Questions to Ask Before Selecting a School for Xactimate Training
Are there real Adjusters at the school or training facility?
Are any of the instructors considered experts in Adjusting and Xactimate?
Are their instructors Master Certified by Xactimate?
Do the courses they teach prepare you to take the Level 1 and Level 2 Xactimate Certification Exams?
How do the instructors keep up to date on all the Xactimate changes, and how do they pass them on to you?
Will I receive Continuing Education credits for this Course? If so, how many hours of C.E. will I receive?
Meet Your Instructor
Our webinars are taught by Master Certified Xactimate Instructor, Bruce Authement, and they are identical to our Live Classroom courses except with the benefit that you can attend the course from your home or office. Bruce is the current president of the National Association of Catastrophe Adjusters and has 20 years of experience as a catastrophe adjuster and trainer. Additionally, your Webinar will be recorded and made available for you to use as a resource for later viewing. Bruce will slowly demonstrate each lesson and then will work with the class as each participant replicates in Xactimate what they have been taught. Bruce breaks down each activity into small bite-size chunks so they can be easily digested and learned. Each activity builds on the one that preceded it. You can ask as many questions as you like as the Webinar is intended to be interactive between the Bruce and participants.
Your Class is recorded and made available for your later viewing.
Use of Xactimate is in your “real-world” setting; a high “transfer of knowledge.”
You are eligible for quarterly Xactimate Webinar updates for life.
Small class sizes.
Our Teaching Style – Step by Step
First: Instruction are given on the “what” and “why” of a lesson.
Second: A slow step-by-step instructor demonstration of each incremental activity in the lesson is presented.
Third: Participants then undertake the same activities with instructor oversight. Need help? Just ask Bruce in the webinar, send a chat, or share your screen.
Fourth: Your instructor will confirm with each student that they have confidently and competently performed the activity in the lesson.
Fifth: Keep in mind, we never move forward until all participants understand and can complete an activity or lesson…never.