South African Council for the Architectural Profession

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The South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP) is a professional organization for the architectural community in South Africa. It was established

"To guide, facilitate and promote a high standard of competency and responsibility in the architectural profession and to increase public awareness of the range of architectural services offered. To ensure the profession fulfills its total role in the development of South Africa."[1]

Its aim is to maintain the standard of education given to architects at technikons and universities through the granting of professional certification. These functions were taken over from the South African Council for Architects in 2001 due to the Architectural Profession Act 2000, Act 44 of 2000.

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  1. ^ "South African Council for the Architectural Profession". South African Council for the Architectural Profession. Retrieved 2007-02-01. 

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