position yourself for the next big Mississippi storm event

certify now for ms plans field & examiner deployments

Eberl is the TPA for Mississippi Windstorm Underwriting Association (MWUA) and Mississippi Residential Property Insurance Underwriting Association (MRPIUA).

Annual certification is required for any adjuster to deploy to work for MS Plans. First-time certification must be done in person or at a live webinar and includes a practical written estimating or file review assessment. 

CATI is the sole provider of MS Plans training and certification.

already certified?

Certification is required annually. If you have previously certified at a live session, either in-person or via webinar, you may renew via the on-demand online training. Examiners who have previously certified must complete the on-demand renewal and will also be required to complete on-demand Guidewire claim system training.

ms plans certification

Enrollment for the 2022 Certification Webinar & the 2022 Renewal for Field Adjusters and Inside Examiners who have previously certified is now open. Click below to register.

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Required for all first-time Field Adjuster and Desk Examiner certifications.

Assessments will follow the webinar training. We recommend you plan for a full day of training/exam.


All sessions are held via zoom livestream webinar

All webinars s are scheduled from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm Central time.

Assessment can take up to an additional 2 hours and is due the day of training.

Desk Examiners
Field Adjusters

who can certify?

Eberl is seeking qualified  field adjusters and desk examiners to fill critical seats during a storm event. Adjusters must be on the roster for Eberl or one of our designated partner firms.

things to know about MS PLans CERTIFICATION

In a storm event, adjusters who are certified are available to be deployed. Waiting until after the storm is upon us may mean you get left behind.
Your certification is good for 12 months from the date you complete it. Only the first-time certification must be completed in person or via a live webinar. Annual renewals can be completed online at your own pace. The renewal course is available in the Learning Center.
Eberl does not guarantee deployment. Deployment decisions are made based on a combination of factors, including the specific needs of the event and the skills and expertise of the adjuster.
If you meet the 2-year experience requirement for both roles, you may certify for both desk and field. You will enroll in the Level I Webinar. During the session, you will be asked to specify the role you are certifying for and will indicate both. You will be enrolled in both the field and examiner assessments, but need only complete the field exam. Your examiner assessment will be updated automatically. You do not need to complete the assessment twice. Once you have successfully completed the assessment, contact us at training@eberls.com for assistance. Those certifying for examiner will need to complete the Level II Guidewire webinar.
Yes, first-time certification requires successfully completing an assessment. The assessment will consist of an objective exam covering the MS Plans program, policies, and estimating and claim handling guidelines. Additionally, the exam will assess adjuster and examiner understanding and application of estimatics. Xactimate is not required to complete the assessment.
The initial training will be the same for both roles. Eligible examiners will be required to complete Level II training on the Guidewire claim management system.

Don't wait until the storm is here. prepare to deploy now.