Toasting Excellence at Gene Louw Traffic College's 25th Anniversary Celebration
Gene Louw Traffic College (GLTC) celebrated its 25th Anniversary on 26 September 2014 at its campus in Brackenfell.
Past students and training facilitators attended the event as well as staff members, senior officials and dignitaries including Donald Grant, Minister of Transport and Public Works.
Read more about the college’s achievements.
Minister Grant mapped out the envisaged future developments of the college which include residential accommodation for students, conversion of the old pit area into an indoor shooting range and an onsite traffic museum for the traffic profession.
“Gene Louw Traffic College will maintain its status as a leading institution that continues to provide unmatched levels of traffic's training and development within an increasing complex and challenging traffic management environment," said Minister Grant.
Read more about GLTC’s latest construction developments.
The Head of Department of Transport and Public Works, Jacqui Gooch officially launched the college’s new website and identified the potential advantages of having a web presence.
A Toast to Excellence
Once the formal part of the event was over, guests were invited to the college’s courtyard where Ms Gooch made a toast acknowledging the hard work of staff members past and present and congratulated them on the college’s achievements.
The 25th Anniversary celebration gave senior officials the opportunity to thank those who contributed so significantly to the success and development of GLTC.
- View pictures of GLTC’s 25th Anniversary celebration.
- View the slideshow presented at the event (mp4).
Read more on GLTC’s 25th Anniversary
- Gene Louw Traffic College 25th Anniversary – History.
- Speech by Minister Donald Grant: South Africa’s Best Traffic Training College Celebrates 25 Years of Excellence.
- Speech by Jacqui Gooch: Launch of Gene Louw Traffic College Website.
- News: Gene Louw Traffic College Celebrates 25th Anniversary.