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VETERAN ADJUSTING SCHOOLVETERAN ADJUSTING SCHOOL
Veteran Adjusting School graduate - Sean Odenwald

by Danny Hale

Cat Adjusting Career

GETTING STARTED IN CAT ADJUSTING

Catastrophe adjusting can be a rewarding career, but it can be hard to get your foot in the door. With Veteran Adjusting School not only will you get all the education you need to be field ready; but VAS is also partnered with over 20 insurance agencies and independent firms to help graduates find jobs upon completion of their six week program.

 

VAS CURRICULUM

One reason for VAS’s success is due to the knowledgeable, experienced instructors and mentors they have to help their students, in school and into the field after graduation. The six-week curriculum uses experiential, interactive learning, and traditional teaching styles to give their students a full understanding of the industry.The extensive curriculum has students ready to run claims on day one after graduation. This also includes a “storm week” where the students perform inspections under the guidance of their instructors.

Part of VAS’s success can also be attributed to the fact that they aren’t just looking for students, they are looking for dedicated, hard-working, organized, self-motivated people wanting to make a difference with a fulfilling career.

 

ADJUSTER TRAINING

VAS focuses on catastrophic insurance adjuster training because it is the most rewarding. Here are just a few of the benefits to CAT adjusting:

  • Helping those in need – CAT adjusters help people get the compensation they need in order to put their lives back together.
  • High earning potential CAT adjusters average between $70k – $100k in 6 – 9 months.
  • Self-employed – These adjusters are given the freedom to make their own hours, and be their own boss because they are contracted by insurance agencies and independent firms.
  • Job security – The United States has more natural disasters than any other country, so the need for CAT adjusters is always high.

MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

VAS also provides a mentorship program. These experienced adjusters give students an insider’s perspective. Anytime a graduate runs into an unexpected problem, they can rely on the help of a mentor, even after graduation.

 

Catastrophe adjusting is a fulfilling career, do you have what it takes?

Veteran Adjusting School - Catastrophic Insurance Claims Adjuster Training

updated on 2-23-18

Danny Hale
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Veteran Adjusting School graduate - Sean Odenwald
GETTING STARTED IN CAT ADJUSTING