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Looking for resources to get trained as a Catastrophic Insurance Adjuster ($22,000 tuition) Any ideas?


Antoine Skrine Orlando, FL

I'm looking for funding ideas and or resources to get trained as a Catastrophic Insurance Adjuster ($22,000 tuition). The school I'm looking at ((VAS) Veteran Adjusting School)
doesn't take any Federal Aid Funding, and I don't have GI Bill left. Any ideas?

13 November 2021 3 replies Career Exploration



Henry Lahti Bay Minette, AL

Hello Antoine,

You may want to check with Ryze Claims Solutions
They have career opportunities that included training. Two main locations in Tampa and Indianapolis.

Best of luck to you!

24 November 2021 Helpful answer


Louis Schwarz Somerville, NJ

Hi, To do adjusting, you need claims experience. Any insurance compan
y or claims service would be a good place to start looking. That is your entry point.

22 November 2021 Helpful answer


Giana Dominguez New York, NY

Hi Antoine,

Thank you for your question! I see that you are based in Florida and found a few resources that may be helpful for you. I found two alternatives for you to consider if you are looking for a lower cost training program:

1) - (This is a step-by-step guide outlining the steps you need to take to become a Catastrophic Claims Adjuster. I'm also including a link that outlines the different types of licenses you can obtain in Florida:

2) - (This is a cheaper alternative for Adjuster training in the Central Florida area through UCF. The training program is remote and less than $700 for training! Successful completion of this course will reduce your portion of the license application fees by eliminating the $56.00 examination fee.)

3) - (This is another low cost training alternative for you to consider.)

I hope these resources are helpful for you. Good luck!

All the best,

15 November 2021 Helpful answer

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