Designed for the field adjuster, desk examiner and restoration contractor handling all levels of dwelling damage estimating.
Upcoming dates to register:
January 11, 2021
Future course dates (check back for open registration):
Designed for: Designed for the field adjuster, desk examiner, public adjuster and restoration contractor handling all levels of dwelling damage estimating.
Key Learning Objective: This two-week class teaches students how to scope and prepare thorough and accurate estimates on residential dwelling damage using their choice of leading automated estimating systems. All phases of residential construction are introduced including framing, windows and doors, interior and exterior finishes, roofing and mechanical systems. Class discussion includes material identification, nomenclature, measurement, damages, repair versus replacement, and unit cost analyses. Hands-on scoping and estimating exercises are incorporated into the instruction.
The emphasis is on learning to prepare complete, detailed and accurate estimates on damaged dwellings. After successfully completing this course, the student will have the skills and knowledge to prepare a complete and accurate electronic estimate for minor to moderate interior and exterior residential dwelling damage.
Continuing Education Units:
This course may be available for Continuing Education credits, please contact Vale for details.
Attendees must be capable of operating Windows-based programs. Sponsors will need to indicate estimating program selection at the time of Registration.
Definitions, Estimating, Scoping
Diagramming, Trades, Tools
Floors, Walls, Roofs
Plaster, Drywall, Ceilings, Paneling
Trim, Cabinets, Countertops, Stairs
Doors, Windows, Glass
Types and Materials
Wood, Tile, Vinyl, Carpet
Siding, Trim, Soffits
Roof Styles, Materials
Concrete, Block, Brick
Types, Insulation, Ductwork
Rough and Finish
Supply, Containment, Drain
Estimating exercises that cover damages resulting from fire, water, wind, hail, hurricanes, collision and ensuing losses.
This course uses the latest versions of: