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February, 2021

Tuesday
2
Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. https://global.gotomeeting.com/jo
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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
4
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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
9
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Day 1:
200 Series: CRS Basics, Procedures & Prerequisites.
300 Series: 310-Elevation Certificates, 320-Map Information, 330-Outreach Projects, 340 Hazard Disclosure, 350-Flood Protection Information, 360-Flood Protection Assistance, 370-Flood Insurance promotion.
400 Series: 400-Impact Adjustments, 4410-Flood Hazard Mapping, 420-Open Space Preservation.
Day 2:
400 Series: 430-Higher Regulatory Standards, 440-Flood Data Maintenance, 450-Stormwater Management Regulations.
500 Series: 500-Repetitive loss, 510-Floodplain Management Planning, 520-Acquisition & Relocation, 530-Flood Protection, 540-Drainage System Maintenance.
600 Series: 610-FloodWarning & Response, 620-Levees, 630-Dams.
700 Series.
Tuesday
9
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LIVE AND IN PERSON!
In-depth exposure to the implementation of the NFIP SI/SD minimum requirements for participating communities. Topics include: coordination of NFIP SI/SD requirements with Florida Building Code, State, and local regulations; higher regulatory standards and CRS; code enforcement; and determination of applicability of SI/SD rules.
Wednesday
10
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Day 1:
200 Series: CRS Basics, Procedures & Prerequisites.
300 Series: 310-Elevation Certificates, 320-Map Information, 330-Outreach Projects, 340 Hazard Disclosure, 350-Flood Protection Information, 360-Flood Protection Assistance, 370-Flood Insurance promotion.
400 Series: 400-Impact Adjustments, 4410-Flood Hazard Mapping, 420-Open Space Preservation.
Day 2:
400 Series: 430-Higher Regulatory Standards, 440-Flood Data Maintenance, 450-Stormwater Management Regulations.
500 Series: 500-Repetitive loss, 510-Floodplain Management Planning, 520-Acquisition & Relocation, 530-Flood Protection, 540-Drainage System Maintenance.
600 Series: 610-FloodWarning & Response, 620-Levees, 630-Dams.
700 Series.
Thursday
11
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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: (872)240-3212 Access Code: 304-000-061#
Friday
26
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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.