Wagner-Peyser Grant Sponsored Training
Cyber-physical Security Training for the Energy and Water industry Training Grant 2020
Reese Technology Center (RTC)
9801 Reese Blvd.,
Lubbock, TX 79416
Session 1: October 16-17, 2020
Session 2: November 6-7, 2020
Session 3: November 20-21, 2020
(Spring 2021 dates will be added in the future)
Texas Workforce Commission's Wagner-Peyser Grant sponsored training in the South Plains region for currently employed and unemployed workers interested in the electric and water industry who possess the education and experience required. Different programs offered based on participant qualifications at no cost. Only participants that commit to completing the course will be accepted.
50 Seats Available
Programs Teaming Partnership
Industry and Workforce Board Members
Workforce Solutions, South Plains, NextEra Energy, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Survalent, and several others.
We would like to acknowledge the generous donation of training equipment from Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories.
By partnering and collaborating with TTU, this grant is intended to
- Develop a regional cyber-physical security training framework applicable to diverse South Plains industries such as Wind Energy, Electric and Water Utilities (expand to Oil and Gas in the future)
- Develop cyber-physical security curriculum and employ instructors at the University/College level to deliver short-courses
- Create a regional Cyber-physical security Consortium with university, college, and industry partnership.
Education and Experience Requirements
- Some college – Community college, 4 year college, in the study of Electrical and Water Distribution, Power Generation, and IT.
- Minimum Qualifications - Some understanding of the Energy and Water Operations.
Training and Location
- Distance modules will be made available on a learning management system. Students are expected to complete the online modules before the hands-on training.
- Followed by Two-day hands-on training at Reese Technology Center, Lubbock, TX in Summer 2020. (Note: As the situation on the COVID-19 crisis continues to evolve, we will update the plans for hands-on training)
- Trainees will earn CEUs issued by Texas Tech University and certificates endorsed by Survalent for Program B track.
- Trainees earning CEUs will be better prepared in cyber-physical security aspects in the Energy and Water fields, so aptitude and experience is more important than degrees or certifications.
To register for one of the workshops, click this form