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Veteran Adjusting School Graduate

by Guy Grand

CAT Adjusting Career

CAT catastrophic insurance clams adjuster salary training schoolPeople in the CAT adjusting career are a rare breed. When a catastrophe hits, they head toward it, not away. They trek into the storm in order to help get insurance customers the compensation they need in their time of crisis. This career path can be quite lucrative as catastrophic adjusters generally average $70k – $100k in 6 – 9 months (during the storm season). However, it takes hard work, organization, self-motivation, and dedication in order to make it.

The catastrophe or CAT adjusting career can be a very rewarding option for the right person.

The challenge is getting hired; with 2-4 years of work experience required by most insurance companies. The solution is getting trained and certified by a reputable school. There are hundreds of stories on the web about people who went to an online or quick adjuster course that are still unable to find work.

Choosing The Right School

There are no guarantees for a job after adjusting school, but there is one school that has a proven track record of over 95% job placement for its graduates. (VAS) Veteran Adjusting School has such a complete and comprehensive CAT adjusting career training program that they have over 18 insurance partners that hire VAS students right out of school.

Why Insurance Agencies Trust VAS

Because of the school’s proven track record to produce highly qualified and trained adjusters, insurance agencies & IA firm partners are eager to hire VAS graduates. The education received at VAS has the student ready to perform quality inspections and submit consistent claims on day one of graduation.

The program gives the student the tools and skills to become highly successful in the field. VAS has an interactive course that incorporates real-world storm simulations to physically perform inspections. The 6-week program fully trains the student to become a top tier CAT adjuster in multiple ways including:

  • Interactive Lectures
  • Problem Solving
  • Audio & Visual Aids
  • Demonstrations
  • Field Assignments
  • Labs
  • Student Participation
  • Homework

A career in CAT adjusting can be rewarding, but it’s not for everyone. Do you have what it takes?

CAT Adjusting Career - Veteran Adjusting School - Catastrophic Insurance Claims Adjuster Training

 

 

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