Sedona, AZ, April 27, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- (VAS) Veteran Adjusting School is officially approved by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs for veteran’s educational benefits. This allows the VAS program to guarantee tuition assistance for veterans of the armed forces. Veteran Adjusting School has made these efforts for VA approval in order to show thanks and support to United States Veterans.
(VAS) Veteran Adjusting School, licensed by the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education as Vocational School #V1531, is a trade school for catastrophic (CAT) and day to day claims adjuster training. The school focuses on training returning veterans of the armed forces as CAT adjusters. CAT adjusters are deployed to catastrophic events (like a flood, hurricane, or major storm) to estimate claims for insurance agencies (IA). The main reason for focusing on training veterans is that the disastrous conditions during a catastrophic storm deployment and work ethic required to estimate claims in these situations are best suited to well-trained returning soldiers.
Veteran Adjusting School is excited about being able to work with the VA for tuition assistance. A spokesperson for the company was quoted as saying, “What a fantastic partnership! Getting approval for veteran’s educational benefits is a major milestone for the school. Veterans defend our country, and we are proud to show our support.”
About (VAS) Veteran Adjusting School:
VAS is a catastrophic and day to day claims adjuster trade school in Sedona, Arizona. VAS has a 100% graduation rate and a 96% job placement rate. Claims adjusters estimate how much compensation an insurance company will pay based on the policy issued and damaged caused. The VAS 6 week training program includes real-world simulations, mentorship through licensing, software training, and everything needed to be ready to estimate from day one. VAS currently has fifteen insurance agency partners for post-graduation job placement.