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About this Branch

NOTE: Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we are not offering in-person training until further notice.

To accommodate our clients, we have increased availability for live online training due to an increase in demand. Please review the upcoming online course schedule.


The Washington DC branch was established in 2001. The current office is equipped with 6 state of the art training suites and is centrally located on 1627 K Street, near Farragut Square in NW Washington DC. FMC holds two GSA schedule contracts to facilitate federal, state and local government training.

Learn about training financing, custom scheduling, special rates, our satisfaction guaranteed policy, and much more on our training amenities page.


Class Hours: All FMC classes run 10:00am to 5:30pm, unless otherwise noted. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early to assure that training starts on time.

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Meet our Staff

Tom Willson

Tom Willson

Branch Manager
TomW@fmctraining.com

Tom holds degrees in Business Management, Computer Programming and Marine Science, and has been with FMC since 2004. His experience ranges over twenty years as a dive resort operations manager, sales manager, dive instructor and certified underwater photo/video instructor. Prior to coming to FMC, Tom was a freelance scuba course director/instructor trainer in Key West.

Aneish Lewin

Aneish Lewin

Regional Account Manager
New York, NY | Washington, DC
AneishL@fmctraining.com

Aneish comes to FMC with an extensive background in the post-production and film industry and holds a bachelor's degree in Business Management and Administration. For over a decade she has played an active role in the development process of such well-known films as "Signs," "O Brother, Where Art Thou?," and "The Legend of Bagger Vance." She has worked with many of New York's most prominent post-houses and even the National Archives in Washington, DC. Aneish brings with her a wealth of experience and a firsthand understanding of the post-production world's inner workings.