PLAN unveils new technology-driven event

PLAN unveils new technology-driven event

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PLAN Australia has launched a new PD day set to offer a dynamic digital learning opportunity for brokers.

The mortgage aggregator unveiled its inaugural Digital Professional Development Day this week, announcing the official launch date as 24 February.

The PD day will include six live sessions and is available for all PLAN Australia brokers to stream from their offices or on the road via their mobile devices.

PLAN Australia CEO Phil Quin-Conroy said the new event further reinforces the aggregator’s commitment to innovation.

“At PLAN Australia, leveraging technology to improve efficiency underpins how we operate,” he said.

“By launching this Digital PD day we are delivering the best possible professional development, knowledge sharing and business planning to brokers in an accessible and convenient format.”

Mr Quin-Conroy added that the decision to make the PD day available online will ensure all PLAN Australia brokers are given an equal opportunity to enhance their learnings.

“Digital events are an efficient and engaging way for brokers to access professional development opportunities,” he said.

“While we recognise the importance of face-to-face interaction, this event does allow for more brokers to access quality training and support.

“This is especially relevant for regional brokers who may have limited scope to attend training events in person.”

PLAN Australia’s Digital PD day builds on the success of the group’s inaugural Commercial & Asset Finance Digital Summit, which took place in June last year.

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