09:00 – 09:15 Welcome and Introduction
09:15 – 10.45 Role of the KTO within the Organisation
10:45 – 11:15 Coffee break
11:15 – 12:45 Organisational Models for a KTO
12:45 – 13:45 Lunch
13:45 – 14:45 KTO Activities Reporting
14:45 – 15:30 Case study introduction – The consultant Cometh
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee break
16:00 – 17:00 Case study Feedback
Leiden is conveniently located, within 20 minutes from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. It is close to the cities of Amsterdam and The Hague. The city of Leiden is one large open-air museum. The canals, the historical buildings, the alleyways, the treasuries of knowledge, culture and science: Leiden is definitely worth seeing.
Leiden is truly a city of knowledge with international allure. Leiden has the oldest university and the biggest life science cluster of the Netherlands, and is among the leaders in prestigious European academic knowledge centres. Therefore, Leiden is the perfect location for exchanging knowledge about technology transfer.
Training course location
Haagse Schouwweg 10
2332 KG LEIDEN
T: +31 (0)71 53 55 555
Single use: €100 Double use: €125
Breakfast, internet (1mb), VAT, fitness, swimming pool, sauna and parking: included
Local city tax €2.50 per person per night: excluded.
More information soon to be announced.
Other hotels soon to be announced.
Rates Training Course
Member early bird until 31 July 2018: €1290
Non-member early bird until 31 July 2018: €1940
If you are not a member join here for €250 a year and benefit immediately from the membership discounts and other specials
CE Points: 18
By taking into account the specificities of their research organisation, participants will be able to refine and improve the organisational model of their KTO
To design effective reporting, addressing key stakeholder interests
Manage the research results the KTO, using an IP approach to maximise the benefits for society
Acquire concrete advice and tools to improve their operational processes spcifically patent prosecution and portfolio management, contract life cycle and PoC scheme.
Learn how to effectively build a successful network of partners.
Role and tasks of the KTO
The different roles and profiles in a KTO
Activities and financial reporting
Managing research results using an IP approach
Managing a patent portfolio
Managing research contracts
Managing licensing agreements
Managing Proof of Concept scheme
Managing strategic partnerships
Funding KT activities
Why join this course?
This three-day course provides a broad overview of technology transfer, the inner processes of a KTO, and ecosystem development activities. Experienced KTO managers, will guide you through issues such as reporting, human resources, intellectual property, contract management and compliance.
The interactive workshops include case studies and practical examples of KTO operations. The course has been scheduled to give you not only a valuable learning experience but to allow you to optimise networking opportunities with your peers from across Europe.
Who should attend?
Operations within knowledge transfer offices can be diverse in terms of human resources, stakeholder engagement, and the business acumen needed to conduct daily business.
Are you an experienced KT Officer, KTO manager, IP portfolio manager or responsible for the administrative processes of a KTO with at least two years’ experience?
Do you wish to become Head of a KTO or responsible for the operation of a KTO? This course is designed for technology transfer professionals in charge the operations or administration of a knowledge transfer office.
Given our organisation’s size, this course undeniably helped to streamline our TTO process towards efficiency.