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Elevation Certificate Basics - Virtual Course - Hosted by City of St Petersburg
Thursday, February 4, 2021, 9:00 AM until 4:30 PM
Payment in Full In Advance Or At Event
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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 Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 12:00 AM
All attendees will receive an email the morning of the class to start registering by entering your name and email. After this is done, a link to enter the Webinar will be sent to you.
6 CFM, 6 PE, 6 PLS/PSM, 6 BCAIB & .6 ICC 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: Del Schwalls, PE, CFM
Bonus: After successfully attending the live webinar class, you will receive the Power Point Presentation of the class. This is only for you and not to share with others.
- 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.