Intellectual Property Training Academy
ipPerformance Group is focused on intellectual property operations excellence. Our Training Academy’s courses have been developed based on our 15 years of working with companies both large and small.
Our comprehensive training library of intellectual property courses covers a breadth of topics to improve your company’s innovation culture and enable the workforce to fully understand appropriate handling of company rights and to be respectful of third-party intellectual property. In addition, we work with clients to customize courses and curriculums to fit their environment.
ipPerformance Training online solutions are created to help your workforce understand the value and importance of intellectual property to your company.
All training courses are written by our team of experienced intellectual property advisors and experienced educators, designed to offer a user-friendly, engaging experience.
ipPerformance Training offers low pricing and can work within your budget and resource constraints to help implement a cost-effective intellectual property training solution that can be leveraged across the entire organization.
ipPerformance Training offers top notch visually compelling graphics and images, engaging, applicable, and relevant content.
ipPerformance Training can customize training approaches to fit every organization’s needs. We can easily customize any of our more than forty intellectual property training courses to be as company or industry-specific as you’d like.
All courses are widely accessible, tailored to your organization and available at a price to fit any budget. They’re backed up by an experienced support team that’s there if you need help.
All training can be done on the ipPerformance learning management system (LMS). Or, we can provide standard SCORM compliant courses to be easily deployed on your corporate LMS.
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IP Fundamentals are courses that provide an introduction to intellectual property assets, including concepts, procedures, benefits, and proper handling.
IP Extensions are courses designed for expanding your understanding of IP assets, standard operating practices, and best practices policies. This includes courses that are for audiences establishing intellectual property expert capabilities. These courses are for the people participating or leading efforts to monetize, leverage, and transact intellectual property.
IP Microlearning are bite size courses that are designed for the audience with a need to learn a specific topic or task. They are also used as learning refreshers. We cover most topics in less than seven minutes.
Trade Secret Fundamentals
IP and Commercial Relationships: When do you need an agreement?
New Products and Freedom to Operate Procedures
Exploring Intellectual Property Assets for Research Development & Engineering
Inventor Lab Research Notebook Procedures
Patenting Process – Invention Disclosure, Review, Approval, and Patent Grant
Intellectual Property in Joint Ventures
Handling Intellectual Property in Cooperative Relationships
New Use Patents
Intellectual Property Valuation Methods
Intellectual Property Assets through Strategic Alliance Life Cycle
Intellectual Property for Marketing Advantage: An Introduction to Patent Issues in the Marketplace
Patent Intelligence, Methods, and Analysis
Completing an Invention Disclosure Form
Conducting Prior Art Studies
Confidential Proprietary Information
Document Creation and Handling
Factors and Considerations for Early Defensive Publication
Handling Unsolicited Ideas
Invention and Inventorship
Necessary Preparations for Completing an Invention Disclosure
Outside Cooperative Development Programs
Patent versus Trade Secret Protection
Prosecuting a Patent
Publication after Filing Patent Application
Releasing Technology to a Joint Venture
Requirements for Patentability
The Patent Department – What do they do?
Understanding Overlapping Intellectual Property Rights
Understanding the Importance of Intellectual Property in a Business’s Value Chain
Using Technology Related Agreements
Why Obtain a Patent?
Research Development and Engineering Essentials
Invention and Inventorship
Intangible Assets vs. Tangible Assets
Protecting Proprietary Information
Freedom to Operate and Infringement
Patenting Process Workflow