Technical assistance for subjects as diverse as emergency operations for schools and semiconductor manufacturing has never been more accessible or affordable than through eLearning courses. A web-based planning tool for K-12 educational facilities in Texas allows schools to create a multi-hazard emergency operations plan. In the semiconductor manufacturing industry, courses range from professional development to new-hire training. These courses have enabled some of the largest semiconductor manufacturers in the world, including Texas Instruments and Samsung, to meet workforce training needs online. A semiconductor processing overview provides both professional development and a big-picture overview for new hires or members of the supply chain. Beginning with semiconductor devices and processing measurements step-by-step skills training courses continue through quality control and microcontamination training. Each online course advances production skills ending with a course in how to put it all together in semiconductor training.
|Course Number||Title||Description||Funding Option||Delivery Type||Division|
|AWR376||Understanding Targeted Cyber Attacks||Quick View Course Description||BCS|
|AWR402||Introduction to Internet of Things||Quick View Course Description||BCS|
|AWR403||Examining Advanced Persistent Threats||Quick View Course Description||BCS|
|PER398||Cybersecurity Resiliency in Industrial Control Systems||Quick View Course Description||BCS|