Why Do Building Inspectors Have to Register?

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This new registration category for building inspectors is aimed at protecting the public from substandard building practices as well as boosting the professionalism of the sector. This registration will provide a standard scope of service to ensure that all stakeholders have clear indicators in terms of the requirements and expectations pertaining to building inspectors.  Furthermore, the registration will provide a foundation for the professionalisation of building inspectors within South Africa and help to further the legitimisation of this occupational practice.

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Who Should I Register Through as a Building Inspector in South Africa?

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The South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions (SACPCMP) is the regulatory authority in South Africa that will register building inspectors as from October 2019.

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When can I apply for an exemption?

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You can apply for an exemption at anytime during your CPD cycle for the following reasons: retirement temporary withdrawal from professional practice extended leave due to illness or relocation

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What do I need to apply for a CPD exemption

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You need to be in good standing with the Council. Submit a letter of request, affidavit and ID copy to the CPD Coordinator Upon approval, you will be give 12 months of CPD exemption

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What happens if I do not comply after 5 years?

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You will be given 12 months grace period for you to be able to comply. If you are still not compliant at the end of that year, deregistration will follow.

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