How To Become a Traffic Officer in South Africa 2022-2023

One of the most crucial prerequisites for improving road safety is traffic enforcement. It is also critical to have a large number of committed and well-trained traffic officers.

Many are those who are looking for how do I become a traffic trainee? If this sounds like you, then here you are going to get all the information needed to become a traffic officer in South Africa

Where to Buy the Traffic Officer Application Form?

  • The RTMC has sent an e-mail to all provincial head offices of traffic and to the head offices of metro police so that people can have access to the application forms.
  • You, therefore, need to check your local and national newspapers on a regular basis For information about the Application Form.
  • You may also contact any Local or Provincial Authority directly to inquire whether vacancies exist or when posts will be advertised, as well as to obtain any application forms.
  • No private person can enroll directly at a Traffic College as a Trainee.

Requirements to Become a Traffic Officer

The minimum requirements to become a Traffic Officer are:

  • Grade 12 or equivalent (No specific subjects needed)
  • No criminal record · Code B driving Licence (manual transmission)
  • Medical Certificate – that a person may do strenuous exercises
  • Applicants shall not be older than 35 years of age
  • Must be employed by a Local or Provincial Authority

You’ll be sent to one of the 14 Traffic Colleges by a Traffic Department only once you are employed/appointed as a Traffic Trainee.

  • Contact Traffic Departments directly for information on available trainee vacancies, application forms, and opportunities for possible voluntary work.
  • No one can reserve a “space” for you at a Traffic College.
  • The training of Traffic Officers is funded by the state for selected candidates when posts are available.
  • Do Not make an upfront payment to anyone.
  • Be aware of bogus colleges, remember you can only be sent by a Traffic Department to a Traffic College, with NO middleman involved.

You should, therefore, start by contacting your local Traffic Department to find out if and when traineeships will be available.

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7 Comments
  1. Queen says

    Please let me know when is training start for new traffic officers

  2. Malebo Melbar says

    Please inform me via my email address or contact me. When the forms for training traffic officers are released.

  3. Tshepo Makwala says

    I want to bring justice and peace in the roads of South Africa.also want to protect people beyond the road from unnecessary death and destruction on the road

  4. Tshepo Makwala says

    Please email me when the forms are out

    1. Learnersgist says

      Alright. You can subscribe to our news updates so you won’t miss the updates.

  5. Zuzile Zama says

    Please inform me

  6. Maile Lamola says

    How do i apply for traffic college

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