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eMail: SAIDraughting@global.co.za

South African Institute of Draughting ® NPC

The South African Institute of Draughting (SAID) is an independent professional body established in 1953 to promote the interests of all members in all professions constituting the Built Environment.

The Insitute's core objectives are to promote the practice of draughting and design; ensure that the integrity of the profession is adhered to by maintaining a disciplinary process through the Code of Conduct; manage all business in a fair, transparent and respectful manner.

The SA Institute of Draughting is the "Voice of the Draughtsperson" and strives to serve its members, interacting with all role players and associated industries, being mindful and conscious of necessary changes in the environment to transform and promote the profession.

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Members of the Institute may 'Register Now' and 'Sign In' below and place free advertisements to:

•  advertise business and services  •  offer employment for position(s) vacant  •  offer mentorship to persons requiring practical experience for professional registration purposes  •  seek employment  •  request a mentor for professional registration purposes

Non-Members of the Institute may 'Register Now' below to place advertisements for:

•  employment  •  events

An administration fee will be levied to Non-Members for each advertisement placed

Disclaimer

The placing of any advertisement is at the discretion of the Institute and it is the prerogative of the insitute to approve or reject any advertisement.
The Institute will not be held liable, either financially or otherwise, should a dispute arise between an applicant and a potential employer / client, statutory council or any other entity.

Advertisements will be placed for a maximum period of three months.

Voluntary Associations

The Institute is Recognized as a Voluntary Association of the South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP) and the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA).