Factors That May Impact Your CIPD Completion Time
The estimates that we’ve given for completing these CIPD courses are a guideline based on how long it takes most of our students to complete their qualification through self-led online learning.
However, your completion time will be entirely unique when you study with us. All our students work at their own pace, depending on their schedule, job and family commitments, experience, and motivation.
This means that if you’re really motivated to complete your course in a shorter time period, there’s nothing standing in your way! Similarly, if you suddenly become much busier at work or become unwell, you can take a break from your studies and pick them back up when the time is right.
Our extended support periods give you the flexibility you need for these kinds of occasions, as we always offer students more time than required to complete the course.
Other CIPD providers have set timetables that will determine how long your qualification takes, especially if you’re tethered to class times and teaching schedules. Do bear this in mind as you weigh up your options for your CIPD studies.
Remember that CIPD qualifications have no formal exams – instead, you’ll submit an assignment at the end of each unit which will then be marked by your tutor. At the end of the course, you’ll either pass or fail the qualification.