MBQ101 is a nine-week self-study program, where participants must complete online modules along with required readings from the AMF manuals. Manuals are provided to students upon registration. Participants are also given a lesson plan to follow.
Participants are required to complete the online modules as well as their first exam attempt within 90 days of registration. Participants should carefully review the Course Policies prior to registration.
The prerequisites for registration are:
Participants are strongly encouraged to visit the AMF website to learn about the qualification program and the authorization process and conditions before enrolling in the program.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The MBQ101 is an intensive training program. It’s recommended that participants set aside 4 to 5 hours of study per day. Do not register if you are unsure whether you can devote the necessary time to complete this program.
For more information on course policies, content and to review frequently asked questions, click on "More Details" above.
Members of Mortgage Professionals Canada are eligible to receive a rebate of $500 after completing the MBQ101 program. See below for full eligibility criteria.
Click here to submit the Member Rebate application form.
The DEO101 Déontologie et Pratique Professionnelle program is mandatory for Quebec mortgage professionals who are reinstating a license that has been expired for less than three years.
This program is highly recommended for mortgage professionals from other Canadian provinces looking to obtain a license in Quebec, in preparation for the required AMF exam 16-116 (Déontologie et Pratique Professionnelle).
Participants will receive both the F-116 Éthique et pratique professionnelle and the F-611 Courtage hypothécaire electronic manuals upon registration (though only the F-116 is required for this program). Students must ensure to read the entire F-116 Éthique et pratique professionnelle manual prior to their scheduled webinar. The mandatory four (4) hour webinar is led by an experienced mortgage industry professional, and provides students with an opportunity to review the manual content with the instructor in preparation for the final exam. The online exam takes place one week after the webinar. Students who do not achieve the 75% minimum passing grade are permitted to rewrite the exam once.
Be sure to check with the AMF before registering to determine if you are eligible to take this course.
This course is only available in French. Click the link below to navigate to the registration page.
Mortgage Professionals Canada's Back to the Fundamentals Virtual Symposium brings together speakers and mentors to help support newcomers to the mortgage industry as well as individuals looking to brush up on mortgage basics.
This offer is only available to MPC students who are registered in an introductory licensing course. Students will automatically receive an emailed invitation to attend the next scheduled Back to the Fundamentals Virtual Symposium for free!