The Insurance Adjuster Training Program is designed to train, license and mentor participants to become professional insurance claim adjusters.
Upon completion participants will be licensed and equipped to handle Property, Casualty, Surety and Workers Compensation claims for the following states: Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin & West Virginia.
View our IAT Program Brochure for more information.
September 6, 2020 - October 31, 2020
January 31, 2021 - March 27, 2021
All this insurance adjuster talk must have you curious about what an insurance claim adjuster does.
View our Adjuster Career Brochure for more information about the exciting career of insurance claim adjusting including, our role, responsibilities and compensation.
Total Cost includes: Tuition, Books, Supplies, Tools, Licensing, and Administrative Costs
Courses: Texas All Lines Pre-Licensing, First Impressions & Customer Service, Policy Interpretation, Computer Skills 101, Personal Property (Contents), Property Adjuster 101 and Estimating with Xactimate.
Curriculum study and pre-study materials for all tuition courses.
Supplies include: Laptop, Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, Clipboard, Graph Paper, Writing Utensils, Pitch Gauge, Shingle Gauges, Sheetmetal Gauge, Magnet, Laser Measure, Sidewalk Chalk, Tool Belt, Ladder, Digital Camera, and Tape Measures. Supply cost also includes estimated shipping costs.
Software: Microsoft Office Suite, Xactimate Subscription, and Internet/Wi-Fi service (2 month duration).
Licensing fingerprinting, application and processing fees for Texas.
Licensing application and processing fees for Oklahoma, Kentucky, Michigan and West Virgina.
Administrative cost to assist in program enrollment, state fingerprinting, state licensing application processing, mentoring, one-on-one career targeting and job-placement assistance.
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