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Morf Media Partners With AMI on Mobile LO Training

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jan 15, 2016
Morf Media Inc. and America’s Mortgage Institute (AMI) have announced they are helping recruiters and banking managers attract, train and provide career path development for new loan officer recruits with an innovative program powered by the Morf Playbook

Morf Media Inc. and America’s Mortgage Institute (AMI) have announced they are helping recruiters and banking managers attract, train and provide career path development for new loan officer recruits with an innovative program powered by the Morf Playbook HR talent development platform. The partners are debuting the Mortgage Master Program, a comprehensive introduction to the mortgage industry designed for new career entrants unlike any other program on the market, both online and as an App.

“Perhaps the biggest beneficiaries of the loan officer shortage are college grads, with earning potential starting at $50,000 to $60,000 a year with an outlook of more than $100,000 as they move up the banking career ladder,” said Ginger Bell, SVP of e-Learning at Morf Media Inc. “But we know that Millennials want earning power and a meaningful career path coupled with technology innovation to stay on top of their game. That’s why we’ve partnered with America’s Mortgage Institute to power training with innovation. Plus the program keeps seasoned professionals up to date on the best practices for performing at their best in a fierce market for top talent.”

“Millennials trust the feedback and services of their peers more than any other generation,” said Andrea Gagliardi, AMI’s director. “The Mortgage Master Program offers game-like challenges and personalized technology, powered by the Morf Playbook, to help banks and lenders provide new hire training and accelerate career success as never before possible.”

The Mortgage Master Program, delivered on-line and as an App, provides approximately 50 hours of engaging, informative learning and leadership material that includes mortgage terminology, loan products, ethics, sales techniques and more. It provides the fundamental mechanics vital to every mortgage loan originator, including mortgage math, prequalification, loan program guidelines and compliance as it pertains to mortgage originations.

Developed by industry experts, Mortgage Master utilizes unique, active learning strategies on the Morf Playbook gamification platform with text-to-voice technology to keep learners engaged and enthusiastic about the content. It fills a definitive need for fundamental education to serve as a base for pre-licensing education, sharpen skills of existing loan originators and enhance current proficiencies of even seasoned loan originators.

Published
Jan 15, 2016
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