By Penny Laughlin
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will be presenting a series of trainings throughout 2016. The two topics of the trainings are Floodplain Management Training and Coastal Erosion Hazard Area Training.
The Floodplain Management Training consists of a 6-Hour session, and will cover a range of topics including NFIP, floodplain development standards, CRS, elevation certificates, LOMC’s and more.
The Trainings will be held on January 12, 2016 and then again on February 10, 2016 and will be held at:
Manhattan Municipal Building
1 Center Street
NY, NY 10007
Attendance will contribute to Continuing Education Credits – 6 hours towards Code Enforcement, 6 hours towards Professional Engineer, and 6 hours towards Certified Floodplain Management.
The Coastal Erosion Hazard Area (CEHA) Training will run for three hours, and will cover an overview of CEHA, including detail on its history, current Building Requirements, and Maps. This training will be held of February 9th, 2016, and will also be held at the Manhattan Municipal Building.
Attendance will contribute to Continuing Education Credits – 3 hours towards Professional Engineer and 3 hours towards Certified Floodplain Manager.