Elevation Certificates and FEMA Flood Insurance Mapping Issues
If you are already familiar with the Elevation Certificate, this class will keep you up to date with details of the form, section by section, and any new changes resulting from the newest revisions. If you are new to Elevation Certificates, the class will provide enough information to get you started in completing them. We will point out how the form is to be completed while tying it back to its roots in the National Flood Insurance Program, including discussion of Base Flood Elevations and several sample problems to practice completion of the form under a variety of circumstances.
Participants will learn:
FEMA Flood Insurance Mapping Issues
An introduction to National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) mapping, taught by a surveyor who is also a certified floodplain manager and has served on both the first and second Technical Mapping Advisory Councils to FEMA. This practical session includes relevant regulations to round out participants’ understanding of how maps are created, updated, and adopted.
Electrical Continuing Education Classes
Course #1: Understanding electrical distribution systems, Power Systems, Services and NEC Article 230 click here
Course #2: Residential & Commercial Load Calculations, Overcurrent Protection, & Motor Calculations click here
Course #3: Fire Pumps, Electric Vehicle Charging Systems, Solar Photovoltaic Systems click here
Course # 4: Fuel Cell Systems, Small Wind Electric Systems, The Smart Grid click here
Course # 5: American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR & AED with Basic First Aid For Electricians click here
Take 4 classes for $345.00 Use coupon code 4classdiscount, when registering for 4 continuing education classes
Electrical Exam prep click here
Electrical Inspector License Exam Prep Click here
Explore and Explain: Research Methods, Foundations of Clinical Research
This course will satisfy the 3-hour research requirement for NCBTMB Board Certification. It is approved for 3 CEUs for Athletic Trainers and NJ Chiropractors.
What is Clinical Research?
Framework of Evidence Based Practice
What is the Purpose of Research
Types of Research Designs
Experimental and Observational Research
Respect for Persons
Evolution of Regulations for Conducting Research on Human Subjects
Institutional Review Board
Finding Research Articles
Validity and Reliability
Founded in 1991, The Institute for Continuing Education offers CE programs to a variety of professions. All Programs have approval for CE credits with their respective board. The Institutes’s sister school, Dental Studies Institute offers Continuing Education programs for Dentists, Registered Dental Hygienists, Dental Assistants and Dental Office staff as well as a variety of training programs. For information about these programs, please go to:www.dsi-nj.com.
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