The Infrastructure Protection Certificate Program will enrich your knowledge of and skills in critical infrastructure security and resilience. You will gain a broad understanding of homeland security infrastructure protection doctrine through an in-depth examination of key concepts and practices in capabilities-based and community-focused planning, integrated risk management, private-public partnerships, and whole community resilience strategies.

Once all four courses have been completed, participants must complete the Infrastructure Protection Certificate Request and return the form to the TEEX Law Enforcement and Protective Services Excellence Training division to receive their Certificate.

All courses must be TEEX courses taken within 5 years from the date of application.

Required Courses

*Formally title Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources Awareness
**Formally titled 1) Jurisdictional Threat & Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment and 2) Threat & Risk Assessment
***Formally titled Enhanced Threat & Risk Assessment
****Formerly titled Advanced Critical Infrastructure Protection

Certificate Infrastructure Protection


Funding Options DHS/FEMA Veterans Benefits GSA
Delivery Types Online Face-to-Face Blended
Course Number Title Description Funding Option Delivery Type Division
AWR213 Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Awareness Quick View Course Description

ILEPSE
MGT310 Threat & Hazard Identificat’n & Risk Assessm’t & Stakeholder Preparedness Rev. Quick View Course Description

ILEPSE
MGT315 Critical Asset Risk Management Quick View Course Description

ILEPSE
MGT414 Critical Infrastructure Resilience and Community Lifelines Quick View Course Description

ILEPSE

In October 2010, a suspected gunman was reported on the Texas A&M University Campus. Campus and local police immediately responded. Fortunately, the gunman was only carrying a replica weapon.

The training and support that we received from NERRTC and the TEEX Law Enforcement Training Division aided university and local responders as they deployed the Incident Command System in response to the incident.

— Chris Meyer, Assistant Vice President, Texas A&M Office of Safety and Security
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