October 01, 2009, 11:54 AM — Network World welcomes Global Knowledge Training as a contributor to Cisco Subnet. Global Knowledge is offering a free Cisco training course worth up to $3,495 to be given to one lucky Cisco Subnet reader. What's more, the winning reader can choose any five-day (or shorter) Cisco course in the United States from the Global Knowledge catalog. Training is offered in hundreds of U.S. cities.
Global Knowledge offers one of the largest networks of Cisco certified training partners in the world. Every course follows the Cisco Official Curriculum and is taught by a Cisco Certified Trainer. This competition closes October 31, so don't delay, answer the easy trivia question below and enter for a chance to win a free Cisco training course.
QUESTION TO ENTER TO WIN A FREE TRAINING COURSE FROM GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE: According to Global Knowledge trainer Dennis Hartmann, what does the acronym SRST stand for? (Hint, answer is also posted somewhere on the Cisco Subnet home page.)
How to enter to win: Answer the above trivia question correctly, e-mail your answer to Julie Bort at email@example.com and your entry will be entered into a drawing to win a free Global Knowledge Training training course of your choosing, of a duration of five days or less. In the e-mail, please include the answer to the question above, your name, your job title, your U.S. address and your daytime telephone number. Please write: "Global Knowledge Cisco August competition" in the subject of your e-mail. Full competition rules below.
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1. No purchase necessary. All entrants must be 18 years of age. This offer is void where prohibited or restricted by law, and subject to all federal, state and local laws and regulations.
2. Network World, Inc., will begin accepting e-mail entries on the date that Cisco Subnet makes the trivia question available. One entry per individual.