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Moore to receive Regents Fellow Service Award from Texas A&M System
  Robert Moore, Division Director for the TEEX Emergency Services Training Institute, has been tapped for the prestigious Regents Fellow Service Award, the highest honor given by The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents. Moore was nominated for his leadership, dedication and commitment to training professional and volunteer firefighters.
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Symposium draws record number of emergency responders to San Marcos
  More than 900 Texas emergency responders are expected to attend the 7th annual Leadership Development Symposium on Jan. 12-14 in San Marcos.
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Two new Cooperative Learning Centers expand global reach
  TEEX recently added two new Cooperative Learning Centers (CLCs) in Puerto Rico and Australia to the list of companies approved to provide TEEX emergency response training to local responders and industrial clients within their respective countries. Including the new centers, TEEX now has 12 CLC partners in seven countries.
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National Emergency Management Executive Academy taps TEEX to deliver training, exericses
  TEEX was selected to provide emergency management training and exercises for the renowned Emergency Management Institute (EMI) in Emmitsburg, MD. A six-member instructional team developed and delivered a successful, four-day capstone course for the National Emergency Management Executive Academy.
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TEEX training for medical personnel addresses Ebola threat and more
  The recent outbreak of Ebola, a viral hemorrhagic fever, has the medical community seeking information about how to identify the disease and manage patient care, while protecting themselves from contamination. TEEX has addressed those topics and more for 15 years as part of its training in Medical Management of CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive) Events.
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‘Pediatric Disaster Response’ course addresses needs of children in a crisis
  A new course offered by TEEX, Pediatric Disaster Response and Emergency Preparedness, is designed to identify gaps, integrate efforts and enhance the ability of the community to plan for and more effectively manage the effects of a disaster on children.
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Web-based simulation software links emergency responders in Newark and College Station
  The new web-based Emergency Management * Exercise System (EM*ES Web) simulation software has been successfully deployed to connect emergency responders in two locations – 1,600 miles apart. The Newark, NJ, Emergency Operations Center (EOC) used the EM*ES to connect to the city’s Incident Management Team in College Station during a daylong exercise.
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Cool Schools, Hot Training: Summer Fire Training Schools draw over 3,000 students
  The annual July Fire Training Schools concluded on July 25 with the 85th Annual Municipal Fire Training School. The three schools drew more than 3,000 firefighters from Texas and around the world to Brayton Fire Training Field for a challenging week of training.
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Public invited to firefighting demonstration on July 23 at Brayton Fire Field
  The public is invited to a firefighting demonstration on Wednesday, July 23, sponsored by the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) in conjunction with its Municipal Fire Training School at the Brayton Fire Training Field in College Station. There is no admission charge.
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New training in industrial emergencies supports municipal firefighter safety
  TEEX wants to help ensure firefighters in all departments in the State of Texas have training in effective and appropriate responses to industrial emergencies – training that could save their lives. A new course, “Industrial Emergencies for Municipal-Based Responders," has been developed to train firefighters to handle industrial and other non-traditional emergencies.
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