The Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works is offering the Traffic Officer Training Programme 2015 in South Africa. Traffic Student Intake 2015 have been announced by the Western Cape Government, where many students will be engaged under the team of veterans for Traffic Officer Training 2015.
If you are looking for the Government Jobs in South Africa, then you should get experience in the relevant fields. The Traffic Officer Learnerships 2015 are available for those candidates, who are willing to get experience as Traffic Officer. It is pertinent to mention here that you may get more better Traffic Officer Jobs or Traffic Officer Careers after completing the Western Cape Government Training Programme 2015. The Traffic Officer Vacancies may also be available for you after getting the experience in the field. The Traffic Warden Traineeships 2015 should be joined by the interested candidates by forwarding their Training Jobs application to the concerned department. Traffic Warden Jobs mostly remain available for the hard working and deserving candidates, so you may also avail the Traffic Warden Careers in future. So You should have a look on the details of Traffic Officers Training Course 2015 before forwarding your application to the recruitment department of Western Cape Government.
Traffic Officer Training 2015 at Western Cape Dept of Transport & Public Works
This is an opportunity to all those who want to become a “Traffic Officer”.
The Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works will be recruiting 30 Traffic Students for the completion of a Traffic Diploma. This is a twelve (12) month training course which will commence on 20 July 2015 at the Gene Louw College (GLTC), Brackenfell.
Remuneration: A training stipend of R 5 000.00 per month will be paid monthly for the duration of the training period.
Reference number: Traffic Student Intake 2015
- A Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification;
- Valid motor vehicle license (manual) code B;
- Applicant must be physically fit,
- Candidates must be presentable for this particular portfolio;
- No criminal record;
- Candidates must qualify for appointment as an Authorized Officer and for the appointment as Peace Officer in terms of the Criminal Procedure Act 51 of 1977;
- Well versed with the home language of the majority of residents in a specific area where the successful incumbents will be appointed;
- Candidates reserved for shortlisting will be subject to undergo fingerprint checks by the SAPS and will be required to undergo the following tests: interview, knowledge test, fitness, driving test and a medical test as proof that the reserved candidates may do strenuous exercise;
- Applicants must be resident in the immediate vicinity of their selected traffic centres, if appointed afterwards.
- One year or more driving experience will be an advantage;
- As these positions are targeted at the youth of the province, candidates younger than 35 years of age will receive preference.
Key Performance Areas:
- Enforce road traffic, public passenger and transport legislations;
- Provide visible traffic control / policing and promote / ensure crime prevention activities;
- Perform all administrative activities and related duties.
- Good written and verbal communication skills in at least two of the three official languages of the Province;
- Good interpersonal and public relations skills;
- Ability to work under pressure;
- Assertive and confident personality;
- Ability to work in a team and independently.
- Should vacant funded Provincial Inspector posts exist after obtaining the Traffic Diploma and be considered for filling, individuals who may be offered permanent employment against such posts at one of the Provincial Traffic Centres.
- Provincial Traffic Law Enforcement provides a 24/7 traffic law enforcement service, therefore after appointment candidates will be expected to work shifts including Public holidays and Sundays and be willing to work additional hours, if required.
- Successful candidates must obtain their own accommodation while attending at GLTC, Brackenfell;
- Students will be subject to the code of conduct of the College as well as competency requirements of the College;
- Students will be required to undergo extensive physical training, whilst at the College.
- The conducting of tests of candidates for intoxicating substances may be imposed based on the nature of the work
Closing date is: 19 June 2015 @16h00.
How to Apply for Western Cape Government Traffic Officer Training Intake 2015 in South Africa
Your application needs to have all the relevant information and has to be completed in full.
Click here to download and print the forms needed to apply. Application forms (Z83 and questionnaire) can also be obtained at any Provincial Traffic Centres in the Western Cape
Completed Z83, questionnaire and attached CV may only be forwarded by postage to Gene Louw Traffic College Private Bag X5 Brackenfell 7560 or hand delivered to Gene Louw Traffic College Brackenfell Blvd Brackenfell.
Please do not scan and e-mail your documents to Gene Louw Traffic College. No online applications.
If you meet the minimum eligibility criteria for the Traffic Officer Learnership Programme 2015, you should forward your job application at the earliest possible time. The Western Cape Government Training Jobs can raise your area of expertise as well as experience level.