You’ve worked a deployment or two and feel pretty good about your adjusting skills. But you don’t know what you don’t know.
Or maybe you’ve been at this long enough to be considered the seasoned expert. But you understand that the “greats” in any field train every day because unchecked ability can lead to comfort zones and blind spots.
During a CAT event, most examiners or file reviewers don’t have time for you to learn on the job. They just fix your mistakes and remember the quality of your work for the next time around.
Adjusters who’ve been working storms, wild fires and daily claims for 20+ years will tell you they’re better adjusters after completing Advanced Scoping at CATI.
Isn’t time you got back in the classroom to refresh your skills and learn some new tricks?
Spend 4 days with Xactimate Affiliate Trainers in our immersive hands-on facility practicing new skills and honing the toolkit you already have:
Advanced Residential Scoping is best for adjusters with some experience in the field or as desk adjusters. Your prior experience will enable you to leverage your existing skills to greater mastery.
Examiners and desk adjusters will benefit from this training as it will help hone your file review and QA skills. Prior Xactimate estimating experience or training is essential, however.
Emerging adjusters who have completed CATI’s Residential Adjusting 101 may still benefit from this next-level training even if they have not yet had claim handling experience, though it will stretch you!
Participants in this course will be writing Xactimate estimates beginning on Day 1 of class. This course designed to hone your Xactimate skills in live claim simulations, but assumes you already have skills with the software of at least a proficiency level.
As such, as a prerequisite to taking Residential Adjusting 101, participants must have completed CATI’s Xactimate X1 Proficiency course OR have achieved the Xactimate Level 2 certification.
CLAIM HANDLING EXPERIENCE
Participants in this course are assumed to be well versed in the claim handling process, as well as scoping, measuring, sketching and estimating.
In the absence of actual property adjusting experience, participants must have completed CATI’s Residential Adjusting 101 course.
CATI will provide all instructional material for Residential Adjusting 101.
You will need to provide the following:
CATI will provide the following:
Advanced Residential Scoping is held primarily at our Irving, TX, training facility:
CATI Skyway Campus
3109 Skyway Circle North
Irving, TX 75039
Depending on class size, some portions may be held at our nearby Dallas facility.
You will receive more information prior to the start of class regarding class times and location.
CE hours are pending approval by the Texas Department of Insurance. Should they be approved prior to your scheduled class date, we will update you.