AIS invites you to take this course, any of the individually categorized modules or purchase the eBooks, to complete or enhance your knowledge of insurance adjusting. Adjusters Insurance School’s online curriculum was developed to provide men and women, like you, the comprehensive knowledge and know-how for securing success in the insurance adjusting field.
AIS offers three ways to take advantage of our insurance adjusting training. First, we offer the course in 53 individual lessons. Secondly, the course is offered in a collection of several lessons made-up into separate topic modules, and thirdly, the course is offered, for your convenience, in eBook form. Each method contains the identical in-depth, comprehensive information including visual aids, and references. The school lessons and modules contain a highly beneficial, detailed, testing and scoring system, click here now to view the lessons and modules.
These courses individually offer the most inclusive online insurance adjusting training programs available anywhere. With over 60 years of experience under our belts, we have built the most effective online training platform in existence; all in the pursuit to assist you to become a consummate insurance adjuster. Choose for yourself which method most fits your time constraints and learning style.
The world is about to embark on a fourth industrial revolution, propelled by innovative technologies termed as the “Smart Factory.” The real world will be turned into a huge information system bringing about a new paradigm in industrial business models affecting supply chains, transportation systems, and labour skills. With the Smart Factory still in its infancy, it is difficult to envisage exactly the scale and speed of its impact on the global economy.
The interdependence of processes embedded in the Smart Factory concept will present significant challenges from a risk management perspective. More information is available on the website of the CRO FORUM, click here now. The complex and information intensive nature of the Smart Factory is likely to drive changes in customers’ insurance needs and the insurance industry will face a demand to build tailored solutions for the residual risks.
This paper looks at the drivers shaping the rise of the Smart Factory, some of the risks management implications these developments pose for our customers, and, considers in broad terms the ways in which the insurance sector can assist with appropriate risk mitigations, while recognising that not all risks will be insurable.
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, view here. 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.
One of our graduates (who took the basic course), was able to land a very good job as an adjuster specializing in content claims after her graduation.
I know, she worked for my firm. She was doing great and one day I noticed that she was driving a brand new Jeep and looking for a home to purchase.. I considered her an AIS Success story but then all of a sudden, she came into my office to let me know she was leaving the adjusting field. When I asked her why, she let me know that, while she was content with her hours, her pay and her acceptance as an employee at our firm, she could no longer put up with (1) dishonest insurance companies trying to save money, (2) lying contractors and (3) greedy insureds.
Why would I put such devastating information in a blog? Obviously it is in the Adjusters Insurance School’s best interest to paint a rosy picture to obtain more students because, frankly, we have found that we can’t just live on prayer. However, sometimes industries do not level with people who are looking for work. All industries have their issues. My son in law once told me that if you have a $50,000 job you will put up with $50,000 worth of crap. If you are making $100,000 you will be putting up with $100,000 worth of crap. So lets get real here. Yes, there are problems in the insurance adjusting industry but look at what nurses have to put up with. Or give any sales organization bent on quotas and goals, a look and you will see that sales may not be a field for you even though some people are rockin and rollin in this job.. And, what kind of guts does it take to become a law enforcement officer no matter what the pay?
Judge Judy left the bench where she was a public servant. Martha Stewart left her job on Wall Street and her stint as a model to move on. Dr. Phil laments the time when he was a failing family therapist. Careers are not just for anyone, visit our page.
I recall that years ago I went to a job search company where, for a fee, they will find you a job. We were high up in an office building in a major Capital city when he asked me what I wanted to do. I said, “just about anything”. His response was to tell me to look out towards the high rise building under construction that you could see from his window.. “Do you see those people working down there on the ground floor”, he asked. I nodded that I did. “Now”, he said, “do you see that guy up there”? There in plain view was a man who was hanging on , putting rivets in the large metal girders that were being lowered by a giant crane, “That guy up there is making almost ten times what the people on the ground are making”, he said. “And do you know why? He is doing some thing that others can’t (or won’t) do.
In the meantime, insurance adjusters do “rebuild lives”. And maybe, just maybe, you will like it and spend as much time in your job as I have in mine serving as an adjuster. I love it but yes, things are not always peaches and cream.
If you are like me, sign up for the Adjusters Insurance School today.
A fire insurance is one such policy in which an individual agrees to pay a certain sum of money to the insurer in exchange to get benefits for the fire losses.
A fire insurance policy offers the comprehensive security for stocks, business buildings, home, etc. The policy offers financial security by covering losses or damages that may arise due to fire loss or damages.
Some events of fire losses in India –
– April 16, 1990: 70 people were killed when a fire erupted in a shuttle train in Patna.
– August 6, 2001: A fire accident occurred at a private mental asylum in Tamil Nadu.
– January 23, 2004: 49 people were killed and 40 others were injured when a fire started at a marriage hall in Tamil Nadu.
– November 8, 2016: A total 150 shops were gutted after a fire broke out in Jama Masjid area in Delhi.
– May 23, 2017: A major fire destroyed over 50 shops and goods worth crores in Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi.
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Now, let’s understand the importance of a fire insurance policy –
Your home is your abode of dreams, however, any mishap like fire can arise to destroy the ‘beauty’ of your house. So, it makes sense to go with a fire insurance policy that curtails financial losses due to fire to some extent. Here are some of the advantages of a fire insurance policy for homeowners-
It ensures the cost of damages to the building
It gives replacement cost, which helps a home owner to buy a similar article
It covers replacement cost for the electronic items, like computers, air conditioners, television, etc.
For Office & Factory Owners:
Irrespective of its size, every business needs a fire insurance policy. In every office, the company keeps its important files, documents, and assets. If a fire happens, it will be a great disaster. So, buying a fire insurance policy becomes important which promises to financial guard you against losses or damages. Here are some of the benefits of a fire insurance policy for office & factory owners-
It covers the cost of stocks damaged in fire
In some cases, it gives death benefits to the family of the employee if he/she dies in a fire accident
It gives the replacement or repair cost of the machines in case they are damaged due to fire
Remember, fire accidents are unexpected and destructive. A fire insurance policy gives the financial security for home, furniture, shares, and other business assets. The policy is useful as it gives the price of properties and assets which get damaged due to fire. Hence, having a fire insurance policy is necessary for personal, social, and national sectors.
It was the most memorable day of the lives of Raj and Kavita when they first time entered their own house which was also their first big joint investment after marriage. The excitement of living in ‘own’ home was so big, that they decided to discard all the furniture which they had in their rented apartment. They hired an interior decorator who donned up the entire house with new style. The couple spent around five lakhs in furniture and fixture.
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However, a few days ago, a fire erupted in the house when Kavita forgot to switch off the iron as she was in a hurry to drop her son, Arthav to the school. When she came back, a fire erupted at the ironing table. Though, she was able to douse the flames on time, but not before bed, carpet and dressing table caught fire. Luckily, the couple had bought a fire insurance policy at the time of buying the house and therefore, their insurer came forward to cover their losses. The insurer appointed a surveyor who calculated the total fire loss as Rs 80,000. Thankfully, the couple did not have to incur major financial losses as their fire insurer was there to help pdln can be as well.
Mrs. Anjali Mehta bought a fire insurance policy to insure her fancy shop for Rs 4 lakh. Last year, the shop met with a fire accident due to short-circuit. She immediately called up the police, fire brigade and informed her insurer also. The insurer appointed a surveyor who estimated the loss as Rs 2 lakh and after carefully reviewing the policy document and surveyor’s report, the insurer settled the claim.