An array of programs focuses on how to be resilient in the face of catastrophic disasters. Taking an all-hazards approach, courses are designed for state and local jurisdictions, as well as public and private sector providers. Training begins with preparedness and coordination planning and progresses through incident response and on to recovery.

Executive programs train elected and agency officials about roles during disasters, and provide hazardous materials and wide-area search strategies and techniques for emergency responders.

Simulation-based training is available for incident management, jurisdictional crisis management training and multi-agency coordination. Participants are immersed in a realistic environment to develop decision-making and incident management skills. Flexible and adaptable to any organization, including industrial settings, universities, hospitals, and private and public agencies and organizations, courses can be delivered at any location worldwide including the Emergency Operations Training Center in College Station, Texas.

Emergency Preparedness Program utilizes the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program as a guide for developing an exercise or exercise program specific to our clients needs and priorities.

All students participating in training at TEEX Brayton Fire Training Field are required to follow all guidelines in the Student Safety Manual for the fire field.

Fire Field Student Safety Manual


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

We initially thought obtaining the data we needed would be challenging – TEEX made it easy.

— Dr. Tony Ragucci, CTO, Lynntech
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