By Guy Grand

Seeking a New Career Path

Seeking a New Career Path?

Are you hard working, organized, self-motivated, and dedicated? Then Veteran Adjusting School might be right for you. A licensed vocational school with a 98% job placement rate for their students. VAS has over 30 insurance partners that hire their graduates right out of school.


What is Veteran Adjusting School?


VAS is a six-week catastrophe adjusting school that focuses on making their students entirely field ready by the time they complete the program. But, the VAS mentorship doesn’t stop there, grads are able to rely on help from their mentors when deployed to ensure a top quality work product.



As an insurance adjuster school, VAS focuses on catastrophic insurance adjuster training because it is the most comprehensive and rewarding. Some of the benefits to a career in CAT adjusting include:

  • High earning potential – CAT adjusters average between $70k – $100k in 6 – 9 months.
  • Self-employed – CAT adjusters are contracted by insurance agencies and independent firms. This gives them the freedom to make their own hours.  
  • Helping people – CAT adjusters are able to help people get the compensation they desperately need in order to put their lives back together.
  • Job security – Catastrophe adjusting is recession proof. The United States has more natural disasters than any other country. The need for CAT adjusters is always high.

What is a CAT Adjuster?


A CAT adjuster is someone who inspects the damage, creates reports, and assesses how much compensation a policyholder is entitled to under their policy, particularly focusing on those who have experienced a catastrophic event. When these events take place, independent firms and insurance carriers will contract the work out to an independent CAT adjuster.


CAT adjusting isn’t for everyone and class size is limited. Do you have what it takes?

updated on 1-29-19