Webinars on the Community Rating System
The CRS Webinar Series provides training opportunities to communities that are not yet participating in the Community Rating System or local government staff that are new to the CRS, and to local government staff with experience in the CRS. The Series includes basic introductory sessions and more advanced topics, most averaging about an hour in length.
|January 15||Introduction to CRS|
|January 16||CRS and Coastal Hazards|
|February 19||The Role of the Community CRS Coordinator|
|February 20||Repetitive Loss Properties and the CRS|
|March 19||Preparing an Annual Recertification|
|March 20||CRS Credit for Floodplain Mapping (Activity 410)|
|April 16||Preparing for a Verification Visit|
|April 17||Flood Insurance Promotion (Activity 370)|
|June 18||Credit for Drainage System Maintenance (Activity 540)|
|June 19||Preparing an Annual Recertification|
|July 16||Developing a Repetitive Loss Area Analysis|
|July 17||Activity 610 Flood Warning & Response|
Click here and type “CRS” in the search field to view webinars that are now open for registration.
If you have questions about the CRS Webinar Series, please contact Becca.Croft@atkinsglobal.com.
Emergency Management Institute Courses
Community Rating System (CRS) training opportunities are offered throughout the year at the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA’s) Emergency Management Institute (EMI) and at field-deployed locations. New CRS coordinators are encouraged to attend the 4-day CRS class (E278). The course is free, and travel expenses are covered for those accepted to the EMI. Click here for course information and schedules.
Pocket Guide to the Community Rating System
Community Rating System (CRS) Overview
CRS Activity 610 – Flood Warning & Response
CRS Users Groups
CRS communities across the country have formed CRS Users Groups to share information about CRS activities and credits. The groups also offer training opportunities. Click below for contact information for each group.List of All CRS Users Groups