The Foreign Service Institute (FSI) has postponed all in-person classroom training in the Washington Metropolitan Area not deemed mission critical.
The mission critical MQ911 Security Overseas Seminar has successfully be turned into a series of four webinars in order to meet the mandatory requirement of this course as well as protect our students during this unprecedented time.
FSI will be in contact with students enrolled in upcoming training to provide specific details. Please visit this link to view courses that are being offered virtually.
The Transition Center offers a range of security seminars designed to meet the needs of U.S. Government employees, their family members, as well as private sector organizations, and study abroad administrators. These seminars seek to raise the security awareness for those living and working abroad by helping them identify risks and reduce their vulnerabilities to criminal and terrorist threats. The Transition Center also offers a basic self-defense course to provide USG employees and their families with situational awareness, de-escalation tactics, and basic self-defense skills necessary to protect themselves in dangerous situations.
Online Training Resource
- Overseas Crisis Readiness – to help U.S. Government families and members of household prepare for a crisis overseas.
Safety and Security Overseas for Foreign Affairs Personnel
- Security Overseas Seminar (MQ911) – Course Details
- Basic Personal Defense (MQ930) – Course Details
- Young Diplomats Overseas Preparation (MQ250) – Email
- Serving Abroad for Families and Employees (S.A.F.E.) – Email
- High-Threat Security Overseas Seminar (HT401) – Course Details