RTIA (Road Traffic Infringement Agency) Profile
The Road Traffic Infringement Agency, commonly shortened to RTIA, is an establishment that promotes that safety of national roads by having people comply to the South African road traffic laws. This is done through several initiatives that are planned and executed by the RTIA themselves, just as holding educational programmes with the local community and through various forms of socialization. Through these programmes, the general public will understand the importance of several things that are to do with the country’s road laws, namely penalties, technicalities of having driving licenses, and the administrative aspects that come along with it. The RTIA is done as a means to ensure that everyone is following the regulations that have been instated. Hopefully, every citizen will develop a clearer conscious on road laws after joining these RTIA-based programmes.
About RTIA (Road Traffic Infringement Agency) Bursaries 2020
The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) is currently offering bursary programmes for students who wish to attain financial assistance in order to pursue their studies. The bursary scheme extends its arms to unemployed students who are currently attaining their university studies in South African tertiary institutions. Additionally, the programme is only available for any one of these listed programmes below:
- Road Traffic Management Degree or National Diploma
- BCom: Finance.
Take a deeper look into the establishment by visiting the Official Road Traffic Infringement Agency Website.
RTIA (Road Traffic Infringement Agency) Bursary Requirements
Applicants of the RTIA Bursary Programme must adhere to the set of requirements that are entailed to this bursary. The eligibility criteria is to ensure that every incoming candidate already possess the skills and potential that are required to be a part of this journey. Each of these items below will determine whether you are qualified enough for the bursary. Failure to meet all of the qualifications below may result in having your application procedure disqualified.
The RTIA Bursary Requirements are as follows:
- Officially recognized as a citizen of South Africa
- Currently obtaining their education in a South African university
- Be subject to the existing agreement as per stated on the Road Traffic Infringement Agency
- Is not involved with any other bursary programme at the moment
- Be under the age of 35 years old
- Currently a first year undergraduate student in university.
How to Apply RTIA (Road Traffic Infringement Agency) Bursary 2020
To apply for the RTIA Bursary, all applicants must first check the availability status of the programme. To do this, be sure to visit the RTIA Vacancies Portal. After making sure that the bursary scheme is currently accepting applications, you may instantly download the Official Application Form. There are several things that need to be considered while filling in your application form, such as:
- Use BLOCK LETTERS only
- Provide brief and accurate answered
- Have all of your important documents attached.
After completing your application form, it’s time to attach all of the necessary documents that are entailed to this bursary application. These things below are the documents that candidates will have to prepare:
- Latest academic track records
- Grade 12 result slips
- A letter of registration or acceptance into a university
- Valid copy of your Identity Document
- Written proof of your parents’ household income
- An official affidavit if you have unemployed parents
- A letter of motivation.
All application dossiers can be sent through various methods, as per stated below:
- E-mail: [email protected]
- Postal Carriage: The Human Resources Division, RTIA, P O Box 6341, Halfway House, 1685 for attention Mr. Ignatius Chavalala
- Hand Delivery: Waterfall Edge B, Howick Close, Waterfall Office Park, Bekker Road, Midrand.
The programme will not be accepting any applications sent through other methods, such as fax. Additionally, any late applications will automatically be disqualified from the procedure as well. Announcements will only be made applicants who have been successfully accepted into the bursary scheme. If you have not heard back from the committee by then, we regret to inform you that your application has not been successful. Should you have any further enquiries or concerns, you can always reach out to either Mr I M Chavalala 087 285 7998 or Mr C Barties 087 287 7983.
Waterfall Edge B, Waterfall Office Park, Bekker Str, Midrand.
PO Box 6341, Halfway House, MIDRAND, 1685.