Kevin Mickey, Director, Professional Development and Geospatial Technology Education, is teaching a one-day custom-designed virtual course for FEMA Region X (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska), “Using GIS to Describe and Measure Risks and Vulnerabilities from Flood and Earthquake Hazards,” on Jan. 5, 2021. Dr. Shane Hubbard from the University of Wisconsin will co-instruct. The course will explore the risks posed by earthquake and flood hazards in FEMA Region X states. It will also discuss how geospatial technologies and methods can be used to inform the understanding and mitigation of these risks. Between Jan. 25 and 28, 2021, the same instructional team will deliver a second custom built virtual course, “Inventory Collection Requirements and Strategies to Support Hazard Risk Assessment Using Hazus-MH and More.” That course will provide a hands-on exploration of tools and strategies for collection and managing data that can inform geospatially driven models such as FEMA’s Hazus-MH tool in support of hazard risk assessment.