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In our study group last night, there was a brief discussion about exemptions. Of course the modular exam allows for exemptions but only if the alternative is closely aligned to the module an exemption is being claimed for.

The IRSE information to students states:

[quote]It is possible to obtain exemptions from individual modules (except module 1) where you can demonstrate that you have passed an examination by a recognised body, which has substantially covered the syllabus of a particular IRSE examination module. Due to the specialised nature of the IRSE Examination, the scope for exemption is fairly limited.
Claims for exemption must be made within five years of obtaining the particular qualification for which recognition is being claimed. The reason for this condition is that the exemption is based on information that may not be available where a qualification has been discontinued
or changed. When an exemption is granted it will always remain

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Exemptions - by Peter - 05-02-2008, 02:55 PM
RE: Exemptions - by PJW - 05-02-2008, 09:24 PM

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