Centro Frank M. Tejeda / Frank M. Tejeda Center
Local Technical Assistance Program
Public Works Response Team
Pupil and Public Transportation
Traffic Control Technology
Water and Wastewater
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
"The group of professionals that we had present raved about the instructors (Karen Tuttle and John Reynolds) along with the material that was available and presented. There was not one person that left on Wednesday afternoon that did not leave with something that they could do better in their home community. It was a pleasure working with you folks again, and hope to call on you in the future for a possible MGT317 class."
Hometown Security Coordinator
Rock Hill, SC
Today’s communities face unique emergency response challenges in protecting both citizens and critical infrastructure from man-made and natural disasters.
Critical infrastructure protection for water, wastewater, electric power, and local heath care are high priorities for local officials and first responders alike.
As part of the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium (NDPC), TEEX offers Homeland Security courses funded by the National Homeland Security Training Program.
Through TEEX's Disaster Management training program, you will develop the knowledge and skills you need to help ensure the safety and security of our nation’s critical infrastructure in the event of an act of terrorism or wake of a natural disaster. Our training combines traditional classroom work, small group instruction, field exercises, participant activities, case studies and vignettes, multimedia scenarios, and computer-aided training and exercise simulations to train individuals and jurisdictions.
For a full list of DHS-FEMA funded courses, visit teexweb.tamu.edu/nerrtc/ .