Intellectual Property Extension Courses
Deepen your understanding of Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property Extensions are courses designed to expand the workforce’s understanding of IP assets, standard operating practices, and best practices policies. They target intellectual property stakeholders involved in transactions, new product development, and new business. Additionally, more advanced topics are covered for employees participating in or leading efforts to monetize, leverage, and transact intellectual property.
Starting with the fundamentals of intellectual property and how it is protected in an organization, this course identifies many contractual situations where IP rights and obligations typically arise. The general approach in such situations is discussed, along with responsibilities and resources. This course will clarify when an agreement is required and discuss the different types of technology and intellectual assets-related agreements. Also, the learner will learn the standard structure of a typical technology-related agreement and the standard approval process.
This course introduces the Research Development and Engineering (Developers/Engineers/Scientists) and manufacturing personnel to the business processes by which the company ensures its technical developments are appropriately protected and that IP-related risks are sufficiently managed (and that it has the freedom to operate its business). This course teaches the key elements of the Invention Disclosure Form and patent application that are required to gain internal patent application approvals and successfully secure a granted patent.
A laboratory notebook is essential for recording development events and data supporting invention efforts that lead to patentable inventions. The recorded information can establish dates of conception and reduction to practice of technology and patent inventorship.
This course discusses the principles of using a research lab notebook. Learners will learn the purpose of a notebook, formatting, appropriate content, and responsibilities.
Proprietary information is highly valuable to the organization and must be safeguarded during your discussions. Establishing an agreement before discussing it with someone outside the company is common practice, but sometimes there may be no need to share confidential and proprietary information.
This course explains the fundamental principles of handling and safeguarding proprietary information.
An Invention Disclosure Form is a formal document that an inventor uses to describe their invention and the background of the invention, which they believe is patentable technology, designs, or processes. This form transmits pertinent technical and business information to the Patent Department. This course is a step-by-step overview of a standard Invention Disclosure Form and how to complete it. It covers the process of invention disclosure, terminology, and essential concepts.
Invention and inventorship are foundational to innovation and patent procurement. While many developers participate in the invention process, they are not necessarily considered inventors by law. This course aims to enable learners to describe the invention stages and discuss the legal inventorship requirements stipulating who can be identified as an inventor. Also, employees will learn invention ownership principles and joint development ownership.
Why, Where, and When
This course reviews the key factors that inventors should understand before pursuing a patent. Employees will learn the alternatives to patenting an invention, how the invention is defined by the patent claims articulated in a patent application and business considerations for protection and jurisdictions to file for protection.
Joint Venture Protocols for Intellectual Property
The course discusses the key considerations during the life cycle of a joint venture relationship. This includes considerations both before and after the joint venture formation. The discussion is organized into five segments, which walk through each joint venture stage with a list of actions.
Agreement Process and Structures
Establishing agreements is a core activity in business. Managers and management in organizations will create and handle proprietary information and interact with outside organizations and people.
This proprietary information is highly valuable to the organization and must be safeguarded during discussions with someone outside the company. Establishing an agreement before discussing it with someone outside the company, but sometimes there may be no need to share confidential and proprietary information.
This course is designed to give learners a basic working knowledge of why agreements are required in certain circumstances.
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The ipPerformance Training Difference
ipPerformance believes intellectual property training is essential to increasing business value and reducing risks. We combine seasoned subject matter experts with our instructional design methodology to develop interactive, engaging, and adaptable courses to reinforce an IP-driven culture.
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