Our rich portfolio of courses on IP caters to different target audiences: inventors and creators, business managers and IP professionals, policy makers and government officials of IP institutions, diplomats, students and teachers of IP and the civil society. Courses combine traditional face-to-face and distance learning methodologies which explains how to stimulate innovation, creativity and development.
Our IP training Programs offer a wide range of short and long term options in several languages.
The 'Training Catalog' provides the available offers in all of the four WIPO Academy Programs and more. Candidates are encouraged to check the options of language, deadlines, training location, duration, and requirements. Please select the Program and the courses you wish to undertake from the Catalog.
Our registration process is called the Academy Central Registration and Payment System (ACRP).
Under 'My Registrations', you will be able to create your profile, to register for courses and to monitor the status of your registration.
If you have difficulties during registration process, please find out more on how to register online.
Our IP Distance Learning courses are offered through on a state-of-the art virtual learning environment. Each of our Distance Learning courses have individual contact for course administration purposes.
Accessible IP Courses is a new service provided by the WIPO Academy Distance Learning program to facilitate access to basic IP knowledge for persons who are blind, visually impaired, or otherwise print disabled. The service includes:
1. Accessible course content
2. Accessible web application for registration
3. A dedicated course administration for support
The WIPO Academy has developed a service to help teach creativity and inventiveness through intellectual property (IP) called IP4Youth&Teachers. The service kick-starts teachers and learners on their path to IP education by cultivating dialogue among educators, curricula setters, and IP offices by providing access to teaching and learning content. It is also a hub for sharing experiences, policy documents, business cases, and research on the benefits of early introduction to the role of IP in inventiveness and creativity.