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Find out what upcoming programmes have subsidies or funding available!

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IPOS Practice Package for IP Professionals

20 Apr 2017
Subsidised by IPOS at $107.00 (usual price $267.50)
2.5 Public SILE CPD Points available

In this practice-oriented seminar, the Hearings and Mediation Group of the IP Office of Singapore (IPOS) will introduce participants to the recent changes in the law, and address practical issues in navigating contentious proceedings at IPOS. Participants will also receive tips on utilising the IP²SG platform effectively.

To round off the programme, in a special segment, participants will hear from Mr Olivier Marquais who represents the World Intellectual Property Organisation Arbitration and Mediation Center in Singapore.

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Graduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law
Applications for the AY2017/2018 cohort (commencing August 2017) will close on 30 April 2017
SkillsFuture Credit claimable
Eligible for funding under the Professional Conversion Programme for IP Professionals Scheme

The Graduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law (GCIP) is a foundation law course suitable for those training to become registered patents agents in Singapore, and for in-house IP advisors, IP-portfolio managers and licensing / technology transfer executives. It is essential for anyone who is aspiring to be an IP professional. This course is jointly organised by IP Academy Singapore and the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore.

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IP Issues in Tax Planning - Technology Trends & Cross Border Planning for Tax Purposes
4 May 2017
20% discount for members of the Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professionals (SIATP)
3 Public SILE CPD Points available

The highly popular annual “IP & Tax” seminar is returning for its third run. This year our distinguished speakers and panellists will share on IP issues in tax planning. They will also discuss the latest technology trends (e.g. 3D printing, artificial intelligence) and how they are affecting IP structuring for tax purposes. In addition, they will also go through the tax changes relating to IP in the Singapore Budget 2017.