Can Individuals Mention That the Course They Completed Qualified For the Attorney Trusted Certification?
Individuals who have completed a course that qualifies for the Attorney Trusted certification can mention it on their documents, such as resumes, CVs, or professional profiles. They can state that the course they completed met the standards required for the Attorney Trusted certification. However, they should not use the Attorney Trusted certification trademark on others documents without authorization from certifying body.
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- Published: 05/25/2023
- Updated: 05/25/2023
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