Course Dates and Booking
The CeMAP training courses that we offer are delivered on a regular basis at different locations. As a business based in the north of England, and in order to guarantee the quality of our training courses, we tend to offer these courses in Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds/Bradford.
There are two separate courses, a 5 day course for CeMAP 1 and a separate 5 day course for CeMAP 2/3.
Please also be aware that if you do book both courses, we do give you complete 100% flexibility to transfer onto another course date, so if you do the first course and then decide you need to change the date of your 2nd course, we can do that for you completely FREE of charge, unlike other training companies!
We also provide a come back FREE again for an UNLIMITED period, again unlike other training companies!
Please note that with all price options, you do need to be aware that there is always a separate exam registration cost of £185 for each of the 3 exams that you have to pay to the examination body, the LIBF. The number to call to them to pay this is 01227 818609.
CeMAP 1, and CeMAP 2 & 3 in Warrington Course Dates
(CeMAP 1 course runs over 5 days, CeMAP 2 & 3 course runs over 5 days)
Home Study / DIstance Learning
BSc (Econ) 2(i), History & Economics
University of Wales, Abersystwyth (1988 - 1991)
Creation, design, and delivery of CeMAP and CeRER training courses, to enable individuals to pass the regulatory exams necessary to be a mortgage/financial adviser.
I do this for both individuals and financial
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The London Institute
of Banking & Finance
Recognised CeMAP® Learning Support Provider
This learning support is recognised by The London Institute of Banking & Finance as being an appropriate additional resource for students undertaking its CeMap qualifications
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