Frequently Asked Questions About Our Xactimate Training
Q: If I take this Xactimate training, am I now ‘certified’ on the software?
A: No, only the software vendor, Xactware, can certify you. Check their website for details on how to do this. If you hold a Texas license, however, you will receive 16 CE credit hours for completing the class.
Q: I am new…how do I get my Insurance Adjuster License?
A: Each state has different rules and qualifications. You will need to check with your state’s insurance department to find out what you need to do and what the costs will be. Get state-specific insurance adjuster licensing training here.
Q: Who is this class appropriate for? Is it only for beginners?
A: This online webinar-based course is suitable for beginners, who need a foundation for Xactimate software and Sketch.
It is also an excellent review for more experienced users. Remember, you will earn 16 units of CE credit for Texas Licenses.
Q: Is the webinar training a self-paced video course?
A: No, this is a live, interactive training course. You will participate in the class via webinar. You will have opportunities to ask questions of the instructor. You must plan to attend the classes on the dates scheduled, as there will not be videos provided. If you cannot attend a class that you have enrolled for, we will move you to another class at a future date.
Q: Will I receive written materials for the webinar classes?
A: Yes, we will supply you with several links and pdf documents to enhance your training experience.
Q: What’s it like to do the webinar training? Will I be able to ask questions and participate?
A: Yes, you will be able to ask questions and interact, just as if you were sitting in a physical classroom. We recommend that you use two computers, such as a desktop and a laptop. This will allow you to watch the webinar instruction on one screen, while you use the software on the other computer.
We recommend that you purchase an inexpensive gaming headset before your class, so that you can easily listen and talk, while your hands are free for using the software. (such as this one: Sennheiser PC 31 Stereo Headset)