External Training Programs

This External Training Programs list provides an extensive list of additional T2 training programs that are available through other organizations working in T2. Programs are available for anyone from seasoned T2 professionals to newcomers in the field, and are taught by many of the same instructors and speakers featured in our training courses and webinars. Search through a list of other organizations’ training programs to further your T2 education.

Designation designed to teach the scientific and engineering communities how to better focus their research on initiatives that have the greatest promise of becoming value-added commercial endeavors.

Professional enrichment programs in technology commercialization and startup formation, customized for groups of 4-20 people. Coursework includes seminars on tech transfer; visits to university T2 offices, incubators, and Proof of Concept Centers; and networking events.

Reference book that serves as a guide for CRADA practice and policies at Navy labs.

Instructor-led course focusing on the use of CRADAs and PLAs, presented through a combination of lectures, interactive discussions, and workshops. Provides an overview of technology transfer and its applications, covers the legislative history and the mechanisms of technology transfer.

This curriculum is designed to give professionals the tools necessary to turn technologies and innovations into value propositions, from a customer's perspective.

Advanced degree programs in technology commercialization, customized training programs for entrepreneurs and T2 professionals, and strategic higher education partnerships.

A series of video learning modules designed to introduce researchers to the T2 process.

Education programs on intellectual property and licensing issues for all experience levels. Courses are a key component of earning and maintaining a CLP.

30-credit master's program that can be completed online, in-person, or as a combination. Students can specialize in Innovation Strategy, Entrepreneurship, or Technology & Innovation Management.

NASA enters into partnerships with universities to administer this program, which educates business students at those universities on business models and using federal technology. Participants create market assessments and business plans, with NASA's high-tech patent portfolio and NASA scientists and innovators.