LANTRA 12D


Lantra is the leading provider of training and qualifications for land-based industries across the UK and Ireland. They are recognised by Highways England, Transport Northern Ireland, Transport Infrastructure Ireland, the Welsh Assembly and Transport Scotland. Lantra also work closely with the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) to provide their smartcard schemes, allowing candidates to have readily available access to their cards from any device that can access the internet.

Their training courses support the nationally recognised National Highway Sector Schemes (NHSS). These are quality management systems used by National Highways, who are responsible for 4% of the maintenance of the UK’s roads. The remaining percentage are the responsibility of local authorities, many of which do also accept and adopt the schemes. The schemes are produced as complimentary standards to ISO 9001 (2015) for those working on UK roads, providing a more thorough set of requirements and interpretations for the maintenance, construction and inspection of UK roads.

The course has a strong emphasis on health and safety, work competence and high standards of practice. LANTRA courses are largely supplemental and specific to the work that is required. Completion of TTMBC, T1 and T2 classrooms and assessments, focussed on Basic Principles, Moving Works and Static Works on Single Carriageways, is required to hold most further units. Further units do look at other principles, such as Static Works on Dual Carriageways, Working in a Convoy, Multiphase Traffic Lights, RLTMO Training and Manager/Client Officer Training.

Course Information


  • Introduction

    Welcome to the LANTRA accredited National Highways Sector Scheme (NHSS) 12D course! This in-depth training program is designed to provide you with a deep and focussed understanding of the NHSS and the crucial skills and legislation required for carrying out works on rural or urban roads as a Traffic Management Operative (TMO).

    Throughout this course, you will learn how to safely and effectively prepare, implement and remove Temporary Traffic Management measures - including moving works, minor short duration works, and static works on single carriageways - with options to progress to advanced learning – including works on dual carriageways, convoy working, multiphase traffic lights and becoming a registered lead traffic management operative (RLTMO). An additional module is also available as a separate route for managers and client officers, who do not handle works directly.

    The course employs a mix of theoretical knowledge and practical implementation under assessment conditions to ensure that you are outfitted with the complete skillset to undertake Temporary Traffic Management in accordance with the NHSS documents. This LANTRA course will prepare you to minimize public disruption, ensure safety for yourself and the public and complete works on UK roads within the code of operations outlined within the Sector Scheme document 12D.

    With the Lantra-accredited NHSS 12D Course, you are making an investment in your proficiency within the critical, yet broad, field of highway operations. We look forward to guiding you through this comprehensive learning experience.

  • Course Features

    Our LANTRA 12D training course is carefully structured to cover all aspects of the Sector Scheme document 12D, providing a blend of theoretical knowledge and practical skills. The curriculum is tailored to meet the needs of those involved in implementing traffic management schemes in urban and rural road settings. You can expect these key features from our course:

    Expert Instructors: Our course is headed by our experienced professional trainers who have decades of experience in the Temporary Traffic Management sector. Their professional on-the-job experience will allow you to rest assured that you are receiving top quality training, drawing from their extensive knowledge.

    Comprehensive Curriculum: Our course covers all aspects of the 12D Sector Scheme, 

    with options to advance your training to suit your needs 

     

    • Practical Experience: Gain valuable hands-on experience with real-world traffic management equipment and scenarios.
    • ensuring you are thoroughly prepared for real-world scenarios.

     

Course Units


This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to perform basic tasks as an operative performing temporary traffic managment works. This course serves as an introduction to traffic management and is a prerequisite module for most further National Highways Sector Schemes/LANTRA qualifications. The candidate will be able to recall and understand basic principles of temporary traffic management (TTM) and the terminology used. The candidate will also be able to safely deploy and maintain equipment on-site, including TTM equipment and personal protective equipment.

The unit teaching will typically take place over the course of half a day

This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to successfully perform tasks and comply with legislation involved in being a Moving Works Operative. This course is a prerequisite for a candidate to become a Registered Traffic Management Operative (RTMO). The candidate will be able to be able to produce risk assessments and method statements in line with relevant codes of practice for mobile- and short-duration works. The candidate must also be able to identify and understand the requirements of mobile works and short duration works, and the needs of non-motorised road users.

The unit teaching will typically take place over the course of half a day

This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to successfully perform tasks and comply with legislation involved in being a Registered Traffic Management Operative (RTMO). This course is a prerequisite for a candidate to become a RTMO. The candidate will be able to recognise and reproduce basic site layouts. The candidate must also be able to understand the operation of Stop and Go signalling, as well as the commissioning and operation of portable traffic signals.

The unit teaching will typically take place over the course of half a day

Successful completion of this certificate will award the candidate with a T2 award at the 'Trainee' level. Further assessments are required to attain an M2 award at the 'Skilled Worker'/RTMO level.

This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to successfully perform tasks and comply with legislation involved in being a Registered Traffic Management Operative (RTMO). This course is a prerequisite for a candidate to become a RTMO. The candidate will be able to recognise and reproduce basic site layouts. The candidate must also be able to understand the operation of Stop and Go signalling, as well as the commissioning and operation of portable traffic signals.

The unit assessment will typically take place over the course of one day

Successful completion of this certificate will provide evidence towards the attainment of the M2 award. Further assessments are required to attain an M2 award at the 'Skilled Worker'/RTMO level.

This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to successfully perform tasks and comply with legislation involved in being a Registered Traffic Management Operative (RTMO). This course is a prerequisite for a candidate to become a RTMO. The candidate will be able to recognise and reproduce basic site layouts. The candidate must also be able to understand the operation of Stop and Go signalling, as well as the commissioning and operation of portable traffic signals.

The unit assessment will typically take place over the course of one day 

2x one-day Live Assessments are required in order to fully evidence the criteria needed to attain an M2 qualification. A minimum gap of 14 days is required from the completion of the Centre Based Assessment before attending a Live Assessment, and between each Live Assessment attended.

Successful completion of this certificate will award the candidate with an M2 award at the 'Skilled Worker'/RTMO level.

This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to successfully perform tasks and comply with legislation involved in performing works on Dual Carriageways with a 40mph maximum speed. This course is an additional qualification for Registered Traffic Management Operatives (RTMOs). The candidate will be able to understand the layout of a low speed dual carriageway and the process of implementing traffic management on different low speed dual carriageways, taking into account their various features. The candidate must demonstrate an understanidng on the installation and removal of a taper, advanced signing, and other traffic mamagement equipment. The candidate will also understand the proper procedures for entering and exiting closures, and their role in the case of an accident or emergency.

The unit teaching will typically take place over the course of half a day

Successful completion of this certificate will award the candidate with a T3 award at the 'Trainee' level. Further assessments are required to attain an M3 award at the 'Skilled Worker'/RTMO level.

This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to successfully perform tasks and comply with legislation involved in performing works on Dual Carriageways with a 40mph maximum speed. This course is an additional qualification for Registered Traffic Management Operatives (RTMOs). The candidate will be able to understand the layout of a low speed dual carriageway and the process of implementing traffic management on different low speed dual carriageways, taking into account their various features. The candidate must demonstrate an understanidng on the installation and removal of a taper, advanced signing, and other traffic mamagement equipment. The candidate will also understand the proper procedures for entering and exiting closures, and their role in the case of an accident or emergency.

The unit teaching will typically take place over the course of one day

3x one-day Live Assessments are required in order to fully evidence the criteria needed to attain an M3 qualification. A minimum gap of 14 days is required from the completion of the Centre Based Assessment before attending a Live Assessment, and between each Live Assessment attended.

Successful completion of this certificate will award the candidate with a M3 award at the 'Skilled Worker' level.

This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to successfully perform tasks and comply with legislation involved in performing works on the road within a convoy. The candidate will be able to understand the planning needed for convoy working and working without a safety zone. The candidate must be able to recognise traffic managment systems and equipment used whilst working within a convoy on both single carriageway and low-speed dual carriageway roads. The candidate will also learn the sytems of working within single vehicle and multiple vehicle convoys, and the signage required for each scenario.

The unit teaching will typically take place over the course of half a day

Successful completion of this certificate will award the candidate with a T4 award at the 'Trainee' level. Further assessments are required to attain an M4 award at the 'Skilled Worker'/RTMO level.

This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to successfully perform tasks and comply with legislation involved in performing works on the road within a convoy. The candidate will be able to understand the planning needed for convoy working and working without a safety zone. The candidate must be able to recognise traffic managment systems and equipment used whilst working within a convoy on both single carriageway and low-speed dual carriageway roads. The candidate will also learn the sytems of working within single vehicle and multiple vehicle convoys, and the signage required for each scenario.

The unit teaching will typically take place over the course of one day

One one-day Live Assessment is required to fully evidence the criteria needed to attain an M4 qualification.

Successful completion of this certificate will award the candidate with a M4 award at the 'Skilled Worker' level.

This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to successfully perform tasks and comply with legislation involved in using multi-phase traffic lights. This course is an additional qualification for Registered Traffic Management Operatives (RTMOs). The candidate will be able to understand how to install, operate and remove multi-phase traffic signals properly. The candidate must properly demonstrate an understanding of proper utilisation the different systems and phases of multi-phase traffic lights.

The unit teaching will typically take place over the course of half a day

Successful completion of this certificate will award the candidate with a T5 award at the 'Trainee' level. Further assessments are required to attain an M5 award at the 'Skilled Worker'/RTMO level.

This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to successfully perform tasks and comply with legislation involved in using multi-phase traffic lights. This course is an additional qualification for Registered Traffic Management Operatives (RTMOs). The candidate will be able to understand how to install, operate and remove multi-phase traffic signals properly. The candidate must properly demonstrate an understanding of proper utilisation the different systems and phases of multi-phase traffic lights.

The unit teaching will typically take place over the course of half a day

Successful completion of this certificate will provide evidence towards the attainment of the M5 award. Further assessments are required to attain an M5 award at the 'Skilled Worker'/RTMO level.

This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to successfully perform tasks and comply with legislation involved in using multi-phase traffic lights. This course is an additional qualification for Registered Traffic Management Operatives (RTMOs). The candidate will be able to understand how to install, operate and remove multi-phase traffic signals properly. The candidate must properly demonstrate an understanding of proper utilisation the different systems and phases of multi-phase traffic lights.

The unit assessment will typically take place over the course of one day 

One one-day Live Assessment is required to fully evidence the criteria needed to attain an M5 qualification. A minimum gap of 14 days is required from the completion of the Centre Based Assessment before attending a Live Assessment.

Successful completion of this certificate will award the candidate with an M5 award at the 'Skilled Worker'/RTMO level.

This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to successfully perform tasks and comply with legislation involved in being a Registered Lead Traffic Management Operative (RLTMO). The candidate will be able to recall, in depth, content covered in previous Lantra modules. The candidate must also be able to assess and determine traffic mangement layout requirements for a variety of sites, and have sufficient knowledge on the necessary equipment required. The candidate will be able to provide support to other Registered Traffic Management Operatives in a practical and supervisory sense. 

The unit assessment will typically take place over the course of two days 

Successful completion of this certificate will award the candidate with an M6 award at the 'Skilled Worker'/RLTMO level.

This certificate is designed to allow candidates to demonstrate the knowledge required to successfully perform tasks and comply with legislation involved in being a manager, designer or technical officer. This course is for those that do not physically install TTM, but do have responsibility for the works - as such, it is a standalone unit which has no prerequisites. The candidate will be able to understand the various terminologies, legislations and categories of traffic management. The candidate must also be able to understand their responsibilities as a manager, designer or technical officer, and be able to assess ongoing works whilst on-site. The candidate will also be able to navigate set scenarios of temporary traffic managements and remedy issues where needed.

The unit assessment will typically take place over the course of two days 

Successful completion of this certificate will award the candidate with an M7 award.

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