The CeMAP syllabus consists of a total of 7 papers, which are assessed as part of 3 modules.
Unit 1 – Introduction to Financial Services Environment and Products
Unit 2 – UK Financial Services and Regulation
Both units in this introductory module provide a good exploration of the financial services environment and a good overview of the main financial service products. CeMAP 1 also looks at the legal framework that the financial services industry operates in, and looks at the relationship between legislation and regulation.
Unit 3 – Mortgage Law, Policy, Practice and Markets
Unit 4 – Mortgage Applications
Unit 5 – Mortgage Payment Methods and Products
Unit 6 – Mortgage Arrears and Post Completion Issues
The 4 units of CeMAP 2 build upon the foundations of knowledge in CeMAP 1, and includes a detailed look at the policies, procedures and legislation when purchasing a property, and also looking at the potential issues that may be faced by customers after a mortgage has been completed. Focussing the student’s understanding of the different types of mortgage and financial products that may be available for a customer, CeMAP 2 also develops the students understanding of the need to explore the suitability of these products for their customer.
Assessment of Mortgage Advice and Knowledge
CeMAP 3 consists of a case study that is designed to bring together the knowledge andskills that the student has acquired during the previous two modules. Students will be required to take the part of a mortgage advisor and assess a client’s needs and circumstances and identify an affordable and suitable mortgage solution.
What next after you have completed the CeMAP syllabus?
Once you’ve completed all three CeMAP syllabus papers, you can then go on and complete the Diploma in Mortgage Advice and Practice.