All attendees will receive an email to register in GTW by entering your name and email. After this is done, a link to enter the Webinar will be sent to you.
3 CFM and 3 PE credits for attending this entire class. Partial credits will not be given.
Credit eligibility is based on attention and participation. Multi-tasking during the session may affect eligibility for credit.
Taught by: Venice Seijas, BS, CFM
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 Objectives are 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.
Floodplain managers and those functioning in support roles.