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Choosing your qualification

Whether you are new to revenues, benefits or valuation or have worked in it for some time, now is a good time to keep developing your knowledge and skills with IRRV Qualifications to help you to progress your career. Enrolments are available on module by module basis, making it both affordable & achievable.

All our distance learning modules are delivered online, offering a safe study option from the safety of your home, during these challenging times.

So, if you canít commit to studying the full Certificate or Diploma Qualifications at the moment, but want to keep your development moving, taking modules separately might be the right choice for you. For more information on fees, click here.  

You can also email us at distancelearning@irrv.org.uk or call us on 020 7691 8984 for more details.

To check which qualfication you may be eligible for, please check the links below:

Once you have made the decision to study, you will need to decide how you want to do this and which Study Centre you would like to study with.

We provide the Distance Learning provision but we still recommend you speak to many Study Centres to decide which approach is best for you. You may also need to discuss your decision with your employer who might even agree to sponsor you.

For more information, download the webinar which will point you in the right direction when choosing the course.

For more information on IRRV Honours, please click here or contact the IRRV Education Department, via email education@irrv.org.uk

Study Options

IRRV's Study Centre network provides a flexible range of study methods to enable you to fit your study around work and other commitments. Find out more about the range of currently available study methods by clicking here (this link will take you to the IRRV site).

Distance Learning
Distance Learning does not involve attendance at classes or workshop centres and means that you can proceed at your own pace, through prepared material and is the most flexible option. Being online means that you have constant access to the wide-range of learning resources (including past exam papers and relevant articles), so they are there when you need them. Tutor support is provided through your personal profile on the Distance Learning website, email and telephone.

For more information about this popular option, check out About Distance Learning

Part Time Study
Part-time study normally takes the form of day release. These usually require attending a class one day a week, for an academic year (October - May). To check where courses are currently running, please check Study Options.

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