What are the requirements to become a mortgage broker?

To become a mortgage broker you need to have access to lenders to provide the products. Most of the lenders that you would need to deal with require you to have a membership with an industry association. (FBAA - Finance Brokers Association or MFAA - Mortgage & Finance Association - Previously MIAA). These associations require a Certificate IV in Financial Services (Finance/Mortgage Broking) to have been completed. You would also need to provide a Police check and Credit check on yourself.

Is the course nationally recognized?

Yes, the Certificate IV in Financial Services (Finance/Mortgage Broking) – FNS40810 has been mapped against the Australian Quality Training Framework and is delivered by experienced mortgage brokers under arrangement with the National Finance Institute.

How do I get further information?

Please call our trainers on 1300 136 947, or Click Here to Enquire Now
We look forward to hearing from you and registering your place in the next course.

How do I book my place in the next course?

To book your place in the course, return the completed registration form either by post to:

Mortgage Broker Training
PO Box 6478
North Sydney NSW 2059

By faxing the form to 1300 136 948 or Enrol Online by clicking here.

What career opportunities will it provide on completion?

You may seek employment (including self-employment, contract work or as a franchise) in finance broking or mortgage broking. It may also lead to employment in mortgage lending within a bank, building society, credit union or mortgage manager.

How do I become an Accredited Mortgage Broker?

This nationally recognized, comprehensive 3-day course is recognized by the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) as suitable for the professional development of mortgage originators. Successful completion of this course along with successful completion of the MFAA Initial Compliance Pack module will fulfil the education requirements for Accredited Mortgage Consultant status.

Why this Course?

The Certificate IV (FNS40810) / Mortgage Consultant Qualifying Certificate maintains a perfect balance between theory and industry-based case studies to deliver results that can be immediately applied in the competitive marketplace. The course is delivered by qualified trainers who are active in the industry and have years of mortgage broking experience.

Who has this course been developed for?

1. People currently working for, or as, a mortgage broker or similar who are looking to formalize their skills and knowledge; or
2. People working for a mortgage manager, bank, credit union, building society or similar and are seeking employment (including self-employment) as a mortgage broker; or
3. People outside the industry who are considering entering the Mortgage Broking Industry

How long will this course take to complete?

The face-to-face workshop is delivered in 3 days. You may choose to do your assignments either during these 3 days or after completing the course. You have 6 months to complete the course as distance education mode.

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