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National Mortgage Professional
Feb 06, 2007

TrainingPro announces launch of NAMB's online continuing education centerMortgagePress.comTrainingPro, National Association of Mortgage Brokers, Online Continuing Education Center, education, TrainingPro has developed and officially launched an Online Continuing Education Center for the National Association of Mortgage Brokers. The launch of this online learning center is one initiative under the TrainingPro/NAMB education agreement, established this summer. The center, located online at, gives the more than 27,000 members of NAMB access to TrainingPro's comprehensive online course curriculum, national cross-certification program and member discounts. TrainingPro's course curriculum has been helping mortgage professionals across the country satisfy their state continuing education requirements for more than seven years. Courses are accredited in 25 states and include required topics such as, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, the Federal Truth-In-Lending Act, the Equal Opportunity and Fair Credit Acts, Recent Developments in Federal Mortgage Regulation, Ethical Principles & Practices in Mortgage Lending, and State Law Supplements. "We are extremely pleased to see the launch of the Online Continuing Education Center," said NAMB Education Committee Jim Pair. "NAMB strives to serve its members in the most advanced, efficient ways possible, and TrainingPro will be a key contributor to our education progress. Our education agreement will help us advance in our mission to elevate the industry through education." The online learning platform can be accessed by visiting, clicking on the "Education" tab in the top navigation bar and scrolling down to "TrainingPro's Online Courses." "Launching the online education center for NAMB members and its state association partners is a milestone for TrainingPro, said TrainingPro CEO Christopher Nickerson. We are aligned with a solid organization that has a similar mission and values, and we are very fortunate to further expand our national presence through their education platform," For more information, visit or
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