Companies or indiviuals must successfully enroll in the Google Apps Education Certified Trainer Program (sign the Rules of Use and be in good standing) have the right to use the Google Certified Trainer badge. The following guidelines explain how this badge can (and cannot) be used by those who have achieved this level of excellence within the Google Apps Education Certified Trainer Program.
- You may use the badge solely on your business cards, letterhead stationery, resume, website, and marketing materials (but not in email) to indicate that you have earned the distinction as a Google Certified Trainer for Google Apps Education.
- You can resize the badge to fit on your marketing materials and/or website as long as you maintain the aspect ratio of the logo.
- If you are using the logo on a webpage, there must exist a minimum spacing that is no less than 1/2 the height of the badge between each side of the logo and other graphic or textual elements on your webpage. Also, the badge must appear by itself in a manner that does not in any way indicate to viewers of the webpage that Google endorses the products, services, or information provided on that webpage.
You can't (and agree not to) do any of the following:
- Change the aspect ratio or colors of the badge in any way.
- Display the logo as the most prominent element on your webpage.
- Display the logo in any manner that implies a relationship or affiliation with Google or sponsorship or endorsement by Google. It can't be used in a way that can be reasonably interpreted to suggest editorial content has been authored by or represents the views or opinions of Google or Google personnel.
- Display the badge on your website without clearly indicating the number of individuals who have earned Qualification status and successfully passed the Google Certified Partner Exam.
- Display the badge on any product, book, emails or other materials (other than what was specified as acceptable in the guidelines above).
- Display the badge on any website that contains or displays adult content, promotes gambling, involves the sale of tobacco or alcohol to persons under 21 years of age, or otherwise violates applicable law or stated Google editorial policies.
- Display the badge in a manner that is in Google's sole opinion misleading, defamatory, infringing, libelous, disparaging, obscene, or otherwise objectionable to Google.
- Display the badge on a site that violates any law or regulation.
- Frame or mirror any Google page (including the page that appears in response to a click on the Google logo or Google search box).
- Remove, distort, or alter any element of the badge.
- Display the badge so it appears larger or more prominent than your name, product, or service name, trademark or service mark, logo, or trade or company name.
- Include the badge in your trade or business name, domain name, product or service name, logo, trade dress, design, slogan, or other trademarks.
- Translate the badge or otherwise localized into any other language. Any translated versions of the logo must be provided by Google.
- Display the badge as a design feature on any of your materials.
- Imitate the badge in any manner in your materials.
- You may not use the badge in any way other than as specified in these guidelines. Failure to comply with these instructions shall constitute a breach of the Google Certified Partners Rules of Use.
For use on printed materials
For use on web properties, have image linked to: http://www.google.com/
High Resolution badges: