12A Foreman Training

At a Glance

Assessment Type:
Training Only
Delivery Method:
Classroom
Duration:
1 day
Recognised by:
Highways England, Transport Scotland, Welsh Assembly and Transport NI on their motorways and high speed dual carriageways road networks
Course Prerequisites:

As from the 1st April 2020 new Learners must have taken and passed the 12B LTMO course and the skill must be valid.

A valid LTMO certificate (proof of training) is required for those who wish to gain a Foreman certificate only.  The certificates are valid for two years.

 Please ensure that the course is appropriate to your role 

NHSS 12AB Foreman TMF

The finer details

The one day course will cover 

  • The TMF role
  • Sector scheme document
  •  Differences between standard works and works with relaxations
  • CH8 references tables and key to symbols
  • Temporary road markings
  • Temporary speed limits
  •  Hard shoulder running
  •  Narrow lanes
  •  Contraflow operations
  •  Design and planning for TTM closures
  •  End of Course Test 
Who should attend?
All persons who will be required by their employer to work on motorways and or high-speed dual carriageways as a traffic management foreman, where standard works with temporary road markings may or may not be required and all works with relaxations.
What will be covered?

On completion of this course you will:

• Understand the typical roles responsibilities of the TMF

• Be aware of the CH8 requirements for standard works

• Be aware of temporary road markings and speed limits

• Be aware of contraflow operations and narrow lane schemes and be able to plan for standard works

• Have scored a pass mark of 75% or above on the end of course test

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