Making Safety Simpler


1-Day TCP Renewal Course
TCP Program Training

1-Day TCP Renewal Course

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Training Formats:
  • eLearning - ID Required (self paced 6-8 hours)
  • Classroom: In-Person (1 Day)
CPD Points:
Classroom: Instructor Specified
or eLearning: $65 + GST
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OPTION 1: Classroom
OPTION 2: eLearning


If your 3-year record of completion is approaching its expiry date, it is mandatory to renew it to continue controlling traffic in BC.

This course offers the flexibility of being taken online (eLearning) or in-person (Classroom). The dates and times for in-person classroom sessions are listed in the TCP Gateway's Course Schedule.

TCPs are eligible to renew anytime they hold a valid BCCSA TCP card or up to one year post expiry.

This course covers the fundamental theory and practical skills required to work safely as a TCP, adhering to relevant regulations and standards. It places significant emphasis on traffic control safe work practices, particularly in high-hazard situations. The course covers topics such as:

  • Roles, responsibilities & regulations
  • Physical & mental requirements
  • Job Planning
  • Temporary traffic control devices
  • Work zones
  • Mobile equipment
  • Communication
  • Other traffic control scenarios
  • Practical Skills

Online Renewal Course Details
  • The eLearning option consists of 8 units in total, designed around specific learning objectives. Each unit begins with a list of objectives. In each unit, you will read the content and complete activities. There is a review quiz at the end of each unit.
  • You have a 30-day timeframe to complete this online course.
  • The exam is not open book, and you will have 1 hour to finish it.
  • You have only one attempt to take the exam.
  • While it's estimated to take approximately 6 to 8 hours to complete the entire course, this duration is flexible. This course allows you to start and stop as needed. Your progress is automatically saved. This online format is intended to accommodate learners who cannot commit to a 1-day in-person classroom session. However, please note that you have only 30 days to complete the course.
  • To obtain a new TCP qualification, you must achieve a minimum score of 80% on the written exam and maintain zero violations in the proctor monitoring system, Integrity Advocate. If you don't pass on your first attempt, there's a cooldown period of 5 days before you can retake the course. If unsuccessful on your second attempt, it's recommended to take the two-day course.

eLearning Requirements:

  • Hardware & Software
    • Computer or Laptop: Participants should have access to a computer or laptop with a reliable internet connection. Smartphones and tablets will not work.
    • Web Browser: Participants should have a modern web browser (e.g., Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge) installed and updated for accessing the eLearning platform. For the best user experience, we recommend using Google Chrome. Please allow pop-ups in your browser.
  • Environment & Workspace
    • Quiet and Well-Lit Space: Participants should select a quiet, well-lit, and comfortable space for the online training to minimize distractions and ensure a conducive learning environment.
    • Minimal Interruptions: Participants should plan to minimize interruptions during the online training to fully engage.
  • You are required to show government-issued photo ID. Acceptable forms of identification are:
    • Drivers License
    • BC Services Card
    • Nexus Card
    • Passport
    • Certificate of Indian Status

    ** Identification must have a photograph of you on it **

Classroom Requirements:

  • Learner participation is a fundamental aspect of this course. We expect students to demonstrate consideration and encouragement towards their fellow learners by using appropriate language and behaviour. Your role is to contribute to the learning environment and assist others in their learning journey, just as they are expected to support your learning as well.
  • Staying updated and prepared ensures a smooth training experience. Please keep an eye on your e-mail for important course information and urgent notifications:
    • Registration Confirmation: Once you register for a course through our online system, you'll immediately receive confirmation that your registration was successful. It's essential to get this confirmation and a course receipt as it confirms your spot in the class.
    • Pre-course E-mails: Be sure to check your e-mails before the course starts to receive any urgent training notifications.
    • Course Updates: Make sure you receive confirmation that the course is running and a course reminder before the scheduled course date.
    • Last-minute Updates: Check your e-mails right before attending the course for any last-minute training updates or changes.
    • Course Information: Ensure you have all the course details and required information before arriving for the course.
  • Please note that the BCCSA does not provide lunch for course participants. Remember to bring your lunch.
  • You are required to show government-issued photo ID.
  • Instructor may provide you with additional requirements and policies.

To successfully complete this course, you will need to pass a written exam with a minimum score of 80%. Upon successful completion, you'll receive a renewed TCP Record of Completion card. This card qualifies you to control traffic on BC roadways for an additional 3 years.

OPTION 1: Classroom
OPTION 2: eLearning

Have a question? Need help?
  • BCCSA TCP Dept.
  • Phone: (604) 636-3675
  • Toll Free: 1 (877) 860-3675
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