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Registration as a Candidate Valuer

Application_form_for_registr.pdf

Registration_Requirements_Ca.pdf

Accredited_educational_Programs.pdf

To register as a Candidate Valuer, you need to be registered with the relevant tertiary institution for an accredited Valuation programme , at least three subjects ( SACPVP accredits their own Valuation programmes), an application form must be completed and forwarded to the Council with the necessary documents. For more information regarding other documents to be submitted please send an email to info@sacpvp.co.za

Note that annual fee is paid annually form the 1st of April and should the office not receive payment by 30 June, your registration will be cancelled and penalties added to the outstanding fees.

 


Registration as a Professional Associated Valuer

 

A candidate must submit his / her application form together with the record of experience in the valuation work to apply for the admission examination to become a Professional Associated Valuer.

Proof of qualifications ( graduation certificate) in Valuation proof of attendance for the Practical Workschool are pre-requisites  for applying for the  admission examination.  For more information regarding what documents are needed for applying, please send an email to info@sacpvp.co.za

Note that annual fee is paid annually form the 1st of April and should the office not receive payment by 30 June, your registration will be cancelled and penalties added to the outstanding fees.


Registration as a Professional Valuer

 

For a Professional Associated Valuer to become a Professional Valuer, he / she must have acquired sufficient experience to qualify to write an admission examination for Professional Valuers.

To apply for the Council admission examination, you must at leas be registered with the Council for a minimum period of three years.

As at 1st April 2019, a registered person must have a recognises four year degree in order to be able to apply for the Professional Valuer examination.

Note that annual fee is paid annually form the 1st of April and should the office not receive payment by 30 June, your registration will be cancelled and penalties added to the outstanding fees


Registration of International Qualifications
To be registered as a valuer or an associated valuer, a person from another country who is in possession of a foreign qualification recognized by the Council, shall:

Apply to the Council for registration by completing the prescribed application form, giving full details of practical experience of work in property valuation gained in the country of origin;
Pay the prescribed registration fee;
Gain practical experience of work in property valuation as contemplated in section 20(2)(a)(iii) of the Property Valuers Profession Act, for a minimum period of one year, under supervision of a professional valuer or a professional associated valuer;
Notify the Council of the name of the supervisor;
Submit a complete record, certified by the supervisor, of the practical experience gained in the Republic;
Pass two subjects covering South African property law;
Attend the practical workschool presented annually by The South African Institute of Valuers and pass the examination set at the end thereof;
Pass the Council's examination for professional valuers or professional associated valuers, as the case may be.


Accreditation of educational Institutions
Seven universities and universities of technology programmes have been granted accreditation in terms of the legal requirement of SACPVP.

 

Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
The CET Policy is now in place and from 01 April 2008 professionals have been requested to submit their CET points for the period 01 April 2007 till 31 March 2008. This is another legislative requirement to ensure that professionals keep up to date with developments in their profession.

CET includes activities such as attending workshops, seminars, conferences, delivering lectures and publishing papers on property valuation topics.

According to this policy, all professionals must submit a minimum of eight points of professional development annually and forty points within a cycle of five years in order to stay registered with the Council. This requirement does not affect candidate valuers.

As from 1st April 2017, the Council is increasing the number of CET points to be submitted annually to ten (10)



Consult Registrar for CET points for attendance of valuation appeal boards and any other activity.

 

Documents and Forms

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Exam GUIDELINES _2011.doc DOC (38.5 KB) Administration 2016-08-31
Form for Lodging a Complaint_July09.doc DOC (40 KB) Administration 2016-08-31
Accredited educational Programmes Updated .docx DOCX (77.74 KB) Administration 2016-08-31
Accreditation_Policy_and_Procedures_Mar2011.pdf PDF (153.42 KB) Administration 2016-08-31
SACPVP_IDoW_2011_09_30.pdf PDF (1.01 MB) Administration 2016-08-31
Property_Valuers_Profession_Act47_of_2000.pdf PDF (537.35 KB) Administration 2016-08-31
SACPVP_LODGING_A_COMPLAINT_060406.doc DOC (39.5 KB) Administration 2016-08-31
CET Progress Report Form_Till 31March2012.pdf PDF (8.43 KB) Administration 2016-08-31
CET POLICY.pdf PDF (144.41 KB) Administration 2016-08-31
Documents and Forms.docx DOCX (16.68 KB) Administration 2016-08-31

How to Register

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Application form for registration and exam.docx DOCX (59.79 KB) Administration 2016-08-31
How to Register.docx DOCX (16.85 KB) Administration 2016-08-31