Governance, Risk & Compliance

Governance, Risk & Compliance

August 22, 2011

AdjusterPro in Pact with Crawford & Company for Property Technical Certification Program

Crawford & Company, a provider of claims management solutions to the risk management and insurance industry, and AdjusterPro, a provider of claims adjuster pre-licensing, certification, exam prep, continuing education and practical training, announced their partnership to promote the online Property Technical Certification (PTC) program via websites and social media.

This strategic collaboration enables AdjusterPro to resell the three-part PTC program on its website and leverage the Well-Adjusted Blog and network at to provide a forum for discussion about the value of the PTC program, company officials said.

“We strongly believe the claims industry is in need of an open forum to discuss the importance of evaluating and standardizing the technical skills of property adjusters,” said Douglas Dell (News - Alert), senior vice president of e-Learning Services for Crawford, in a statement. “With AdjusterPro's online resources, we are confident we can elevate the status of PTC's educational benefits and establish a continuing dialogue supporting all insurance professionals.”

This partnership will offer several benefits to the insurance and risk management industry. The three-part PTC program is designed to fill a gap in validation of expertise among property claims adjusters and help ensure that adjusters can efficiently navigate the claims process.

“We have always striven to offer the highest quality training and most relevant certifications to the claims industry to deliver on our commitment to excellence for our students,” said Adam Gardiner, chief executive officer, AdjusterPro, in a statement. “With the addition of the PTC program, we believe we will continue to accomplish those goals in a powerful way.”

The tie-up between AdjusterPro and Crawford assists the adjuster education industry. With in-depth career resources, expertise in state licensing rules and reciprocity and expansive social network, AdjusterPro promotes adjuster education, particularly within the independent adjusting industry.

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Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Tammy Wolf

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