This includes a printed study text, ebook and a printable PDF (ebook and PDF available on RevisionMate, with access granted for 18 months after enrolment) with electronic updates. Updates are available for 18 months after enrolment (further details on updates are included on the title page of the study text).
Developed to assist you in understanding and learning the exam syllabus, the study text breaks down the syllabus into concise sections, with each chapter containing clearly defined learning outcomes and a series of self-test questions.
ebooks are compatible with most portable electronic devices including Android tablets/smart phones, Kindles and iPads/iPhones. They can also be viewed on desktop and laptop computers using appropriate EPUB/Kindle reader software (required).
ebooks are not PDF files and cannot be printed. The reading experience will depend on the portable device used or the reading software installed, if viewed on a computer.
To check that the file formats are compatible with your device/chosen e-reader software, click on the link to download a sample: Free sample chapters.
PDFs can be opened and printed with Adobe Acrobat Reader (free download from http://www.adobe.com). You can also view a PDF on most portable electronic devices including Android tablets/smart phones, Kindles and iPads/iPhones.
It is strongly recommended that you:
• ensure you have sufficient paper/ink/toner before starting to print; and
• print double-sided, if supported by your printer.
You will have access to an unrivalled suite of online services to support your studies through our RevisionMate study tool. Please note: access is granted for 18 months after enrolment.
Support typically includes a study planner, a knowledge check (multiple-choice test) facility covering each chapter, student discussion forum, the latest examination guide and hints and tips on how to pass the exam. Full details will be provided with your study text.
This consists of a specimen examination (with multiple-choice questions), answers and useful hints on how to prepare for the examination.
Exams can be booked at the point of enrolment or at a later date.
The coursework assignment is submitted online via www.revisionmate.com, the CII’s online study tool. It consists of 10 questions that range between 10 and 30 marks and which sequentially follow the syllabus learning outcomes. You must gain 120 out of 200 marks to pass this component. The coursework assignment must be submitted within the first 6 months of the enrolment period. Assignments should be between 5,000–10,000 words in length.
Marking of assignments is included with the study text enrolment fee. Should a candidate fail an assignment, a re-submission fee will apply.
Find out more at www.cii.co.uk/coursework.