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AllRegs and Total Learning Solutions Join Forces on FHA Training
Nov 30, 2011

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has awarded Total Learning Solutions (TLS) with a contract to provide nationwide technical assistance training to its business and industry partners. AllRegs Inc. is the exclusive mortgage industry partner of the TLS team. TLS and AllRegs (referred to as Team TLS) will be responsible for providing professional, technical and administrative services to deliver technical-assistance training nationwide via FHA, in conjunction with the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO) and the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), to its business and industry partners. The purpose of this training is to address the housing crisis by ensuring education on, and compliance with, FHA program guidelines. The delivery of this comprehensive training curriculum will support the implementation of policies and program changes to FHA programs as a result of legislation and other issues. “We are excited to be a part of Team TLS and for AllRegs to help deliver this important FHA training initiative to the mortgage lending industry,” said Dan Thoms, EVP of AllRegs.
Nov 30, 2011
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