General Information


Studying with the PMI

PMI - The Pensions Management Institute

The PMI was formed in 1976 to promote professionalism amongst those involved with pensions. It is an independent, non-political organisation which establishes, maintains and improves professional standards in every aspect of pension scheme management and consultancy.

The PMI is the institute for pensions professionals working in pensions or a related area, like human resources or payroll. 

Contact details:

The Pensions Management Institute, Devonshire House, 60 Goswell Road, London EC1M 7AD.

Lifelong Learning Team: 020 7247 1452


Study Resources offered by PMI

This is the start of your online study programme.

Early preparation and a planned study schedule for the examinations is essential.

Study Resources offered by PMI

This is the start of your on-line study programme.

Early preparation and a planned study schedule for the examinations is essential.  The following key activities are particularly recommended:

  1. Study the on-line material and resources provided.
  2. Become familiar with each of the three fictitious pension schemes on which the CPC examination are based.  See section on Scheme Booklets.
  3. Practice previous calculations and letters and check against the summary answers which can be found in the relevant Examiners’ Reports.  See section on Past Papers & Examiners’ Reports.
  4.  Read copies of past Examiners’ Reports to understand the common problems that are encountered and how to avoid them.  See section on Past Papers & Examiners’ Reports.
  5. Attend a revision course at the PMI (if numbers allow)

Studying using the PMI On-Line Learning Resources

Studying using the PMI On-Line Learning Resources

  • The on-line learning resources are accessible from any computer that provides access to the internet.
  • Learners will have immediate access to any changes in content and material connected with the CPC examinations.

Please be mindful that, although covering numerous scenarios, the on-line examples cannot cover each and every permutation on which learners may be tested in the examinations.