TMA’s online training more than doubles broker reach

TMA has revealed the average number of brokers who have attended its training sessions has increased by 129% during the coronavirus pandemic.

The mortgage club suggested the rise is a result of the industry moving online with training now more accessible to advisers working remotely across the UK.

The new virtual training sessions, otherwise known as High Intensity Interval Training (HiiT) sessions, were launched in April as the club continued to support advisers during the Covid-19 crisis.
The club has hosted a total of five classes so far and revealed it will be hosting a further five HiiT sessions for brokers over the coming weeks. The next run of sessions will focus on topics such as fraud, taxation in the buy-to-let market, wills and trusts, moving into equity release, as well as innovation and opportunities in the equity release market.
The HiiT sessions are aimed at DA firms across the UK looking for extra support in key areas – such as protection and GI sales training, compliance and technology. TMA added that each session allows advisers to connect with industry peers and share best practices on a variety of topics, including how to diversify revenue streams, as well as making the most of technological support.
TMA development director, Lisa Martin, commented: “Taking our training sessions online during the coronavirus pandemic has enabled a far greater number of advisers to access the relevant support easily and quickly.

“Supporting DA firms is our top priority, and we are confident that the next run of HiiT sessions will assist even more advisers looking to hone their skills in specific market areas and ensure that more are better-equipped to keep up with consumer demand.”

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