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Taking Mortgage Skills to the Next Level

Canada's Mortgage Designation Programs

In partnership with the Sauder School of Business, Mortgage Professionals Canada’s (MPC) Designation Programs are designed to help members enhance their industry knowledge, improve their technical and management skills, and instill confidence with consumers and industry colleagues.

There are three individual Designations offered in both English and French:








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Each Designation builds your knowledge based on the one before, however they are each a stand-alone demonstration of our members’ commitment to self-improvement, professionalism, education and higher learning, and leadership.

Current Programs:

  • The AMPC and PMPC Designations are now available to members for registration, in both English and French. Please click on the buttons above for more information and to enroll.

Future Programs: 

  • The EMPC Designation, the pinnacle mark of distinction for mortgage industry professionals, will be introduced in late 2022. It will round out the Designation Programs with more traditional business materials such as strategy and business management, sales and marketing, specialized mortgage topics, and leadership.

Maintaining the Designations:

  • Designation holders will be required to maintain their designation level on an annual basis by completing a required renewal education course, provided by MPC.
  • There is an additional requirement of a minimum of 12 Continuing Education Units (CEU) to be completed annually. The minimum of 12 is to be comprised of 8 CEUs from the Professional Development category and 4 CEUs from the Compulsory category. Included in the 12 CEUs is the annual designation renewal which will be comprised of 1-3 CEUs depending on the year and content.  Designation holders can earn CEUs through courses or seminars offered either by MPC or by other approved industry participants. MPC will consider these third-party courses on a case by case basis to determine any eligible CE credit attributable.


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