C – Non‑Disclosure Agreements

Non-Disclosure Agreements

A non-disclosure agreement is a contract between at least two parties that specifies confidential information that the parties want to share with one another while also restricting access by third parties. Unfortunately, People who pay little attention to what they sign also frequently sign non-disclosure agreements. This is a problem because not all NDAs are equal.  Some don’t protect oral disclosures, some are one-way and don’t even protect YOUR disclosures, some expire before you start disclosing, and some permit the other party to do whatever they want with your trade secrets after a few years. If you are a business or technology professional, you need to understand the basics of non-disclosure agreements.

Fortunately, we have developed a fantastic corporate training program for Non‑Disclosure Agreements. This program is comprised of short modules and micro-modules. This makes our program highly flexible. If you’re a training administrator, you can design a unique curriculum for each target audience by selecting modules and micro-modules from our library. You can push training out to your colleagues, or create a video-based FAQ accessible by your colleagues year-round.

The flexibility of our micro-module program is advantageous if you’re a trainee. You can either watch the entire program all at once, or you can chip away at it over time; whenever and wherever you want. Regardless of which approach you select, though, our program is fast, efficient, and compelling. Just what you and your team need to know, nothing more. Contact us today to get a demo copy of our content library, or to explore more about Executive IP’s approach to training on Non‑Disclosure Agreements.

Don’t forget to check out our NDA Scenarios!