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  • 04/11/2002
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Mortgage network Misys has halved the cost of distance learning material for the Mortgage Advice Qua...

Mortgage network Misys has halved the cost of distance learning material for the Mortgage Advice Qualification (MAQ) to members of the Kestrel, IFA and Financial Options networks. The reduction will also be made available to Countrywide and DBS members shortly.

The software includes a tutorial programme designed to cover the syllabus in depth together with a revision/assessment programme that can be used in either a ‘revise’ or ‘exam’ mode. The package, reduced from £40 to £20, has five pre-set revision tests and feedback on overall knowledge gaps.

Andy Young, head of Misys Mortgage Services, said: ‘It is important we do all we can to ensure our members are suitably qualified to carry on giving mortgage advice in 2003. This dis-counted MAQ learning material, along with existing mortgage code support are examples of the benefits of the Misys network.’

Misys has also reduced its AFPC package from £50 to £25.


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