In terms of Section 13(k) of the SACPCMP Act No. 48 of 2000, the Council is empowered to determine the conditions relating to the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) of registered persons relating to Project and Construction Management and Construction Health and Safety to protect the public interest.

The rationale for CPD is to develop, enhance and maintain professional competency of registered professionals to ensure that the technical knowledge base is improved in an orderly and on a continuous basis.

All Registered Professionals need to renew their registration every five (5) years to maintain their registration in a manner prescribed by the Council. Given the CPD activities that need to be undertaken, the SACPCMP requires that  all Registered Persons update their CPD profiles online.

Login to your profile and follow the steps on the CPD video tutorial on how to upload your documents.



Safeguarding Yourself!

The Importance of Continuing Your Professional Development and Why CPD Matters

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is your safeguard! Not only does it keep you legally compliant, and up-to-date with industry trends and developments, but it ensures that you stay relevant in an increasingly competitive environment.
As an on-going process that continues throughout every responsible professional’s career, CPD is a legal requirement.

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