Approved Course #11986
Course cost $350 + NMLS banking fees ($1.50/course hour) = $380
20-Hour SAFE PE Online
Class begins with a Zoom call at 3:00pm Pacific time on Tuesday, January 25, 2021. Your instructor will reach out via email a few days before class with additional details.
After the 3:00pm daily Zoom calls, the rest of the course is Self-Paced
This course runs for four days from Tuesday, January 25 through Friday, January 28, 2021.
The Knowledge Coop’s Pre-licensure Education (PE) is online and instructor-led. You’ll work through videos, activities, knowledge checks, class discussions, and homework assignments.
Each class day begins and ends with a class discussion over Zoom, and there are additional discussions scheduled throughout the week. To receive credit for taking this course, the NMLS requires your attendance at all discussions.
This course contains 20 hours of material designed to fulfill all of the pre-licensure education requirements for the federal requirements of all states. You may also need to take state PE in order to gain a license in a specific state.
Our 20-hour PE will prepare you to begin working in residential mortgage lending. We’ll guide you through the NMLS-approved pre-licensure topics with a fresh and investigative approach.
You’ll learn about:
- The federal laws that directly impact your job and the way you do business
- Traditional and non-traditional mortgage products and features
- Being an ethical loan originator
- The loan origination process
- Analyzing borrower data
Our SAFE Exam Prep is included!
Access to course content, study guides, SAFE Exam Prep, and our plentiful resource library will be available to you until you pass the SAFE exam.
Meet Your Instructors
Johnny Hines has been working in the financial industry for over 20 years, and has spent the last 15 years specifically working in the mortgage industry; he has held roles in operations, sales, and the secondary market. John is passionate about facts/learning and helping others gain success in their career path. He currently lives in Vancouver Washington, and enjoys traveling, trying new food, and networking with interesting people.