How long does it take to get a CeMAP qualification?
21 January 2016
You may think that to gain a regulatory qualification such as CeMAP will involve attending college for months of training, but in reality the CeMAP qualification can be achieved in a much shorter time frame. Our Fast Track classroom-based CeMAP training programme is just 10 days in total, meaning you could complete your studies and pass your exams to become a fully qualified mortgage adviser a lot quicker than anticipated.
While taking a Fast Track CeMAP course may be a quick route to starting your new career, Simply Academy ensures that you will learn everything you will need to provide mortgage advice competently and confidently. These courses have been designed for students from all walks of life; you don’t need any prior knowledge or previous experience in the sector, and there are no prerequisite qualifications required, just a good understanding of English and mathematics and Simply Academy provide you with the rest.
Our course materials are streamlined to ensure students receive the right information in an easy to understand manner and teamed with the expert tutelage of our experienced course trainers, students will not only receive the knowledge and understanding they will need to complete their examinations but also the wealth of industry experience our tutors will offer them too which they can take forward into their new career.
Sometimes attending a classroom-based course isn’t feasible, which is why we can also offer the option to study online using our CeMAP study portal which can be accessed any time of the day or night via your PC, Mac or tablet. The e-learning course may take longer to complete if you are fitting your studies around your other commitments such as work and family life, but its flexibility means you can study at your own pace to gain your qualification, setting you on the path towards your chosen career as a mortgage adviser.
To find out more information about our Fast Track or e-learning CeMAP courses, please give our friendly student support officers a call on 01279 874 430.Back to News