No matter the time and energy put into your planning and training efforts, only moving through the intended actions under realistic conditions will truly reveal what works and what doesn’t.
CEMA has on staff multiple certified Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) trainers and Master Exercise Practitioners (MEP). We offer end-to-end, HSEEP-compliant exercise services. Our team can provide onsite support, or you can opt to participate in a virtual exercise event. Ultimately, CEMA will strive to thoroughly and accurately document the outcomes of your exercise to help prioritize your future preparedness goals.
Many see exercises as the final element of the preparedness cycle. At CEMA, we see exercises through a different lens: an exercise is arguably the first step to expanding and refining your organization’s state of preparedness. Naturally, there are many other forces at work that also may compel you to plan and execute an exercise, including identification of a new concern to your organization, regulatory and grant requirements, agency accreditation standards, and others. Whatever the need, CEMA stands ready to help.
Our FEMA-certified Master Exercise Practitioners use the HSEEP process to devise and implement exercises that ensure useful outcomes. CEMA has supported all forms of discussion-based (i.e., seminar, workshop, tabletop, or game) and operations-based (i.e., drill, functional, or full-scale) exercises, from the simplest single-agency events through complex multi-agency, regional, and statewide events. Contact us today to start the conversation and explore how we can help.