The spring of 2013 saw one of the worst tornado seasons in U.S. history. No place was harder hit than this residential area in Moore, Oklahoma. When the EF-5 tornado hit, it rendered thousands of people injured, homeless and devastated. This devastation resulted in 80,000 claims needing to be adjusted. Hundreds of Professional Insurance Adjusters came from all across the country and more were needed. It was the insurance adjusters who were first on the scene to provide, comfort, solutions, security and hope for the future.
ADJUSTERS INSURANCE SCHOOL was founded after World War II for the specific purpose of providing educational courses in insurance adjusting for returning servicemen. Over the years AIS has gained an impeccable reputation for excellent insurance adjusting training. With the up to date changes and continuous new innovative improvements, Adjusters Insurance School continues to offer the best comprehensive course available. Numerous changes have been made in both the industry and the AIS course since its inception however, the persistent need for professional, well-trained adjusters to handle insurance claims has stayed constant. The tragic impact of ever increasing natural disasters, seem to increase with the growth of our population, the number of adjusters has not grown along with the growth in claims. AIS story has always been to provide a superior tool for providing an all-inclusive educational training in insurance adjusting.
ADJUSTERS INSURANCE SCHOOL correspondence courses make it easy to study each topic on your own time and at your own pace. These courses are also affordable. They were developed to provide those who wish to become adjusters the means by which to learn how to provide the best possible service in the adjustment of insurance claims, and to provide current adjusters with the means to recertify themselves at home.
ADJUSTERS INSURANCE SCHOOL operates within the guidelines established by Vocational Training Agencies. The curriculum is continually updated to incorporate major changes in the laws, and an experienced faculty member is available to respond to student questions. Student rights provisions were developed within the framework of the California Education Code, Section 94311. The curriculum is a home study course designed to train enrollees in a broad overall review of the industry requirements, duties, and responsibilities of a claim investigator and insurance adjuster. It is designed to be challenging and comprehensive. Prospective enrollees are encouraged to contact the administrative offices of the school to discuss personal, educational, and occupational plans with school personnel prior to enrolling or signing enrollment agreements. This school currently does not have available programs, government or otherwise, to provide grants or to pay for portions of tuition and fees.All student records are retained for a period of FIVE (5) years. Student information and course activity are deemed private and will not be released to any entity, agency, or person without the prior written consent of the student.
All content in the courses listed herein are certified by the School Administrator