Learn Local Brandmark Guidelines

The Learn Local Brandmark Guidelines document provides guidance on the look and voice of the Learn Local brand. It also includes instructions on using brandmarks, fonts, colour palettes, language and templates.

Learn Local brandmarks

All Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board funded training, programs and projects should carry the Learn Local brandmark. For details on brandmark placement, refer to the Learn Local Brandmark Guidelines. The brandmarks are available in a range of file formats:

  • CMYK is ideal for collateral printed in the office.
  • Pantone is ideal for professionally printed collateral.
  • RGB is ideal for collateral displayed on screens such as websites and PowerPoint.
  • AI is for use with Illustrator.
  • EPS is for use with Photoshop or InDesign.
  • JPEG is ideal for photographs and websites.
  • PNG is ideal for art-based images that contain text or few colours, and is necessary when using transparent images.

Brandmark downloads

Learn Local collateral

The Learn Local collateral templates are an easy starting point for you to develop communications that promote your ACFE Board funded programs and meet your ACFE Board funding requirements. For information on how to use the templates, refer to the Learn Local Brandmark Guidelines. The templates are available in 2 file formats:

  • Indd – an InDesign document
  • Idml – allows users of different versions of InDesign to open up the file.

Some templates are also available in Microsoft Word.

Collateral downloads

Certificate of Participation for pre-accredited training

The ACFE Board has developed a Certificate of Participation template formally recognising participation in pre-accredited training. This certificate template is for use by registered Learn Local providers and state-wide providers who are funded by the ACFE Board to deliver pre-accredited training.

In addition, it is only to be used to recognise a learner’s participation in an ACFE Board funded pre-accredited training program. The learner must have satisfactorily completed the pre-accredited training program to be eligible to receive the certificate.

The certificate has editable fields so you can customise a certificate for each learner.

Download the:

  • editable certificate template
  • guidelines for use, including an example of how the certificate should look once it has been completed.

Reviewed 21 April 2021

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