The functions of the Council include the following:

Regulate and Control
The activities of registered professional architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, allied professionals, graduates and technicians within Swaziland and to advise the Government on those matters;
Registration Management
Keep and maintain a register of registered professional architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, allied professionals, graduates and technicians;
Examinations and Certifications
Hold and or arrange for the holding of examinations that the Council considers necessary for the purpose of enabling persons to qualify for registration under this Act;

 

Applications for Registration
Approve and Reject Applications for Registration under this Act or to approve any application subject to any restrictions it may consider fit to impose;
Learning and Education
Promote Learning and Education in connection with architecture, engineering, surveying and allied professional work, either or in conjunction with any professional association;
Standards Management
The Establishment and Maintenance of  Standards for professional conduct and ethics of architects, engineers, surveyors, allied professionals, graduates and technicians;

 

Promote and Regulate
Promote and Regulate inter-professional liaison between architects, engineers, surveyors and allied professionals in the public interest;
Coordinate and Establish
Coordinate the establishment of mechanisms for registered professional architects, engineers, surveyors and allied professionals to gain international recognition
Rates of Fees
Determine the rates of fees to be charged for services rendered by registered professional architects, engineers, quantity surveyors and allied professionals.