The National Strategic Research Institute (NSRI) field operations and training team has released its 2022 course catalog, featuring 25 courses focused on countering weapons of mass destruction (CWMD).
NSRI, the DOD-designated University Affiliated Research Center of U.S. Strategic Command and the University of Nebraska, is the only training program to combine the best CWMD academic research in the nation with the strength of seasoned CBRNE industry talent. The courses are intended for government agencies, law enforcement, public health personnel and first responders.
Courses train attendees to respond to and prevent chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive weapon incidents. They incorporate various experiences including scenario based exercises, table-top exercises, workgroup discussions, laboratory training and program and technology reviews and demonstrations.
Download the catalog at nsri.nebraska.edu/coursecatalog. An online search with extended courses details is available at nsri.nebraska.edu/cwmdcourses.
About the National Strategic Research Institute
Through the National Strategic Research Institute at the University of Nebraska leading scientists deliver innovative national security research, technology, product and strategy development, training and exercises, and subject matter expertise to the Department of Defense and other federal agencies. One of only 14 DOD-designated University Affiliated Research Centers in the country, NSRI is sponsored by U.S. Strategic Command and works to ensure the United States’ safety and preparedness against increasingly sophisticated threats. Read about our mission.