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Friday, September 11, 2015

Basic Personal Defense

FSI Announces: MQ930: Basic Personal Defense
October 14, 2015 (9:00-11:30am)
November 13, 2015 (9:00-11:30am)

In today’s world, personal security is paramount. Learning how to defend your self can be empowering and essential to survival in the Foreign Service. Join us for an introduction of basic self-defense measures that anyone can learn and apply.

This course will include:
·         An overview of real life attacks
·         Basic body strikes and ground defense
·         How to defend against chokes and bear hugs

Who May Attend:
Open to all Foreign Affairs agency employees (FS and CS) and adult eligible family members (EFMs).

Where and When:
At the Foreign Service Institute, George P. Shultz National Foreign Affairs Training Center, Arlington, VA. Room C3116. (On October 14, 2015 the course will be in room C3116)

How to Register:
Register online through the FSI Course Catalog at http://reg.fsi.state.gov/CourseCatalog.aspx?EventId=MQ930.    

Tuition: State: No charge. Non-State: $65.


For questions about this course please contact coordinators at FSISOS@state.gov.

For more information about other Transition Center programs and training classes for personnel, family members and members of household, see our website at http://www.state.gov/m/fsi/tc

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