost applies. An attendee who cancels on the day of the course is not entitled to a refund. An attendee who cancels off a re-booked course will not be entitled to a refund.

What is included at the workshop? 

  • Lunch, Tea and Coffee
  • Temporary warrant card for use as evidence of qualification 
  • PDF certificate emailed following workshop completion 
  • Samsung tablet to use with workshop material (you may bring your own laptop or device to load CoPTTM onto)

Workshop content: 

  • The TMO role (what you can and cannot do) 
  • Risk assessment and managing risks 
  • Knowledge of CoPTTM requirements and how to read a TMP 
  • Completing inspection activities 
  • Minding a worksite when STMS is absent 
  • Completing worksite checks and paperwork 
  • Briefing visitors 
  • Managing manual traffic controller (MTC) activities 
  • Dealing with common worksite situations 
  • Dealing with the public and working with staff. 


  • The assessment for the non-practising warrant occurs progressively during the workshop. 
  • The assessment for the practising warrant will be assessed by a TTM Assessor on the practical components of the role.


  • Qualified trainers who are industry experts will facilitate the workshop 
  • The workshop is delivered through a PowerPoint presentation 
  • Interactive with plenty of opportunity for discussion and questions 
  • Large open plan room with air-conditioning

Workshop Qualification: 

Evidence of qualification is extremely important, especially for those who need to provide proof of qualification for jobs or contract work.

Following successful completion of the workshop, you will receive: 

  • Parallaxx certificate for completion of workshop - no waiting around for days for your certificate to be sent out, our system will automatically create and send it to you. 
  • Dedicated administrators for your registration to send out your registration to Waka Kotahi within 48 hours.