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VETERAN ADJUSTING SCHOOLVETERAN ADJUSTING SCHOOL

by Guy Grand

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Looking for a job with three to six months of vacation, six to nine months of work with $70 to $100k pay? Then Veteran Adjusting School is your answer. VAS is a VA-approved, six week vocational training, with a 100% graduation rate and 95% job placement. It is an interactive and comprehensive catastrophe adjuster training program that pushes the boundaries of participation-based learning.

CAT Adjusting

Catastrophe adjusting or CAT is a process of assessing how much compensation customers are entitled to under their policies after a catastrophe (hurricane, flood, hailstorm, etc.). These claim adjusters will perform inspections for the insurance agencies that contract with them. They will generally perform inspections for weeks to months at a time in the affected area. A VAS certified graduate carries weight in the insurance adjusting world and is your first step into insurance adjusting.

Rewarding Career

Self-employed and independently contracted, catastrophe adjusting allows very high earning potential for hard working, dedicated, and driven individuals.They have the ability to make their own hours, and get paid per claim closed. This allows for hard-working people to make $70-$100k and months of vacation time. Besides the high income and independence, CAT adjusters are able to help people that are suffering through a catastrophic event, to receive the compensation they are entitled to under their insurance policy.

VAS Partners

VAS has 18 partners that believe so much in the program’s ability to produce superior adjusters, that they hire VAS graduates right out of school. Typically, it is very difficult to get into the CAT adjusting niche, but VAS produces top-notch catastrophe adjusters fully equipped and ready to perform quality claim inspections right out of school.

The Right Fit?

Because of the dedication, hard-work, organization and self-motivation it takes to be successful in the industry, VAS looks for clearly qualified candidates. This is why they don’t just take any student. CAT adjusting can be very rewarding, but it’s not the right fit for everyone. Do you have what it takes?

Veteran Adjusting School - Catastrophic Insurance Claims Adjuster Training

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