CeMAP Course in London and Luton. This unique interactive CeMAP® classroom based course is designed for people who are new to the mortgage industry and covers the whole CeMAP® Syllabus in an easy-to-understand manner.
In this 10 days intensive training you will cover CeMAP® paper 1,2 and 3, units including from 1 to 6 and specimen Case Study Papers and then take 3 CeMAP® assessments.
CeMAP®1 – UK Financial Regulation
Unit 1: Introduction to Financial Services Environment and Products
Section 1: The UK financial services industry
Section 2: Financial Assets
Section 3: Financial Products
Section 4: The financial planning and advice process
Section 5: The main areas of financial advice
Section 6: Basic legal concepts relevant to financial services
Unit 2: UK Financial Services and Regulation
Section 1: The Financial Services Authority
Section 2: Money laundering
Section 3: Complaints and compensation
Section 4: Data protection
Section 5: Other laws and regulations relevant to advising clients
CeMAP®2 – Mortgages
Unit 3: Mortgage law, policy practice and markets
Section 1: Borrowers
Section 2: Mortgage and property regulation and law
Section 3: The house buying process
Section 4: From offer of advance to completion
Section 5: The economic and regulatory context for giving mortgage advice
Unit 4: Mortgage Applications
Section 1: The role of the mortgage advisor
Section 2: Assessment of status
Section 3: Assessment of security
Section 4: Guarantees and additional security
Unit 5: Mortgage payment methods and products
Section 1: Mortgage repayment methods
Section 2: Mortgage products and schemes
Section 3: Other mortgage-related products
Unit 6: Mortgage arrears and post completion
Section 1: Further advances and remortgaging
Section 2: Arrears, debt management and recovery
Section 3: Other post completion matters
Mortgage Conduct of Business Rules
Specimen Exam Papers
XeMAP®3 – Assesment of Mortgage Advice Knowledge
You will study specimen Case Study Papers and then take 3 CeMAP® assessments.
Modules 1 and 2 are each assessed in a two-hour exam consisting of 100 multiple choice questions. Module three is assessed in a two hour exam, but is made up of 60 questions based on six case studies.
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