Jeanne Johnson will teach a "Train the Trainer" class at the NALTEA Conference (www.NALTEA.org) in Clearwater, FL on October 21st in Clearwater, FL. The class is designed to help those knowledgeable in the Title Insurance, Abstracting and Closing industries techniques in training very technical products to industry students. "To be really good in the title industry requires a tremendous amount of technical legal knowledge, as well as investigative skill" says Johnson. While some think the skills are mundane, Johnson sees those who are good at the job as title sleuths. "In this day and time, most titles are flawed, and the title abstractors and examiners are charged with a heavy responsibility to investigate and uncover the problems."
Her Train the Trainer session will focus on making the experience of a title student interesting and fun. She says most people know more than they think they do about real estate titles. They know about real estate taxes, they know what an easement is, they recognize title ownership and mortgages, the key is to put them all together into a coherent pattern and lead them through the process of the investigation. "It's great fun - I am proud to be a title geek!"
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