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Genworth Announces Free Training Courses in April

""Genworth U.S. Mortgage Insurance"":http://mortgageinsurance.genworth.com/ (USMI), a unit of Richmond, Virginia-based Genworth Financial, Inc., announced it will offer 24 training classes in April to help mortgage lenders and servicers improve their efficiency and build their business.


Genworth offers an extensive slate of training courses through classroom teaching, instructor-led webinars, and videos and recorded webinars that customers can access and complete at their own pace.


Among the courses offered in April, participants can learn how to examine loan documentation to detect fraud; analyze appraisals; underwrite a self-employed borrower; and use the GSEs' automated underwriting systems. Other courses available this year will teach participants how to build their origination business, understand credit reports, process HARP 2.0 refinances, and use social media to enhance their professional brand.

The firm provided training for 26,564 participants in 2012, helping new and seasoned mortgage industry participants stay current on the mortgage and mortgage insurance industries, market conditions, and regulatory environment.

""Our extensive training curriculum provides customers with insight and education on the latest mortgage industry processes and trends to help them produce quality loan portfolios and grow their business,"" said Danny Williamson, director of sales and customer training for Genworth USMI.

All training courses are offered free of charge to participants. Interested parties can download the latest calendar, read full course descriptions, or register for courses through Genworth USMI's ""website"":http://mortgageinsurance.genworth.com/Training/Default.aspx.

About Author: Tory Barringer

Tory Barringer began his journalism career in early 2011, working as a writer for the University of Texas at Arlington's student newspaper before joining the DS News team in 2012. In addition to contributing to DSNews.com, he is also the online editor for DS News' sister publication, MReport, which focuses on mortgage banking news.

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