One of the many benefits of being a claims adjuster is the flexibility to take breaks in between assignments. Why not make good use of those breaks by investing your time in adding a couple of certifications to your resume?There’s no time like the present to get up to date on your certifications. We have many insurance jobs and are always looking for qualified candidates. We’ve said it before, but the best way to get ahead in the insurance industry is to attain more certifications in order to diversify yourself as a candidate.
Why should Property Adjusters Be Haag Certified?
This certificate gives you extra recognition on your resume and will set you apart from other candidates. Many carriers recognize the Haag Certificate and specifically request Haag certified adjusters for specific assignments. Additionally, many carriers require the Haag Certification for specific types losses. Setting yourself apart is always a top goal among job seekers, plus Haag has 3 different certificates for you to obtain.
What Certifications does Haag offer? What does each one include?
There are 3 courses you can take in various cities across the U.S. Below are descriptions of each course from Haag’s own website.
The Haag Commercial Course covers damage assessment of flat roofing systems more commonly found on commercial buildings. Some roofing products covered in the commercial class are: built-up, mod-bit, TPO, PVC, EPDM, SPF, metal roofs, and vegetated roof systems.
The Haag Residential Course covers damage assessment of sloped roofs more commonly found on residential houses and buildings. The roofing products discussed in the Residential class are composition, wood, tile, metal, slate, and fiber cement/synthetics.
The Haag Wind Damage Course covers wind damage to entire building envelopes rather than focusing specifically on roofs.
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How Do I Sign Up?
Ready to register? TheBestIRS has good news for you! We have a discount code for $225 off your registration fee. Sign up for the Haag Wind Damage, Residential, or Commercial Certification Course and use our code!
How do you make the most of your time off? Are there any other certifications you are trying to obtain in between assignments?