Terrorism Mitigation Against Buildings

Dive into the crucial field of Terrorism Mitigation Against Buildings. Our specialized course equips engineers with essential information to design and fortify structures against potential terrorist threats.

Three Hours


Provider Approval Information

  • FBPE Florida Board of Professional Engineers Provider #0009623
  • CE Broker #50-32681 Michigan Board Of Professional Engineers

Valid in states that do not issue Providership designations.

Explore advanced technologies, risk assessment methodologies, and strategies tailored for terrorism mitigation. Learn to safeguard buildings, ensuring occupant safety and structural integrity in the face of security challenges. Whether you’re a structural engineer, security consultant, or involved in urban planning, this course empowers you to create resilient environments.

Learning Objectives

  • Recall the History of Terrorist Attacks
  • Recognize the National Strategies for Countering Terrorist Attacks.
  • State the Importance of Building Design in Counter-terrorism.
  • Define the physics of weapons.
  • Discuss the effects of weapons on buildings.
  • List Examples of Weapon Effects on Buildings.
  • Recall the Methods to Mitigate the Effect of the Use of Weapons on Buildings.
  • Identify the Types of Attacks on Buildings, and Explosive Attacks on Buildings.
  • Report the Effects of Explosions on Buildings.
  • Recognize the Blast-Resistant Building Design.
  • Discuss Chemical Attacks on Buildings.
  • Discuss Biological Attacks on Buildings.
  • Discuss Radiological Attacks on Buildings.
  • Identify Common Building Damage.
  • State National Approaches to Counter Terrorism.
  • Discuss Innovative Technologies for Enhancing Building Security.

Who will Benefit from this Class

  • Structural Engineers
    Structural engineers can learn about designing buildings to withstand potential terrorist threats, ensuring the structural integrity and safety of structures during security incidents.
  • Security Engineers
    Security engineers specializing in building security systems and measures can enhance their knowledge of terrorism mitigation strategies, integrating them into security protocols for buildings and public spaces.
  • Civil Engineers
    Civil engineers involved in infrastructure projects, including buildings and public facilities, can gain insights into designing structures with terrorism mitigation considerations, enhancing the resilience of critical infrastructure.
  • Urban Planners
    Urban planners can learn about designing secure urban spaces and incorporating terrorism mitigation strategies into city planning, enhancing the overall resilience of communities against security threats.
  • Security Consultants
    Security consultants and experts can expand their expertise by understanding the engineering aspects of terrorism mitigation, allowing them to provide comprehensive security solutions to clients.
  • Emergency Management Professionals
    Professionals in emergency management can benefit from understanding the engineering principles behind terrorism mitigation, enabling them to plan and respond effectively to security incidents.
  • Building Designers
    Building designers, including architects and interior designers, can learn about integrating security features seamlessly into their designs, ensuring both aesthetics and safety in building layouts.
  • Government Officials
    Government officials responsible for urban planning, infrastructure projects, and public safety policies can gain insights into terrorism mitigation strategies, informing their decision-making processes and enhancing public safety measures.

This course includes:

  • Virtual Access From Any Computer
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Competitive Pricing
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

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The class will be available for twelve months after the date of purchase.

No. Maintaining a record of completed Professional Development Hours (Continuing Education Units) is the responsibility of the professional. Your Education Pathways online account will have a history of the classes that you have taken but you should retain a copy of your certificates of completion.

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