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Mortgage Advice Qualifications

TAKE A STEP FURTHER IN YOUR CAREER WITH A CERER QUALIFICATION

10 October 2017

The popularity of equity release has increased substantially over the past few years, giving homeowners more access to, and flexibility with, the capital in their properties. With this growth in the market comes availability for newly qualified advisers to assist consumers with the important decisions of unlocking equity, and the task of finding the best possible deals to suit them. By completing your CeRER exam you will be able to offer this highly sought-after service, providing you the perfect next step in your financial services career.

The Certificate in Equity Release (CeRER) is an additional qualification for those who have already completed their CeMAP qualification and will give you the ability to offer this additional service to your clients, while attracting new consumers by opening up to a new clientele basis. Completing the CeRER training is a simple process, and Simply Academy are here to help you every step of the way. By attending a single days training course based in one of our training centres, you will learn the full CeRER syllabus, delivered by one of our industry experienced tutors, to cement your understanding and fully prepare you for your CeRER examination to complete your qualification. The CeRER exam is 2 hours in total and you will answer multiple choice questions based on the two units that complete the qualification. Once you have successfully completed the examination, you will receive full certification whereby you can use the designation “CeRER” after your name, giving your clients and employers the peace of mind of your qualified status.

For more information on how Simply Academy can help you complete your CeRER course and become mortgage advisor, please do visit our CeRER information page, or do get in touch with our friendly student support team on 01279 874 430 for more details.

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