NOTE: Permanent employment after completing the training is not guaranteed, however, should there be vacant posts after completing the training, individuals may be offered employment.

Successful candidates must obtain their own accommodation while attending at GLTC Brackenfell and will be responsible for their own transport, meals and accommodation fee for the duration of the 12 month course.



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.


A Grade 12 (Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification) with Mathematics, Mathematics literacy, English and a additional language with 50% or higher pass mark

Valid motor vehicle license (manual) code B (learners licenses will not be accepted)

Applicants must be 18 and under 35 years of age

Applicant must be medically and physically fit, pregnant persons will not be considered as physical tasks during recruitment and subsequent training may pose a threat to the unborn child and/or mother;

Clear criminal record or no pending criminal record

Visible tattoos (hands, arms, upper chest, neck or face) and body piercings (except females with one piercing in each ear) will disqualify an applicant as this will not compliment uniformity in a uniform wearing environment;

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;

Successful candidates will undergo a full medical, psychological, drug assessment at a provincial testing facility prior to admission; Undergo fitness and drug testing assessments for the duration of the course.

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

Trainees must successfully complete the further education and Training Certificate Road Traffic Law Enforcement.

Adherence to the terms and conditions of the signed 12 month contract for the duration of the training program which includes practical deployment on a 24/7 shift system when needed.


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

Report Writing skills


A training stipend of R 5 000.00 per month will be paid monthly for the duration of the training period.



The various Traffic Centres are as follows: Beaufort West, Caledon, George, Knysna, Laingsburg, Metro (Cape Town), Mossel Bay, Oudtshoorn, Swellendam, Vredenburg, Vredendal and Worcester. You may select only one Centre of preference closest to your residential area in the application questions. 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

Location – Western Cape: Beaufort West, Caledon, George, Knysna, Laingsburg, Metro (Cape Town), Mossel Bay, Oudtshoorn, Swellendam, Vredenburg, Vredendal and Worcester.

This is a twelve (12) month training course which will commence on Monday, 8 January 2024 at the Gene Louw College (GLTC), Brackenfell.

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