Basic Peace Officer Academy Class #169

The TEEX Basic Peace Officer Academy is a comprehensive pre-employment training experience for individuals seeking a career in the law enforcement industry. The Academy is an 800-hour program delivered over a 20-week period utilizing traditional classroom instruction combined with practical field exercises followed by required skills testing. The Academy gives …

Keeping Texas Running When Disaster Strikes

Texas A&M Public Works Response Team (TX-PWRT) is a state resource with highly qualified experienced members who support local jurisdictions in their response to a catastrophic event by providing critical public works services as needed to facilitate recovery.

COLLEGE STATION, TX - Four women graduated December 10, 2020, from the Collegiate Technical Investigation Skills Program.

"These students were able to get training in one semester that would typically take professionals three - four years to complete. Once they exit this program they are ready to work. They can enter …

The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) announced that it will incorporate several aspects of the IBM (NYSE: IBM) Security portfolio into its national cybersecurity training initiatives.

TEEX focuses on providing cybersecurity training and technical assistance to public and private organizations across all 50 states as well as U.S. …

BRYAN, TEXAS – Eleven students graduated from the TEEX Lineman Academy, on June 18, 2020, at the RELLIS campus in Bryan, Texas. The Lineman Academy provides students the skills necessary to support crucial infrastructure throughout Texas and across the nation. 
 
During the 15-week academy, students completed 480 hours of classroom instruction, performed real-world …

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COLLEGE STATION – As states begin to lift COVID-19 stay-at-home orders and open businesses, communities are facing the long road to disaster recovery, which can take months or years.

TEEX employees check in medical supplies at a distribution center.

COLLEGE STATION – The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) has deployed over 80 employees to support the state’s response to COVID-19, with a critical mission to help facilitate delivery …

I found the activities in the workshop extremely helpful in identifying my strengths and weaknesses as a facilitator. The hands-on practice exercises allowed me to receive feedback from my peers and the instructor in a non-threatening environment that improved my facilitation skills.

— Nicole Buzello, Lean Facilitator Trainee, Corpus Christi Army Depot
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