CE Florida - Flood Insurance and the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
INSCE010 - Flood Insurance and the National Flood Insurance Program
Flood insurance is a special policy financially backed by the Federal Government, with cooperation from local communities and insurance companies. The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) was established in 1968 by the National Flood Insurance Act to provide property owners with the opportunity to purchase insurance protection for flood losses and to encourage communities to implement and enforce measures to reduce future flood risks in special flood hazard areas.
This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services for insurance continuing education credit. This 3 hour Intermediate CE course is approved for 2-20, 20-44 and 4-40 licensees. No classroom attendance required. Earn your credits online in our virtual classroom!
Course Provider: OnLine Training, Inc.
FLDFS Provider #: 366468
Course Approval #: 69238
- Course Type: eLearning
- Length: Minimum of 3.00 hours
- Format: 100% On-Line
- Requirements: The Florida Department of Insurance has approved this Continuing Education course. For your updated CE records, call the State at 850-413-3137 or log onto www.fldfs.com and click on Insurance.
- Once you have completed registration, you will receive an email (usually within 1 business day) with your login instructions.
- Classes presented by the CCTI@IRSC are for personal enrichment, professional certification and licensing or continuing education purposes only. They do not qualify for college credit and therefore are not eligible for discounts, Florida pre-paid, State tuition waiver programs or funding for college level classes.