The nation’s critical infrastructures include not only physical structures, but also organizational systems such as the public health sector, the water and wastewater systems sector, the energy sector, and the information technology sector. Within all these sectors, the Infrastructure Protection Program promotes a culture of readiness and disaster preparedness through courses that support national policy to strengthen and maintain secure, functioning and resilient critical infrastructures. Addressing topics such as threat and risk assessment, risk mitigation, resource investment, preparedness planning, and other disaster management subjects prepares personnel at all levels of emergency and public services operations and critical infrastructure sectors. Security and Disaster Management courses are designed to provide individuals and organizations from both the private and public sectors with the necessary skills to improve and enhance, safety, security, and community resilience in the event of a disaster or emergency situation.

Critical Infrastructure Protection


Funding Options DHS/FEMA Veterans Benefits GSA
Delivery Types Online Face-to-Face Blended

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Slide Infrastructure Disaster Certificate Infrastructure Disaster Management Certificate Program ​The TEEX Infrastructure Disaster Management certificate is designed for professionals who wish to enrich their personal knowledge and skills related to critical infrastructure disaster management and resilience.

This program combines a broad understanding of homeland security infrastructure disaster management doctrine with an in-depth examination of key critical infrastructure sector concepts and strategies focused on four critical sectors of the community infrastructure.

Participants must successfully complete all four DHS-certified courses (MGT317, MGT341, MGT345, MGT343). For additional information, contact us at itsi@teex.tamu.eduor by phone at 800-723-3811.
Certificate Program details

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