UCLA Extension
  • Technical Management Program (TMP) Week

    Held every March and September, UCLA Extension’s week-long intensive helps managers:

    Gain leadership skills

    Enhance interpersonal skills

    Learn the latest business trends and paradigms

    Obtain a repertoire of methods to solve problems, plan strategies,   and motivate colleagues

    Network with attendees from around the world 

    Customize your path to Success with our courses.
    Reserve today!.

    Future TMP dates:

    March 26-31, 2017

  • A Word from the Faculty & Attendees

    The Technical Management Program is a week long leadership and management seminar presented twice a year at the UCLA campus.  The past attendees, instructors, and staff share a glimpse of the insights into TMP in this film.

Celebrate over 60 years of the Technical Management Program

For over 60 years, the Technical Management Program at UCLA Extension has been training innovative leaders for the world’s most forward-thinking profession.

This is why you belong at TMP:

Learn to think innovatively: TMP’s engaging and interactive environment fosters exchanges of ideas and experiences. Gain insights from esteemed instructors and peers from diverse industries.

Customized training: You select courses that are grounded in intellectually stimulating content relevant to all technical professionals.

Balanced course materials: Courses focus on technical and managerial aspects that improve your personal and organizational performance. Emerging and seasoned managers leave invigorated and inspired with skills benefiting their workplace.

Intensive learning in a relaxed environment. Training is conducted over the span of 5 days on the scenic UCLA campus in Southern California.

Contact us to receive information about the next TMP.

Click here to take advantage of early enrollment discount or enroll your key players in our Team Advantage.

The TMP Program is an investment that sculpts your capabilities as a manager and your future path, beginning the moment you set foot in your first session.”
– Corey Lovejoy, R&D Operations Analyst, Guidance Software, Inc.