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TrigoldCrystal uploads You Tube training videos

TrigoldCrystal has produced its latest set of training videos and has uploaded them onto You Tube.

The training videos cover Trigold’s Prospector and client relationship management systems, and include a total to pay calculator, updated fee options, and ways to compare products.

They also cover areas such as debt consolidation, debt management, and shared ownership.

David Aylmer, business development director at TrigoldCrystal, says: “Our clients are all busy people and we need to be flexible with our training solutions.

“Alongside our live Academy events and live online training, our training videos offer a solution for those who want to learn at their own pace or out of office hours.”

Brokers can access the videos by going to the You Tube website and searching for TrigoldCrystal.

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