Since its inception in 2002 The George Washington University Office of Homeland Security has delivered comprehensive homeland security training and education programs to its stakeholders from the public, private, and non-profit sectors at GW’s Virginia Campus. Today, the Office of Homeland Security offers several programs to meet contemporary training and educational needs of its stakeholders.
The Center for Preparedness and Resilience, a division of the GW Office of Homeland Security, is a comprehensive education and training solutions center for all first responders and emergency response officials from all emergency support functions and emergency response disciplines. We provide an integrated approach to planning, training, and exercising for large-scale emergencies and disasters.
The Center for Preparedness and Resilience is an official US Department of Homeland Security FEMA Training and Exercise Integration (TEI) Training Partner and is committed to our task of providing a variety of specialized, state-of-the-art training opportunities for emergency responders across the National Capital Region and the United States of America.