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?
You may want to check with Ryze Claims Solutions https://ryzeclaims.com/about-us/#careers.
They have career opportunities that included training. Two main locations in Tampa and Indianapolis.
Best of luck to you!
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.
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) https://adjusterpro.com/become-cat-adjuster/ - (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: https://adjusterpro.com/florida-adjuster-license-types/)
2) https://www.ce.ucf.edu/Program/Accredited-Claims-Adjuster-Designation-Adjuster-License - (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) https://adjusterpro.com/florida-insurance-claims-adjuster-license/ - (This is another low cost training alternative for you to consider.)
I hope these resources are helpful for you. Good luck!
All the best,
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