Any individual that is interested in becoming a Mortgage Adviser should contact us today. Our experienced trainers will teach you all that you need to get started as a Mortgage Adviser.
Anyone can enrol on this course, and there are no prerequisites to get started. However, you must pass the training for each level before attempting the exams.
The course will allow you to confidently talk to all customers regarding Financial Services and Regulations, Mortgage Law, the mortgage application process, along with other related services.
You will be able to answer all queries regarding equity release, ensuring customers receive the best information for their situation.
You will gain these exclusive benefits when studying with us:
With a full CeMAP and CeRER qualification, you will be able to become a Mortgage Adviser in the UK. There are many different career paths you can take, whether you are looking to start your own business, work within a bank, or in a Mortgage Advisory Firm.
With Mortgage Advisers needed throughout the UK, the qualifications gained from this course will help individuals start a rewarding career. The approximate salary per year for a Mortgage Adviser is 30k. However, with a commission, many make around £50k.
Other career options include:
We have developed an expert team over the last 10 years since our inception. In that time, we have trained over 600,000 delegates globally, which has helped offer the highest quality training, and we have earned a 5-star rating on Trustpilot, from over 10,000 students.
Some of our graduates’ work for large organisations including Apple, RackSpace, John Lewis, and the MOD.
The CeMAP 1 exam is a 2-hour objective exam made up of 100 multiple-choice questions. It will test your knowledge of UK Financial Regulation (UKFR), including:
CeMAP 2 is a 2-hour objective exam made up of 100 multiple-choice questions. CeMAP 3 exam is also 2 hours long, comprising 6 case studies, each with 10 linked multiple-choice questions.
The units you’ll cover during the CeMAP 2 & CeMAP 3 exam include:
CeRER Exam Details
The core Equity Release module is assessed through a single 2-hour objective exam, split into two units. Unit 1 is 50 multiple-choice questions, and Unit 2 is 3 case studies with 10 linked multiple-choice questions.
Exam format - Multiple-choice.
Number of questions - 50.
Pass mark - 35/50 (70%).
Equity Release Solutions
Exam format - Case studies, Multiple-choice.
Number of questions - 3 case studies with 10 questions.
Pass mark - 21/30 (70%).
The CeRER exam is assessed through a single 2-hour objective exam, split into two units. Unit 1 is 50 multiple-choice questions, and Unit 2 is 3 case studies with 10 linked multiple-choice questions.
Exam information for CeMAP and CeRER
Register with the London Institute of Banking & Finance to take your exams. The exams (including registration fees) are not included in the cost of the course.
For CeMAP there is an exam fee of £190 per exam (£570 for all three exams) and you can apply to take your exam anytime throughout the year, including via a test centre or remote invigilation online. The cost of a re-sit exam is £160 per exam.
For CeRER there is an exam fee of £220. The cost of a re-sit exam is £160.
We have found virtual classroom training has provided higher pass rates, which has made us confident to offer an ‘Exam Pass Guarantee’, so you know we’ll support you until you are certified.
With our Exam Pass Guarantee, if you do not pass the exam after attending this training course with us, you will be eligible to attend the same training again for free.
All we ask is that you:
Students retaking the course are required to use the materials and books distributed to them in their original course session. Failure to provide these materials will result in the student being charged for replacement materials.
Exam Pass Guarantee does not include the re-sit exam, this would need to be purchased at an additional cost.
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