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These thirteen Colleges are the only Colleges that can train a person to qualify, be registered and be employable as a Traffic Officer in South Africa.
It must be emphasized that any person who wishes to be employed as a Traffic Officer must be trained for one year at an approved Traffic Training College as from January 2011.