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MBA Education Relaunches Online Self-Study Library

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 09, 2016

The Mortgage Bankers Association’s training and education division, MBA Education, has announced the re-launch of their online self-study library. The new library will consist of digestible, accessible and affordable courses so lenders of all sizes can get the quality training they need.

“One of MBA’s core strengths is its incredibly diverse membership, from large financial institutions to community banks, credit unions, and independent mortgage bankers,” said Jeffrey M. Schummer, MBA’s Vice President of Education Development. “We completely overhauled our online self-study library so our members can right size a fully updated, enriched training plan for themselves and their employees.”

MBA Education’s online self-study library consists of comprehensive, skill-based training for all experience levels. Courses are developed by MBA Education staff instructors, Certified Mortgage Bankers (CMBs) and industry experts, while the convenient online platform enables employees to take a course from the comfort of their desks. The user-friendly courses are organized in a way to help trainees easily search and select the topics that are most relevant to their work.

Courses can be purchased both through MBA Education’s store on a retail basis or via corporate sales.

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