Nearly 500 Rio Grande Valley employees receive low-cost infrastructure & safety training

Almost 500 Rio Grande Valley employees received low-cost training offered by TEEX during the annual Infrastructure & Safety Summit, held on the campus of the Texas State Technical College (TSTC) in Harlingen. TEEX offered 22 courses with free or deeply discounted registration fees, to entry-level and experienced employees.

Online training gives students a career path after high school

The Houston Independent School District has been preparing high school students for entry-level jobs in security services, corrections, law enforcement and forensics using online training provided by TEEX. Since 2009, more than 500 students enrolled in Career and Technical Education programs have participated.

New Report Details National Domestic Preparedness Consortium’s Impact on U.S.

The National Domestic Preparedness Consortium, or NDPC, recently celebrated its 20th year of making a substantial impact on the nation’s preparedness. Since 1998, NDPC training has benefited more than 2.9 million participants in all 50 states and each U.S. territory. A new report details how NDPC training was used during an unprecedented number of natural disasters during FY2018.

Tate receives award for contributions to the nation’s emergency preparedness

Rebecca Tate received the prestigious Regents Fellow Service Award from The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents. She was recognized for her efforts to enhance the nation’s safety and security by ensuring first responders receive high-quality emergency preparedness training.