For New & Experienced Adjusters
Release Date 4/1/2018
BAC Adjusting, Inc. will be hosting a training seminar for those who wish to learn how to properly communicate with the insured, scope a damaged property, file preliminary reports, write estimates and close a flood claim. There will also be an overview of how to handle a property claim. The benefit of this training is the real world application of scoping a loss, applying the policy terms and conditions to three differently rated risks, and learning the most common software application in the flood business. We have had brand new adjusters as well as experienced adjusters attend this training and all left saying they gained knowledge and were glad they had attended.
Training will be held in Mobile, Alabama May 21th through 25th.
Schedule will be as follows:
May 21st, Monday 8:30AM – until Visit and Scope 3 different properties with different coverage applications.
May 22nd, Tuesday 8:30AM – 5:30PM Simsol Software Training on the three scoped claims.
May 24th, Wednesday 8:30AM – 5:30PM Simsol Software Training on the three scoped claims.
May 25th, Thursday 8:30AM – 4:30PM NFIP Adjuster Workshop – You must register to attend the NFIP Workshop – (See Details Below)
May 26th, Friday 8:30AM – 3:30PM Simsol Software Training on the three scoped claims.
Fee for the course is $295.00 and if you qualify to and choose to work claims with BAC Adjusting after the seminar, your registration fee will be refunded in the following manner: 50% after completion of the first 50 assignments and 50% after completion of the 100th assignment.
There is no charge for the NFIP Adjuster Certification Class. You must click here and register: http://h2o.adobeconnect.com/mobile_al_2018/event/registration.html to register for this event. If it says the event is full, keep trying each day as more spots are likely to open. There are usually a large number of no-shows and late registering at the door should be possible. If you have already attended a Workshop, feel free to use this day to site see.