PPE Workshop
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2019/03/14 to 2019/03/15
When: Thursday, March 14, 2019
8:00 AM
Where: TBC
Johannesburg, Gauteng 
South Africa
Contact: Abigail Mnkandla
0114030954 or 0718588837

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PPE Workshop

(Name and some background info – bio on the presenter)

Christos Daskalakos is a part time member of staff in the Department of Architecture at the University of the Witwatersrand.He has practiced architecture and urban design both in London and Johannesburg. His experience includes working in local authorities and in small to medium sized architectural practices. Currently he runs his own practice and lectures Architectural Professional Practice to masters’ students and Small Business Practice to third year students. His research interests focus on architectural education. He is also a member of the GIFA Professional Practice Committee.

Course information (content)

We will be guided by the 'STUDY AID FOR PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE' as published by the South African Institute for Architects and available at the Gauteng Institute for Architecture




First day 8:00 to4:00pm

Second day 8:00 to 12noon


14/03/2019 & 15/03/2019

Closing date for Registration


Cost of workshop

r2000 Members & r2500 non-members

CPD Category


CPD credits


Course validation


Name of VA, ALS etc



Contact person


Abigail Mnkandla


0114030954 or 0718588837




Email address




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Pre required readings:
• The Architectural Profession Act (Act 44 of 2000)

• SACAP Board Notice 154 of 2009

• The identification of work

• Conditions relating to CPD

• The Voluntary Associations
• Professional fees Framework Notice 173 of 2011

• Styles of Practice
• Professional indemnity Insurance

• Types of Building Contract

• The JBCC Suite of Documents

• Duties and functions of the Principal Agent

• Forms of Sub-contract
• Tendering procedure

• Dispute Resolution

• The Business of Architecture

• The Cost of Practice

• Risk Work - what is at risk?
• The new circumstance facing the Built Environment Professions