Level 2/3 Assessments

Who Are We

Quite simply, we are the future of traffic management training. Quality, mixed with precision mixed with technology with a splash of charisma. It is our goal to revolutionize the traffic management training space through innovative, engaging and enlightening development of traffic management professionals.

Our Goal

Knowing is not enough; we must apply.

Willing is not enough; we must do.

To succeed, you need to find something to hold on to, something to motivate you, something to inspire you.

Who is the STMS L2/3 Assessor & Trainer

Marius has been an integral part of the coordination, management, and compliance of Auckland’s local and state highway network since 2006. As the Traffic Management Coordinator (TMC) for the NZTA highway network and later for Auckland Council local network, Marius brings a lot of valued on hand experience to any assessment. Marius later moved into the role as Compliance team leader north, managing a team of auditors for the Auckland Transport network improving on industry support standards and support to the contractors. He is a well-respected industry leader who prides himself on his ability to relate to and coach people from all backgrounds. Following a career in law enforcement and traffic management in South Africa, Marius made NZ his home and is a qualified NZTA Trainer, Level 2/3 Non-Practicing STMS and holds a Diploma of Highway Engineering (Tech).

For more information about the rest of the team visit our website www.tmacademy.co.nz

The Traffic Management Team

We are in the business of creating well‐rounded traffic management specialists – from traffic controllers to drivers to TMP designers to Auditors. We can coach the true potential out of your team, no matter how big or small.

Training offered by Traffic Management Academy

We offer NZTA accredited Code of Practice for Temporary Traffic

Management (CoPTTM) training workshops as well as personalised practical, theory or short course training packages for individuals, small or large organisations.