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Elevation Certificate Basics - Virtual Course - Hosted by St Lucie Co & Miami-Dade Co

When:
Wednesday, September 23, 2020, 9:00 AM until 4:30 PM
Where:
VIRTUAL
FL  
Additional Info:
Contact(s):
Douglas Harvey
Category:
FFMA Training
Registration is required
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All attendees will receive an email the morning of the class with a link to the Webinar.
Registration cancellations will be accepted until Wednesday, September 09, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Available Slots:
39
$75.00
$200.00
$25.00

All attendees will receive an email the morning of the class with a link to the Webinar.

Course Description:

6 CFM, 6 PE, 6 PLS/PSM, 6 BCAIB and .6 ICC credits

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.