Hobart eLearning company wins international awards for SE Asia and Africa IP training program

Hobart company Sprout Labs has won two prestigious Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning award for a training program developed with Australian Government agency IP Australia for the ASEAN region and Africa.

IP Australia is the Australian Government agency that administers intellectual property (IP) rights and legislation relating to patents, trademarks, designs and plant breeder's rights. They routinely train people from ASEAN and African countries in advanced patent examiners skills.  This involved understanding cutting edge science and complex legal requirements.  

The Regional Patent Examination Training program is an online system comprising virtual classrooms and interactive material and includes some face-to-face time in Australia. From their office computer, trainers based in Canberra engage directly with students – wherever they might be – to teach and guide them through the training program.

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