• 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry
  • 41 Years
    Serving the Catastrophe Adjusting Industry

Mentor Program - Hands on Experience

Are you a new adjuster wanting to learn the skills needed to be successful?

Are you a seasoned adjuster and member of NACA who would like to pass on the lessons you have learned?

A MESSAGE FROM WOODY BRITTON, AIC

The NACA Mentoring program is designed to assist both experienced adjusters and new adjusters. The benefit for experienced adjusters is to provide a pool of adjuster trainees that have demonstrated an interest in the adjusting business. The experienced adjuster can chose a “newbie” to work with them, provide clerical support, computer input support or field assistance in the claims process. The “newbie” benefits from the advice and training an experienced adjuster can provide.

The Mentor resume is a posting for experienced members to submit a listing to agree to mentor a Newbie into the adjusting business. The Newbie listing will show a brief bio of the person interested in working in the adjusting business. The idea is to assist both sides in coming together and providing key support for the needs of both the adjuster and “newbie”. NACA would encourage all “newbies” to apply for an apprentice membership in NACA.

The apprentice membership allows a person with little or no experience to join NACA and participate in the convention, with the exception of voting on items.

  • President of Client Development for U.S. Adjusting Services says,
    NACA is a great association to network and identify true industry leaders as well as our current team of elite adjusters and colleagues in the industry. The best thing about NACA is the exposure for our training company, CATI - the largest hands on training facility in the Nation.
    – Jessica Hamilton
    NACA Mentor Program
  • Allcat says,
    NACA's Convention is a premier event for education and networking!
    – Dan W
    NACA Mentor Program
  • President of The SIS Group
    In my 30 years of catastrophe adjusting, I have not found a better source for finding the BEST adjusters than the NACA members.
    – John Postava
    NACA Mentor Program
  • Thanks!
    Thanks for your assistance in helping me launch my career as an adjuster. The Monday after the convention, I began a two week training course and the week after graduating, I was in Kentucky working on the KY ice and wind storm claims!
    – Chris Vogt
    NACA Mentor Program