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An Update From the NAMB Education Committee: June 2012

Rocke Andrews
Jul 01, 2010

NAMB’s Education Committee has been supporting state organizations in their education programs. NAMB is an approved NMLS education provider and has continuing education classes to fill NMLS requirements. States have been using education programs to build membership, as they are either providing free or low-cost CE credits as a means to membership. Classes are put on by NAMB with the local states usually providing the instructor and classroom. Costs to NAMB are the costs to upload to the NMLS site plus $10 per upload. Books and education materials are published and sold by Hondros Learning and come out to about $25 each, depending on volume. In addition, NAMB has three online course providers who provide a discount to NAMB members accessing their sites through the NAMB Education Web page (Abacus Mortgage Training, Mortgageeducation.com, and the Association of Mortgage Educators). They also have pre-licensing education available for those working on their initial license, as well as pre-test refresher courses. We are also working at adding non-CE classes to our library, including sales and marketing, business, and product knowledge. If there is anything else you might need or have ideas on how NAMB can better provide education benefits to its members, please contact me by e-mail at [email protected] Rocke Andrews, CMC, CRMS is a member of the NAMB Board of Directors and Education Committee Chair. He may be reached by phone at (520) 886-7283 or e-mail [email protected]
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