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[January 04, 2013]

Live Patent Prosecution Paralegal Training Webinars from IPParalegals

Cedar Hill, TX, Jan 04, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- To meet the advanced technical training needs of intellectual property prosecution paralegals, assistants, secretaries and associates, IPParalegals' Patent Prosecution Fundamentals training course IPP-PPF102 registration has been extended through Monday January 7th.


COURSE OVERVIEW Commencing January 8th 2013, PPF102 is a 4-week / 16-hour course comprised of eight 2-hour classes plus a week 5 final test. Classes are held each Tuesday and Thursday evening between 7:30pm & 9:30pm U.S. CST.

IPParalegals Patent Prosecution Fundamentals PPF102 is an intermediate-level introduction to the science of patent prosecution. Upon successful completion, students will have a fundamental understanding of how to prosecute a patent application in the United States.

Detailed procedural analysis, advanced research techniques, plus finding, assessing and troubleshooting filing errors and implementing their solutions will be covered. Also included will be numerous new changes in patent prosecution procedures as a result of the America Invents Act implementation effective September 16, 2012.

As a prerequisite, completion of IPParalegals' Patent Prosecution Fundamentals course PPF101 - or possessing equivalent experience - is recommended.

IPP-PPF102 SCHEDULE CLASSES: 01/08/2013 through 01/31/2013.

Tuesday & Thursday evenings 7:30pm - 9:30pm U.S. CST FINALS on Thursday 02/05/2013 @ 7:30pm U.S. CST Registration closes 5:00pm U.S. CST, Monday 01/07/2013.

WHAT IS INCLUDED All sessions are held online with Viola Ange, our Intellectual Property Prosecution Specialist and expert instructor who has been teaching patent and trademark prosecution to nonlawyer IP professionals for over two decades.

In addition to live interactive instruction, all webinar sessions are video recorded and made available online for 24x7 student playback - up to the final test date. After-class shop talk and offline Q&As between sessions are not only included as part of the rogram, they are highly encouraged.

Tuition is $495.00 U.S. and includes registration, course materials, 16 hours of live webinar classroom instruction, web video playback of each session, a live 2-hour final test and Certificate of Completion upon graduation. Package discounts for bundled courses, as well as discounts for multiple students attending from the same organization, are also available.

For more information (including a downloadable copy of the course syllabus) or to register, please visit the Paralegal Training section of our website at http://ipparalegals.com/IPParalegals_Training.html. You may also reach us at 1.469.454.6096, or toll free (within the U.S.) at 1.888.477.7227, with any additional questions you may have.

____________________________________________________________________ IPParalegals' webinar training program is powered by Cisco WebEx. Located in the Dallas/Fort Worth Texas Metroplex, IPParalegals is the industry leader in providing comprehensive intellectual property prosecution paralegal services ... and has been since 1996.

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