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CeMAP

Take Your CeMAP – and get ahead

Wanting to start a new career or take another step up the ladder at your place of work usually means planning on going back to college and taking a year at least to gain a new qualification. This does not always have to be the case, especially when it comes to the CeMAP qualification – which is the qualification you’ll need to become a mortgage advisor. If you want to take a CeMAP training course you can learn in the peace and quiet of your own home and in your own time – or take a full time course and learn faster.

Anyone wishing to give out information on any mortgage related topic must be qualified to do so. A mortgage advisor is a worthwhile job and it is also typically a well paid one. Taking time out to earn this qualification is well worth it .

You may choose to attend a full time course with others to get your qualification, but there are numerous advantages to studying CeMAP in your own home.

The first plus side to studying at home is that you can choose what days to study, what time of the day and for how long. It may be that to fit CeMAP training in with your lifestyle you need to change days every now and again – meaning this method requires motivation on your behalf. A full time course will generally mean you can get to exam stage faster but requires you commit your time, possibly even using your holiday leave from work.

When undertaking a CeMAP training course you will have to complete units 1, 2 and 3. Once you have undertaken your study and passed the exams, you’ll have your CeMAP and will be on the road to a new career as a fully qualified mortgage advisor.

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    testimonials

    The Course Content Was Excellent

    I used Brendon’s training programme to pass CeMAP exams, the course content was excellent, well scripted and designed for ease of understanding. I booked the course online not knowing anything about the company and a little sceptical that would be worth the money, however I would fully recommend the course to anyone considering a change of career.

    Tracey Burke
    Director, Mortgage, Equity release and Secured loan advisor

    10 Staff All Passed Their Cemap Thanks to Brendan

    10 staff all passed their CEMAP thanks to Brendan and they all provided excellent feedback on his style of training.

    Barry Fitzsimmons MA(Hons), DipPFS, Cert CII (MP)
    Independent Financial Adviser

    I Passed All Cemap Exams 1st Time

    I passed all CeMAP exams 1st time (majority distinction) with no revision aside from the tutelage under Brendan. 1st class!

    Craig Cooper CeMAP, CeRER
    Team Leader - Equity Release Support Advisor at Age Partnership

    THE Way to Learn CeMAP

    Brendan has a wealth of experience around financial services and Regulation and he delivers this with enthusiasm and good humour. His events are THE way to learn CeMAP.

    Simon Bailey
    Training & Development management professional

    I Would Recommend Brendan to Anyone

    Brendan is a great trainer, with the ability to keep the content relevant and engaging. I would recommend Brendan to anyone looking to undertake any LIBF Mortgage Advice Qualifications.

    Emma Lower
    CEO at Lendology CIC

    Excellently Structured Training Programme

    I studied for all my CeMAP qualifications through Brendan’s tutoring course. I passed all my exams first time with majority distinctions. I have no doubt this was due to his excellently structured training programme, which broke down the jargon and made the whole thing engaging and enjoyable.

    Mark Dickson
    Principal at Dickson Financial

    Recognised CeMAP® Learning Support Provider

    Recognition Statement
    This learning support is recognised by The London Institute of Banking & Finance as being an appropriate additional resource for students undertaking its CeMap qualifications

    Choosing a CeMAP® Training Company

    There are plenty of firms offering CeMAP® training in the UK, but the vast majority of their trainers have no teaching qualifications or experience. Isn’t that a bit of a concern, especially when some of them are charging over £1,000 per course?