Training Course: HAZUS Multi-Hazard for Earthquake (L174)

This course is designed to provide in-depth instruction on the use of HAZUS-MH for advanced applications related to earthquake loss modeling.  The Earthquake Model provides loss estimates of damage and loss to buildings, essential facilities, transportation lifelines, utility lifelines and population based on scenerio or probabilistic earthquakes.

When:                   January 10-12, 2012

Time:                     8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Where:                  University of Colorado Denver Downtown Campus
                               Denver, CO

Cost:                     Free

Target Audience:  
State and local GIS technicians and specialists supporting risk assessments and/or hazard mitigation plans, federal agencies with risk assessment responsibilities, or state and local emergency managers with GIS skills.

Download the Course Flyer for additional information regarding the class objectives, prerequisites and course information.  Twenty-five students will be selected to attend the course.


Email Scott Baldwin the following information:
  • Subject:  L174 Course
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Questions about the course can be directed to Victoria Smith.