National Highways Sector Scheme 12D Module 2 Static Works on Single Carriageways

Duration: 1 Day (Included SSD12d M1 Core units). Followed by a minimum of 3 practical assessments.
Group Size: Maximum 12 delegates

Note: Static works including the use of positive traffic control

Who should attend:

Persons needing to become a Registered Traffic Management Operative (RTMO) and are required to carry out positive traffic control.

The aim of this course: is to provide delegates with the necessary underpinning technical knowledge and skills to install, maintain, alter and dismantle temporary traffic management traffic control systems on single carriageway roads.

Course Objectives:

On completion of the session delegates will:

  • Be aware of sector schemes
  • Be aware of health & safety at work
  • Be aware of risk assessments & method statements
  • Be aware of relevant codes of practice and other associated documentation when involved in traffic management
  • Identify the equipment required in temporary traffic management
  • Understand the requirements for minor works and moving works
  • Understand the different methods of positive traffic control
  • Understand how to deal with pedestrians
  • Demonstrate an ability to implement, maintain and remove safely and correctly positive traffic control systems

To fully complete the award, each candidate is required to successfully complete:

  • 1 x in-centre simulated assessment
  • 2 x On-site live condition assessments – (Temporary Traffic Lights – Stop/Go)


  • A Traffic Management Registration Card will be issued to all MLC personnel endorsed “Operative” when candidates have successfully undertaking the onsite assessments with a suitably qualified assessor in accordance with the awarding body’s scheme rules