In my last Blog, I set forth the proposition that for the rest of the year I would give you ways (or “how”) First National Title Insurance (FNTI) can be of service to you and your work family.
Abraham Lincoln said, “My best friend is one who gave me a book I ain’t read.” Yes, he did said, “ain’t.” (Interesting fact: My grandfather was named after Abraham Lincoln, as he was born on the same day 100 years later!)
This month, we will talk about education and its place in your professional development and your work families.
The more you know and learn about your chosen profession, the better you are able to grow—it’s that simple.
Here are some examples of how FNTI can be of service to you in this endeavor:
- Our monthly webinars on the third Tuesday of each month have provided over 1,200 hours of continuing education to our FNTI agent family.
- We have 18 TREC-approved courses that you can offer to your real estate agent customers that provide them with continuing education credit. These can be presented at your office or anywhere you choose, and you would be amazed at the creativity of locations we have experienced. Our classes range from your traditional “black letter” topics to subjects as diverse as time management and body language.
- We can design classes for your company where we come to you and present a variety of topics specially crafted to your needs.
- If you are a TLTA member, you can get hours with the On-Demand Seminars we offer in conjunction with TLTA. Please ask if you want to know more.
Offering these sorts of services is good business for us. The reasons are far reaching and include:
- We would rather you use FNTI for your education needs than one of our competitors.
- If we can help you grow your business that is more business you will send to FNTI.
- The more education the agents have, the more knowledge they have, and the likelihood of claims goes down.
- We truly enjoy interacting with our customers—it’s fun!
Please let us know if you have any questions on this “how” and be ready to hear about more in the months to come.