CII exam candidates can be confident that whatever government guidance is issued to slow the spread of coronavirus in the coming months, they will still be able to be assessed.
The professional body contacted more than 2,500 candidates who were set to sit their written examinations on 6/7 July for units RO6, AF7, AF1 and AF5, to inform them they will now complete their exams by online remote invigilation if exam centres have to be closed.
The safety of CII examination candidates remains the professional body's greatest priority and the use of remote invigilation provides certainty that these exams will still go ahead.
The remote exams will be gradually rolled out, with some units starting in July, with remote invigilation for all multiple-choice exams available by the end of Autumn.
Remote invigilation will be available internationally and there will be no additional fee above the normal enrolment or exam fee.
For further information, visit: cii.co.uk/coronavirus-updates