Mortgage House Staff Train For a Diploma of Mortgage Lending
As part of an initiative by Mortgage House Managing Director Ken Sayer to set a benchmark for professionalism and competence in the Mortgage Industry, all Mortgage House Australia Home Loan sales, processing and communications home loan staff are required to complete the DML (Diploma of Mortgage Lending).
The latest graduation ceremony was for Diploma of Mortgage Lending and Diploma of Financial Planning students.
With 19 graduates, Mortgage House had more home loan employees than any other mortgage company graduate on the day.
It was held on Thursday 15 April in the ballroom at the Four Seasons, Sydney and hosted by the Securities Institute of Australia.
Greg Stevens, Mortgage House Australia’s National Sales and Home Loan Distribution Manager, received two awards on the night – Dux of NSW ($250 prize) and Dux of Australia ($1500 prize) for the DML mortgage course.
About the Diploma of Mortgage Home Loan Lending
The Diploma of Mortgage Lending has been developed to provide participants with a broad knowledge of the mortgage lending industry. Specialised knowledge is developed in the areas of credit analysis, mortgage financing and mortgage lending law. Students must complete all six modules plus the assessment to gain the Diploma qualification.
This nationally accredited course was developed in conjunction with the Mortgage Industry Association of Australasia (MIAA). The Institute’s experience as Australia’s largest single provider of specialist financial training ensures that course content is current and relevant to the workplace.
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