EFI/Vale Advanced Roofing Program


80% of insurance losses today are building envelope related, specifically in the area of residential and commercial roofing issues. To process these claims quickly and accurately, it is essential for  property adjusters and appraisers to have a qualitative understanding of assessment considerations specific to roofing systems.  To meet this need, Vale Training and EFI Global, a leading engineering and fire investigation, environmental and technical consultancy, have teamed together to create the EFI/Vale Specialist Program – Roof certification (EVS/R™)  program.    

The EVS/R™ classroom course is a 4 day course that provides detailed information on steep and low slope roofs, including construction, coverings, storm damage assessment, damage estimating, product identification and repair methods.  For hands-on experience, this course also includes simulated hail mockups to illustrate impact dynamics on different roofing systems.

Becoming an EVS/R™ certified specialist involves being qualified to take the course, being accepted into the course following your application, and successfully completing both the course and exam.

EVS/R™ must be renewed every three years. The renewal includes a renewal fee and 12 hours of industry related continuing education through attendance at seminars or industry classes in roof estimating, roof construction, fall protection or property damage assessment. Any registrant who does not have the requisite hours of CE must retake the course and pass the exam to remain certified.

  • EVS/R™ brochure
  • Pre-course work requirements
  • Course syllabus

For more information, contact Vale Training Solutions at 817-633-4800 or  email: ValeRegistrations@sedgwick.com



How to become EVS/R® certified
  • Prerequisites for course admission

    Applicants must meet specific requirements to become EVS/R® certified.  These requirements include specific education pre-course work, high ethical standards and successful completion of the classroom course,with a satisfactory score on the exam.

    The course covers the following subjects: residential and commercial storm damage assessment, investigative techniques and qualitative evaluation and scoping and property estimating accuracy.

    To apply for the course, the applicant must have 16 hours of industry related education through attendance at seminars or industry classes within the roof estimating, roof construction, fall protection or property damage assessment are needed for application approval.  References are also required.
    link to pre-course work

    Advise all pre-courses available through Vale

    For a full course description click here (link to  full course details page)

  • The course and exam
  • The EVS/R® Application Process
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