SOURCE: UCLA Extension

UCLA Extension

September 07, 2016 13:00 ET

UCLA Extension Hosts Technical Management Program Week September 11-16, 2016, UCLA Campus 60 Years of Training Managers

Forward-Thinking Program Inspires Managers to Become Dynamic Leaders

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - September 07, 2016) - September 11-16, 2016 is known as Technical Management Program (TMP) Week, when UCLA Extension convenes intensive workshops for new and experienced managers at Covel Commons, UCLA Campus.

For six decades, the bi-annual TMP has supported and trained engineers and managers in technical fields, from IT, defense and aerospace, energy, healthcare, game development, and more, to lead with innovative management skills. The five day program is noteworthy for presenting the best management practices and current techniques and methodologies applicable to those who manage technical teams.

"The forward-thinking concept of bringing technical professionals together to explore fresh strategic management approaches for their organizations is the cornerstone of TMP," says Dr. Varaz Shahmirian, Director, Engineering & Technology at UCLA Extension. "Attendees are technology leaders who are looking to develop new skills on strategic thinking and effective management. We have created an environment where creative and innovative leadership and management approaches are discussed and cultivated.

The September TMP schedule meets 8am-6pm, with four-period formats on different topics. The $4,395 fee includes all required texts and materials and meals

TMP Week includes a welcome reception, a networking dinner, parking on the UCLA campus, other campus amenities. Attendees are awarded 4.0 CEU upon completion of the program.

To attend TMP at UCLA Extension, send your reservation to or call 310-825-3858.

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