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Did you know? IADC members can use "Member Logo"

Posted on 06 January 2009

The IADC Member Logo can be downloaded from the Members Only section of www.iadc.org after logging in. If you don’t know your company’s log-in details, contact the IADC Membership Department.

The Member Logo should not be used on training certificates or other documents that might imply IADC accreditation or endorsement. Accredited training providers can obtain guidelines for logo use from the IADC Accreditation & Certification Department. The regular IADC logo, which features stars along the bottom arc, should only be used for official IADC business, and not by members, in all but a few special cases, such as inclusion in PowerPoint presentations at IADC conferences.

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