YEAR-END FLOOD EDUCATION

Starting December 7th, 2020, Floodproofing.com will be hosting a series of five webinars focused on floodplain design & construction, flood insurance, elevation certificates, and specialty glass. These webinars are designed for Architects, Engineers, Builders, Code Officials, Realtors, and Surveyors alike. This is your last chance to grab CEU credits before the year's over - Register below!
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    Helping Realtors Sell Homes in Flood Zones

    Dec. 7th

    3 - 4 PM ET

    Are you a Realtor selling homes in flood zones? Join us for a webinar that is designed to go over the basics of flood insurance and can answer any questions you may have or come across from clients.

    Credit Available in Certain States:

    (1) CE Credit

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    Advancements of Specialty, Floodproof Windows and Impact-Rated Window Systems

    Dec. 8th

    3 - 4 PM ET

    Floodproofing.com has partnered with FENEX to develop and bring to market Floodproof Windows tested to ANSI 2510. This course will cover the evolution of glass over the past 5 years, a new generation of specialty windows and skylights which offer the ability to passively withstand impact, fire, and extreme conditions, as well as push the limits of size as it pertains to oversized applications. 

    Credit Available: (1) AIA HSW

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    Floodplain Design, Construction, and Impacts on Flood Insurance

    Dec. 9th

    3 - 4 PM ET

    Review wet & dry floodproofing techniques and acceptable applications, discuss codes and regulations, and analyze the role of building compliance in securing lower flood insurance rates.

    Credits Available: (1) AIA HSW + (1) CFM

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    Surveyor Flood Training

    Dec. 10th

    3 - 4 PM ET

    Utilizing actual case studies, participants will be educated on how to review an Elevation Certificate and identify flood mitigation solutions that can bring a property into NFIP compliance and the effects it will have on the NFIP premium.

    Non-credited: Educational Only

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    Active and Passive Floodproofing for Non-Residential Buildings in Special Flood Hazard Areas 

    Dec. 11th

    3 - 4 PM ET

    This course identifies the effects of hydrostatic pressure on building sustainability and explains dry and wet floodproofing techniques utilized to mitigate against flood damage. A review of the liability associated with each floodproofing option is provided.

    Credit Available: (1) ICC CEU

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