People complete CII qualifications for many reasons. For
some, it is a basic job requirement, or indeed a regulatory
requirement. Others want to expand their knowledge and improve
their career prospects. For many, it is simply the desire to
achieve professional status in their chosen field.
Whatever your reason for taking a CII qualification, you'll
enjoy a host of benefits. These include:
- Progressive and flexible qualification
structure - building on existing knowledge at each level,
a flexible credit-accumulation system allows you to progress at
your own pace.
- Recognition of prior learning - credits are
available towards CII qualifications for relevant third-party
exams, reducing the time taken to complete, eliminating duplication
of learning and reducing cost. Find out more about our
recognition of prior learning service.
- An unrivalled portfolio of learning and revision
materials - enabling candidates and organisations to build
bespoke learning programmes to suit their particular needs.
- Market-leading designations and Chartered
status - completion of CII qualifications provides access
to the use of designations and titles that demonstrate achievement
and professional standing. Find out more about CII member
- A range of assessment methods - assessment
methods vary and depend on a unit's level and subject matter. From
multiple-choice and written exams, through to coursework assessment
mixed assessment (combining coursework and multiple-choice
exams). Find out more about CII
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