Question:

Should I attend loan officer continuing education courses?

Answer:

Sometimes a lending company will require that all their employees further improve their skills and may ask that all attend loan officer continuing education courses. Those courses will usually be partially or fully paid for by the company.

Even if the company does not contribute to continuing education courses for their loan officers, it is worth attending some. You will not only get certified, but will acquire new skills and learn about current loan officer industry trends. Perhaps, attending loan officer continuing education courses will give you an idea as to how you would like to develop your career further.

Many schools will offer loan officer education courses on a continuing basis. You should think of attending seminars, workshops, conferences so as to share experience and ideas with loan officers from all over the States.

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