Texas Insurance Adjuster School
Start Your New Career with the Best in The Business!
Insurance is the tool that offers the opportunity for new beginnings when hope has been destroyed by a natural catastrophe. As a claims adjuster you offer the key that will restore a home or a business.
Only Adjuster Training Solutions can offer you the industry knowledge in a short yet comprehensive Texas All-Lines training course.
Effective assistance in the neighborhood-rebuilding effort after a natural disaster requires a specific depth of industry knowledge that can only be acquired from a reputable educational source. Take the Texas All-Lines licensing course and in three intense days, you know how to help families and businesses gain the resources to repair the damage caused by a natural catastrophe.
In cities vulnerable to weather catastrophes, there's no sign of the gusty winds or the stinging rains calming down. Throughout the country including Alaska and Hawaii, neighborhoods recovering from natural catastrophes or personal property accidents depend on your professionalism to restore homes and businesses. Declared disasters like floods, wildfires, tornadoes or hurricanes are rising with the largest tally in 13 years occurring in 2008 with 75 disasters.*
Longevity resides in an industry the meets a need. It's not easy preparing for unpredictable events like a natural disaster. Many prefer to think it can't happen to them. As an independent claim adjuster you can direct the attention of disaster survivors toward picking up the pieces of their lives. The role you play can be honorable and lucrative. The revenue you earn and the time you spend earning it depends on the individual fee structures insurance companies adopt and the level of disaster you must contend with. With the continued growth of property claims, the need for adjusters is expected to continue through 2016 based on U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.** In your role as an adjuster you are the liaison between the insurance companies and the disaster survivors paving the way for a rapid restoration effort.
Career success depends on your ability to develop a reputation for integrity and accuracy within the industry and Adjuster Training Solutions will get you there with real-life illustrations and a comprehensive curriculum. To obtain lucrative results, Adjuster Training Solutions prepares you with the following three major components:
- An industry-specific education,
- effective licensing preparation and
- a command of the industry's leading estimation software.
Adjuster Training Solutions, a Texas-registered education provider (#33972) maximizes your potential with the following required coursework:
- Xactimate estimation software (#24103),
- Texas All-Lines insurance adjuster pre-licensing (#24083) and
- The Fundamentals of Adjusting (#24437).
- and Alaska.
- inland marine,
- and worker's compensation.
Acquiring the credentials necessary to begin your new career as a claims adjuster begins with Adjuster Training Solutions' Texas All-Lines licensing program.
The value of your knowledge is based with the materials used to acquire it. The proper training materials provide you the opportunity to be a successful claims adjuster. Don't let the three days of study required for our Texas All-Lines course fool you into assuming the exam will be simple. In the shortest time possible, you will receive three days of accelerated study allowing you to develop in-depth knowledge and confidence to build the reputation that attracts business contracts.
The course covers a lot of information in a short amount of time. If for some reason you cannot successfully complete the Texas All-Lines exam, Adjuster Training Solutions will provide one-on-one exam coaching at no additional charge.
Your knowledgeable participation will be an important part of the recovery effort after you call us at 713-344-3223 or click the Register Today button below to acquire the valuable instruction offered by Adjuster Training Solutions.
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*Statistics reported from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)'s annual data on declared disasters as of May 2009.
** Forecast gathered from the Bureau of Labor Statistics' report on the outlook of claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners and investigators as of December 2007 is the most recent data provided.