Mpumalanga Traffic Training College hosts its first pass out ceremony for Traffic Officers

07 December 2017 | Department of Transport


Mpumalanga Traffic Training College (MTTC) will stage its inaugural Pass Out Parade for traffic learner officers who were enrolled this year. 

The training that took 12 months offered courses on National Land Traffic Act, National Road Traffic Act, AARTO, law, professional conduct, firearm handling, eNatis, first Aid and fire fighting as well as restraining techniques to name a few. 

Some of the learners who will be graduating come from various municipalities such as Mkhondo and Mbombela local municipalities and some from the North West Province, SASOL and SANPARKS. 

The Minister of Transport, Mr Joe Maswanganyi, Mpumalanga Community Safety, Security and Liaison MEC, Mr Pat Ngomane and other dignitaries will be part of the ceremony. 

The ceremony will take place as follows: 
 
Date:     Friday, 08 December 2017
Venue:     Mpumalanga Traffic Training College, Mkhuhlu in Bushbuckridge Local Municipality, Mpumalanga 
Time:    10:00
     
Members of the media attending the launch are requested to confirm their attendance with Mr Ishmael Mnisi on 072 566 0827/ mnisii@dot.gov.za  

Ends
Issued by: 
Department of Transport 
159 Struben Street 
Pretoria 
0001 
www.transport.gov.za 
 
For enquiries: Mr Ishmael Mnisi of Department of Transport on 072 566 0827
 

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