12C General Operative Training / Assessment

At a Glance

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

From 1st April 2016 learners must have completed the Temporary Traffic Management Basic Course (TTMBC) if new to the industry or do not hold other current NHSS12ABC TTM skills registration cards/certificates (i.e. 12AB General Operative). 

Once completed they will not be required to gain a minimum of 3 months ‘on the job experienced prior to attending the NHSS12C Operative course.

NHSS 12C General Operative

The finer details

This course will cover:

  • Quality assurance and sector schemes
  • Training and assessment requirements
  • Health and safety legislation
  • Reference documentation
  • Vehicle and equipment specification and maintenance
  • Communications roles and responsibilities.
  • MLC principles and practical techniques.
Who should attend?
All persons who will be required by their employer to work on motorways and or high-speed dual carriageways as a mobile lane closure operative (advance sign vehicle driver).
What will be covered?

On completion of this course you will:

  • Be aware of sector schemes and general health and safety at work
  • Be aware of reference documentation relevant to Mobile Lane Closure Techniques
  • Be able to conduct pre-works checks on MLC advance warning vehicles and trailers
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of MLC operatives
  • Understand the principles and practical techniques when using the Mobile Lane Closure Technique.
Other areas of interest?
To become a qualified NHSS12C Operative (MLC) you will need to complete the 12C assessments within 2 years of completing the course.

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