Traffic Management for Community Events Lantra ITA
The police will no longer take responsibility for traffic management at pre-planned events unless they are of national significance or are a potential risk to public safety. This training course has been developed to provide event organisers with the knowledge required to create a Traffic Management Plan and an understanding of issues affecting traffic, pedestrian and event staff safety.
Who is this for?
This training is aimed at event organisers or individuals that have responsibility for Traffic Management of organised events working in conjunction with local Highway Authority, the Police and other authorities and persons as appropriate. The course would also benefit Highway Authority staff involved in the organisation or approval of community events.
This course is intended for Event Stewards, whose duties may include, guiding vehicles, maintaining emergency routes, erecting signs and notices, dealing with pedestrian control etc.
The course is not intended for Traffic Marshalls who are appointed by and accredited by the Police to deal with more complex traffic management issues at major events.
- Be aware of current legislation and its requirements
- Understand the application process and costs involved.
- Be able to devise a Traffic Management Plan.
- Be able to identify typical hazards and appropriate control measures related to the activity.
- Have an understanding of basic traffic management requirements affecting highway users and event staff
- Demonstrate by examination sufficient knowledge to be accredited as a steward for this activity.
- Title: Traffic Management for Community Events
- Cost: £120 plus VAT per person to include Training, Registration, Assessment, Certificate & ID Card.
Prices may vary depending on location and/or numbers.
- Duration: 1 day
This is a Lantra ITA course
This means the training and assessment is carried out during the course by your instructor. You will receive both a certificate of training and an ID card (if you provide a photo!) This method saves time and is usually cheaper although the level of training is identical to Independent Assessment.