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World of Banking

This web-based orientation is a motivating overview of the banking industry. It's an information-rich, multimedia tutorial that offers new and current employees an enjoyable learning experience. It's the perfect orientation for new bank staff as well as experienced staff.

 

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Loan Processor Course
This course contains 12 vital lessons that walk you through the steps and duties involved in being a Loan Processor. You will learn what a Loan Processor's job entails, important loan terminology, facets of the loan applications, how to read credit reports; about public policy and disclosures; the standard loan process and the more detailed mortgage loan process; you will be walked through the steps involved in processing loans; gain exposure to several software programs used in loan processing; how to review and assemble a loan package; how to conduct VOD's, VOE's and other necessary verifications; how to troubleshoot underwriting 'hot spots'; discover resources to get you started on your path to becoming a Loan Processor; and you will apply what you learned in the course by doing a practical exercise.

Mortgage Loan Officer
Mortgage Loan Officers are among the highest paid occupations there are. It is an exciting field that allows you to work at home as a commissioned officer, in a professional brokerage firm, or in a progressive salaried position. This richly informative course consists of 12 features of vital information on the Mortgage Loan Officer position, critical industry terminology, vital instruction on how to read a tri-merge credit report...

Retail Banking Awareness and Terminology Certification - $14.95
The Retail Banking Awareness and Terminology Certification tests important concepts and knowledge regarding the Terms used in Retail Banking. It attempts to assess the awareness of the terms used in Retail Banking.

Mortgage Loan Processor (Basic)
This self-paced course contains 10 vital lessons that walk you through the steps and duties involved in being a Mortgage Loan Processor. You will learn what a Mortgage Loan Processor's job entails, important loan terminology, facets of the loan applications, how to read credit reports; about public policy and disclosures; steps in the mortgage loan process; you will be walked through what goes into assembling a loan package; how to conduct VOD's, VOE's and other necessary verifications; what red flags are and how to recognize them; discover resources to get you started on your path to becoming a Loan Processor; and you will apply what you learned in the course by doing a practical exercise.

 

An Introduction to Investment Banking

This tutorial is intended for beginners and intermediary level candidates, it is not suitable for Market Professionals. The course is not on economics but on the every day workings of an investment bank.

 

Tellers

The teller is the person most people associate with a bank. Tellers make up approximately one-fourth of bank employees and conduct most of a bank’s routine transactions. Among the responsibilities of tellers are cashing checks, accepting deposits and loan payments, and processing withdrawals. They also may sell savings bonds, accept payment for customers’ utility bills and charge cards, process necessary paperwork for certificates of deposit, and sell travelers’ checks. Some tellers specialize in handling foreign currencies or commercial or business accounts.

 

 

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