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A programme of revision training courses aimed at helping advisers obtain their CeMap qualification ...

A programme of revision training courses aimed at helping advisers obtain their CeMap qualification is being offered by mortgage network The Mortgage Operation (TMO).

TMO has launched the revision courses in a bid to help advisers prepare and pass their CeMap exam in time for the December 2002 deadline. According to the network, around two thirds of brokers still do not have the qualification under their belts. Starting in November, the courses will provide two days’ training on each of the three CeMap papers and the Bridge/MAQ paper. The courses will be held in London and Chester and depending on demand, will be made available on a national scale.

Mark Charlesworth, managing director of TMO, said that the subsequent impact on the industry from mortgage regulation is something that can not be ignored and that advisers need to be aware that unless they are fully qualified, they will no longer be able to offer mortgage advice from December next year.

‘Mortgage brokers need to ensure they are fully prepared for next year’s deadline and as we are aware there, is a great number who are yet to start the process to become fully compliant,’ he said.

l For an information pack, email cemap@mortgageuk.com.

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