LES Arab Countries (LES-AC): Education Courses And World IP Day Workshop
“Training of Trainers” Course in Jordan
The Licensing Executives Society-Arab Countries (LES-AC), presided by HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, recently held the “Training of Trainers (TOT)” Course certified by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) in cooperation with the Arab International Society for Management Technology (AIMICT) on February 18, 2017, at Talal Abu-Ghazaleh International University, Amman, Jordan.
Over seven days, the course focused on several key themes, most importantly: providing participants with practical training using the best practices and most effective and efficient technologies in training needs assessment, design training, presentation, assessment and development.
The course witnessed the participation of a number of trainees representing different sectors and companies including Mr. Alaa Yassin, Executive Director of Human Resources of TAG-Org and a certified trainer by the Licensing Executives Society Arab Countries and in addition to others.
LES-AC will hold another course on May 13, 2017 in Amman-Jordan, for more information: +962-6-5100900 Ext: 1140, or via e-mail: email@example.com.
“Business Writing Skills” Course
Licensing Executives Society-Arab Countries (LES-AC) in cooperation with Abu-Ghazaleh Intellectual Property (AGIP) recently held a training course in “Business Writing Skills” on April 09, 2017 in Amman, Jordan.
The course aimed to enhance the participants’ competencies in drafting and writing business e-mails, reports and proposals, more efficiently and professionally. The trainer shed a light on a number of themes that would promote the level of participants’ writing capabilities and skills.
IAM 200 Fundamental Licensing Course Held In Robertson, South Africa
From 27 to 29 March 2017, LES South Africa presented the IAM 200 Fundamental Licensing Course at the picturesque Leipzig Country Lodge. The lodge is in the Nuy Valley Wine lands in Robertson, Western Cape and provides ideal surroundings for focusing keen minds on the licensing course content.
The conference was attended mostly by non-LES members with the group comprised of lawyers, government representatives and industry legal and IP advisors. The group was well balanced with a diverse composition of skills and active participation in the licensing game activities.
The conference delegates enjoyed the program and expressed an interest for further courses focusing on more detailed valuation of intellectual property, strategy development and advanced licensing.
Some attendees expressed an interest in joining LES SA as members.