Traffic Control Training
Integrity Traffic Control Training offers professional training courses for traffic control persons (TCPs). Accredited by BCCSA and WorkSafeBC, our courses provide all the essential skills, knowledge, and certification for you to work as a traffic control person. With our tailored educational model and 25+ years of industry experience, we’ve set ourselves as the Okanagan Valley’s premier traffic control trainer.
To learn more or to register for one of our courses, call us at (250) 306-1473 today.
Comprehensive Traffic Control Training and Certification
Our multi-session course provides comprehensive training to prepare you to work as a flagger or traffic control person.
We deliver individualized training sessions tailored to the needs of each participant. Working closely with every student allows us to provide a more personalized experience and ensure a higher satisfaction rate.
The Traffic Control Person (TCP) training course consists of a mix of theoretical and practical work. It includes hands-on training to prepare you for a wide range of situations and to ensure you have the tools and knowledge to meet all road safety requirements in the province of British Columbia.
To complete the course, you must pass both a written exam and a practical evaluation. Upon successful completion, you will receive a BCCSA-accredited certificate authorizing you to work as a traffic control person.
Approved by BCCSA and WorkSafeBC
Integrity Traffic Control Training is proud to be accredited by BCCSA and WorkSafeBC as an approved traffic control trainer in British Columbia. Our course is designed to meet WorkSafeBC specifications and provide you with the tools, knowledge, and know-how to work as a traffic control person (TCP). Upon passing the course, you will become a certified traffic control person.
Our training courses do not have any prerequisites. However, participants should have a strong understanding of the rules of the road. A Class-5 or other driver’s license is recommended.
As per the Traffic Management Manual (TMM 5.3.1), traffic control persons must meet certain physical and mental criteria to fulfil their responsibilities. They should have:
- • Good vision
- • Good hearing
- • Alertness and mature judgment
- • Intelligence and common sense
- • Pleasant, cooperative disposition
- • Sense of responsibility for the safety of workers and the public
Learn from the Best in Traffic Control and Safety
With over 25 years of industry experience, Integrity Traffic Control Training has earned a strong reputation as a leader in the traffic control industry.
We opened our doors with a mission in mind: To provide high-quality, accredited training tailored to our student’s needs. We work closely with each course participant to ensure they get the most comprehensive, hands-on training available. With our training services, we’re helping make our roads safer, smarter, and more secure—one student at a time.