The DL101PCT course provides an introduction and general overview of the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), an international system that facilitates the acquisition of patents on a global scale.
The course was developed by WIPO specialists on the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), using the pedagogical and distance learning methodology of the WIPO Academy. Self-assessment tools are strategically placed throughout the course to measure your understanding and progress. In addition to the course material, links to specific reference documents are provided, such as legal texts and other official WIPO documents.
The content and methodology of all “General Primer” courses are structured to complement self-directed learning. As such, participants are able to review course material at their own pace.
The DL101PCT course is comprised of fourteen modules:
- Module 1: What is the PCT?
- Module 2: Why Use the PCT?
- Module 3: Preparing the PCT Application
- Module 4: Filing the PCT Application
- Module 5: PCT Electronic Services
- Module 6: Patent Agents and Common Representatives
- Module 7: International Search Report and Written Opinion of the ISA
- Module 8: International Publication
- Module 9: International Preliminary Examination
- Module 10: Entry into the National Phase
- Module 11: Special International Phase Procedures
- Module 12: Procedures for Inventions in the Field of Biotechnology
- Module 13: Access by Third Parties to the File of a PCT Application
- Module 14: PCT Outlook
Final Exam and Certificate
This course is entirely self-study. An electronic certificate may be generated upon successful completion of the course quizzes.
This course is open to any individual wishing to obtain a general understanding of the PCT system.
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