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CIPS South Africa exam update

CIPS 9 July 2021
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Attention South Africa CIPS students, 

Due to the rising number of covid cases Monday and Tuesday exams have been cancelled at these exam venues:

CIPS Cape Town (Metrofile) CBE centre

CIPS Durban (Cloud Com) CBE centre 

CIPS Johannesburg (Global Community) CBE centre

CIPS Johannesburg (Global Community) CBE centre (room 2)

CIPS Pretoria (Global Community) CBE centre

All exams at CPUT have been cancelled due to no-one permitted on campus. 

Ongoing disruptions from the Coronavirus pandemic and evolving government guidance on the safe delivery of examinations means that exams bookings are subject to change. 

Changes that affect your country’s exam centres ability to safely deliver exams, will be communicated via email. Please check your email for these updates. Alternatively confirm via your myCIPS profile. 

Remote Invigilation (RI) exams will continue. All students scheduled to write via RI will be able to continue with their exams.  

Our main priority is the health and safety of our students. The whole CIPS team and community appreciates your understanding on the impact the pandemic has on the education sector. We wish each and every student the very best of luck with your learning journey. We will continue to support and update you regularly.

 

Stay safe,
Sarie Homan
CIPS Head of South Africa Professional Body

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