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IPM Course & Toolkit for Procurement Officers

27 Jul 2016

The Intellectual Property Management (IPM) course & Toolkit for Procurement officers was developed in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance (MOF). The objective of this course is to equip procurement officers in the public sector with fundamental knowledge on IPM to help them respond adequately to key IP concerns and issues relating to procurement.

In providing guidance on procurement training courses, MOF has listed this course as one of the core policy courses in a Financial Circular Minute (i.e. FCM M9/2016 dated 24 May 2016). Procurement officers are strongly encouraged to attend the core courses to help achieve the competencies required for their procurement roles stipulated in the recently mandated Procurement Competency Framework (PCF).

This course is only open to Singapore Civil Servants and Public Officers.

Due to an overwhelming response, the registration for this course has been closed. To place yourself on the waiting list, please send an email to jasvinder_singh@ipacademy.com.sg.  

IP Management Course & Toolkit for MOE

16 Aug 2016

MOE Teachers and Officers use a lot of third party copyright material, create their own copyright works and collaborate with other parties (vendors, partners, students, etc) to create works. The objective of this course is to equip the participants with the skills and knowledge to understand and address the IP challenges faced in their course of work.

This course is only open to MOE Teachers, Middle Managers, School Staff Developers and HQ Officers.

MOE-AST is sponsoring MOE staff for this run on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please register via TRAISI. (TRASI Course Code: 72750) 

IPM Course & Toolkit for Procurement Officers

1 Sep 2016

The Intellectual Property Management (IPM) course & Toolkit for Procurement officers was developed in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance (MOF). The objective of this course is to equip procurement officers in the public sector with fundamental knowledge on IPM to help them respond adequately to key IP concerns and issues relating to procurement.

In providing guidance on procurement training courses, MOF has listed this course as one of the core policy courses in a Financial Circular Minute (i.e. FCM M9/2016 dated 24 May 2016). Procurement officers are strongly encouraged to attend the core courses to help achieve the competencies required for their procurement roles stipulated in the recently mandated Procurement Competency Framework (PCF). 

This course is only open to Singapore Civil Servants and Public Officers.

 

IP Management Course & Toolkit for MOE

5 Sep 2016

MOE Teachers and Officers use a lot of third party copyright material, create their own copyright works and collaborate with other parties (vendors, partners, students, etc) to create works. The objective of this course is to equip the participants with the skills and knowledge to understand and address the IP challenges faced in their course of work.

This course is only open to MOE Teachers, Middle Managers, School Staff Developers and HQ Officers.

Intellectual Property (IP)/IPManagement Course for Public Agencies

15 Sep 2016

As Singapore embarks on our vision to be a Smart Nation, driven by technology and a knowledge based economy, Intellectual Property (IP) has become increasingly important and crucial.

Government agencies are major procurers and users of Intellectual Property. Civil Servants and Public Officers are increasing involved in the creation and management of Intellectual Property. The Instruction Manual and certain Finance Circular Minutes set out policy guidelines regarding the need to avoid infringing copyright, and the management of IP in areas such as procurement, funding of R&D and the secondment of officers.

This course is only open to Singapore Civil Servants and Public Officers.

IPM Course & Toolkit for Procurement Officers

20 Sep 2016

The Intellectual Property Management (IPM) course & Toolkit for Procurement officers was developed in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance (MOF). The objective of this course is to equip procurement officers in the public sector with fundamental knowledge on IPM to help them respond adequately to key IP concerns and issues relating to procurement.

In providing guidance on procurement training courses, MOF has listed this course as one of the core policy courses in a Financial Circular Minute (i.e. FCM M9/2016 dated 24 May 2016). Procurement officers are strongly encouraged to attend the core courses to help achieve the competencies required for their procurement roles stipulated in the recently mandated Procurement Competency Framework (PCF).

This course is only open to Singapore Civil Servants and Public Officers.

Due to an overwhelming response, the registration for this course has been closed. To place yourself on the waiting list, please send an email to jasvinder_singh@ipacademy.com.sg.

IP Management Course & Toolkit for MOE

13 Oct 2016

MOE Teachers and Officers use a lot of third party copyright material, create their own copyright works and collaborate with other parties (vendors, partners, students, etc) to create works. The objective of this course is to equip the participants with the skills and knowledge to understand and address the IP challenges faced in their course of work.

This course is only open to MOE Teachers, Middle Managers, School Staff Developers and HQ Officers.

IPM Course & Toolkit for Procurement Officers

2 Nov 2016

The Intellectual Property Management (IPM) course & Toolkit for Procurement officers was developed in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance (MOF). The objective of this course is to equip procurement officers in the public sector with fundamental knowledge on IPM to help them respond adequately to key IP concerns and issues relating to procurement.

In providing guidance on procurement training courses, MOF has listed this course as one of the core policy courses in a Financial Circular Minute (i.e. FCM M9/2016 dated 24 May 2016). Procurement officers are strongly encouraged to attend the core courses to help achieve the competencies required for their procurement roles stipulated in the recently mandated Procurement Competency Framework (PCF).

This course is only open to Singapore Civil Servants and Public Officers. 

DIY Competitive and Technology Intelligence Through Patent Search

30 Sep 2016

Intellectual Property (IP) has become increasingly important and crucial in Singapore’s innovation-driven economy. What’s a patent? How can I derive value from my patent?

Are you a business owner who is asking these questions? If so, this short 2-hour seminar is for you as our speakers shares the basics of patent, how you can protect our business through patents and how you can conduct preliminary patent searches.

This course is open for registration to participants from local enterprises and public agencies.

Participants would be notified of successful confirmation via email.

Advanced IP Management Programme

3 - 7 Oct 2016

The Advanced IP Management programme focuses on the importance and strategic applications of IP management and how it connects with business strategies and growth.

The in-depth week-long programme will also provide an overview of the ASEAN IP landscape, the intertwining growth of intellectual property and economies in the region, and its impact on Asia.

IPA Roundtable Series: IP Battlefront 2 - IP Management Strategy in the Mobile “Internet+” Era - 知识产权布局激战全球,中企IP总监论道狮城

22 Aug 2016

In recent times, “Mobile Internet+” has become a popular topic, not only in China but also all over the world. Developments in terminal market of smart mobiles that have led to increases in its convenience, mobility and functionality could lead to an increasing possibility that it could replace the Personal Computer. In addition, the number of people using the Internet has increased tremendously as there is now access in remote areas or countries. The accessibility of the Internet has boosted the growth of online shopping and according to the McKinsey’s statistics [1], China is moving towards the digital age. The importance of the Internet towards economic contribution will reach 4 billion to 14 billion RMB of its annual GDP in 2025, which is 7 - 22% of its total GDP.

移動「互联网+」已经是目前中国甚至是世界上最具关注度的话题,随着智能手机终端的迭代完成,功能上基本取代个人电脑(Personal Computer; PC) 但移动性便捷性上大大超越PC,上网人数的迅速增加,即使是在偏远的国家或地区,人们不但能享受智能手机普及带来的便捷获取信息,透过非实体平台媒介购买商品的习惯也正悄然生起。根据麦肯锡全球研究院“中国的数字化转型:互联网对生产力与增长的影响”的2014统计报告显示,随着中国不断迈向数字化时代,互联网的重要性及其对经济增长的贡献预估到2025年约会达到每年4万亿~14万亿元人民币的年GDP总量,占GDP增长总量的7-22%。

 [1] http://tech.sina.cn/i/gn/2014-07-25/detail-iaxixtqr9397615.d.html?from=wap

The seminar will be conducted in Mandarin but two-way simultaneous interpretation (Chinese-English) will be available for all participants.

This roundtable is supported by the Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City.

LES Singapore Basic Licensing Course 2016

18 - 19 Oct 2016

The Licensing Executives Society (Singapore) and IP Academy (Singapore) are pleased to present the LES SINGAPORE BASIC LICENSING COURSE 2016.  The course covers aspects of the licensing of intellectual property – trademarks, copyright, patents and registered designs.  It presents a brief and lucid explanation of the various principles and procedures of licensing negotiations, including a “hands-on” scenario which will enable the participant to put into practice the lessons taught, under the supervision and assessment of the instructors.

The course assumes no previous knowledge of or experience in intellectual property or licensing, but at the same time it contains much materials which will be useful to the experienced licensing professional including pointers for structuring a deal.

The course has been developed by licensing and intellectual property lawyers & industry members based on the accumulation of a wealth of experience in the field of licensing, franchising and technology transfer.



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Strategies & Trends in IP Litigation

26 Jul 2016

Several aspects of IP proceedings, such as the risk of making groundless threats and the possibility of IP rights being invalidated, bring a set of challenges unique to IP litigation. Litigants and their counsel must be familiar with the niceties of IP proceedings, the procedural complications and the pitfalls to avoid.

The seminar will address the procedural framework surrounding IP litigation and focus on examples of how this framework is best employed for the effective enforcement or challenge of IP rights. Coverage will include timely, need-to-know topics for every practitioner and litigator, such as proving and disputing damages in an IP case and how to use expert witnesses effectively.

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