Gene Louw Traffic College was officially opened on 15 September 1989 and has, since then, trained many traffic officers, municipal police officers, examiners of vehicles and examiners for driving licences throughout the Western Cape, South Africa and other parts of southern Africa (e.g. Botswana).
Quality Management Evaluation
QME forms part of the Traffic Management chief directorate. This unit evaluates all training at the college and ensures that it complies with internal and external policies and procedural guidelines.
The college was awarded the Certificate of Excellence as the Best Traffic Training Centre nationally at the Road Traffic Management Corporation conference in East London in November 2013.
Gene Louw Traffic College staff members were also named national winners in the following categories:
- Best Education and Training Development Practitioner
- Most Innovative Idea
- Most Promising New Facilitator
- Going the Extra Mile
Our aim is to encourage a culture of lifelong learning and enrich lives by creating an open society for all.
We are committed to acknowledging and respecting the diversity of – and have compassion for – one another, displaying integrity, being approachable and transparent.
We aim to be self-disciplined and cultivate passion and innovation, resulting in a positive image.
We aspire to grow and develop to be recognised as an efficient and professional team providing service excellence.
Organisation organogram of Gene Louw Traffic College.
The college complies with the quality standards of the following training authorities and bodies:
- Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority
- South African Police Service
- Local Government Sector Education and Training Authority
- Road Traffic Management Corporation
View the list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for more information.