The National Institute of Adjusting Texas All-Lines Adjuster License Course (#127607) has been certified and approved by the Texas Department of Insurance. Our All-Lines License course encompasses and meet the requirements necessary regarding the specific laws and regulations by the Texas Department of Insurance.
Classroom hours are Friday and Saturday 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. with the final day Sunday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The informative 3 day course will cover the following curriculum:
The National Institute of Adjusting offers a 1 day course (#129584) that covers the techniques and requirements of becoming an established adjuster. This class enables potential adjusters to capitalize on the experience of our trained staff and instructors regarding knowledgeable tips that are crucial regarding handling claims.
Classroom hours are Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Some of the topics covered include:
This class has been approved for 7 hours of Continuing Education by the Texas Department of Insurance.
The National Institute of Adjusting offers an informative 2 day Xactimate Training course (#27037). Knowing the essentials of this estimating program and criteria are vital to your effectiveness and efficiency as a claims adjuster. This course will give you the insight and education required to become an effective user of Xactimate 28 and Sketch.
Classroom hours are Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Topics covered within our course include:
This course requires that you bring your own laptop. It is recommended that you also bring a mouse for this class. Having a mouse will enable you to navigate much easier when we perform the sketch creations of both rooms and roofs during our course. System requirements for Xactimate 28 include:
Unfortunately, we are unable to provide assistance in loading the Xactimate software onto your laptop. It is highly recommended that you load the software to your laptop prior to class to ensure a successful upload and maximize your participation in the class. Please upload the software to your computer no more than 3 days prior to class. Contact Xactware for assistance at: www.xactware.com to get started.
This course has been approved for 13 hours of Continuing Education by the Texas Department of Insurance.