The heart of SCGA activity is its administration of the SCGA Designation, though there's much more to SCGA than that.
SCGA Designation: The Society of CGA establishes and administers the sophisticated criteria by which professional claims adjusters can qualify to receive the CGA Designation, which formally recognizes their professional achievements in education, professional ethics, and years of service.
SCGA in the upcoming weeks and months will be offering many educational opportunities, such as learning from one of the country's best flood adjusters on all the complexities of being certified with NFIP.
SCGA is also providing a fast track for those CGA members looking for employment. This phase of our work is important to our members as a way to insure employers will be getting the best of the best and warrant higher commission's for the work completed by a CGA rather than a newby adjuster with little or no true adjusting experience.
We aid our members in marketing to insurance companies, that's one thing we do, we advertise on several insurance industry web sites that many IA firms and insurer's research everyday.
We are who you turn to, that's one of the benefits of being part of a society that has specific experienced people rather than just some social claims site. Much like our Flood portion of the Society which has the ear of NFIP/FEMA, they come to us first for large loss assignment before they merely assign claims to just a local adjusting firm as we have a proven track record with them.
We don't send out anybody, we're not a staffing firm. We certify through our process that our members are qualified and need no further vetting, that an insurer understands that when a CGA adjuster seeks work, that said CGA adjuster not only meets, but exceeds the standards they may be looking for. We also reply to all inquires from insurer's to verify that the CGA adjuster is a member in good standing and comes with our high recommendation.
One additional thing, and this is the most important part. It's not about you joining, although it is important. It's about our dedication to insuring we aid and assist good adjusters which helps the entire claims industry.