help_outline Skip to main content

Add Me To Your Mailing List
Our Mission
Providing leadership in
floodplain management to
reduce risk and loss caused
by flood
ASFPM Logo 2017
HomeEventsG194.4 Preparing for Post-disaster Floodplain Management Responsibilities in Broward Co

Events - Event View

This is the "Event Detail" view, showing all available information for this event. If the event has passed, click the "Event Report" button to read a report and view photos that were uploaded.

G194.4 Preparing for Post-disaster Floodplain Management Responsibilities in Broward Co

Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 9:00 AM until 4:30 PM
Broward County Emergency Management EOE
Room 332B
201 NW 84th Ave
Plantation, FL  33324

Additional Info:
FFMA Training
Registration is required
Payment in Full In Advance Or At Event
If you are a non-member, please join the organization by clicking on the JOIN NOW button and pay the dues before you register for the event. If you prefer not to join the organization, click the Register Now button on the right side of the screen and register as a non-member.
Available Slots:
Course Description: 6 CFM credits

G194.4: Preparing for Post-disaster Floodplain Management Responsibilities

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.


Course Objective is to provide participants with the in-depth analysis and more advanced discussion of floodplain management concepts so States, local governments, Federal agencies, and Tribes can more effectively manage and implement flood damage reduction programs to eliminate or reduce future flood losses.

Target Audience:

Floodplain managers and those functioning in support roles.