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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?

Perfect Job For Veterans

By Guy Grand

School For Vets – 96% Job Placement

School For Vets – 96% Job Placement

Veterans of the armed forces have put their lives on the line to defend our country. When our soldiers return home, they should be able to find a high-paying and rewarding career. That is why (VAS) Veteran Adjusting School is the best school for vets with an intense 6-week curriculum that helps the graduate obtain work with over 96% job placement. 

VA Approved

VAS was built specifically with veterans in mind. In fact, VAS is approved by The Dept. of Veteran Affairs under the 9/11 GI Bill ® to provide tuition assistance for vets. VAS wants to provide the smoothest transition possible from the military to a rewarding civilian career for our veterans.

VAS School For Vets

VAS teaches (CAT) catastrophic insurance adjusting. CAT adjusters have a very high earning potential during the storm season. In fact, a common phrase among CAT adjusters is “make 6 figures in 6 months.” Although the school focuses on catastrophic adjusting, when a student graduates, they will are fully trained to do numerous types of adjusting.

VAS has a 100% graduation rate and 96% job placement rate. The reason VAS is so successful is because “We aren’t looking for students, we are looking for commitment”. In order to be a successful CAT adjuster one must be self-motivated, organized, hard-working, and dedicated.  

CAT Adjusting

When a hurricane, hailstorm, or any other catastrophic event occurs, insurance agencies will deploy CAT adjusters to the affected region to assess the damages for their customers. The adjuster will estimate how much the customer is entitled to under their policy.

The reason the earning potential is so high is because the adjusters are paid per claim closed. Harder working adjusters can reach into 6 figures in only 6 months. CAT adjusters are usually contracted by IA firms and work for themselves. They make their own hours and are self-employed.

Find out how you can turn your veteran status into a 6-figure career with VAS.

 

va approved school for veterans

By Guy Grand

Veteran Tuition Assistance For School

 Veteran Tuition Assistance For School

Since the inception of the 9/11 GI Bill ®, The Dept. of Veteran Affairs provides tuition assistance benefits to approved schools for military veterans of the armed forces. These schools give the veteran student the knowledge they need to succeed in a career. If you are a veteran seeking career options, using the VA tuition benefits can help you receive an education for a high paying job.

(VAS) Veteran Adjusting School

One of the VA-approved schools, Veteran Adjusting School, prepares students for a 6-figure career in catastrophic insurance claims adjusting. Independent CAT adjusters’ average income ranges between $70,000 – $100,000 in 6 – 9 months. Veteran Adjusting School has 100% graduation rate and over 96% job placement.

VAS provides a comprehensive 6-week program that fully prepares its students for field adjusting. The course provides the tools and mentorship you will need to be successful in the adjusting field. The VAS training program 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

What is CAT Adjusting?

When a catastrophic event (hurricane, hail storm, flood, etc.) occurs, insurance agencies send catastrophe adjusters out to estimate how much compensation the insured customer is entitled to under their insurance policy. The CAT adjuster will then send their assessments to the insurance agency and are typically paid per claim closed. This is why there is such a high earning potential for a hard-working adjuster during the storm season.

CAT Adjusting Perfect Career For Vets

Veterans have an outstanding work ethic (developed in the military) that helps them excel in the catastrophe adjusting field. CAT adjusters are deployed to an affected storm region for weeks to months at a time. Successful CAT adjusters will be hard-working, organized, self-motivated, and dedicated. These are all traits that are common among veterans.

Why Is VAS So Successful

Veteran Adjusting School has such a high graduation and job placement rate because VAS is looking for commitment, not just students. Catastrophe adjusting is a rewarding career, but it’s not a career for everyone. Do you have what it takes to be a successful catastrophic insurance claims adjuster?

Veteran Adjusting School graduate - Sean Odenwald

By Sean Odenwald

Veteran’s Journey To A Rewarding Career – Sean O.

I spent years not working, volunteering my time towards useful ventures supporting my children’s schools. I was so far out of the job market that it became a challenge to sell myself into new career paths with a long absence in employment as well as facing the challenges of marketing an Infantry Officer. I sent out over 500 professionally designed resumes to various industries utilizing the strengths that those in the military find useful, which earned only a handful of interviews and no new career paths, emerged.

I discovered VAS as one of 110 companies at my local Veterans Job fair in Orlando. I met Guy Grand that day and it has been a whirlwind since then. We spoke for the better part of 30min, by far longer than any other booth at the fair. I came home, read his online book, and signed up for my Insurance Adjusting license that week. I attempted to get signed up for the course that started the following month, but was sad to learn that it was full. I was able to sign up for the April course and it was a great time to go.

Everyone is skeptical at the cost and time put into the program, and the real question of “does it really put you into a new career path as easy as the brochures say?”. The short answer is YES! The long answer is YES, but if you don’t put the effort into your employment then your opportunities will dry up. You need to be ready for immediate deployment if you are attending school during the storm season and be ready to apply with a variety of firms so that you have a multitude of companies with exposure around the nation. I attended VAS with 5 state adjusting licenses, finished with 7, and now have 10. Combine that with the 16 states that do not have licenses and I have 26 states covered.

I took a needed vacation with my family immediately following the conclusion of VAS. Everyone else in my session deployed to Canada immediately upon graduation! Upon returning home I was receiving claims within 4 days. I have been working daily claims for two firms in Florida while waiting for a catastrophe to come in. In the mean time I have been busy applying with the VAS partner IA Firms to ensure that I have the maximum amount of personal coverage across those 26 available states. Additionally, to bolster my new resume I have been busy working on continuing education through VAS online resources and regional classes specializing in water and fire damages. I am on the CAT rosters of 10 companies with exposure in varied locations around the country and I am getting certified with the nation’s largest insurance carrier at the end of next month. This is my new career path. There is work out there. VAS can give it to you. Make the call.
-Sean O., (Captain US Army) – VAS Graduate 2016

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

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