Education & Outreach
As opportunities are available, they will be listed here. If you have any questions, please contact Floodplain Management at (614) 265-6750 or send an email. For a full listing of all Water Resources Events, please click here.
Floodplain Management Webinars
The Floodplain Management Program offers a monthly webinar series for Floodplain Management through Microsoft Teams. (You do not need Microsoft Teams to participate in these webinars.) To join a webinar, just click on the links provided below. Each webinar will last approximately one hour with an additional 30 minutes for Q&A. No pre-webinar registration is required.
- Continuing Education Credit (CEC) will be offered toward Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) accreditation and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit will be offered for Professional Engineers & Surveyors
- 1.0 CEC for CFM accreditation/1.0 CPD for Professional Engineers & Surveyors is offered for each webinar
- To receive CECs or CPDs, all attendees must:
- Attend the webinar using the webinar link provided. Call-in only participants are not eligible for credits.
- Attend the full webinar.
- Successfully complete & submit the completion form at the end of the presentation.
- Attendance at repeated webinars is welcome, however, credit will be provided for one attendance per topic.
- Certificates of Completion & a .PDF copy of the presentation will be emailed to the contact information that you provide within 30 days of the webinar.
FEMA L273 Managing Floodplain Development through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
This is the field-deployed version of the FEMA Emergency Management Institute (EMI) E273 Managing Floodplain Development through the NFIP course.
This four-day course is designed to provide a comprehensive, organized training opportunity for local officials responsible for administering their local floodplain management ordinance. The course focuses in-depth on the NFIP and concepts of floodplain management, maps and studies, ordinance administration, mitigation, flood insurance, BFE determination, elevation certificates, and the relationship between floodplain management and flood insurance.
The target audience is local officials responsible for administering local floodplain management ordinances, including but not limited to floodplain management administrators, building inspectors, code enforcement/zoning officers, planners, city/county managers, attorneys, engineers, surveyors, and public works officials. The course is designed for those officials with limited floodplain management experience.
Please check back for future course location, dates and times.