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Multi-Year Training & Exercise Plan Survey Released

The Training & Exercise Unit at New Hampshire Homeland Security & Emergency Management (HSEM) has begun updating the Multi-Year Training & Exercise Plan (MYTEP).  This year, we chose to adopt a new process which starts with a survey of all emergency management, emergency response and preparedness partners across all disciplines, all levels of government, public, private and non-governmental organizations.  The survey is designed to reach the broadest audience possible and can be completed by both senior officials and those new to their field.

Your valuable input on this survey determines what training and exercise opportunities are available in New Hampshire.  Once the survey results have been analyzed, HSEM will conduct several workshops throughout the State to begin the process of scheduling courses and developing exercise schedules based on the identified needs.  After this information has been collected, the final MYTEP will be available for all partners through our Resource Center’s Exercise & Training section.

The MYTEP is a living document and can be adjusted as needed.  However, while we strive to meet the needs of our customers in a timely fashion, pre-identifying needs allows HSEM to procure the most appropriate training and exercise options.  These training opportunities require preplanning for scheduling due to nationwide demand, progressive training requirements for more advanced courses, logistics and sometimes funding.  As you know, HSEM is able to bring in training from any of the Federal partners that are part of the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium (NDPC), Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (RDPC), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) at no cost.  Additionally, based on identified needs we are able to work with customers to bring in training from other providers, oftentimes covered under grant funding.

The Multi-Year Training & Exercise Plan survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete and can be viewed in any browser.  However, there are compatibility issues with Internet Explorer.  Please click on the following link to complete the survey:


Please feel free to forward this survey to any emergency management, first responder, and/or preparedness partners in New Hampshire.

If you have any questions regarding this survey, please contact:

Meghan Geoffrion

Training & Exercise Supervisor


o: (603) 223-3651

c: (603) 931-0357

Thank you for your participation!


Training & Exercise Unit (MMG)
New Hampshire Department of Safety
Homeland Security & Emergency Management

110 Smokey Bear Blvd. (physical)

33 Hazen Drive (mailing)

Concord, NH 03305

Office: (603) 223-3651

Cell: (603) 931-0357

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