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TransAtlantic IPR Portal

Training & e-Learning

International Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Training Database

A database maintained by agencies of the United States Government and industry associations that provide training and technical assistance relating to protecting IPR. The database is a tool designed to permit the IPR Training Coordination Group, composed of these U.S. private and public sector training providers, to share information in order to coordinate and plan IPR training, as well as respond to queries about U.S. IPR training activities.


Online IPR Training Module

This online training program can help you learn how to evaluate, protect, and enforce your IPR. It has been developed by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Office of Intellectual Property Rights and the USPTO, Small Business Administration, and Foreign Commercial Service.
The program is available free online at www.stopfakes.gov in English, Spanish, and French.


Outreach and Seminars

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Office of Intellectual Property Rights regularly conducts outreach and training events about how companies can protect and enforce intellectual property rights in the U.S. and overseas. Outreach events are conducted in-person and via webinar. For more information visit www.stopfakes.gov.


China IPR SME Helpdesk

The China IPR SME Helpdesk offers training events, workshops and question-and-answer sessions with experts on IPR enforcement in China. These events are held around Europe as well as in China. Find the latest events or request a customised consultation for yourself or your organisation, if it involves European small and medium-sized enterprises.


ASEAN IPR Helpdesk


Latest IPR Events in Europe


IPeuropAware

The European Commission and national IP Offices of EU Member States organise training events to improve enterprise awareness and competence in IP. A number of these events are run under the IPeuropAware project.


European IPR Helpdesk

The European IPR Helpdesk provides training and e-learning materials related to IPR issues in EU-funded projects, especially FP7 and CIP (7th EU Framework Research Programme, and Competitiveness and Innovation Programme).


Customs and Border Protection IPR Speakers

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is always seeking opportunities to communicate with the American public about their IPR programs. CBP is interested in speaking at trade fairs, conventions, conferences, seminars, and workshops. Request an IPR speaker.


U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) IPR Policy and Programs Guidance

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) IPR Policy and Programs Guidance or to request a speaker - The IPR Division manages the development and implementation of the CBP Trade Strategy IPR Action Plan. The IPR Division is also CBP’s point of contact for requests for speakers and training for foreign governments on IPR border enforcement. To contact the IPR Division, email iprpolicyprograms@dhs.gov.


US Patent and Trademark Office


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