Independent insurance claims services company Cunningham Lindsey U.S. (CLUS), based in Dallas, has convened its first Catastrophe Training Course for 2006 at subsidiary Vale National.
Following the success of these courses held on an emergency basis in previous years, CLUS continues to train additional CAT Adjusters for what is predicted to be yet another busy hurricane season. These students will undergo a full three-week Property Training Course followed by CLUS field training immediately thereafter.
This initial course began June 12, 2006, in order to allow for the completion of training in advance of peak season. Additional courses are scheduled for later in the summer, Cunningham Lindsey maintains the capabilities to initiate extra classes as the season warrants.
Speaking on the start of the course, David Repinski, president and CEO of CLUS said, “we are proud of Vale and the unique opportunity we have to provide superior training. This is yet another example of what we are doing to be better prepared for the 2006 hurricane season.”
“Our ability to utilize Vale, in conjunction with increased customer demand for qualified CAT Adjusters allows us to present a solution to the market” said Director of Property and Catastrophe, Karl Nann. “The addition of those who graduate to our CAT Roster will enable us to further support our clients.”
Source: Cunningham Lindsey U.S.
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