Authorized Certification
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) Border Health Office (BHO) requires all users to go through authorized Texas Risk Assessment for Type 2 Diabetes in Children (TRAT2DC) training prior to conducting risk assessment activities. The TRAT2DC Risk Factor Electronic System (RFES) has an online training certification. Personnel authorized to conduct risk assessments will have to obtain their training and certification by using the training certification available on the RFES website. The training can be accessed by logging in with a RFES username and password. Individuals who do not have a RFES username and password and wish to obtain one may contact the UTRGV Border Health Office by e‐mail at bho@utrgv.edu or by phone at (956) 665-8900. TRAT2DC Certification

New Certification
New Users New users requesting access to the TRAT2DC online certification must first obtain a username and password from the UTRGV Border Health Office. Contact the UTRGV BHO by e‐mail at bho@utrgv.edu or by phone at (956) 665-8900.


Recertification is available through the TRAT2DC RFES website. To recertify, you may log in with your username and password and on the "Select School" page, a link will be available on the upper-right-hand corner of the screen labeled "Online Certification." Click on that link and you will be taken to the training. The other method is automatically done by the site. If your certification has expired and you log in with your username and password, the site will automatically take you to the training. Certification must be current and completed prior to entering risk assessment reports.

UTRGV Border Health Office
1201 West University Dr
EUNFS 1.201 (Annex South Bldg.)
Edinburg TX 78539-2999
Phone: 956-665-8900
Email: bho@utrgv.edu