The Gauteng Department of Community Safety is inviting applications for its Traffic Officer learnerships from suitably qualified candidates with a Grade 12/Matric qualification and a drivers license. The traffic officer learnership will be Boekenhoutkloof Traffic College and learners will be expected to leave at the college for the duration of the learnership. This opportunity is open to South African citizens residing in Gauteng.
What are the requirements?
- Be a young South African between 18 and 35 years; a resident of Gauteng;
- Have Grade 12 or equivalent qualification;
- Have a minimum of Code EB drivers license; and
- Have no current or pending criminal record.
How to apply?
To apply for these learnership opportunities, please submit your applications on a Z83 Form (click here to download Z83 Form) with certified copies at the following addresses: Vereeniging, Kruis Street or Security,78 Fox Street, Marshalltown in Johannesburg OR at the following regional offices: Heidleberg, Benoni Bronkhorspruit, Temba, Mabopane, and Koederspoort. For location of regional offices, phone (011) 335 3000.
Important! Please Note: On your Z83 Form, on “Position for which you are applying” fill in Traffic Officer Learnership; on “Reference number” fill-in REF-03347, on “Department where position was advertised” fill in Gauteng Department of Community Safety.
Closing Date: 7 March 2014
What will the learnership entail?
The training of traffic officers will be done in terms of the SAQA registered qualification for traffic officers. The qualification currently comprises of a total of 172 credits. To ensure that the specific outcome of the unit standards within the registered qualification are met, the qualification has been divided into seven modules i.e.
Module 1: Personal orientation learning material.
Module 2: Legislation and people.
Module 3: Legislation and traffic.
Module 4: Legislation and vehicle compliance.
Module 5: Legislation and traffic hazards.
Module 6: Load compliance.
Module 7: Communication with customers.
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