Course Organisation Type Language Duration Theme Programme Highlights
Training on the Revised ASEAN Trade Mark Guidelines - Module 1: Distinctiveness of the Three Dimensional Marks ARISE+ IPR Training Module EN 28 min Trade Marks This series of training modules presented by EUIPO Trade Mark Expert Mr Thom Clark focuses on the new updates to the ASEAN Common Guidelines for the Substantive Examination of Marks. The first module covers one of the key topics that was central in the updating of the ASEAN Common Guidelines, namely 'Distinctiveness of Three-Dimensional Marks'.
Training on the Revised ASEAN Trade Mark Guidelines - Module 2: New Types of Trade Marks ARISE+ IPR Training Module EN 21 min Trade Marks This series of training modules presented by EUIPO Trade Mark Expert Mr Thom Clark focuses on the new updates to the ASEAN Common Guidelines for the Substantive Examination of Marks. The second module covers 'New types of Trade Marks,' as the ASEAN Common Guidelines recently updated their definitions to allow for the examination of non-traditional Marks. 
Training on the Revised ASEAN Trade Mark Guidelines - Module 3: Comparison of Good and Services ARISE+ IPR Training Module EN 31 min Trade Marks This series of training modules presented by EUIPO Trade Mark Expert Mr Thom Clark focuses on the new updates to the ASEAN Common Guidelines for the Substantive Examination of Marks. The third module discusses the topic 'Comparison of Goods and Services,' which was a topic requested by the ASEAN Member States to further their understanding of this in relation to the ASEAN Common Guidelines.
The Hague System: Geneva Act & Roles of the Office of a Contracting Party ARISE+ IPR Recorded Webinar EN 20 min Industrial Designs ARISE+ IPR External Expert Mr. Ernesto Rubio begins the webinar with the introduction to the Geneva Act (1999 Act) of the Hague Agreement, which governs the Hague System for the International Registration of Industrial Designs. He moves on to the benefits and operation of the Hague system. The latter part of the webinar focuses on the role of IP Offices as Office of the applicants’ Contracting Party (ACP) and as Office of a designated Contracting Party (DCP).
The Implementation of the Hague System at EU and National Level ARISE+ IPR Recorded Webinar EN 20 min Industrial Designs The webinar presented by EUIPO Design Expert Mr. Stephan Hanne covers the implementation of the Hague System in the EU level, focusing on the examination and registration procedure at EUIPO. Statistics on design fillings and registrations in the EU are also highlighted during the presentation.
The Geneva Act: A Roadmap Towards Accession ARISE+ IPR Recorded Webinar EN 28 min Industrial Designs The webinar on the accession to the Geneva Act of the Hague Agreement presented by Mr. Ernesto Rubio, ARISE+ IPR External Expert, aims to lay the foundation for the countries interested in becoming a party to the Geneva Act. The preparatory work covers those in legal area, mandatory and optional declarations made by Contracting Parties to the Geneva Act, as well as those regarding organisation and procedures, IT, and community information and promotion.
New types of design ARISE+ IPR

Training Module

EN 27 min Industrial Designs In the first session of the ARISE+ IPR online training on new types of designs and international classification, EUIPO expert Stephan Hanne begins by introducing us to several characteristics of the new types of designs and their distinctions. The expert also presents some statistics related to the registration of these designs and the common legal issues. 
Classification and available Search Databases ARISE+ IPR Training Module EN 26 min Industrial Designs In the second session of the ARISE+ IPR online training on new types of designs and international classification, EUIPO expert Kelly Bennett presents product indications and classification practices at the EUIPO. The expert gives several examples of products that embody industrial designs and the indications of these products. The presentation also covered the classification of new types of designs, including icons, projected images, holographics, displays, get-up, virtual space, etc.
 
Experience Sharing: Examination of new types of designs
 
ARISE+ IPR Training Module EN 22 min Industrial Designs In the first experience sharing session the ARISE+ IPR online training on new types of designs and international classification, Gerardo Penas from the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office (OEPM) shared the examination practices of new types of design at the OEPM, including challenges, relevant statistics and practical examples.
Experience Sharing: Design Search and Search Database ARISE+ IPR Training Module EN 19 min Industrial Designs In the second and last experience sharing session of the ARISE+ IPR online training on new types of designs and international classification, Gerardo Penas from the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office (OEPM) talks about the importance of design search and takes us to look closely at various design databases available, including DesignView, DesignClass, eSearch plus, etc. 
Introduction to the Madrid System ARISE+ IPR Recorded Webinar EN 22 min Trade Marks In the workshop on ‘Madrid Protocol - A Route to Global Branding’, Peter Willimott, Officer-in-Charge of WIPO, Singapore office, introduces the Madrid system, explains how the system works and highlights the benefits of this intrenational registration route to registrants of different business sizes.
Madrid Protocol: a Route to Global Branding
 
ARISE+ IPR Recorded Webinar EN 11 min Trade Marks Zaiton Haris, Head of Madrid Unit of the Trademark Formality and International Registration Division at the Intellectual Property Corporation of Malaysia (MyIPO), provides an overview of the Madrid system and shared regulations, rules, strategies and tips for the Malaysian applicants when filing their trade mark applications via the Madrid System.
Protecting Your Trademarks in the European Union 
 
ARISE+ IPR Recorded Webinar EN 20 min Trade Marks ARISE+ IPR Expert Ernesto Rubio gave a presentation on the protection of trade marks in the European Union market, covering the four registration routes, specific requirements when designating the EU under the Madrid system and the examination process in the EU.
Introduction about Collective Management Organizations ARISE+ IPR Recorded Webinar

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48 min Geographical Indications Denis Sautier, Senir Agri-Food Economist from CIRAD, explains why we should engage a collective management organisation in the management of GI, describes their roles to federate the value chain, manage the standard of GIs and promote GI and its specific quality, and presents relevant case studies.
Quality Management, Promotion and Enforcement
 
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83 min Geographical Indications CIRAD's Deputy Director and IP and Food Law Researcher Delphine Marie-Vivien outlines the quality controls before commercialisation of GI products, traceability, the roles of collective management organisations in promoting GI, and rules on enforcement. Q&A with Marie-Vivien and Denis Sautier from CIRAD follows.
Sharing Experience from an EU GI Association ARISE+ IPR Recorded Webinar

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62 min Geographical Indications Valéry Elisseeff From Comté PDO Cheese introduces GIs as an added value that benefits the supply regulation scheme and presents national and territorial marketing strategies. I Nengah Suanda from GI Protection Society Bali Amed Salt describes their ultimate goals, business growth, and marketing plan.
Presentation about oriGIn - Its roles and activities to promote and support GI associations ARISE+ IPR Recorded Webinar

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65 min Geographical Indications Managing Director of oriGIn Massimo Vittori highlights key factors for the success of GIs, the role of GI associations, and oriGIn cooperation with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Q&A with Vittori and Valéry Elisseeff From Comté PDO Cheese follows.