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Pink Home Loans rolls out training schedule

Over the next few weeks Pink Home Loans will be rolling out its new training schedule to its existing customers, as well as those thinking of joining the network.

In addition to the weekly induction program that Pink runs from its head office in Lichfield, the company will also be holding weekly training sessions on its client management system: The KEY and also a weekly protection course.

In addition Pink will also have regular training events in areas such as bridging, TCF, compliant handling, managing your finances, and marketing.

Kay Leslie, network services director, says: “The primary driver for our new training schedule is to make all of our training courses readily accessible to our customers, as well as those looking to join the Network.

“2009 is going to be another tough year for intermediaries, but provided that they stay focused and make the most of every opportunity available, there is no reason why brokers should not be able to weather the storms ahead”.

She adds: “The courses will provide practical advice on how to increase the brokers business revenue and will cover off ideas to generate new business, as well as managing their cash flow. 2009 will be very much about working smarter to remain a successful player in the UK mortgage market and Pink wants to support its partners to achieve this.”

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