When looking to become CeMAP-qualified, there are a number of ways to go about it. In-house and on-site CeMAP training does not suit everybody and there are a number of reasons why doing your CeMAP by distance learning could be the best option for you.
CeMAP Distance Learning Advantages:
Flexibility: With a CeMAP distance learning course, you are free to study how and where you like. If you want to study on Monday nights or Saturday mornings, you can. If you have time to read on the train on the way to work, you can. Fit your CeMAP study in and around work, family, social life or whatever other commitments you may have.
Cost: CeMAP distance learning is often much cheaper than an onsite or in-house CeMAP course. Plus, there is no need to use up your holidays or take any time off work at all if you don’t want to. Some companies also offer finance options to allow you to spread the cost, meaning you can study straight away.
Study At Your Own Pace: An on-site training course requires commitment to whole days and a set timetable. No matter how small a study group is, there is only so much time that can be spent on one point. When doing the CeMAP by distance learning, you can spend as much or as little time on a point as you wish – and a good distance learning course will offer some tutor support if you do find yourself stuck on a point.
Of course, no matter how great a distance learning course may be you will need to be self disciplined to take full advantage of the many advantages this method of study brings. A quality distance learning course will really help with this so be sure to ask all the questions you need to be certain you’re happy with your chosen CeMAP distance learning provider.