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By Guy Grand

Veteran Trade School

Veteran Trade School

Are you a veteran of the armed forces looking for the ideal trade school. Would you be interested in a trade school that has 98% job placement and tuition assistance for veterans? Well, you’re in luck. (VAS) Veteran Adjusting School is approved by the VA for the 9/11 GI Bill ® and has 98% job placement for its graduates

What Is CAT Adjusting?

When a catastrophic event occurs, insurance agencies and independent firms deploy CAT adjusters to the region. The adjusters will perform inspections throughout the region to determine how much compensation the insurance customer is entitled to under their policy. Some of the benefits to a career in catastrophe adjusting are:

  • High earning potential – catastrophic adjusters are paid per claim closed which allows for a high income for hard workers. A typical adjuster will average between $70k – $100k in 6 – 9 months.
  • Vacation time – since most CAT adjusters only work during the storm season, it leaves plenty of time off to enjoy their hard earned income.
  • Helping people – when a catastrophe hits, people are devastated and in desperate need of compensation to put their lives back together. CAT adjusters are able to get them that compensation.

Why CAT Adjusting Is Perfect For Vets?

Catastrophic or CAT adjusting is a rewarding career that veterans can excel in. The job requires a certain type of individual that can be deployed to catastrophe regions and work for months at a time. The characteristics of a successful CAT adjuster are:

  • Organization
  • Self-Motivation
  • Hard Working
  • Dedicated

A career in CAT adjusting is rewarding, but it isn’t for everyone. Do you have what it takes?

updated on 2-23-18

By Guy Grand

VETERAN TRAINING PROGRAM

Career for Veterans

Are you a veteran looking for a career that can utilize your unique skill set? Catastrophic (CAT) insurance adjusting is an ideal option for veterans.  A CAT adjuster will go to catastrophic events and estimate how much money insurance homeowners should be compensated under their policy. These adjusters can make 6 figures in one storm season. A storm season will typically last 6 – 8 months.

Going to a catastrophic event can be difficult for some people. It takes dedication and a good work ethic. With long hours and unusual work conditions, it takes a certain breed to handle the job. That is what makes this job such a great fit for veterans. The military consistently produces people with a great work ethic in the toughest of conditions.

With CAT adjusting, you make money based on the claims you close. So, you basically earn money based on how hard you are willing to work. That is why it is typical for a CAT adjuster to average “6 figures in 6 months.” The qualities of an adjuster that can do well in this field are self-motivation, organization, hard-work, and dedication.

Demand for CAT Adjusters Rising

Natural disasters and catastrophic events are on the rise with no signs of slowing down. The increase in severe weather conditions is creating a high demand for qualified and fully trained catastrophic insurance claims adjusters.

VA Approved CAT Adjuster Training Program

With a 100% graduation rate and a 96% job placement rate, Veterans Adjusting School (VAS) is your best choice for a catastrophe adjuster training program. VAS vocational training school, based in Sedona Arizona, has a complete program that takes the student from beginner to deployment ready in 6 weeks.

VAS is Approved by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs for Veteran’s Educational Benefits, and licensed by the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education as Vocational School #V1531.

The VAS school experience includes real-world simulations, mentorship through licensing, the complete adjuster tool-kit, laptops, Xactimate software training, and more. VAS mentors even help their students through their first claims to ensure that their estimations are configured correctly.

VAS Partners

Because of the high level of education provided by VAS, 15 insurance agencies have partnered with Veterans Adjusting School to provide their students with job placement after graduation.

 

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If you are interested in learning more about VAS insurance adjuster training program, click the button below to contact one of our mentors now.

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