VETERAN ADJUSTING SCHOOLVETERAN ADJUSTING SCHOOL

Is VAS only for military Veterans?

No, our program is open to anyone seeking a career as an Insurance Adjuster. Our focus is on training adjuster prospects of all types and making sure they are Field Ready when they complete the VAS Trained Insurance Adjuster Program.

Where is the nearest class?

You can attend the webinar portion of our training from anywhere, as long as you have consistent internet connection. Our Campus Training Facility is located in Sedona, AZ, where you will spend the last 13 days of your training experiencing advanced hands-on instruction and “storm simulation”.

Do you take GI Benefits?

Yes! We are approved by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for Veterans’ Educational Benefits. We can help you understand how your benefits will apply to the VAS program, and many Veterans have their entire tuition covered plus housing allowances.

How long is the VAS training program?

Our comprehensive training runs for 12 weeks. You will receive 122 total classroom hours through live interactive webinars and 117 hands-on training hours at our Campus Facility. For more information about the VAS program please download our school catalog here.

What field tools are included with my Tuition?

Everything a new adjuster would need to get started except a ladder and shoes! Here are just some of the tools included: Tape measures, laser measure, clipboard with grid, chalk, gauges, putty knife, siding tool, multi tool, compass…and more. As well as your own customized PC laptop computer complete with a yearlong subscription ($1,500) of the current industry software, Xactimate. 


Are there any pre-requisites to attend VAS?

Potential students must obtain a home state adjuster license first. This prerequisite will help the applicant to decide if they want to continue with enrollment and a career in insurance adjusting. VAS offers free guidance through this process for the committed applicant. However, this does not give you the field knowledge, experience, or necessary requirements to be a qualified insurance adjuster and obtain employment as a field adjuster. You must enroll in VAS to get a career.