This course is designed for you if:

If your card has recently expired (in the last 3 months) but you have plenty of experience then please contact us before applying.

Step 1 - Apply for Recertification

If you believe you meet the requirements above, you will be required to undertake a Training Needs Analysis on application

Step 2 - - Receive your confirmation email.

If you are commencing the process online – You will receive a link to an online portal where you commence the process.

If you will be attending a workshop – you will get confirmation of date and time

Step 3 - Complete theory assessments and submit workplace evidence. If you attend the training centre for recertification then you will complete your theory assessment and receive your evidence pack

Evidence may be from your recent past (12 months) or this may be collected once you have accessed the templates and assessments in the portal or during the workshop. You have 60 days to upload your evidence and complete the assessment (can be done immediately depending on your current situation, skills and knowledge)

Step 4 – Final Assessment

For the Traffic Controller component: You will have to attend a real worksite arranged by us on an agreed date. Assessment takes between 3 – 6 hours and are available from Monday – Friday. Waiting times apply for assessment.

For the Implement Traffic Control Plans component: You will have to source your own workplace where you can apply your skills and knowledge. You will then have to gather evidence from your workplace*. Once you have gathered the required evidence you will have to undertake Final Assessment at a worksite arranged by us. Assessment takes between 3 – 6 hours and are available from Monday – Friday. Waiting times apply for assessment.



SOA's are required to get your Roads and Maritime photo card

Need further information - simply contact us on (02) 4954 4101. Please also refer to full course information on our website & the Terms and Conditions on the website.

Just Careers Training, Trading as Licences 4 Work has a fair and transparent complaints and appeals process. You can find this in your student handbook, on our website, in course information or by contacting our office.