Learnership Metro Police, Traffic and Law Enforcement 2023

Learnership Metro Police, Traffic and Law Enforcement 2023

Learnership Metro Police, Traffic and Law Enforcement 2023

• Grade 12 qualification
• Must be deemed medically and physically fit (as per below
• Valid Code B Driving Licence
• Must be able to work in a team and cope with stressful situations
• No Criminal Record
• Applicants must permanently reside within the jurisdiction of Cape
Note: All shortlisted candidates will be required to undertake and
pass the following compulsory fitness test
• 2.4 km run (Males 12:30 minutes and Females 16:00 minutes)
• Push-ups (30 in 60 seconds)
• Sit-ups (30 in 60 seconds)

Note: Candidates will:
• Be required to pass a written assessment and an interview
• Be required to pass a physical assessment
• Be required to submit their fingerprints or identity numbers for
checking criminal records. No other criminal clearances will be
• Be required to undergo a City medical evaluation
• Be required to undergo a compulsory drug test at a City testing
venue and continuous random drug tests thereafter
• Be required to undergo continuous psychological assessment
• Be required to maintain levels of fitness and undergo ongoing

fitness assessments
• Candidates will be subject to the code of Conduct of the
Metropolitan Police Training Academy, as well as the pass
requirements stipulated by the Academy and in line with relevant
unit standards
• Be contractually bound to refund the City following: unilateral
withdrawal; failure to complete the course for disciplinary reasons or

SS 49/23 Ext
Allowance of R68 461 per annum

Key Performance Areas
The City is embarking on a drive to train 1000 recruits on a 18 month
fulltime Learnership Program in Road Traffic Law Enforcement and
Metro Police. This forms part of the City of Cape Town’s commitment
in addressing the high levels of unemployment in our youth, as well as
providing the necessary opportunities for skills enhancement.
This skills development initiative is to provide training in Traffic Services
and Metro Police. Once completed, the acquired skills will
significantly enhance opportunities for employment in the Traffic, Law
Enforcement and Metro Police Enforcement environment.
The City invites suitably qualified and unemployed youth aged 18 –
35, who meet the relevant minimum requirements for a learnership in
Road Traffic Law Enforcement and Metro Police.
The training will be provided by the Metro Police Academy and the
duration will be over a period of 18 months from 1 December 2023
until 31 May 2025.
Trainees must successfully complete the Further Education and
Training Certificate: Road Traffic Law Enforcement as well as Law
Enforcement Skills Program SP4/2012.
It must be emphasised there is no automatic guarantee of
employment following the successful completion of the course.
Special conditions attached to the post:
• The City is not obligated to offer a permanent position after
completion of the training; candidates will be required to undergo
extensive physical training, whilst at the Academy and training in
accordance with the Firearm and Ammunitions Act.
• Successful candidates will be required to wear a uniform, work shifts
and in all weather conditions.
How to Apply
• By submitting your application for a position at the City of Cape
Town, you are consenting that the personal information submitted as
part of your application may be used for the purposes of the
Recruitment and Selection process.



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