IP training with Impact
ProspectIP has a range of training courses and content to help universities and research intensive organisations boost intellectual property awareness.
From understanding what IP is, through to the methods to protect and commercialise it, our flexible training content is designed to rapidly and cost-effectively raise IP awareness level among both researchers and employees. We can also develop bespoke training plans based on identified training needs.
A focused and experienced approach to intellectual property training
ProspectIP’s skilled in-house training team has experience in the development and delivery of IP training for a range of organisations, covering an array of learner levels and needs. Relevant training experience includes:
- Development of bespoke IP training for business development managers at the Building Research Establishment
- Development for IP training course for Industrial Liaison managers at De Montfort University
- Provision of IP training to academics, business entrepreneurs and new-start companies via the Spark Innovation Programme (funded by Birmingham City University)
- Provision of IP training and awareness support to UK Catapult
Successful IP training provision starts with a clear understanding of an organisation’s strategic, operational or project driven IP goals. ProspectIP will work with you to understand your IP strategy, policies and procedures together with your organisational and individual training needs. We will then create a focused and cost-effective IP training plan to ensure your organisation’s objectives and outcomes are met.
From large-scale presentations and focused workshops, through to individual mentoring and IP inductions for new starters, our IP awareness training is flexible to your needs. ProspectIP can also create guides and materials to help reinforce the learning.
Find out more
To boost your research commercialisation efforts or to find out more about improving impact and financial return from research please get in touch with us at email@example.com or call 0845 625 4825.