Radian Guaranty Inc., the mortgage insurance (MI) subsidiary of Radian Group Inc. (NYSE: RDN), recently announced a major milestone in their National Training department, having trained more than 14,000 customers in 2012. Established in 2006, the National Training department is responsible for helping mortgage professionals of all experience levels stay educated and informed. Complimentary training is offered in three format options including in-person, instructor-led webinars and self-directed web-based training covering over 30 different courses.
“I’m proud of what our trainers have accomplished this year, further establishing themselves as the premier training team in the mortgage insurance industry,” stated Brien McMahon, Radian’s chief franchise officer. “Training has become an important value-added service for many of our customers, which is why it’s a priority for Radian. It’s Radian’s goal to help our customers write more business and surpass their own lending goals, and our training team strives to do that every day.”
“At Radian, we understand that our job is to help make our customers successful, and the training team is truly passionate about that,” said Kelli Brookman, assistant vice president of national training for Radian. “With courses covering mortgage industry fundamentals, MI product training, and sales and communication skills, Radian offers training throughout the country on more than 30 different topics. We offer everything from
Understanding and Reviewing Appraisals
Analyzing Income for the Self-Employed Borrower
Sell Like a Rock Star
“Radian’s training is unique in that it includes sales, personal development and team building training conducted by high caliber individuals,” stated Chuck Iverson, vice president of production for Sierra Pacific. “Radian has the capability of partnering with our divisional leaders on such things as communication and leadership assessments, sales skills and working as a team. The trainers weave their own experiences into the coursework to create true advancements in the individuals and teams who participate.”