NH SPI exists to guide New Hampshire businesses – especially the ones in high-growth sectors – by instilling and nurturing the key skills your company needs to continue growing. By working together as an industry sector, we can create a workforce ready to take on the next challenge. Here are some of the frequently asked questions.

Who is NH SPI for?

SPI is for New Hampshire businesses looking to leverage the many workforce training programs and incentives available for training, retraining, and upskilling people. The five high-growth sectors SPI is currently working with are construction, health care, hospitality, manufacturing, and technology. Why SPI matters >

What will it cost my company?

Consulting with a sector advisor is free! While each program is different, NH SPI will create training programs that leverage federal and local resources and funding resources to offset as much of the cost as possible.

Are my current employees eligible?

In most cases, yes! Exceptions may vary by program and may exclude employees who are not residents of New Hampshire.

What kind of training programs are offered through NH SPI?

NH SPI can connect your company to a wide variety of programs that teach the skills you need. That might mean an advanced Excel course, a workshop on soft skills, or a series of classes about 3D printing software. Please let us know what you need! Connect to your industry >

What kind of manufacturing training is available?

NH SPI works closely with many manufacturing training providers that offer training in parallel with the currently identified needs. This list is constantly updated as new needs are determined. Learn more about the manufacturing sector >

For more information about these questions or anything else, please contact your sector advisor.