Learning Journeys is the theme for this year's Learning at Work Week (5th-11th October), and to celebrate, we are inviting our users to take an educational trip round the globe to compete to win £100 Amazon vouchers.
Starting on Monday 5th October, competition participants will receive a daily email featuring a world map which will plot the destination for the day. The email will also contain a themed training byte and a link to a related tutorial.
Hidden behind travel-themed images in the tutorials will be a series of 'clues' in the form of scrambled words that will make up a phrase that participants will need to uncover to be in with a chance of winning.
To get involved with the competition, your organisation must receive Headlines NewsFeed emails. These can be switched off after the competition if you don't want to receive Headlines thereafter.
Customers who already have Headlines switched on will be automatically enrolled in the competition, so please let us know if you would like to opt out.
The five 'clues' will be hidden within five courses chosen from our Infinity Library (see full list below), so users will have to complete the courses in order to find the clues, work out the phrase, and send to SkillGate to enter the competition.
Competition entries must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Sunday 11th October to be in with a chance of winning.
The winner will be selected at random on Monday 12th October, and the prize will be issued, via email, that week.
This competition can only be entered by customers using SkillGate Version 9.
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