Course Organisation Type Language Duration Theme Programme highlights
0Trade Mark Classification: recent trends, good practice carIPI Recorded Webinar EN,ES (subtitles) 39 min Trade Marks
Trade Marks and Geographical Indications: Future Perspectives EUIPO Recorded seminar EN 255 min Geographical Indications
  • In this course, a variety of subjects and experts offer insights into future perspectives of the interlinked relationship between trade marks and geographical indications.
IP Expresso: Protection of Geographical Indications (Intermediate level) EUIPO Recorded Webinar EN 1 hour Geographical Indications
  • Different aspects related to the Gis, such as: possibilities to protect them by other legal means, the concept of property and the ownership, their contribution to the social cohesion and economic development.
Promoting geographical indications  IPC-EUI E-learning module EN unspecified Geographical Indications
  • GI e-learning course with several modules and other information
Adding Value to the Origin of Products Through Geographical Indications (GIs) ITC: SME Trade Academy Online course with opening dates EN 4 hours over 2 weeks Geographical Indications
  • Geographical Indications (GIs) for local products with unique characteristics
Geographical Indications USPTO Self-paced EN 1 hour Geographical Indications
  • GIs overview
Linking people for quality products: Sustainable interprofessional bodies for geographical indications  FAO Training  material EN unspecified Geographical Indications
  • The training material in the present volume, Linking people for quality products: sustainable interprofessional bodies for geographical indications and origin-linked products, focuses on the management and promotion of the specific qualities of geographical indications (GIs) by local stakeholders gathered together in a collective management organization – the interprofession, or joint body – that are central to the commercial success, and ultimately to the sustainable impact, of any initiative to promote the link between a product and its origin.    
  • The content and theory pages of this training manual set out the basic concepts, while the exercise sheets provide for participative activities. The trainer notes, together with the introduction, guide trainers in the preparation of tailored training in relation to the five steps of the virtuous circle.
Quality and Origin Program FAO self-directed EN unspecified Geographical Indications
  • Training on origin-linked products - Tools for a participatory approach
Geographical Indications (GI): concept, relevance and protection Coursera Self-paced EN

17 full course

1 hour Module on Gis

Geographical Indications
  • Module 1: Introduction 
  • Module 2: Quality and Consumers
  • Module 3:Market Research
  • Module 4: Asymetric Information about Quality
  • Module 5: Food Labeling
  • Module 6: Pricing Strategies and Implications
  • Module 7: Consumer Behaviour and Brand Personality
  • Module 8: Geographical Indications: “Geographical Indication” and the key facts about the protection of GIs in the EU. You will also be able to explain the importance of the GI sector within the EU market.
  • Module 9: Innovation and Quality 
Advanced Course on Trademarks, Industrial Designs and Geographical Indications (DL-302) WIPO   AR, FR, EN, ES, PT, RU, ZH 120 hours of study time over a period of 12 weeks Geographical Indications 7 substantive modules and a written final exam:
  • Module 1: The Role of Trademarks, Industrial Designs and Geographical Indications in the Market
  • Module 2: Trademarks
  • Module 3: Geographical Indications
  • Module 4: Industrial Designs
  • Module 5: Protection Against Unfair Competition
  • Module 6: Making Brand and Managing Intellectual Property
  • Module 7: IP and Development - Flexibilities and Public Domain under Trademarks
  • Final Exam
Essentials of Trademarks, Industrial Designs and Geographical Indications (Digital Learning -160) WIPO self-directed study EN 10 to 12 hours Geographical Indications
  • Trademarks, industrial designs and geographical indications in the market;
  • Trademarks and making brands;
  • Geographical indications;
  • Industrial designs;
  • Protection against unfair competition;
  • Managing brands;
  • IP and development – flexibilities and public domain under trademarks;
  • Final set of questions;
  • PowerPoint summary.
Trademarks, Industrial Designs and Geographical Indications (DL302E) WIPO E-learning with opening dates EN 120 hours Geographical Indications 7 substantive modules and a written final exam:
  • Module 1: The Role of Trademarks, Industrial Designs and Geographical Indications in the Market
  • Module 2: Trademarks
  • Module 3: Geographical Indications
  • Module 4: Industrial Designs
  • Module 5: Protection Against Unfair Competition
  • Module 6: Making Brand and Managing Intellectual Property
  • Module 7: IP and Development - Flexibilities and Public Domain under Trademarks
  • Final Exam