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Last Post 01/24/2017 8:24 AM by  Galem
NO local CAT courses?
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08/23/2015 5:38 PM
    The following was a question received via email from a visitor to the site.

     

    Hi. I've checked out this website several times b/c I've been highly interested in taking whatever necessary courses to obtain my C.A.T. lic. . I've worked in insurance & financial srv.s since 2003 for companies such as State Farm and Allstate (worked for them quit a while). Regardless, I get too bored sitting in an office. I love being in insurance however I need to be able to have that challenge , have the ability to move around etc basically all it entails to be a CAT adj. ** The problem I continue to run into... is there are NO local courses for this.!!!! What do you suggest I do? And do you know of any schools in this state or NC I could take cat adj.? Thank you for your time in this matter! 

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    01/24/2017 8:24 AM
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