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Perfect Job For Veterans

By Guy Grand

Perfect Job For Veterans

Perfect Job For Veterans

Veterans are trained and prepared by the best to be the best. They have also acquired unique skills that don’t always translate over to a civilian job. But CAT adjusting isn’t like most jobs. It requires a unique ethic and mindset that soldiers obtain during military service. For a hard worker, a CAT adjuster can make $100,000 in 6-9 months during the storm season.

What is CAT Adjusting?

When a catastrophic event (like a hurricane, hail storm, etc.) occurs, insurance agencies will deploy independent CAT adjusters to assess the damages of their customers’ homes to see how much compensation their customer is entitled to under their policy. These adjusters are usually independently contracted and are typically deployed to a storm to cover the affected region. Adjusters are paid per claim that they close and it is not uncommon for a CAT adjuster to make “6 figures in 6 months.”

The 4 characteristics required to be a successful CAT adjuster include:

  • Organization
  • Hard-Work
  • Self-Motivation
  • Dedication

Veteran Adjusting School

(VAS) Veteran Adjusting School is approved by the Dept. of Veteran Affairs for tuition assistance benefits under the 9/11 GI Bill ®. VAS has a 100% graduation rate and over 96% job placement rate. As of this post, all of the current students have multiple job offers and haven’t even graduated yet.

Veteran Adjusting School Course Includes:

  • 30 Adjuster Subjects Taught
  • 40 Real World Claims
  • Xactimate Level 2 Training
  • Mentorship Through & Even After Graduation
  • In-the-field Adjuster Training
  • Laptop & Tools
  • And More

changing your career

By Guy Grand

Thinking About Changing Your Career?

Thinking About Changing Your Career?

There are many reasons you might be thinking about changing your career. But before you up and quit your job, you might want to ask yourself a couple of questions. What career is right for me? What is my potential income in that career? What are my options for job placement?

What Career Is Right For Me?

Do you want to make your own hours, help people, and be able to make up to 6 figures in 6 months? Are you hard-working, organized, self-motivated, and dedicated? Then catastrophic (CAT) adjusting might be the right career for you.

What is CAT Adjusting?

When a catastrophic event (hurricane, hail storm, etc.) occurs, insurance agencies hire independent CAT adjusters to assess how much money their insured customers are entitled to under their policy. A CAT adjuster will typically make between $70,000 – $100,000 in 6 – 9 months during the storm season.

Job Placement

(VAS) Veteran Adjusting School is a licensed vocational school that trains CAT adjusters and provides job placement options for their graduates. VAS graduates are highly sought after and usually hired immediately upon graduation with their insurance partners (15 and growing).

Veteran Adjusting School Course Includes:

  • 30 Adjuster Subjects Taught
  • 40 Real World Claims
  • Xactimate Level 2 Training
  • Mentorship Through & Even After Graduation
  • In-the-field Adjuster Training
  • Laptop & Tools
  • And More

 

Click The Button To Learn More About CAT Adjusting

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Meet VAS Graduate Justin

By Guy Grand

ADJUSTER TRAINING

Insurance Adjusting Careers

When talking about property insurance adjusting careers, there are several types available. The most common are “day claims”, “staff”, and “catastrophe claims” adjusting (also known as CAT adjusting). One of the major differences between them can be the income.

Graduates of (VAS) Veteran Adjusting School are fully trained and sought after for all of these career options. VAS’s superior education prepares students to be CAT adjusters, which is the most difficult and highest paying of these choices. A CAT adjuster can average $70,000 – $100,000 in 6 – 9 months, during the storm season.

Adjusting Hurdles

One of the biggest hurdles for an aspiring claims adjuster is finding an insurance agency that will hire them after licensing and introductory training. Most firms require 2-4 years previous experience or in-house training. Many licensed adjusters have trouble getting into an in-house training situation without having the right connections.

Licensing and Xactimate Training

In order to estimate claims, you must be proficient with the adjusting software, Xactimate. You must also obtain a Home State Adjusters License by purchasing a course and passing the final exam for the state that you reside in. Different states have different requirements.

VAS-Trained Insurance Adjuster Program 

There is one school that provides insurance adjuster training for day claims and CAT adjusting, has 100% graduation rate, provides job placement post-graduation, trains you in Xactimate, and assists you through licensing within the United States. Veteran Adjusting School (VAS) graduates are highly sought after in insurance agency circles. Students who graduate even have their school mentors to help them through their first claims.

VAS INSURANCE ADJUSTER TRAINING COURSE INCLUDES:

  • 30 Adjuster Subjects Taught
  • 40 Real World Claims
  • Xactimate Level 2 Training
  • Mentorship Through and Even After Graduation
  • In-the-field Adjuster Training
  • Laptop & Tools
  • and More

One of the reasons VAS has such a high graduation rate and job placement is because they won’t just take any student. A successful CAT adjuster must be dedicated, organized, self-motivated, and hardworking. Because of this, VAS only takes students that display these characteristics.

Click on the link below to learn more about VAS insurance adjuster training.

 

By Guy Grand

XACTIMATE TRAINING & ADJUSTER LICENSING

Are you looking to become a licensed claims adjuster? One of the first questions you’ll need to ask yourself is, “Where can I find Xactimate training and adjuster licensing?” Well, there is one place that will teach you all you need to know about insurance claims adjusting, will mentor you through licensing, and has job placement with over 15 insurance partners after graduation.

Veteran Adjusting School, a vocational school for catastrophe insurance adjusters, has a 6-week course that includes:

  • -Xactimate Level 2 Training
  • -30 Adjuster Subjects Taught
  • -40 Real World Claims
  • -Mentorship Through Licensing & Even After Graduation
  • -In-the-field Adjuster Training
  • -Laptop and Tools

Although (VAS) Veteran Adjusting School focuses primarily on catastrophe adjusting, once you graduate you will be ready for all kinds of day claim adjusting as well. VAS trains specifically for (CAT) catastrophe adjusting because of the significantly higher income potential and superior training. A CAT adjuster can gross an average between $70k and $100k in 6-9 months during the storm season.  

Veteran Adjusting School is the only Catastrophic Insurance Adjusting School in the nation licensed by the Board of Education and approved by the VA for GIBill ® tuition assistance. VAS also has a loan program to assist non-veterans with tuition.

VAS has a 100% graduation rate and assists with job placement for its graduates. In fact, the entire graduating class of June 2016 was invited to help out with the Canadian wildfire crisis for $500 a day.

To learn more about Xactimate training & adjuster licensing, click the link below to contact VAS.

 

By Guy Grand

TRAINING FOR VETERANS

Catastrophic insurance adjusters can gross between $70,000 to $100,000 in 6 to 8 months. This career is matched up perfectly with the skills and characteristics developed in the armed forces. As a licensed postsecondary vocational school that is VA approved for tuition assistance under the 9/11 GI Bill ®, Veteran Adjusting School provides the most complete and comprehensive training for Veterans to become CAT Adjusters.

What is CAT Adjusting?

When a region is devastated by a natural disaster (hurricane, hail storm, wildfire, etc.), catastrophic or CAT adjusters are deployed to the affected area to estimate damages for insurance agencies. They are independently contracted to represent the agency at the catastrophic event to assess how much money the insured homeowner is entitled to under their policy.

The contracted adjuster is paid for every claim that they are able to close. This is why there is so much opportunity for a hard working adjuster to make up to 6-figures during the storm season.  

Why Are Veterans Ideal CAT Adjusters?

The skills that are developed in the military are essential to being successful in the catastrophic adjusting field. It takes hard work, self-motivation, organization, and dedication to excel in the career of CAT adjusting.

As a representative of the insurance agencies, you must be able to uphold the company’s reputation and be able to work efficiently to close claims. The work must be conducted with an understanding of the customer’s loss after the tragic event.

The Best Training For Veterans

Veteran Adjusting School (VAS) was built with the direct intention of training and delivering job placement for Veterans. VAS works with more than 15 insurance partners to assure job placement right out of school.

Along with VA tuition assistance, VAS has the most comprehensive course for catastrophic adjusting. The course includes:

  • 30 adjuster subjects
  • 40 real world claims
  • Xactimate level 2 training
  • Mentorship through and even post-graduation
  • In-the-field adjuster training
  • Laptop & tools

For a rewarding career in catastrophic insurance adjusting, VAS is the best training for veterans.

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Perfect Job For Veterans
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