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Pre-conference: Sunday, May 19

10:00 – 5:30 Registration Open
8:00 – 5:30 ASFPM Board and Committee Meeting

This is the annual meeting of the ASFPM Board and Policy Committees. 

9:00 – 5:00 Training Workshop: $80 (includes course materials), 6.5 CECs
Floodplain Management 101 
Instructors: Jennifer Marcy, CFM, Heidi M. Carlin, CFM, and Shanna Michael, CFM

Floodplain Management 101 covers the basic tenets of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and the minimum administrative requirements to successfully implement a community floodplain management program. Participants will learn the fundamentals of individual and local responsibilities for managing flood risks and loss through proper permitting and planning. Topics covered include: NFIP Basics, Maps & Flood Insurance Studies, the Floodplain Manager's Role, and NFIP Compliance. This workshop is targeted at new floodplain managers with less than two years of experience.

Noon – 1:00 Lunch on your own.
1:00 – 3:00

Training Workshop: $45, 2 CECs
The Flood Risk Communication Toolkit for Community Officials
Instructors: Priscilla Scruggs and Peter Herrick, Jr. 

This workshop will introduce participants to the components of the Flood Risk Toolkit for Community Officials and discuss implementation opportunities. The Toolkit is a resource designed by FEMA to assist community officials in their efforts to communicate flood risk to the public. The Toolkit is useful for those new to a position or simply in need of tools to communicate flood risk. This workshop is ideal for participants who don’t have time to wade through the expansive programmatic guidance and who want something timely and immediate that will equip them with enough information to thoughtfully engage with the public.

1:00 – 5:00

Training Workshop: $45, 3.5 CECs
Reducing Flood Risk Through Nonstuctural Floodproofing
Instructors: Lea Adams, PE, Jonh Ingargiola, French Wetmore, CFM, and Gene Barr, CFM

Come learn about nonstructural flood proofing from a range of perspectives, including USACE, FEMA and boots-on-the-ground practitioners and consultants. This workshop will focus on nonstructural measures and techniques that individuals and communities can employ to reduce flood risk, and will include information on federal programs that support nonstructural implementation. This is your chance to connect with experts on the latest in nonstructural methods.

1:00 – 5:00

Training Workshop: $45, 3.5 CECs
Cooperating Technical Partners Boot Camp-Improving Resilience
Instructors: Laura Algeo, PE, Necolle Maccherone, CFM, and Marc Pearson, GISP, CFM

This workshop is modelled after the CTP Special Topics Course at the Emergency Management Institute (EMI), a four-day course which provides students with a deeper understanding of the CTP Program and how it operates. This workshop is a great overview of the CTP Program for students who cannot attend EMI. Attendees will come away with a broad knowledge of the CTP Program and specifics about some of the CTP Program’s key objectives which drive towards increasing awareness, mitigation investments and resilience at the local level.

3:00 - 3:15

First Timer's Orientation

Meet at registration desk. 

5:00 - 5:15 

First Timer's Orientation

Meet at registration desk. 

7:00 – 10:00

Welcome Fest

Hosted by OFMA and their local sponsors. 

For those about to rock! Start off the conference by reconnecting with friends at the Welcome Fest. Live music, food and beverages will be provided. Wear your favorite concert t-shirt for a chance at prizes.

Your badge is your backstage pass/ticket. If you do not have a chance to pick up your badge before registration closes, you can pick it up at Welcome Fest from 6:30-8:30.  Please RSVP on your conference registration form. Guests welcome with a guest registration fee. 

 

 

 

 

 

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