Traffic Cop Exam

With Traffic Cop Exam, the Unit focuses on the overall quality of road traffic training; determining and implementing standards for training of traffic personnel. The outcome of the programme is to professionalise the fraternity to ensure that competent and skilled personnel are employed to improve and restore the image of law enforcers and road safety practitioners.

Training of Traffic Officers is an ongoing process that focuses on all elements of law enforcement and road safety.

The Unit is responsible for the Norms and Standards in all Traffic Training Colleges. It is also responsible for ensuring that Traffic Colleges meet the required standards as stipulated in Regulation 2B of the National Road Traffic Act (NRTA) and the Policy Document for Traffic Training Centres. The Unit monitors and evaluates colleges.

It also compiles, distribute and moderate summative assessment instruments (exams) for the following courses:
•    Traffic Officer qualification;
•    Examiner of Vehicles; and  
•    Examiner for Driving Licences.
Our Curriculum Sub-Unit is responsible for developing curriculums and learning material for new courses.

External Integrated Summative Assessment

After the completion of all three components of the qualification, the learner must enrol for the External Integrated Summative Assessment (EISA). The EISA will focus on the critical elements of all exit level outcomes and will be competency based. The EISA will be conducted through one written assessment incorporating practical element where possible. The EISA will be conducted at the QCTO accredited Assessment Centres. The qualification is awarded by the QCTO after the successful completion of the EISA.

In order to qualify for the external summative assessment, learners must provide proof of competency in all modules by means of statements of results and evidence of work experience.

QCTO approved EISA Examplar for Road Traffic Safety Officer curriculum