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2 Hour Mortgage Loan Originator New Hampshire SAFE Course

Course Syllabus
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8am - 8pm MT
Welcome to our New Hampshire SAFE Course. We are excited to assist you in furthering or
beginning your mortgage career and are pleased you chose Praedo Institute to satisfy your
education requirements.
Course Purpose
This course is meant to satisfy the two hour New Hampshire specific education requirement for
New Hampshire loan originator license applicants. If you are taking this course, you should
have completed at least 18 hours of NMLS approved education at another time.
Course Description
During this course, we will review New Hampshires mortgage legislation as written by its
legislature in response to the national SAFE Act. We will cover ways in which this legislation is
intended to protect consumers in the mortgage industry; how it provides a framework for
regulation; and how it outlines the licensing procedures.
Course Dates and Times
This course is offered Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8am to 8pm MT. Your course
MUST be completed within the 12 hour time period that you select.
Please pay close attention to the course schedule found at the end of this syllabus. During your
course you will be required to submit an assignment that must be graded by an instructor
before you can continue progressing through the course. The course schedule outlines the
times by which the assignment must be submitted.
If you do not complete your course within the 12 hour session time, you will be required to
choose a different session date and re-start the course from the beginning.
NMLS has made it clear that courses must be completed in a timely manner. Please consider
the following from Functional Specifications for all NMLS Approved Courses: Version 6 section
1.5.2.3.

"All course completion requirements, reading, assignment, and student/instructor interaction is


to be completed within this 12 hour period."
Instructor Contact Information
Once you register for the course, you will receive an email from the instructor assigned to your
course. The email will introduce your instructor as well as explain contact methods and
expected response times. Once your course session opens, you will be able to contact your
instructor via the "Contact Instructor" button on your home page.
Course Objectives
Upon completing this course, you should be able to do the following:
Explain the role of the New Hampshire Banking Department in the mortgage industry;
Outline the requirements to obtain a license in New Hampshire;
Explain the duties and obligations imposed upon a licensee.
Grading Policy
The course consists of slides mixed with comprehension questions. Each chapter includes a
chapter quiz. You will also need to pass a course final at the conclusion of the course. You may
view the slides at your own pace, but you must answer all of the comprehension questions
correctly and score at least 80 percent on all quizzes. You must also pass the final exam with a
score of at least 80 percent in order to receive credit for the course.
Your course consists of two parts. At the end of the first part, you will be required to submit an
assignment to your instructor. Your instructor will grade your assignment within one hour of
assignment submission. Once your assignment has been graded and passed, your instructor
will allow you access to the next part of your course. If your assignment is rejected by your
instructor, you will need to re-do and re-submit the assignment, it will then be graded within
one hour of re-submission.
Course Policies
Each student is required to submit an Identity Affidavit. By confirming the attestation, the
student certifies that the course work was or will be completed by the person for whom the
certificate will be issued. The student further certifies that they did or will not receive any
assistance in completing the course. The submission of a completion certificate for a course
they did not complete themselves may constitute fraud on the students part and is subject to
prosecution and/or discipline.

Technical Support
As our course is entirely online, we do offer live technical support via telephone and email from
8:30am to 5:00pm Mountain Time on regular business days. After hours, holiday, and weekend
support is available 365 days a year via email from 9:00am to 10:00pm Mountain Time. Our
telephone number is 801-492-9933 and the support email is support@praedo.com. Please
note, our technical support staff will often be unable to answer content questions which are
more appropriately directed to your instructor.
Using our System
Once you purchase the course and are logged into our system, you should see a link to the
course on your home page. This link will launch the course. Please carefully review the
introduction module for instructions on using our online system.
Course Outline
This course consists of two parts, each covering different aspects of New Hampshire law.
NH SAFE Mortgage Law Part 1
Introduction: This module will introduce you to our system. Adherence to the advice and
instructions offered in this module will greatly improve your online education experience.
New Hampshire Mortgage Law Chapter 1: Chapter One covers the New Hampshire Banking
Department. It consists of the following sections:
Definitions
License Law and Regulation
Record Keeping
License Maintenance
Enforcement Actions Case Study: The student will review enforcement orders posted on the
Banking Departments web site. To complete the learning activity, the student will post a short
review about three different consent orders to the Enforcement Forum. They will explain what
they have learned from these examples and what could have been done for the individuals to
avoid disciplinary action. They will also comment on another students enforcement post.
NH Licensing Case Study: The student will use information they have learned in the first part of
the course to distinguish between qualified and unqualified licensing candidates.

This assignment must be completed and submitted by 3pm MT on the date you begin the
course. If your assignment is not submitted by this time, you will be required to re-start the
course in a different session.
NH SAFE Mortgage Law Part 2
New Hampshire Mortgage Law Chapter 2: Chapter Two covers compliance. It consists of the
following sections:
Prohibited Conduct and Practices
Required Conduct
Fees and Charges
Disclosures and Agreements
Advertising
Consumer Inquiries
Disciplinary Action
Penalties
Case Study
Course Final: The student will complete the course final covering all of the material discussed
in the course. They are required to pass the final with a score of at least 80%.
Course Evaluation: Students will be allowed to give feedback regarding the course.
In order for you to receive credit for this course, all coursework (including the forum post and
the assignment) must be completed and approved, the final must be passed with a score of at
least 80%, and the course evaluation must be completed by 8pm MT on the course session
date.
Course Schedule
This course consists of the two parts outlined above. The requirements for each part are listed
in the course schedule with the time allowed to complete each learning module. This course
meets the minimum time requirement of 50 seat minutes for each clock hour the course is
approved. This course is approved as a two hour course and must be completed in its entirety
in order for you to receive credit.
Good Luck
Once again, thank you for choosing Praedo Institute. Your success is extremely important to us.
Please let us know if we can be of assistance at any time. Enjoy the course!

Schedule

Must be
completed
by 3pm MT

Must be
completed
by 8pm MT

Course Outline and Schedule M,W,F 8am MT to 8pm MT


Topics and
Reading Due
Assignments Due
Activities
Introduction
Complete chapter
NH Mortgage Law
quizzes
Chapter 1
NH SAFE
NH Enforcement
Post review on
Mortgage Law
Actions Learning
Enforcement
Part 1
Activity
Forum
Submit memo to
NH Licensing Case
instructor by 3pm
Study
MT
NH SAFE
Complete chapter
NH Mortgage Law
Mortgage Law
quizzes and course
Chapter 2
Part 2
final
Complete
Evaluation
N/A
evaluation

Instruction Time
Allocation
30 Minutes

20 minutes

20 Minutes

35 Minutes
5 Minutes