Following the success of its first Virtual National Training Event in November 2020, The Right Mortgage and Protection Network has announced its second online training event.
The inaugural event saw 545 attendees tune in live on the day, with a further 140 viewing the recording post-event.
The next Virtual National Training Event, which will be held on May 20, has been given the theme ‘Broker Evolution: Change. Adapt. Thrive’ and will focus on how their brokers have successfully implemented change, adapted their business models, and continued to evolve their brands in order to thrive in an ever-changing world.
The theme will be explored by their own brokers, lenders and provider partners, and will include:
Keynote presentations from some of the industry’s leading names
Best practice advice from some of the network’s top brokers
Panel discussions across multiple product lines, including the ability for members to submit their questions
A virtual exhibition hall featuring videos, guides and more
An awards ceremony celebrating their member’s achievements.
The event will also include a catch-up option, giving advisers the opportunity to access content from the event at any point after it has taken place.
Martin Wilson, chief executive officer at The Right Mortgage, comments: “Following the success of our National Training Event last year, we are excited to announce our May edition featuring a range of content from our providers, brokers, specialist divisions, and, of course, our team here at the network.”
“We are confident that our members will find that we are committed to advancing their business’s growth through our series of panels, exhibitors, our guest speaker Geoff Ramm, and with talks from our own members of staff who they have regular contact with.”
He concludes: “We’re excited to see what our May event brings, and are grateful as always for the support of our members, and our headline sponsors who are helping to make this event possible.”
Headline sponsors involved at the event include Aldermore, AXA PPP Healthcare, The Exeter, Guardian 1821, Kent Reliance, Legal & General, MetLife, Metro Bank, More2Life, OneFamily, Towergate Riskline and Uinsure.