In one of the biggest multimedia training giveaways ever, PC Week and IT training company Traineeze are inviting readers to enter a #100,000 competition to win copies of computer-based training software, EdStart.
EdStart is a pay-per-use Windows-based system that distributes, manages and tracks computer based training over a network or on a standalone PC.
Students can choose from a library of more than 150 courses, including vendor certificated professional courses such as Novell CNE and Microsoft MCPS.
To enter the competition, simply answer the three questions below and send your entries to the Freepost address by 7 March 1997. Alternatively, you can ring in your answers on the Freefone number below. Details of the competition can also be found on our Web site at www.pcweek.vnu.co.uk
1. What does the three letter acronym CBT stand for?
2. What does CNE stand for?
3. What does the NT in Windows NT stand for ?
The first 2,800 readers to answer the questions correctly will receive a #25 credit to access any of the 150 courses, as well as the EdStart software. All winners will be entered automatically into a grand prize draw to take place later this year.
First prize will be #15,000 worth of training credits, second prize will be #10,000 of credits and third and fourth will be #4,000 and #1,000 worth of credits respectively.
Answers and personal/company details should be sent to: Marketing department, Traineeze, Freepost RCC 2846, Horley, Surrey, RH6 OBR. Alternatively, call Freefone 0800 801119.
- Entry to the competition is open to any person or organisation at home and overseas, except employees and immediate relatives of VNU and Traineeze staff. The grand draw venue and date will be announced shortly and adjudicated by an independent body. Any damaged copies of media will be replaced.
Free technical support is provided for the software but not the courses.
Training credits cannot be exchanged for cash.
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