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What kind of car do you want to drive? Just 40 hours of training can provide you with financial independence.  This virtual course requires no degree and no student loan debt. Scale up the income ladder fast.  A six-figure salary is not beyond reach.

The choice is yours. This is your chance to make the right choice.

“It’s been amazing.  I didn’t know what I wanted to do after high school. I didn’t like the options. When Encore came along, it was really life-changing.  I was able to live through a new light.  I could maneuver a lot better.”

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What is a Claims Adjuster?

They investigate insurance claims by interviewing, researching, and inspecting. A claims adjuster determines the extent of an insurance company’s liability. There are three main types: Independent Adjuster, Staff Adjuster, and Public Adjuster.

How do I become a Claims Adjuster?

Becoming an insurance claims adjuster is not complicated. Claims adjusters must have a high school diploma or GED; an associate’s or bachelor’s degree may be required by some employers or for a specific job requirement. Steps to licensure:

What’s next?

  • Select an adjuster career path - Staff, Independent, Catastrophe, Public
  • Begin Software training
  • Secure and begin your first position
  • Maintain license through continuing education at Encore Claims Services

Benefits of becoming a Claims Adjuster

  • Earn a high salary (median base salary $65,000, easily work up to $100,000)
  • Work from home
  • Flexible workload
  • Stable industry

Encore Claims Services

  • Helps you determine if Claims Adjuster is right for you.
  • Helps you take the course
  • Helps you prepare for the test.
  • Helps with job placement.