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Last Post 06/01/2010 3:55 PM by  host
Any More NFIP Classes for 2010?
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LindaT
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06/01/2010 2:13 AM
    I have worked my fingers to the bone this year handling claims and just realized that I have not taken my NFIP class for 2010.  Are there any classes offered in June or July?  I read in an earlier posting that June 1 is the cut-off date.  Good lord, I hope not. 
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    Ray Hall
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    06/01/2010 11:44 AM
    I was invited to a late class by Pilot one year, check with the big boys.
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    WILLIS
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    06/01/2010 3:19 PM
    NFIP usually has classes into the first of May one of the last classes was early May in Mobile. NFIP suspends classes as hurricane season starts June 1. If you did not make a class this year there may still be options. Find a large vendor and see if they have any classes. NACA has a meeting soon and will likely have classes. If all else fails bleieve this if and when the bottom falls out and tghere are more hurricanes than adjusters field certification offices will open up. NFIP is really pushing those classes rules have changed. If you did not make a class you will be listed as inactive and may not be approved for 2010 work.
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    host
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    06/01/2010 3:50 PM
    Willis, sorry about the last post being removed, it appeared to be a duplicate of your post above. If you wish you can edit your last post or make a new one.

    Thanks,

    Roy
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    06/01/2010 3:55 PM
    NACA has already had their meeting for 2010, the next meeting is in 2011, http://www.nacatadj.info/naca/html/...ntion.aspx
     
    The last NFIP workshop was on 5/28/2010, here is a link to their site,
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