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July, 2021

Tuesday
6
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United States: +1 (872) 240-3212

Access Code: 304-000-061
Thursday
8
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Friday
9
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"Local Floodplain Manager Roles & Responsibilities"
All attendees will receive an email the morning of the class with a link to the class.
This module reviews the major roles of the floodplain manager who serves as a coordinator, regulator, educator, and planner. Participants learn about the organizations and individuals that need to be coordinated with, record keeping practices, regulatory responsibilities, tools for handling violations, and methods for providing information on insurance implications and mitigation planning.
Tuesday
13
FULL - CFM Exam in St Johns Co, July 13th, 9am - Noon
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St Johns County Public Works
Training/Conference Room
2750 Industry Center Rd
St Augustine, FL 32084
904-209-0627
Tuesday
13
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The presentation is focused on providing an in-depth review of the FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Maps
(FIRMs) with specific details on the content of the maps, how to interpret the information and how to tie
to the corresponding Flood Insurance Study (FIS)- Transect Tables, Floodway Data Tables, Profiles, etc.
The webinar will also review in detail the various Special Flood Hazard (SFHA) designations – definitions,
applications with respect to design/construction and insurance, and specific regulatory aspects.
Distinctions will be defined between coastal floodplain designations and riverine/shallow ponding
designations. In addition, the presentation will review the newly regulated LiMWA boundary and how it
applies to new construction and substantial improvement projects.
Wednesday
14
VIRTUAL, Eastern Standard Time
In Person: Pinellas County Public Works Campus
Building 1,
9:00 AM
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This seminar proposes to examine the two principal methods approved by FEMA for determining “market value” (adjusted assessment method & professional appraisal method) focusing on how the methods differ and how different results are obtained for the same property. Discussion of theory will be followed by in-depth analysis of actual local examples.

Through the guidance provided in this course, appraisers, and local officials may obtain a more common understanding to minimize controversy, and to become more cognizant of the methodologies needed to assure compliance with the NFIP.
Friday
16
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"NFIP Rules & Regulations in Depth"
All attendees will receive an email the morning of the class with a link to the class.
The scope of this module includes floodway and encroachment requirements, new residential building requirements, development in approximate A-zone areas, accessory and agricultural buildings, anchoring fuel storage tanks, regulating recreational vehicles, environmental/historic preservation regulations, and typical compliance problems.
Wednesday
21
St. Cloud Marina Banquet Hall
1104 Lakeshore Blvd, 2nd Floor
St. Cloud, Florida 34769
9:00 AM
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Have you ever wondered about things like freeboard, BFE, elevation certificates and hydrostatic vents? If so, the two day Fundamentals of Floodplain Management class is for you! This class was developed as an introductory course to floodplain management and you can learn about these terms as well as many other elements of floodplain management as you travel down the road to achieving your Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) certification. While the class is NOT a test-taking course and NOT intended to help you pass the exam (you’ll need your own experience for that!) it IS geared towards presenting the information that makes a floodplain manager a CFM and details what they do in their day to day roles. We hope to have multiple instructors share the various topics so you’ll hear from numerous individuals who are experienced experts in their specific realms of floodplain management. Sign up now and join us in the world of floodplain management!
Thursday
22
St. Cloud Marina Banquet Hall
1104 Lakeshore Blvd, 2nd Floor
St. Cloud, Florida 34769
9:00 AM
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Have you ever wondered about things like freeboard, BFE, elevation certificates and hydrostatic vents? If so, the two day Fundamentals of Floodplain Management class is for you! This class was developed as an introductory course to floodplain management and you can learn about these terms as well as many other elements of floodplain management as you travel down the road to achieving your Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) certification. While the class is NOT a test-taking course and NOT intended to help you pass the exam (you’ll need your own experience for that!) it IS geared towards presenting the information that makes a floodplain manager a CFM and details what they do in their day to day roles. We hope to have multiple instructors share the various topics so you’ll hear from numerous individuals who are experienced experts in their specific realms of floodplain management. Sign up now and join us in the world of floodplain management!
Thursday
22
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10:00 AM
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Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/304000061 You can also dial in using your phone. United States: +1 (872) 240-3212 Access Code: 304-000-061
Thursday
22
GoTo Meeting
1:30 PM
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Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/304000061 You can also dial in using your phone. United States: +1 (872) 240-3212 Access Code: 304-000-061
Friday
23
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St Cloud Marina Banquet Hall
1104 Lakeshore Blvd, 2nd Floor
St Cloud, FL 34769
Friday
23
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"Letters of Map Change"
All attendees will receive an email the morning of the class with a link to the class.
This module explores the floodplain management implications of LOMCs for the local floodplain administrator. Activities include a review of LOMC types, proposed development scenarios, local considerations and responsibilities in signing a Community Acknowledgement Form, opportunities to promote best practices, and review of sample ordinance language to manage floodplains and provide enforcement authority at the local level.
Saturday
24
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This course will:
provide detailed training on completing a FEMA Elevation Certificate (EC) accurately and in its entirety, allowing full compliance with any program that requires submission of an EC.
review the EC and provide guidance on implementation and use.
cover EC requirements for surveying, foundation flood openings, and certification.
review the Community Rating System (CRS) requirements for an EC and those portions that can differ from other programs.
identify the portions of the EC instructions that should not be used, in order to achieve full compliance with all programs.
include common errors and omissions, review of the various EC building diagrams, and real-world examples.
Tuesday
27
FULL - CFM Exam in Sumter Co, July 27th, 9am - Noon
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The Villages Sumter County Service Center
7375 Powell Rd, Room #102
Wildwood, FL 34785
352-689-4401
Wednesday
28
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Review mitigation planning requirements
Learn about different mitigation activities and best practices for flooding, wind, and other hazards
Learn about different mitigation funding sources
Review disaster assistance procedures
Review the importance of risk assessment and identification
Friday
30
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"Prep for Post-disaster Floodplain Mgt Responsibilities"
All attendees will receive an email the morning of the class with a link to the class.
The scope of this module includes an introduction to pre- and post-disaster planning as well as an introduction to post-disaster operations. Participants learn how to identify partners and resources, create a post-disaster SOP, manage public information campaigns, conduct detailed substantial damage inspections, handle substantial damage declarations and posting, manage permitting, documentation, and compliance, and access potential funding sources.