by Guy Grand


Insurance Adjusting Vocational School - Veteran Adjusting School - Catastrophic Insurance Claims Adjuster Training

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If you are interested in becoming an insurance adjuster, you might be looking for an insurance adjusting vocational school. An insurance adjusting school provides the training and certifications necessary to make proper inspections and estimates in the insurance adjusting field.

Only one adjusting school can boast that it is VA approved for tuition assistance for veterans under the 9/11 GI Bill ®. That is the same school that can boast over 95% job placement rate. It just so happens to be the same adjusting school with an extensive mentorship program that can boast a 100% graduation rate.

(VAS) Veteran Adjusting School

Veteran Adjusting School is a licensed insurance adjusting vocational school that specializes in (CAT) catastrophe adjusting. VAS has 18 insurance industry partners that hire their students right out of school. This is because the training at VAS is so comprehensive that each student is field-ready after the intense 6-week program. Students also have the assistance of a mentorship program that reaches past graduation and into the field.

What Is CAT Adjusting?

When an area is hit by a hail-storm, flood, hurricane, or other catastrophic event, insurance agencies will deploy CAT adjusters to the storm event to assess how much compensation their customers are entitled to under their insurance policy. They will typically spend weeks to months at a time in the affected region taking care of the policyholders.

CAT adjusters are self-employed and are independently contracted by insurance agencies and IA firms. They are paid per claim closed which is why CAT adjusting has such a high earning potential for motivated adjusters. CAT adjusters typically make between $70k-$100k in 6 – 9  months during the storm season. This leaves plenty of time off for vacations.

What It Takes To Succeed

In order to have real success in the field you must be organized, hard-working, self-motivated, and dedicated. Although it is a very rewarding career, catastrophe adjusters have an obligation to the policyholders and the agencies they represent to provide quality inspections in a timely manner. CAT adjusting isn’t for everyone. Do you have what it takes?

Insurance Adjusting Vocational School - Veteran Adjusting School - Catastrophic Insurance Claims Adjuster Training


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