The North Carolina Division of Emergency Management Floodplain Management staff will provide virtual training on both the basic roles/duties of a floodplain administrator as well as the regulatory context of the NFIP regulations (to include discussion of the Elevation Certificate), to allow for the safe development in floodplains. The workshops are recommended for new and experienced floodplain managers to review important floodplain management issues and to learn about modifications to the National Flood Insurance Program.
Attendance at the workshops by at least one representative from each community is advised to assure that your community is administering your Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance in compliance with the NFIP standards. Developed and real-life scenarios will be examined, and exercises will be conducted to increase floodplain administrators understanding of the rules and regulations and recognize when and how to apply them. Planners, building inspectors, zoning officials, elected officials, or other interested parties are encouraged to attend.
This training will be conducted in the virtual setting.
Wed. Nov 18, 2020 08:30 AM - 12:30 PM
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||North Carolina Division of Emergency Management
Garrett, Stephen E.
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Please be sure to use Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge for your web browser to ensure more functionality for WebEx. Additionally, cellular devices and iPads are not fully supported for features such as breakout rooms. A laptop/desktop is required to receive credit for the course. You may call in via a phone or mobile device, but must have access to a laptop/desktop to engage.
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Offering Specific Information
National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Summer Workshop – Virtual Workshop
Offered by the North Carolina Division of Emergency Management Floodplain Mapping
Course Description: The North Carolina Division of Emergency Management Floodplain Management staff will host its annual Summer Workshops. These four-hour virtual workshops will provide training on various topics related to floodplain management to include but not limited to: Violations, Floodplain Mapping and Floodplain Map Changes and other related topics. The intent of the workshop is to promote a safer environment and to educated participants in development in special flood hazard areas. This course, the fourth of a six-part learning series is designed to provide in-depth training and generate class discussions on topics in greater detail than a basic course. Particular modules provided for this location is: Note: Other topics may be added prior to the workshops. Our goal is to provide participants with the latest information available for floodplain management
November 18, 2020, 8:30 am – 12:30 pm (Wednesday):
Please register by Close of Business on Monday, November 16, 2020. This will allow us time to email all participants the log-in information.
Learning Series Part IV - Violations, Floodplain Mapping and Floodplain Map Changes
Violations – Terry Foxx
Floodplain Mapping Processes and Procedures – Stacey Fuller & Tonda Shelton
Floodplain Map Changes – Steve Garrett
- Course Review
Directions to access will be sent once we have the class roster:
North Carolina Division of Emergency Management and NCAFPM
Terry Foxx, CFM
Steve Garrett, CFM
Stacey Fuller, CFM
Tonda Shelton, CFM
Continuing Education Units will be given – 4 CECs
Prerequisites - None
Who Should Attend/Target Audience
Attendance at the workshops by at least one representative from each community is recommended. Please share this invitation with planners, building inspectors, zoning officials, elected officials, etc., interested in your floodplain management program. This is the fourth of a six-part learning series and additional workshops will be held on the following dates and each will have its own registration.
December 2: Learning Series Part V - Substantial Damage Determinations and Process
December 9: Learning Series Part VI - Education, Online, and Outreach Resources
Terry Foxx, email@example.com, (828) 228-8526
Maximum # of Participants
No registration fee will be collected.
Current CFM attendees will receive Core Continuing Education Credits for successful completion of this course.
We will be asking polling questions throughout the presentation as a part of our requirement to ensure you stay with us the entire time. All question answers will need to be provided at the appropriate time in order to get the 4 hours credit for your CFM requirements.