Introduction to Insurance Adjusting

So, you’re thinking about becoming an Insurance Adjuster
Rating: 4.8 out of 5 (142 ratings)
1,155 students
Students will learn how to become and insurance adjuster.
Students will learn about the various work environments and job duties of insurance adjusters.
Students will learn about the different types of insurance adjusters.
Student will be shown where to look for employment.
Students will be learn about professional designations.
Students will be shown how much money an insurance adjuster can earn.


  • High school diploma or at least a GED


This course will introduce the student to the world of insurance adjusting.  Most people I speak to are not aware of what an insurance adjuster is and even fewer have a clue how to become one.

We will cover:

  1. License Requirements

  2. Job Description

  3. Types of Adjusters

  4. Work Environment

  5. Tools of the Trade

  6. Catastrophe Adjusting

  7. Who's Hiring

  8. Professional Designations

  9. Pay

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who may be looking to start or change careers.

Course content

1 section5 lectures30m total length
  • Introduction to Insurance Adjusting
  • Types of Insurance Adjusters
  • Work Enviornment and Tools of the Trade
  • Getting Hired and Professional Designations
  • How Much do Adjusters Get Paid?


Experienced Muti-Line Insurance Adjuster
John Walker
  • 4.8 Instructor Rating
  • 142 Reviews
  • 1,155 Students
  • 1 Course

• Seven years of adjusting experience consisting of Wrongful Death, Bodily Injury, Property/Auto Damage, and Personal Injury (Workers' Comp and General Liability) claims

• Staff and Independent Adjuster experience

• Litigation Defense Strategist

• Corporate Witness experience

• Seven years in the United States Army; Team leadership, Facility management, Training management

• Operation Iraqi Freedom Veteran 09-10