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Calling all Unemployed Built Environment Professionals!

Friday, 05 February 2016  
Posted by: Bert vd Heever
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The Council for the Built Environment Act, 2000 (Act No. 43 of 2000) establishing the Council for the Built Environment (CBE) was passed by Parliament in November 2000 along with the suite of Acts regulating and establishing the six built environment professions:

·         Architecture,
·         Landscape Architecture,
·         Quantity Surveying,
·         Engineering,
·         Project and Construction Management, and
·         Property Valuation.

The CBE, as the regulatory authority of these Built Environment Professions (BEPs), has among others, the responsibility of advising government on human resource issues in the South African BEPS. In line with its mandate the CBE is calling on allunemployed professionals (registered or not) within these six BEPs to submit their details and credentials. This information will be used to develop a detailed map of the available skills pool within the country and will provide a valuable source of data when planning for example, interventions aimed at unemployment and capacity development within the BEPs.

Kindly submit the following information to the CBE via email

1.    Full name and surname
2.    Nationality
3.    Place of residence
4.    Latest place, position and duration of formal employment
5.    Current period of unemployment
6.    List of qualifications and dates obtained
7.    Summary of professional experience gained

*Please take note that this advertisement is solely intended as a call for information and by no means does it constitute an offer for any form of employment.