The Advanced Collision Reconstructionist Certificate is designed to give graduates a recognized credential that can translate into greater recognition within their respective field. After completing the three required courses and one elective course graduates will have enhanced their level of understanding of collision investigations and mastered the complexities of analyzing and reconstructing events.

Required Courses

Elective Courses – Choose one of the following

Once all four courses have been completed, applicants should confirm they meet all certificate requirements using the Advanced Collision Reconstructionist Application and return to the TEEX Law Enforcement & Security Training division. Eligibility of each candidate will be reviewed and email notification of decision will be sent.

All courses must be TEEX courses taken after January 1, 2007. Only one course from another provider will be accepted if the curriculum and hours match TEEX curriculum.

Certificate Advanced Collision Reconstruction

Funding Options DHS/FEMA Veterans Benefits GSA
Delivery Types Online Face-to-Face Blended
Course Number Title Description Funding Option Delivery Type Division
AIR540 Intermediate Collision Investigation Quick View Course Description

AIR545 Advanced Collision Investigation Quick View Course Description

AIR550 Collision Reconstruction Quick View Course Description

AIR555 Pedestrian/Auto Reconstruction Quick View Course Description

FSA101 Forensic Photography I Quick View Course Description

FSA119 Courtroom Testimony Practical Applications Quick View Course Description


When Chesley B. “Sully” Sullenberger, III amazingly landed the U.S. Airways plane he was piloting into the Hudson River, emergency responders sprang into action. TEEX received the following message the same day…

Please thank the staff of TEEX for their help in preparing our first responders and private sector for this port emergency. Everyone is complimenting the unified command operational effectiveness. Good outcomes during emergencies always start with good training.

— Brian O’Neal, Client, New Jersey Office of Homeland Security
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