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VETERAN ADJUSTING SCHOOLVETERAN ADJUSTING SCHOOL

By Guy Grand

ADJUSTER TRAINING

Insurance Adjusting Careers

When talking about property insurance adjusting careers, there are several types available. The most common are “day claims”, “staff”, and “catastrophe claims” adjusting (also known as CAT adjusting). One of the major differences between them can be the income.

Graduates of (VAS) Veteran Adjusting School are fully trained and sought after for all of these career options. VAS’s superior education prepares students to be CAT adjusters, which is the most difficult and highest paying of these choices. A CAT adjuster can average $70,000 – $100,000 in 6 – 9 months, during the storm season.

Adjusting Hurdles

One of the biggest hurdles for an aspiring claims adjuster is finding an insurance agency that will hire them after licensing and introductory training. Most firms require 2-4 years previous experience or in-house training. Many licensed adjusters have trouble getting into an in-house training situation without having the right connections.

Licensing and Xactimate Training

In order to estimate claims, you must be proficient with the adjusting software, Xactimate. You must also obtain a Home State Adjusters License by purchasing a course and passing the final exam for the state that you reside in. Different states have different requirements.

VAS-Trained Insurance Adjuster Program 

There is one school that provides insurance adjuster training for day claims and CAT adjusting, has 100% graduation rate, provides job placement post-graduation, trains you in Xactimate, and assists you through licensing within the United States. Veteran Adjusting School (VAS) graduates are highly sought after in insurance agency circles. Students who graduate even have their school mentors to help them through their first claims.

VAS INSURANCE ADJUSTER TRAINING COURSE INCLUDES:

  • 30 Adjuster Subjects Taught
  • 40 Real World Claims
  • Xactimate Level 2 Training
  • Mentorship Through and Even After Graduation
  • In-the-field Adjuster Training
  • Laptop & Tools
  • and More

One of the reasons VAS has such a high graduation rate and job placement is because they won’t just take any student. A successful CAT adjuster must be dedicated, organized, self-motivated, and hardworking. Because of this, VAS only takes students that display these characteristics.

Click on the link below to learn more about VAS insurance adjuster training.

 

By Guy Grand

CLAIMS ADJUSTER TRAINING

Where is the best place to find claims adjuster training? Whether you want to be a day to day claims adjuster for a local insurance agency or you want to be an independent catastrophic insurance adjuster, VAS is the best choice for claims adjuster training.

What makes VAS the best school when it comes to creating fully trained adjusters? Four things:

  1. Job Placement – VAS works with more than 15 insurance partners to ensure that their students have employment right out of school.
  1. 100% Graduation Rate – Because VAS has a dedication to its students and insurance partners, they only accept students that are committed and dedicated to becoming a top insurance adjuster.
  1. Mentorship – VAS mentors students through licensing, software training, in-the-field training, and even helps the student after graduation with their initial claims to ensure the best work product.
  1. Tuition Assistance – As a VA approved postsecondary vocational school, VAS is qualified for tuition assistance for veterans of the armed forces. The school also has a program for tuition assistance for non-veterans.

Although the VAS 6-week course covers complete training for day to day claims adjusting, the school specializes in (CAT) catastrophe insurance adjuster training. Why? Because CAT adjusters make between $70,000 – $100,000 in 6 – 8 months depending on their dedication and ability to close claims. As it is said throughout the CAT adjuster community, “You can make 6 figures in 6 months.” Most are independent adjusters contracted with IA firms to estimate damages for homeowners based on their policy coverage.

Because they are contracted and make their own hours, a CAT adjuster must be hard-working, dedicated, organized, and self-motivated. This is one of the reasons VAS seeks out Veterans,as they come with a skill set ingrained through military training and service. However, anyone displaying these characteristics would make an excellent candidate for VAS and the catastrophic claims adjusting career.