Course Details - Making the Flood Zone Determination



Overview

Item #: RV-6494
Title: Making the Flood Zone Determination
Provider: Association of State Floodplain Managers
Author: Ann Yakimovicz
Author Dr. Ann Yakimovicz
Ann D. Yakimovicz, CFM, is currently Training Manager, Operations, for First American Flood Data Services, a company of The First American Corporation which provides business information nationwide. She holds a Ph.D. in Educational Human Resource Development from Texas A&M University with interests in online learning and continuing professional education.

She is active on the Board of the Texas Floodplain Management Association and serves on the Training Committee of ASFPM. She has taught workshops related to floodplain management at ASFPM conferences and state floodplain management conferences since 2002.

She taught online classes in assessment and evaluation for Capella University and wrote a chapter about online testing for IRHIM’s book, e-Learning: Expanding the Training Classroom through Technology.

Before coming to work at First American, Ann was Director of Learning Technology at Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corporation, where she led the rollout of enterprise-wide intranet training. She contributed a chapter on this experience to the 1998 book, Distance Training: How Innovative Organizations Are Using Technology to Maximize Learning and Meet Business Objectives.
Price: 80.85
Credit Hrs: 3.00
Level: 1 - Fundamental
Rating: (403 Reviews)

Description

Mention the words “flood zone determination company” to a floodplain manager, surveyor or engineer involved with floodplain management, and you are likely to hear a variety of questions about how and why flood zone determination companies make the decisions they do. This 3-hour online course reviews the research process used by these determination companies, gives you a hand at making determinations with the same information that map researchers use and provides information on the association that links the companies who do 90 percent of the determinations natio...
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Learning Objectives

By the end of this online course, you should be able to:

  • Explain the role of flood zone determination companies in the National Flood Insurance Program
  • Compare the regulations used by flood zone determination companies with the regulations typically used by local floodplain administrators
  • Recognize the basic steps used by flood zone determination companies when making a manual determination
  • Describe the types of information used in making the determination
  • Recognize common situations where discrepancies can occur between the flood zone determination and other property documents
  • Identify the mission of the National Flood Determination Association

This Course/ Package Applies To:

AIA - American Institute of Architects ( General - AIA Reg RV1488 ) LA - Engineer ( General ) OK - Engineer ( General )
AL - Engineer ( General ) MA - Architect ( General - AIA Reg RV1488 ) OR - Engineer ( General )
AR - Engineer ( General ) MD - Engineer ( Category A ) OR - Engineer ( General )
AR - Engineer ( General ) ME - Engineer ( General ) OR - Engineer ( General )
AR - Landscape Architect ( Health, Safety & Welfare - Approved LA CES ) MI - Engineer ( General ) OR - Engineer ( General )
BCEE - Member ( General ) MN - Engineer ( General ) PA - Engineer ( General )
Canada - Alberta Engineer ( General ) MO - Engineer ( General ) PA - Geologist ( General )
Canada - British Columbia Engineer ( General ) MO - Engineer ( General ) PR - Engineer ( General )
Canada - New Brunswick Engineer ( General ) MS - Engineer ( General ) SC - Engineer ( General )
Canada - Northwest Territories and Nunavut Engineer ( General ) MT - Engineer ( General ) SC - Landscape Architect ( Health, Safety & Welfare - Approved LA CES )
Canada - Nova Scotia Engineer ( General ) NC - Engineer ( General ) SD - Engineer ( General )
Canada - Saskatchewan Engineer ( General ) NC - Land Surveyor ( General ) SD - Engineer ( General )
Canada - Yukon Engineer ( General ) ND - Engineer ( General ) SD - Engineer ( Technical )
Certified Floodplain Manager - ASFPM ( Core ) NE - Engineer ( General ) SD - Engineer ( Technical )
DE - Engineer ( General ) NE - Engineer ( General ) TN - Engineer ( General )
DE - Landscape Architect ( Health, Safety & Welfare - Approved LA CES ) NH - Engineer ( General ) TN - Engineer ( General )
FL - Engineer ( Technical - 273 ) NH - Engineer ( General ) TX - Engineer ( General )
FL - Landscape Architect ( Optional - 0008562 ) NH - Geologist ( General ) TX - Engineer ( General )
GA - Engineer ( General ) NICET - Nat'l Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies ( General ) TX - Engineer ( General )
IA - Engineer ( General ) NJ - Engineer ( General - 24GP000006300 ) TX - Engineer ( General )
IA - Engineer ( General ) NM - Engineer ( General ) TX - Geoscientist ( General )
ID - Engineer ( General ) NM - Engineer ( General ) TX - Landscape Architect ( Health, Safety & Welfare - Approved LA CES )
ID - Engineer ( General ) NV - Engineer ( General ) UT - Engineer ( General )
IL - Professional Engineer ( General ) NV - Engineer ( General ) VA - Engineer ( General )
IL - Structural Engineer ( General ) NV - Engineer ( General ) VA - Engineer ( General )
IN - Engineer ( General - AIA Approved - AIA Reg RV1488 ) NV - Engineer ( General ) WA - Landscape Architect ( General - 0008562 )
KS - Engineer ( General ) NY - Engineer ( General - NYS Sponsor #133 ) WA - Landscape Architect ( General - 0008562 )
KY - Engineer ( General ) NY - Engineer ( General - NYS Sponsor #133 ) WA - Landscape Architect ( General - 0008577 )
KY - Engineer ( General ) OH - Engineer ( General ) WI - Engineer ( General )
KY - Landscape Architect ( Health, Safety & Welfare - Approved LA CES ) OH - Land Surveyor ( General ) WV - Engineer ( General )
LA - Engineer ( General ) OH - Landscape Architect ( Health, Safety & Welfare - Approved LA CES ) WY - Engineer ( General )
LA - Engineer ( General ) OK - Engineer ( General ) WY - Engineer ( General )
LA - Engineer ( General )