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By Guy Grand

Why A Career In CAT Adjusting?

Why A Career In CAT Adjusting?

Are you looking for a new career and wondering which path is right for you? Then you may want to consider CAT adjusting. Catastrophic insurance adjusters are a special type of adjuster that are contracted and deployed to catastrophic events (hurricane, wildfire, hail storm, flood, etc.). These adjusters typically spend weeks to months at a time in the affected region estimating how much compensation the insured customers are entitled to under their policy.

Self-Employed

CAT adjusters are contracted by IA firms and insurance companies. This means that they are self-employed and make their own hours. However, successful adjusters typically work as much as possible as they are paid per claim that they close. This is also why there is such a very high earning potential in the CAT adjusting field. A good adjuster will generally earn $70k – $100k in 6 – 9 months during the storm season.

Characteristics to Succeed

In order to be able to excel in this career field, you must be hard working, organized, self-motivated, and dedicated. Although it is a high-paying career, you will have to work hard to earn it. Along with being very rewarding, CAT adjusting requires physical and mental endurance.

CAT  Adjuster Training

(VAS) Veteran Adjusting School is a catastrophe adjuster training school with a 98% job placement rate. Why is VAS so successful? 2 reasons:

  1. VAS is looking for commitment, not students. VAS instructors worked in the field and know what it takes to succeed. That is why they only accept students that are dedicated to succeed.
  2. VAS has over 20 insurance agency partners that trust so much in this training program that they hire VAS students right out of school.

 

CAT adjusting isn’t for everyone and classes are limited. Do you have what it takes?

By Guy Grand

Training Program For Veterans

Training Program For Veterans

Looking for a job with three to six months of vacation, six to nine months of work with $70 to $100k pay? Then Veteran Adjusting School is your answer. VAS is a VA-approved, six week vocational training, with a 100% graduation rate and 95% job placement. It is an interactive and comprehensive catastrophe adjuster training program that pushes the boundaries of participation-based learning.

CAT Adjusting

Catastrophe adjusting or CAT is a process of assessing how much compensation customers are entitled to under their policies after a catastrophe (hurricane, flood, hailstorm, etc.). These claim adjusters will perform inspections for the insurance agencies that contract with them. They will generally perform inspections for weeks to months at a time in the affected area. A VAS certified graduate carries weight in the insurance adjusting world and is your first step into insurance adjusting.

Rewarding Career

Self-employed and independently contracted, catastrophe adjusting allows very high earning potential for hard working, dedicated, and driven individuals.They have the ability to make their own hours, and get paid per claim closed. This allows for hard-working people to make $70-$100k and months of vacation time. Besides the high income and independence, CAT adjusters are able to help people that are suffering through a catastrophic event, to receive the compensation they are entitled to under their insurance policy.

VAS Partners

VAS has 18 partners that believe so much in the program’s ability to produce superior adjusters, that they hire VAS graduates right out of school. Typically, it is very difficult to get into the CAT adjusting niche, but VAS produces top-notch catastrophe adjusters fully equipped and ready to perform quality claim inspections right out of school.

The Right Fit?

Because of the dedication, hard-work, organization and self-motivation it takes to be successful in the industry, VAS looks for clearly qualified candidates. This is why they don’t just take any student. CAT adjusting can be very rewarding, but it’s not the right fit for everyone. Do you have what it takes?

By Guy Grand

Start A New Career As A CAT Adjuster

 

Start A New Career As A CAT Adjuster

Are you dissatisfied with your job and looking for a new career? Interested in a job where you are your own boss and you can earn $70k – $100k in 6 – 9 months? There is a career out there that does all this and you get to help people in need. Maybe it’s time for you to start a new career as a CAT adjuster. CAT adjusting is a virtually hidden career that is very rewarding for hard-working individuals.

What Is CAT Adjusting?

When a catastrophic event (hurricane, hailstorm, flood, wildfire, etc.) affects insurance policyholders, insurance companies will contract independent CAT adjusters to assess how much compensation the insured customers in the region are entitled to under their policy.  The CAT adjuster will spend weeks to months at a time at the storm event performing inspections.

An independent catastrophe adjuster is paid per claim closed. This is why a motivated adjuster can have a very high earning potential. Despite the high pay, in order to succeed in the CAT adjusting field, you must be organized, self-motivated, hardworking, and dedicated to providing high-quality work product for the insured customers as well as the insurance agencies that you represent.

Where To Get Certifications & Training?

(VAS) Veteran Adjusting School is a vocational trade school training students a catastrophe insurance adjusters. VAS has an outstanding track record of 100% graduation rate and over 95% job placement. The keys to Veteran Adjusting School’s success is dedicated students & teachers, an intense 6-week hands-on program, and 18 wonderful IA partners that hire VAS graduates right out of school.

The reason Veteran Adjusting School partners are so willing to hire VAS students is because of their consistent track record of turning out high-quality insurance adjusters. The VAS program is so thorough that their students are ready to start adjusting from day 1 of graduation. VAS also has an extensive mentorship program that extends beyond graduation to help new adjusters through their first claims.

CAT adjusting is a very rewarding career, but it isn’t for everyone. Do you have what it takes?

 

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By Guy Grand

Tuition Assistance Program For Veterans

Tuition Assistance Program For Veterans

In honor of our military veterans, the Dept. of Veteran Affairs provides tuition assistance under the 9/11 GI Bill ® to schools that meet the stringent academic criteria. Veterans from all over the country are encouraged to take advantage of these schools and training programs to find positive and rewarding employment post-service.

(VAS) Veteran Adjusting School

One of these programs is Veteran Adjusting School. VAS was founded with the specific purpose of training our veterans to become (CAT) catastrophic insurance adjusters. CAT adjusters have an extremely high earning potential in a career field that also helps people that have recently suffered a loss. A common phrase used among catastrophic insurance adjusters is, “make 6 figures in 6 months.” However, the income can range between $70,000 – $100,000 in 6-9 months during the storm season.

What Is CAT Adjusting?

Catastrophic adjusters are deployed to regions that have been affected by severe storms and catastrophic events (i.e. hurricane, hail storm, wildfire). As independent contractors for insurance agencies, a CAT adjuster will assess the damages that have incurred to customers, and evaluate how much compensation they are entitled to under their homeowners policy.

Why Is CAT Adjusting Perfect For Veterans

It takes a unique individual to be able to be successful in the catastrophe adjusting field. A successful CAT adjuster must display characteristics that are typically ingrained into veterans during military service. A CAT adjuster must be hard-working, organized, dedicated, and self-motivated in order to excel in the catastrophe insurance adjusting field.

VAS – The Best CAT Training For Vets

Besides being VA approved for tuition assistance, VAS has a very comprehensive 6-week training program that has vets ready to start running claims for insurance agencies immediately upon graduation.

VAS also has a 100% graduation rate and over 95% job placement rate. The reason VAS has such great job placement assistance is because of the high level of training the students receive at the school. VAS Insurance Partners hire graduates immediately upon graduation knowing that their skills are equal to 2 years work experience.

CAT adjuster have a lucrative and rewarding career helping people in need. Do you have what it takes?

By Guy Grand

BE YOUR OWN BOSS WITH A 6 FIGURE CAREER

 

BE YOUR OWN BOSS WITH A 6 FIGURE CAREER

What if I told you that with only 6 months training you could be your own boss, work 3 to 6 months a year, and make over $100,000 a year? You’d probably think “what’s the scam?” right. Well it’s true. An independent CAT (or catastrophic) adjuster can do all these things with the proper training and education.

What is an Independent CAT Adjuster?

When natural disasters (like a hurricane, tornado, or major storm) strikes, insurance companies need to hire qualified independent CAT adjusters to assess the damage and get their customers their much needed compensation. These adjusters are heavily compensated due to the extreme severity and urgency of the situation.

Click Here to get started on your path to a 6 figure career as a CAT adjuster.
How do I Become an Insurance Adjuster?

VAS or Veteran Adjusting School has a 3 month program that teaches you everything you need to know to be successful in the field. VAS will guide you through all of the registrations and certifications that you need. VAS also gives you the tools, software, and knowledge of the adjuster process to where you will be comfortable in the field.

Veteran Adjusting School also has insurance agency partners that are so confident of the program that they hire VAS students post-graduation. The knowledge and skills developed at VAS will also give you the complete knowledge to be able to work small claims between storms if that is something that you are interested in as well.

Click Here to get started on your path to a 6 figure career as a CAT adjuster.

 

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