Providing one-stop services to customers, all our centers make it easier to obtain needed services that may cross a wide spectrum of skills.
National Emergency Response and Recovery Training Center
A member of the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium, was established in 1998 by the U.S. Congress
OSHA Training Institute Education Center
Established by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration as an extension of the OSHA Training Institute.
Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center
TMAC is a member of the NIST Manufacturing Extension Partnership. TMAC assists small to mid-size manufacturers improve their business and the economy through training and technical assistance related to plant layout, lean manufacturing, quality standards, and business practices.
Texas A&M University System Board Of Regents-Approved
Integrative Center for Homeland Security
Established in 2002, an umbrella organization established for integrating the homeland security activities occurring across the Texas A&M University System.
Frank M. Tejeda Center for Excellence in Environmental Operations
Established in 2000 with funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to improve public health and quality of life in U.S. Mexico border communities by enhancing water and wastewater utility operations.
Knowledge Engineering Center
Established in 1999, provides information solutions through training and information technology systems.
Product Development Center
Established in 2007 to provide research-driven product development soutions from real-world experts.
Cyber Readiness Center
The Cyber Readiness Center provides technical assistance to private and public organizations with the intent of improving the health and security of their digital operations. We work with organizations to develop a resilient cybersecurity program through our Cyber Readiness Cycle model for success.
Center for School Safety and Security
Established in 2010, provides violence prevention and school safety-related training and technical assistance.