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Global Training & Certification Institute G.T.C. Institute
Our company provides training and certification programs to thousands of professionals each year. Most of these are conducted online or within small seminar formats. We would like to now create a seal for our training organization as a whole.
It is very important that our seal is professionally created, looks corporate, but also looks conservative in nature. Some of our programs are progressive and modern on topics such as marketing but others are on very traditional topics. It is important that our seal looks appropriate to be associated with these programs in each case.
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Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Working professionals who would like to complete online training or certification programs to increase their knowledge and abilities in the workplace.
We would like a cirlce-based logo to act as the seal for our company the G.T.C. Institute. The G.T.C. Institute stands for the Global Training & Certification Institute and it would be great to fit both the words G.T.C. in the logo as well as the full name spelled out - Global Training & Certification Institute. Perhaps the G.T.C. could go in the middle with the spelling out of the words on the outside of the circle?
We are open to different color variations but we would prefer conservative corporate feeling colors, no neon colors and no clip art type images or symbols please.
The logo must be in a circle or circle with small spokes to look like a professional seal of an organization.
Here are examples of other professional seals just so you know what we compete against, please do not copy any of these: