Locally Employed Staff Orientation
SC Workforce Certification Level
This course addresses U.S. security cooperation (SC) legislation, policy, and procedures; US embassy operations; foreign military sales (FMS) processes; training management; resource management; contract administration; technology transfer and export controls; humanitarian assistance and foreign disaster relief; and other Title 10 security cooperation programs. Instruction is classroom-based, with reading assignments and practical exercises reinforcing lectures. All instruction is in English.
Provide a functional knowledge of security cooperation and security assistance policies and procedures to Locally Employed Staff (LE Staff) who work in Security Cooperation Offices (SCOs) in U.S. embassies around the world. (LE Staff are also known as Foreign Service Nationals (FSNs) or Personal Services Agreement personnel [PSAs].)
Locally Employed Staff (LES) working in Security Cooperation Offices (SCOs).
SCM-LO (SCM-359) Security Cooperation Management Locally Employed Staff (LE Staff) Orientation Course.
Additional Course Information
Instructor Led Training (ILT)
SC Continuous Learning Hours
DAU Continuous Learning Points
College Credit Recommended
Transfer Credit Available
Constructive Credit Available
This registration button will take you to an equivalent course page on our Learning Management System (LMS), hosted by the Defense Acquisition University (DAU). If sessions are scheduled, you will be able to select one from its Upcoming Sessions drop down list.
Applicants must have a current and active Security Assistance Network (SAN) account with access to TMS web prior to arriving at DSCU. SAN User Group Administrators at the Geographical Combatant Command headquarters can assist with creating new accounts or updating existing accounts.