Level 2/3 Practising Site Traffic Management Supervisor (STMS)

A Level 2/3 Practising STMS is qualified to install Temporary Traffic Management on Level 2 and 3 roads unsupervised. A practical assessment is required for this qualification.

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    Description

    Who Should Attend Level 2/3 Practicing STMS Course:

      • This is the highest qualification for this level of traffic management.
      • People undertaking this assessment must hold a current level 2/3 STMS-NP certificate:
      • Candidates must be able to provide evidence of the successful establishment and removal of level 2 and 3 worksites, under the guidance of a fully qualified STMS.

    Course Prerequisites:

    Equipment Hire:

      • Assessment Equipment: CoPTTM compliant TMA trucks, signs, stands, bases and cones
      • Assessment Staff:  We provide a highly experienced 2/3 practising STMS staff, drivers and traffic controllers available for assessments

    Cost:

      • $ 125.00 per hour
      • If your organisation is organised and efficient, you will be charged much less for an assessment

    Inclusion:

      • FREE lunch on that day
      • Tea or Coffee
      • Temporary warrant card for use as evidence of qualification
      • Samsung tablet as a course material (you may bring your own laptop)

    Verification Closures and Paperwork:

    Often the hardest part of an assessment is the preparation and where to start.
      • Our assessor will meet with you prior to the assessment date to ensure the candidate understands the process fully.
    TMP Assessment: 
    We have a variety to choose from:
    • High Brook Drive, East Tamaki
    • SH18
    • Hamilton
    • Te Irirangi Drive
    • Or you can provide your own
    Observe an Assessment:

      • You are more than welcome to attend and observe and assess. We recommend watching the toolbox being delivered and the closure implementation. A great way to get a visual understanding of what to expect on the day.