Changes to PropertyMark examinations from January 2018

Propertymark have made changes to their qualifications in preparation for the new national Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), which came into effect on 2 January 2018. 

There will be some minor changes to examination topics for all examinations taking place after this date.

One of the main changes has been to create a common unit 1 across the Level 2 and Level 3 awards.  This means that once learners have successfully passed this common unit they will be exempt from unit 1, should they progress to another qualification. 

For the lettings suite of qualifications at Level 3 (Residential Letting and Property Management, Residential Inventory Management and Practice and Residential Tenancy Deposit Protection and Management), units 1 and 2 will be the same across each qualification. 

This means that once Level 3 learners have completed units 1 and 2 they will be exempt from these units, should they progress to another qualification in this suite.

For more information and to help you understand the specific unit changes that may affect your upcoming examination topics, please see the hyperlinks below. 

PMQ Exam Changes L2 Residential Lettings

PMQ Exam Changes L2 Residential Sales

PMQ Exam Changes L3 Chattels Auctioneering

PMQ Exam Changes L3 Real Property Auctioneering

PMQ Exam Changes L3 Residential Inventory Management Practice

PMQ Exam Changes L3 Residential Lettings (Northern Ireland)

PMQ Exam Changes L3 Residential Lettings

PMQ Exam Changes L3 Residential Sales

PMQ Exam Changes L3 Residential Tenancy Deposit Protection and Management

PMQ Exam Changes L4 Residential Lettings

PMQ Exam Changes L4 Residential Sales

PMQ Exam Changes L5 Residential Lettings (Scotland)

PMQ Exam Changes L6 Residential Inventory Management and Practice (Scotland)

PMQ Exam Changes L6 Residential Lettings (Scotland)