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The South African Council for the Architectural Profession is the official regulator for the architectural profession with over
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The Public is advised to make use of the services of Registered Architectural Professionals when commissioning the drawing of plans for submission to the Local Authorities. All SACAP Registered Professionals are required to adhere to the SACAP Professional Code of Conduct.

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A number of architectural learning sites are currently accredited by SACAP, aimed at the maintenance and enhancement of education standards via a recognition process.

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Voluntary Associations (VA's) have an important role to play in the implementation of CPD in that they can offer Category one activities, as well as validate and monitor activities offered (in Category one only) by other providers.The VA's may charge a fee for validating CPD Category one activities and should ensure broader access and participation of the whole profession. VA's may offer discounts to their members as a further benefit.Whereas it is compulsory for any person offering architectural services to be registered with SACAP, membership of voluntary associations is not compulsory. SACAP strongly encourages Architectural professionals to belong to at least one recognised VA.These associations are autonomous bodies which promote and protect the interests of their members.


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GSA–BOOGERTMAN + PARTNERS INTERNATIONAL LECTURE SERIES

HENNING RASMUSS was born in Johannesburg. Influenced by the building boom in the late 1960s and early 70s, and fascinated by the energy of large building sites, Henning chose to study architecture – graduating Cum Laude from Wits University in 1994. After early works completed in Berlin, Johannesburg and Hong Kong, he co-founded Paragon Architects in 1997 with Anthony Orelowitz. click here to view more

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CPD Event-NBR – T &SANS 10400 – PART 1

NBR – T &SANS 10400 – PART 1 (Please note that Parts 1 & 2 are independent of each other i.e. the order of attendance is not relevant to the knowledge Click here for more

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