The MLTA Pre-Licensing course has a long and valued history. It is presented live, by instructors who each have more than 20 years of experience actually working in the title business. They are not just instructors. They are practitioners.
It is required that you complete a pre-licensing course before you take the state government licensing exam. Our course is designed to help prepare you for that 100-question exam. The difficulty of the material depends upon your level of knowledge prior to the class. If you are totally unfamiliar with the terms and concepts, it will be more difficult. However, if you have purchased a house or have some basic knowledge of the closing documents and terms, it will not be as difficult.
The textbook, which is included in the cost of the course, is a significant reference tool for you to use as you gain employment in the title industry.
Our class is $545, which includes your textbook and food breaks in the morning and afternoon both days. It also includes personal follow-up, if needed, for assistance in passing the exam.
Our live format allows you to speak on-site with the instructors. You also are given their contact information, in case you have questions outside of classroom time.
Please register at least one week prior to the class.
MLTA Pre-Licensing Class Inclement Weather Policy
We will use BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOLS with regard to whether or not we start late, postpone, or cancel our Pre-Licensing classes.
If Baltimore County Schools are closed, we will NOT have class. We will reschedule as soon as a date and time can be established with MITAGS and MLTA Instructors. Students may reschedule for the next class offering. If rescheduling is confirmed by the student and MLTA within 48 hours after the rescheduled date is set, there will be no rescheduling fee.
If Baltimore County Schools open 1 hour late, the Pre-Licensing Class will begin 1 hour late (9:30 am).
If Baltimore Country Schools open 2 hours late, the Pre-Licensing Class will begin 2 hours late (10:30 am).
In the event of a late start, lunch will be cut to one-half hour. Students may bring lunch or purchase a lunch ticket at the Conference Center. If they choose to go off site for lunch, they will be expected to be back in their seats at the appropriate starting time.
Title Insurance Producer License Application
This link is for the Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) website, Producers Tab. Go to the bottom right for the Initial License Application. You can select Word or PDF.
Complete the application and mail as instructed.