Yes. You can put the logo on things like business cards and say that you are a (your membership level) member of the AHHCA.
Logo Use Guide
Full Members can use the AHHCA logo on professional letterheads for correspondence, business cards or advertisements for their practice along with the words “Full Member of the AHHCA”.
Certificate Members can use the AHHCA logo on promotional materials for their practice along with the words “Certificate Member of the AHHCA”.
Approved Trainers can insert the words ‘AHHCA Approved Trainer’ or ‘AHHCA Approved Trainer of (modality)’, along with the AHHCA logo, to certificates of attendance and promotional materials.
Education Providers can insert the words ‘Provider of AHHCA Accredited Courses’,along with the AHHCA logo, to certificates of attendance and other promotional materials. They must clearly indicate in their materials which courses are accredited by the AHHCA and specify any they are offering that are not.
Affiliated Organisations can insert the words ‘AHHCA Affiliated Organisation’ and the logo on promotional material for the organisation, but may not imply that individuals associated with the organisation are part of the association unless those individuals are members in their own right.
Associate Members, Student Members, Non-Practicing Members and members “on Hold” may not use the AHCHA logo for promotional materials.
Use of the AHHCA logo inappropriately can lead to disciplinary action for members and legal action for non members.