1 Hour SAFE Elective: Working with Limited English Proficiency Borrowers | Online, Self-Study

Working with Limited English Proficiency Borrowers Highlights

This timely and relevant online course will explore critical concepts for companies to think about when creating or expanding programs and/or business processes to tap into the pool of borrowers whose first language is not English.

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  • Covers the topics you need to know to maintain your license and stay compliant
  • Beyond the ordinary check-the-box online training experience
  • Easy to complete anywhere, any time
  • Fast NMLS credit-banking


About This Course:
The United States is becoming more diverse, with an estimated 350+ languages spoken in households across the country. There is a huge opportunity for growth for companies that can tap into the vast LEP marketplace in a compliant manner. We’ll cover strategies to get your LEP program up-and-running (HINT: start small!) as well as fair lending pitfalls to avoid and other regulatory issues and expectations.

This Course is Successive Year Compliant

Successive Year Rule
The SAFE Act stipulates that a state-licensed MLO may not take the same approved course in the same or successive years to meet the annual requirements for continuing education. NMLS has interpreted the term successive years to mean two years in a row.


NMLS Approved Course ID 16200


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Course Credit:

1 Hour Continuing Education

Online Self-Study


  1. This online course features:
    • Convenient self-paced instruction – Start today!
    • Ability to view your progress and resume where you left off.
    • Knowledge checks to help you prepare for the final exam.
    • Interactive case studies, scenarios and activities (not all text-based).
    • Instant grading of final exam.
  2. NMLS does not approve courses that are taken on a mobile device. Attempting to complete this course with any mobile device may disrupt your learning experience.
  3. As a reminder, the SAFE Act mandates that an MLO may not take the same course two years in a row.