The Certificate in Mortgage Advice and Practice (CeMAP®) is a QCF Level 3 qualification specific to the UK.
The CeMAP® meets standards set by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for those aiming for a ‘licence to practice’, so if your goal is to work in the mortgage industry, then our mortgage advisor course is the perfect way for you to achieve your CeMAP® qualification.
CeMAP® has long been recognised as the leading qualification in the financial services industry, with 80% of mortgage advisors having achieved the certificate. It is truly considered throughout the industry as the benchmark qualification.
The content and structure of the CeMAP® training has been designed to meet the regulatory requirements and demands of a career in financial services. Employers from across the sector have assisted in the development of CeMAP®, meaning that the content aligns with real-world requirements that employers are looking for.
Once you have completed your training and CeMAP® exams to achieve your qualified status, you are awarded full certification and can add the designation ‘CeMAP’ after your name, confirming your CeMAP® qualification to potential employers and future clients.
What you will learn
The CeMAP® qualification is made up of seven compulsory units which are assessed in three modules:
CeMAP® Module 1
Unit 1 - Introduction to Financial Services Environment and Products (ITFS)
Unit 2 - UK Financial Services and Regulation (UKFS)
ITFS and UKFS each culminate in a one hour objectively tested examination comprising of 50 multiple choice questions
CeMAP® Module 2
Unit 3 - Mortgage Law, Policy, Practice and Markets (MLLP)
Unit 4 - Mortgage Applications (MAPP)
Unit 5 - Mortgage Payment Methods and Products (MPMP)
Unit 6 - Mortgage Arrears and Post Completion Issues (MAPC)
MLLP, MAPP, MPMP, MAPC each culminate in a 30 minute objectively tested examination comprising of 25 multiple choice questions.
CeMAP® Module 3
Unit 7 - Assessment of Mortgage Advice and Knowledge (ASSM)
The examination for ASSM is a 2 hour test with 6 case studies, each with 10 multiple choice questions.