TEEX2013

TEEX/NERRTC Laredo Regional Training Academy

TAMIU will offer TEEX courses during it's FIRST TEEX Conference. The conference duration is from December 5-8, 2012. There is a variety of courses to choose from. If you would like to register you can do so by following the links provided. If you would like to register by check, call the Office of Conituing Education for further assistance.

12/5/2012
12/6/2012
12/7/2012
12/8/2012
COURSE
8AM -5PM
8AM -5PM
8AM- 2PM
8AM- 12PM
8AM -5PM
8AM -5PM
8AM -5PM
8AM- 12PM
1PM- 5PM
8AM -5PM
8AM -5PM
8AM- 12PM
8AM -5PM
8AM -5PM

 

MGT-317 Disaster Management for Public Service
This course brings together those emergency management personnel from within a jurisdiction who would be required to prevent, manage, or respond to a natural, technological, or civil disaster affecting the public services sector of a community. The course introduces the natural, technological, and civil hazards to which public service systems may be vulnerable. It covers the process of emergency response from pre-incident preparation and emergency operations planning through the response phase to post-incident recovery actions.

MGT-312 Senior Officials Workshop for All Hazards Prepardness
The Senior Officials Workshop provides a forum for local or regional executives to share strategies and coordinate plans for emergency preparedness and response. This Workshop is an efficient process for discussing executive-level issues with leaders from the agencies involved in all levels of the emergency management structure. The expected outcome: Executive and administrative staff, responder chiefs/ department heads and infrastructure and resource leaders sharing a common perspective and an understanding of the challenges they will face in times of crisis.

MGT-347- Incident Command Systerms Forms Review
This course focuses on the core functions, process and best practices necessary to ensure effective and repeatable performance of an emergency operations center at any level. The core functions and processes are reviews and demonstrated via facilitated discussion and classroom activities. The participants gain practical experience via a series of interrelated activities and exercises supported by a state of the art computer simulation system and are coached by instructors who have extensive emergency operations and management experience.

PER-212 Operational Level Response to Hazmat/WMD Incidents
This course focuses on the unique personal protection challenges that responders face during a weapons of mass destruction (WMD)/terrorist incident or a hazardous materials incident. PER-212 is based on NFPA 472 (2008) consensus standard operations-level core competencies and personal protective equipment (PPE) mission specific competency, as well as OSHA (29CFR 1910.120)and EPA (40CFR Part 311) response regulations. PER-212 provides the knowledge and skills needed to obtain certification through the National Professional Qualifications System (NPQS/ProBoard) as an Operations-level responder.

AWR-136 Essentials of Community Cyber Security
This half-day training course places the issues of cyber security in a community context and demonstrates how cyber events can impact, prevent, and/or stop business operations, and emergency responses. The course covers cyber threats, vulnerabilities and countermeasures, explains how computer systems and networks are vulnerable, and how this vulnerability affects the organization. (4 hours)

MGT-346 Emergency Operations Center Operations and Planning for All Hazards
This course focuses on the core functions, process and best practices necessary to ensure effective and repeatable performance of an emergency operations center at any level. The core functions and processes are reviews and demonstrated via facilitated discussion and classroom activities. The participants gain practical experience via a series of interrelated activities and exercises supported by a state of the art computer simulation system and are coached by instructors who have extensive emergency operations and management experience.

MGT-343 Disaster management for Water and Wastewater Utilities
This course is designed to provide training to water and wastewater professionals on issues concerning preparing for, responding to, and recovering from natural or man-made incidents affecting water and/or wastewater facilities. The course introduces the various natural and man-made (accidental or intentional) hazards to which water and wastewater systems may be vulnerable and the potential effects the hazards may induce. Legislation that serves to aid in the planning and response to a natural or man-made incident is discussed, along with measures that can mitigate threats to water and wastewater systems. Participants are guided through portions of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Response Protocol Toolbox to identify steps in the response and recovery processes, and create a recovery plan.

***All classes are subject to cancellation if there is insufficient number of attendees. ***

For additional information contact:
CONTINUING EDUCATION
5201 University Boulevard, Pellegrino Hall 301
Laredo, TX  78041
Tel. 956.326.3068 — Fax 956.326.2838
Email: ContinuingEducation@tamiu.edu
Office Hours: Mon - Fri, 8 am - 5 pm

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