Adjuster 101 - The Concepts for the Modern Adjuster

This Five day class is designed to increase your skill set and level of preparation in the Insurance Adjusting industry.

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This class will be time intensive as the following subjects will be covered: Time Management, Organization, Product ID, Hail ID, Proper Photo Documentation, Scoping the Hail Loss, Estimating the Insurance loss with Xactimate, Accurate file note content documentation, and Effective Communication with the Policyholder in the Explanation of the Scope and Estimate. All types of Insurance losses will be covered in this class as well, covering the normal CAT type claims to different daily type of claims. 


Worley Company Dress Code

The dress code for all Worley classes is Business Casual. Business casual means dressing professionally and yet relaxed, looking neat and pulled together.

Do not wear the following:
• Tight-fitting, oversized or tattered items of clothing.
• Tank tops or spaghetti straps, strapless or halter-tops, sheer, low-cut and see-through blouses, or exposed midriff
• Jeans, sweat suits, jogging attire, fleece, loungewear, sleepwear, shorts or capris.
• Hats or clothing imprinted with negative connotations 
• Shoes without socks
• Tennis shoes (sneakers), Sandals, flip-flops, etc.

What's allowed:
• Khakis, Dockers style or dress pants
• Collared shirts with sleeves (i.e. – polo shirts, dress shirts), turtlenecks, sweaters and vests. Shirts should be tucked in.
• Students may wear skirts or dresses with modest hem lengths (hose not required)
• Presentable dress or casual shoes (dress sandals are allowed)