NACA – 2SS (2 STORY STEEP)
“Steep and tall, can do it all.”
This course, which is know by several names such as 2 Story Steep/Rope & Harness/Steep and Tall Training, is like have an unending fuel tank in your vehicle on your pathway to success. Without being 2SS Certified, you vastly limit your income potential as a claims adjuster.
Unlike component billing, which is where you bill per claim (as taught in NACA Course Adjuster 101), 2SS deployments typically have a “day-rate” associated with them. Day rate can be terrific, because regardless of the amount of claims you run that day, you are still going to make your “day rate”. A Field Adjusters day rate will typically range from $539-$750 per day.
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In addition, when you are a qualified 2SS Adjuster, you can run more claims on a per claim billing basis, which should make you a lot more money. Completion of this course will enable you to bill for the use of rope and harness for an additional fee, which in turn makes you more money.
Without this course and its subsequent Certification, you are more likely to be released from the storesite much sooner than than a 2SS adjuster with this certification. Which just makes sense.
Think about it from the Insurance Carriers point of view; Why keep several adjusters around costing them money, when you can have only a few adjusters, or even just one adjuster, that can inspect any claim sent their way. That’s the beauty of the 2SS Certification
This 1 day course is designed for anyone looking to expand their marketability as an adjuster and train for a position on a steep roof team, or as a Solo 2SS Claim Representative.
course will teach you how to safely and effectively climb, measure, and examine roofs with an excessive pitch. The class will teach you methods to greatly reduce the risk of injury while working on a roof and increase your chances of working on a Catastrophe site for a prolonged period of time.
This is a hands on class and you will be training on several roofs with varied pitches up to a 14/12 pitch.
Dress Code is casual work attire: Jeans, rubber soled climbing shoes
This course does not qualify for CE Credits. You will receive a Certificate upon completion