New Website for Leading Traffic College
This year has been a proud one for the Gene Louw Traffic College in Brackenfell. In addition to celebrating its 25th anniversary, the college now has its own web presence on the Western Cape Government website.
The new website provides up-to-date information on the services and training events that the college offers as well as application forms, developments in traffic legislation and policy, news and more.
The website markets the college’s training more effectively and helps to develop its brand and credibility. Any person looking for a vocational training course would want to know that the course is accredited and he or she will receive top-quality training. The Gene Louw Traffic College’s training is accredited by the following bodies:
- Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority (SASSETA);
- South African Police Service (SAPS);
- Local Government Sector Education and Training Authority (LGSETA); and
- Road Traffic Management Corporation (RMTC).
Jacqui Gooch, Head of the Department of Transport and Public Works, says the institution has grown tremendously through the diverse training courses it offers and its excellent in-house facilities. “The college has remained abreast of technology in order to ensure high-quality service delivery to its clientele over the years,” she added.
The college has 25 years of experience, but it is not resting on its laurels. It remains committed to continually improve its work of training officials to provide a professional and effective traffic management service for the Western Cape and beyond.
Visit the Gene Louw Traffic College website at: www.westerncape.gov.za/gene-louw-traffic-college