Click the following links for more information on these qualifications offered by the CII:Qualifications offered by the CII
- Certificate in Financial Planning (QCF Level 3)
- Diploma in Financial Planning (QCF Level 4)
- Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning (QCF Level 4)
- Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning (QCF Level 6)
- Alternative Assessment (QCF Level 4)
Is studying with the CII right for you?
Click on the case studies on the right to read personal experiences of studying for the CII’s qualifications.More information and useful links
To visit the qualifications and learning section of the CII’s website, go to: http://www.cii.co.uk/pages/about/qualifications-learning.aspx
For an overview of the CII’s RDR solutions, visit: http://www.cii.co.uk/pages/financialservices/qualifications/RDR-implementation.aspx
If you are already studying with the CII and you have bought a study book, you’ll have access to RevisionMate and learning resources such as the CII online exam simulator, exam guides, study planner and discussion forum: http://www.revisionmate.com
If you are a member of the CII, you can login to this section and download past papers for the CII’s written exams: http://www.knowledge.cii.co.uk/category/resource-type/exam-guides#
To access a personal Learning Statement detailing the exams you’ve taken and the credits you hold: https://www.cii.co.uk/app/login/lslogin.aspx
To speak to someone at the CII, call 020 8530 0901.
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