Course Curriculum

  • 1
    1. Introduction to Flood Insurance
  • 2
    2. The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
    • 2.1 Overview
    • 2.2 History
    • 2.3 The Beginnings of Private-Sector Flood Insurance
    • 2.4 Benefits of the NFIP
    • 2.5 Information for Buyers
  • 3
    3. NFIP Coverage
    • 3.1 Available Flood Insurance
    • 3.2 Preferred Risk Policy
    • 3.3 Limitations and Covered Losses
    • 3.4 Basement Coverage
    • 3.5 Other Covered Losses
    • 3.6 Deductibles
    • 3.7 Covered Preventive Measures
    • 3.8 Replacement Cost Coverage
    • 3.9 Filing a Flood Insurance Claim
  • 4
    4. Flood Plain Management and Mapping Issues of Flood Insurance
    • 4.1 The Role of the Community
    • 4.2 Flood Hazard Boundary Map vs. Flood Insurance Rate Map
    • 4.3 State Government Involvement
    • 4.4 Substantial Improvement and Substantial Damage
    • 4.5 Role of the Community in Flood Hazard Assessment
    • 4.6 Determining Flood Hazard Areas and Flood Levels
    • 4.7 Flood Hazard Zones
    • 4.8 Correcting a FIRM
  • 5
    5. Flooding Legislation and Reform
    • 5.1 Coastal Barrier Resource System
    • 5.2 The Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2004
    • 5.3 Criticism of the Flood Insurance Program
  • 6
    6. Flood Hazard Policy Forms
    • 6.1 Types of Flood Hazard Policies
    • 6.2 Agreement & Definitions
    • 6.3 The Coverage
    • 6.4 Exclusions
    • 6.5 Insured Responsibilities
    • 6.6 Policy Guidance for Closed Basin Lakes
    • 6.7 Flood Safety
    • 6.8 Conclusion
  • 7
    Exam
    • Final Exam

Course Snapshot

  • 6 Chapters

    This course goes deep into flood insurance so that you not only get CE credits for your state but you gain valuable knowledge.

  • 4 Credits

    In the state of North Carolina, you need 24 credit hours every 2 years. Once you complete this course, we'll send over your passing grade so you get the credit you need.

  • 3-6-5

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