Join this half-day course to demystify the process of filing a patent application. Learn best practices when preparing for a patent application and make informed decisions when preparing for patent applications. You will also gain a better understanding of the patent application process in Singapore and abroad.
Despite it being a mere application, the filing of a patent may be regarded as one of the most technically challenging applications for an intellectual property (IP) right.
It is also relatively costly when compared to other types of IP applications. This complexity is compounded by the fact that no worldwide patent exists, and that the estimated patent application success rate is only in the 50%-60% range.
Join us at this half-day webinar to demystify the patent application process and to learn best practices when filing a patent application.
You will learn to make sense of the patent application and its processes in Singapore and abroad to make more informed filing decisions, be in a better position to prepare a simple patent application, and form a more collaborative relationship with a patent attorney.
This course is focused on making sense of the patent application and its processes in Singapore and abroad, in order that potential applicants may:
- make better filing decisions;
- be in a better position to prepare some parts of a simple patent application; and
- form a more collaborative relationship with a patent attorney.
- Introduction to patenting
- Review of essential patentability concepts
- Parts of a patent application
- Internationalising your patent application
- Class exercise and Q&A
Pre-requsite / Entry Requirement
It will be good for learning purposes if participants have prior basic knowledge of patents.
NTUC UTAP SUPPORT
NTUC members enjoy 50% unfunded course fee support for up to $250 each year (or up to $500 for NTUC members aged 40 years old and above) when you sign up for courses supported under UTAP (Union Training Assistance Programme). Please visit e2i’s website to find out more.
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