Practical Adjusting – Version 2.0
This course is packed with practical information and insider tips that you can only get from someone who’s been in the field. 2021 Training’s Practical Adjusting Course for insurance adjustors will cover the fundamentals of the profession and teach the skills needed to be successful in the field. You will become knowledgeable and confident in topics such as risk assessment, claim evaluation, negotiation and settlement, and customer service.
What you will learn:
- How To Find Your First Job As An Insurance Claims Adjuster
- How Alert Levels Affect Employment Opportunity
- Tools Of The Trade
- Insider Information From An Experienced Claims Adjuster
And much more!
Risk assessment and claim evaluation are both important parts of being an insurance adjuster. The course should cover how to identify potential risks and how to assess the likelihood of them occurring. It should also teach adjustors how to determine the impact of a risk and how to weigh the cost of a risk versus the benefit of avoiding it. You can expect to learn how to accurately assess the damages and losses incurred by a claimant, and how to determine the amount of compensation that should be paid. It should also teach adjustors how to negotiate with claimants to reach a mutually-beneficial agreement.
Learn The Ropes From Trusted Adjusters
Negotiation and settlement is an essential skill for adjustors. The course should teach them how to negotiate with claimants to reach an agreement that is fair to both parties and which satisfies the claimant’s needs. It should also cover how to come to a settlement that is legally binding and which meets the requirements of the insurance company.
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Customer service is an important part of being an insurance adjuster. This course should cover how to handle customer complaints, how to resolve disputes between customers and insurers, and how to ensure that customers receive the best possible service. It should also teach adjustors how to be professional and courteous when dealing with customers. By taking a practical adjusting course, insurance adjustors will be well-equipped to handle their job responsibilities. They will be able to assess risks, evaluate claims, negotiate settlements, and provide excellent customer service. This will help them be successful in their profession and ensure that their customers are satisfied with the service they provide.
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Our Practical Adjusting Course will help insurance adjusters better understand the industry and the policies they are dealing with on a daily basis. Knowing the basics of the insurance industry allows adjusters to better assess claims, evaluate damages, and make sound decisions when settling claims. It also allows them to be more knowledgeable when interacting with policyholders and providing customer service.
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Understanding the basics of the insurance industry allows adjusters to be more confident when dealing with complex situations and resolving disputes. Ultimately, a training course on the basics of the insurance industry can help insurance adjusters become more effective and successful in their job. Contact 2021 Training for more information!
|Texas CE Information|
|TX CE Hours|
|Florida CE Information|
FL Course # 109572, Course Offering #1120876
|FL CE Hours|
5 Hours – Adjuster Optional Hours
Residents of these states can designate Texas as their designated home state as an independent adjuster.
- New Jersey
- North Dakota
- South Dakota