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The Mortgage Operation runs CeMAP revision courses

Broker network The Mortgage Operation is offering intermediaries assistance in obtaining CeMAP qualifications by running a series of revision courses over the next few months. The courses, which start in November, will focus on CeMAP papers one, two and three and the Bridge/MAQ paper. Two days revision will be spent on each paper and brokers can pick and choose which courses they attend.

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