Interagency Security Committee Training Courses

The Interagency Security Committee (ISC), which addresses security for all federal facilities, has a variety of online and interactive training courses.

Online Training Courses

The ISC developed a series of online training courses to provide federal facility security professionals, engineers, building owners, construction contractors, architects, and the general public with basic information pertaining to the ISC and its facility security standards, processes, and practices.

IS-1170: Introduction to the Interagency Security Committee (ISC)

This is the first course in the Interagency Security Committee (ISC) web-based training series. This course provides an overview of the history of the ISC, its mission and organization, and a basic outline of the ISC Risk Management Process (RMP).

IS-1171: Overview of Interagency Security Committee (ISC) Publications

This is the second course in the Interagency Security Committee (ISC) web-based training series. This course provides an overview of ISC facility security standards and policies and other documents that support the Risk Management Process (RMP).

IS-1172: Risk Management Process for Federal Facilities: Facility Security Level (FSL) Determination

This is the third course in the Interagency Security Committee (ISC) web-based training series. The purpose of this course is to provide Federal personnel with responsibilities for security-related policies, programs, projects, and/or operations for their department or agency an overview of the process to determine the Facility Security Level (FSL) for a Federal facility.

IS-1173: (FOUO) Levels of Protection (LOP) and Application of the Design-Basis Threat (DBT) Report (U)

The purpose of this For Official Use Only (FOUO) course is to provide Federal personnel with responsibilities for security-related policies, programs, projects, and/or operations for their department or agency an overview of the process to determine the facility security level (FSL) for a Federal facility.

IS-1174: Facility Security Committees

The purpose of this course is to provide Federal personnel with an overview of Facility Security Committees (FSCs), including: their members, their roles and responsibilities, and policies and procedures for FSC operations and decision-making.

Interactive Training Course

With growing recognition among the Federal security community that a “one-size-fits-all” approach is no longer acceptable, the ISC's Risk Management Process has come to serve as the standard for physical security within the federal government. Realizing the need to educate security personnel, the ISC RMP Training Program was formed. The ISC RMP is the first training program recognized and certified by the ISC to train federal security professionals in the ISC Risk Management Process. This is done through collaborative exercises and hands-on interactive instruction based on an Instructional Systems Design, a nationally recognized process. To learn more about the ISC RMP Training and how to register, please visit the Center for Leadership Development.

Risk Management Process (RMP) & Facility Security Committee (FSC) Training

Overview
This training is a half-day, instructor-led course covering the ISC Risk Management Process and the roles and responsibilities of the Facility Security Committee. The course is offered at no cost to participants and is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Who Should Attend?
Facility Security Committee (FSC) Chairs, FSC Members, Executives, Managers and any personnel involved in making facility funding, leasing, security, or other risk management decisions.

Benefits
Meets FSC training requirements and participants will receive .3 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). To learn more about the ISC RMP & FSC Training and how to register, please email rmp_fsctrng@cisa.dhs.gov.

     

Date

Time

Location

Feb 25

COMPLETED  

Little Rock, AR

Mar 3

COMPLETED

Orlando, FL

Mar 5

COMPLETED

Tampa, FL

May 12

9:00AM-2:00PM

Jackson, MS

May 14

8:30AM-1:00PM

Memphis, TN

May 19

8:30AM-1:00PM

Anchorage, AK

May 21

8:30AM-1:00PM

Juneau, AK

Jun 2

8:00AM-12:30PM

Kansas City, MO

Jun 4

8:00AM-12:30PM

St. Louis, MO

Jun 10

9:00AM-2:00PM

NCR, Washington, DC

Jun 16

8:30AM-1:00PM

Honolulu, HI

Jun 18

8:30AM-1:00PM

Hilo, HI

Jun 25

8:30AM-1:00PM

New Orleans, LA

Jul 14

8:30AM-1:00PM

Las Vegas, NV

Jul 16

8:30AM-1:00PM

Reno, NV

Jul 21

8:00AM-12:30PM

Huntsville, AL

Jul 28

8:30AM-1:00PM

Salt Lake City, UT

Jul 30

8:30AM-1:00PM

Casper, WY

Aug 4

8:30AM-1:00PM

NCR, Washington, DC

Aug 6

8:30AM-1:00PM

Austin, TX

Aug 11

8:30AM-1:00PM

Philadelphia, PA

Aug 13

8:30AM-1:00PM

Boston, MA

Aug 18

8:30AM-1:00PM

Grand Rapids, MI

Aug 20

8:00AM-12:30PM

Cleveland, OH

Aug 25

8:30AM-1:00PM

Oakland, CA

Aug 27

9:00AM-2:00PM

NCR, Arlington, VA

Sep 1

8:30AM-1:00PM

Albuquerque, NM

Sep 3

8:00AM-12:30PM

Birmingham, AL

Sep 10

8:30AM-1:30PM

Kearneysville, WV

Sep 15

8:00AM-12:30PM

Omaha, NE

Sep 15

8:30AM-1:00PM

Springfield, OR

Sep 17

8:00AM-12:30PM

Lincoln, NE

Sep 17

8:30AM-1:00PM

Portland, OR

Oct 15

8:30AM-1:30PM

NCR, Washington DC

Oct 27

8:30AM-1:00PM

Bossier City, LA

Oct 29

8:30AM-1:00PM

Tulsa, OK

Dec 1

8:30AM-1:00PM

Seattle, WA

Dec 3

8:30AM-1:00PM

Richland, WA

 

 

 

 

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