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Eastern Cape Department of Transport’s Road Safety Educators team up with Traffic Officers in educating motorists and pedestrians about road safety through roadblocks and road shows.

Local school girls during their visit to the Department’s Bhisho Airport as part of the annual take a girl child to work day. This program twins with the Department’s commitment to providing bursaries and scholarships to young students from disadvantaged communities.

The team of Provincial Traffic Officers readily available to serve you by enforcing Traffic and other related laws in the roads of the Eastern Cape Province.

The Eastern Cape Department of Transport continues to diversify public transport to benefit the people of the province; the Kei Rail passenger service is continues to attract scores of passengers who use in their travelling through the province.

With the province being largely rural, stray animals remain one of our challenges which the Department is vigorously responding to with the Stray Animals Management Program by appointing Road Rangers tasked with removing them from the road.

Training of field officers completed PDF Print E-mail

The Eastern Cape Department of Transport hosted the training of Field Training Officer’s (FTOs) in the province this month in order to get full accreditation from SASSETA.

 

This accreditation will enable departmental officials to do assessments on students and to mentor new traffic officers and with this training completed the only thing left for them is to undergo the assessors course.

Having reached an agreement with the Nelson Mandela Metro Municipality Traffic College to assist the Department with the training, the FTO’S reported at the College on Monday 13th June 201.

The training took place over a period of 11 days and more will be done this year by Road Traffic Management Corporation.

 

This initiative came after certain areas were identified where provincial traffic officers fell short of completing their college training and is aimed at work-shopping traffic officers around administration aspects of their work.

 

A total of 625 traffic officers from different districts are expected to benefit from the project, which seeks to accelerate service delivery in the province.


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