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Flashcards in 1.1.2 Categories of Registration: Requirements of Registration Deck (10):
1

State the two main categories of registration and all the 12 subcategories (12)

A
Profesional:
Professional Architect
Professional Senior Architectural Technologist
Professional Technologist
Profesional Draftsperson

B
Candidate:
Candidate Architect
Candidate Senior Architectural Technologist
Candidate Technologist
Candidate Draftsperson

2

Practice in Category (1)

A
No person may Practice in any category for which they are not registered

3

How are Candidates allowed to work (1)

A
Must perform work only under the direct supervision of a registered professional

4

Briefly describe the Registration process (4)

A
A person must apply for registration for the categories stated in section 18 (1)
B
The Council must issue the Applicant in the relevant category and issue a certificate
C
Professional Registration issued based on demonstration of their competence and passed any exams that may be determined by the council
D
Candidate Registration issued based on passing exams in an accredited institution. Or having presented evidence of prior learning in Architecture

5

Which scenarios will result in a Refusal of registration (6)

A
If applicant has been removed from an office of trust
B
Convicted of an offence in SA without the option of a fine
C
Convicted in foreign country without he option of a fine
D
High court judgement of being of unsound mind
E
As long as under punishment by items in this Act
F
Unrehabilitated insolvent

6

Which scenarios will result in a Cancellation of Registration (6)

A
Council may cancel registration if come under section 19(3)
B
Has erroneously been registered
C
Fails to pay the prescribed annual fee
D
When a candidate qualifies the council must cancel the registration as candidate
E
Cancellation due to improper conduct may only happen once the investigation has been concluded
F
Despite cancellation, the registered person remains liable for any fee, arrears or penalty imposed whilst the person was still registered.

7

What is the stance on Authorized Titles use (1)

A
A registered person may use the title specified by the council.

8

Which scenarios can come into play at the time of Renewal of Registration (3)

A
A registered person must at least 3 months prior to the expiry of their registration apply in the prescribed manner.
B
The Council may determine conditions of renewal of Registration
C
Also register after:
Paying the prescribed fee
Pay any arrears of annual fees
Pay any expenses incurred by the council to collect arrears
Pay any penalties imposed by the council

9

What actions need to be taken around the return of ones registration certificate (1)

Any person who's registration has been cancelled in terms of the act has to return the certificate to the registrar within 30 days from the date as directed by the registrar

10

What should be done if a Grievance is felt because of cancellation (3)

A
If not agree on refusal to register, pay the prescribed fee and within 30 days from time of become appeal
B
Council must at first ensuing meeting within 60 days of receipt of appeal decide on appeal and provide appellant with reason for decision
C
If the appeal is again the cancellation of registration, the registration may not be affected until the appeal has been decided.