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by Guy Grand

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If you’re reading this post, then you might be interested in a career as an insurance adjuster. What if I told you about a school that has a 6-week training program and over 95% job placement rate in an adjusting career? This school exists and it has over 18 insurance partners that hire VAS graduates, right out of school.

(VAS) Veteran Adjusting School

VAS is a fully comprehensive school that utilizes multiple learning formats to produce the highest quality insurance, adjusters. These formats include hands-on storm simulations that put the student right in the thick of real-world claims adjuster situations. Classes are also presented in the form of interactive lessons, audio & visual aids, demonstrations, field assignments, labs, student participation & more.

CAT or Catastrophe Adjusting

When a catastrophic event (hurricane, flood, hailstorm, etc.) occurs, insurance agencies will send out catastrophe adjusters to the storm site to assess how much compensation their customers are entitled to under their policy. CAT adjusters will go throughout the region performing inspections to estimate damages for the policyholder.


VAS focuses on the catastrophic insurance adjusting career because it is the most rewarding form of insurance adjusting. Also, someone who is trained as a CAT adjuster can do multiple types of insurance adjusting. Some of the reasons that make catastrophe adjusting rewarding are:

  • High Earning Potential – CAT adjusters typically earn between $70k-$100k in 6 – 9 months during the storm season depending on how hard they are willing to work.
  • Self Employed – CAT adjusters are contracted by insurance agencies to perform inspections. As independent contractors, they are their own boss and make their own hours.
  • Vacation Time – The catastrophe adjusting field allows for about 3 – 6 months of vacation time as the storm season averages between 6 – 9 months.

Why VAS Is Successful

Veteran Adjusting School is able to build relationships with insurance agency partners because of the high-quality adjusters that are produced from the program. That is because VAS is looking for only the most dedicated students. In order to succeed in the CAT adjusting field, one must be hard-working, organized, self-motivated, and focused. These are the traits that VAS wants in a student.

An adjusting career can be quite rewarding, but it isn’t for everyone. Do you have what it takes?

Veteran Adjusting School - Catastrophic Insurance Claims Adjuster Training

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