Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM)
Emergency Management Courses
Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Free DHS Courses
National Domestic Preparedness Consortium
The NDPC is comprised of seven members possessing core competencies
that span the entire homeland security enterprise domain. Click here for a short video on
The NDPC and their Partners
CDP • CENTER FOR DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS
Expertise: Prevention, deterrence and response to CBRNE hazards and healthcare/public
health mass casualty
LSU-NCBRT • NATIONAL CENTER FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH AND
TRAINING AT LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
Expertise: Biological, law enforcement, and agro terrorism response
NNSA-CTOS • NATIONAL NUCLEAR SECURITY ADMINISTRATION/
CTOS-CENTER FOR RADIOLOGICAL/NUCLEAR TRAINING AT THE NEVADA
NATIONAL SECURITY SITE
Expertise: Prevention, deterrence and response to radiological/nuclear attacks
NMT-EMRTC • THE ENERGETIC MATERIALS RESEARCH AND TESTING
CENTER AT NEW MEXICO TECH
Expertise: Explosive and incendiary attacks
TEEX-NERRTC • TEXAS A&M ENGINEERING EXTENSION SERVICE,
NATIONAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND RESCUE TRAINING CENTER
Expertise: Cyber security, crisis communications, executive and elected officials education,
hazardous materials awareness and operations, health and medical services, incident
management, infrastructure protection, search and rescue, threat and risk assessment, and
training gap analyses
UH-NDPTC • NATIONAL DISASTER PREPAREDNESS TRAINING CENTER
AT UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII
Expertise: Natural disasters, coastal communities, islands & territories & underserved
TTCI-SERTC TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY CENTER, INC..
Expertise: Rail and surface transportation safety, integrity and security research and testing;
security and emergency response in surface transportation
2016 Conference Presentations
Visit the link above to view the 2016 Texas Emergency Management Conference Presentation. If your presentation is missing please email to email@example.com
so we can get it posted with the others.
Each week in April and May, America’s PrepareAthon! will be focusing on a specific hazard theme to drive participation in activities in the lead up to the April 30th National PrepareAthon! Day and the month thereafter. The themes help call attention to emergencies and disasters that could happen around the country this time of year. They are intended to serve as a springboard to a variety of topics that energize emergency preparedness partners to advance individual, family, and community preparedness activities. Partners in areas that do not face a particular threat listed are encouraged to promote and amplify alternative messaging most relevant and tailored to their local hazards.
The following list reflects the weekly dates and themes in April/May:
•Week 1 – April 10-16 – Flood Preparedness
•Week 2 – April 17-23 – Tornado Preparedness
•Week 3 – April 24-30 – Lead-up to National PrepareAthon! Day on April 30
•Week 4 – May 1-7 – Wildfire Preparedness (National Wildfire Community Preparedness Day is May 7)
•Week 5 – May 15-21 – Hurricane Preparedness
•Week 6 – May 22-28 – Extreme Heat Preparedness
TEXAS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT BRIEFS, TIPS AND LINKS
Find more information on events and resources for the emergency management community.
Important Notice: All EMI applications must be received by NETC administration office six weeks in advance of the scheduled start date for the respective class. This means forms must be received by State Training Officer's an additional week prior for processing.
Go to FEMA at https://training.fema.gov/emi.aspx for additional EMI Programs.
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