TEEX’s National Emergency Response and Recovery Training Center Celebrates 25 Years, Surpasses One Million Participants Trained

COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS – In its 25th anniversary year, the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) National Emergency Response and Recovery Training Center (NERRTC) has reached a significant milestone – more than one million participants have been trained in homeland security preparedness for incidents involving weapons of mass destruction, terrorism, cyberattacks, and other all-hazards disasters….

TEEX training will address Coronavirus threat

COLLEGE STATION – The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) is augmenting its national training for healthcare personnel on infectious diseases to include the latest information on the coronavirus, which has spread from Wuhan, China, to the United States. According to news reports, over 300 people have died in China and more than 17,000 have…

TEEX assists Atlanta with Super Bowl security preparations by training 1,200 responders

More than 1,200 emergency responders and officials in the Atlanta metropolitan area are better prepared to keep people safe during the upcoming Super Bowl LIII thanks, in part, to training they received from the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX).

TEEX and Center for Domestic Preparedness conduct joint training hundreds of miles apart

Healthcare personnel and emergency managers from the National Capital Region participated in an Integrated Capstone Event exercise in two locations simultaneously – Anniston, AL, and College Station, TX –via TEEX’s unique online simulation training tool called the Emergency Management*Exercise System (EM*ES).