News and Speeches for Gene Louw Traffic College

Eastern Cape Legislature visited Gene Louw Traffic College

27 September 2018

A delegation from Eastern Cape Legislature visited Gene Louw Traffic College on the 27th September 2018. Read More

Provincial Participatory Education Techniques Open Day

31 July 2018

On Saturday 28 July 2018, teams of Grade 10 and 11 learners from three Western Cape schools participated in the annual Provincial Participatory Education Techniques (PET) Open Day at Gene Louw Traffic College ( Read More

Examiner of Vehicles (EOV) training achievements

31 July 2018

During the first six months of 2018, Gene Louw Traffic College (GLTC) trained a total of 24 students for the Examin Read More

Examiner for Driving Licence training achievements

31 July 2018

During the first six months of 2018, Gene Louw Traffic College trained a total of 27 students in two groups for the Examiner for Driving Licences (EDL) qualification. Read More

Traffic officers graduate from Gene Louw Traffic College

30 July 2018

Thirty-one new graduates of Gene Louw Traffic College are looking forward to starting work at various provincial traffic centres and in municipalities on 1 August 2018. Read More

GLTC visit Kraaifontein Community Health Clinic

19 July 2018

Gene Louw Traffic College visit Kraaifontein Community Health Clinic , for their 67 minutes. Read More

Career Opportunity

6 July 2018

A career opportunity awaits successful candidates at the  Read More

Traffic Wardens - Graduation

8 December 2017

On 6 December 2017, 19 Saldanha Bay Municipality officials graduated as traffic wardens after successfully completing three weeks of training at Gene Louw Traffic College (GLTC). Read More

Saying Goodbye

31 October 2017

Western Cape Provincial Traffic Services said goodbye to four members with between 32 and 44 years’ service at a ceremony in Cape Town on 24 October 2017. Read More

EBAT training for 11 training colleges takes place at GLTC

10 October 2017

Representatives of 11 provincial and municipal traffic training colleges recently completed two weeks of train-the-trainer training in Cape Town on Dräger evidentiary alcohol breath testing (EBAT) equipment. Read More

Provincial Inspector: Provincial Traffic Officer

10 July 2017

Career opportunity: Provincial Traffic Officer. Read More

Graduation ceremony at Gene Louw Traffic College

26 June 2017

On 23 June 2017 Gene Louw Traffic College said goodbye to 20 traffic officer learners who received their Further Education and Training Certificate: Road Traffic Law Enforcement and are now authorised traffic o Read More

Western Cape Field Training Officers (FTO) e-Learning Ambassadors, GLTC Launch

14 March 2017

Three weeks ago, Gene Louw Traffic College introduced the e-Learning platform to 13 senior traffic officials from the  Read More

Gene Louw Traffic College to introduce e-learning

28 February 2017

Last week, 14 senior traffic officials from the Department of Transport and Public Works (DTPW) and various Western Cape municipal traffic centres tested the new online e-learning platform at Gene Louw Traffic College, Brackenfell. Read More

Passing away of Officer CJ Olivier

26 February 2017

On the 1st of April we (Provincial Traffic) lost one of our officers in a car accident. The accident happened near Riebeek-Kasteel and Riebeek West. She was stationed at Provincial Traffic Vredenburg. From Gene Louw Traffic College we extend our... Read More

Gene Louw Traffic College – Moving with time

25 February 2017

Since it opened on 15 September 1989, Gene Louw Traffic College (GLTC) has trained many traffic officers, municipal police officers, examiners of vehicles and examiners for driving licences from the Western Cape, from South Af Read More

New officers to improve Western Cape traffic safety

3 July 2015

The Western Cape’s provincial traffic service was strengthened on 2 July 2015 when 29 new traffic officers graduated from a year-long training course at the Gene Louw Traffic College in Brackenfell. Read More

Upgraded Facilities to Improve Training and Enhance Traffic Safety

25 June 2015

Better facilities at the Gene Louw Traffic College in Brackenfell will improve Western Cape traffic safety and facilit Read More

Traffic Bursary Awarded to Gene Louw Traffic College Graduate

20 November 2014

The exceptional potential of Provincial Inspector Marcelle Moses was recognised by the Department of Safety and Security Management at Tshwane University of Technology. Read More

Gene Louw Traffic College Cares

29 October 2014

Annual Outreach Programme 2014/15 Read More