FEMA Flood - UT

Insurance Continuing Education in Utah

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$12.95

3 credit hours

If purchased today, this course must be completed by:
December 31, 2019

Description

FEMA now requires all agents selling National Flood Insurance Policies (NFIP) to take an approved flood insurance education course.  This course satisfies the FEMA educational requirements.

Nearly 20,000 communities across the United States and its territories participate in the NFIP by adopting and enforcing floodplain management ordinances to reduce future flood damage. In exchange, the NFIP makes federally backed flood insurance available to homeowners, renters, and business owners in these communities. Community participation in the NFIP is voluntary.

Flood insurance is designed to provide an alternative to disaster assistance to reduce the escalating costs of repairing damage to buildings and their contents caused by floods. Flood damage is reduced by nearly $1 billion a year through communities implementing sound floodplain management requirements and property owners purchasing of flood insurance. Additionally, buildings constructed in compliance with NFIP building standards suffer approximately 80 percent less damage annually than those not built in compliance.

Agents who sell flood insurance are required to take this course.

Course Objective:  To satisfy the FEMA educational requirement under the National Flood Insurance Program

Exam Details

Need Proctor?No
Question Count:50
Passing Grade:70%
Attempts to Pass:Unlimited

Course Details

Course Number:COR-PC-19975
State-Approved Name:FEMA Flood
Provider:InsuranceStudy.com
Provider Number:8782
Topics Covered:Property and Casualty, Flood, Property
Approved Credits
3 credits in Flood
Program Level:Advanced

Rules for Utah Insurance Continuing Education

  • This state allows for course material to be downloaded. Please note that not all courses will have content that is suitable or available for downloading.
  • Exam is open book.
  • The state of Utah charges an additional fee of $1.00 per credit hour.