Washington, D.C., August 27, 2009 -- FEMA's Matt Campbell giving a presentation on ESF-14 (Emergency Support Function 14) long term community recovery. FEMA/Bill Koplitz Photo by Bill Koplitz - Aug 26, 2009 - Location: Washington, DC
Increased Cost of Compliance (IS-1100). After severe flooding, local communities must assess a building’s damage to assure compliance with local floodplain management ordinance provisions. Before building repair or reconstruction is permitted, it may be necessary to require certain measures to reduce future flood damage. Increased Cost of Compliance (ICC) coverage is available under the NFIP Standard Flood Insurance Policy to assist policyholders with the cost to comply with these requirements. Increased Cost of Compliance course provides an overview of ICC coverage and eligibility and takes the learner through the claims process to gain a better understanding of this important coverage benefit.
EC Made Easy: Elevation Certificate Overview (IS-1105). Do you know when the FEMA Elevation Certificate is required, optional, or not needed to rate NFIP flood insurance premiums? EC Made Easy: Elevation Certificate Overview will guide you through the purpose of the Elevation Certificate, aid you in locating a certifying professional, and provide details on properly completing and interpreting the Elevation Certificate. This course assists insurance agents and other professionals learn the basics of the Elevation Certificate and identify the impact flood risk has on flood insurance costs.
FEMA Mapping Changes (IS-1106). All NFIP stakeholders will benefit from this course, which provides a practical look at how changes to FEMA flood maps affect property owners, insurance agents, lending institutions, and others. FEMA Mapping Changes explores the impact of map changes through a series of self-guided interactive exercises designed to assist learners with navigating through mapping changes as they occur.