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Invite a Friend to Win


Invite a Friend to Win

The Cisco Learning Network recently reached 800,000 registered members. Now let's go for 900,000 and have some fun getting there. Each time you invite or tweet a post inviting a friend to join our vibrant Community, you will be entered to win one of the prizes listed below!

 

 

Participating is Easy

Invite friends to join sample

Choose one or all of the options below:

Use the "Invite friends to join" action to send an email invite.

Get Creative! Create a short Vine, YouTube, Instagram Video or anything you like telling your friends why they should join the Cisco Learning Network. Then just share your creation using Twitter and the hashtag #TheCiscoLearningNetwork

 

 

 

What can you win?

All participants will:

Have a badge added to their profile when using the "Invite friends to join" option.

Be entered into a random monthly drawing for a one-month Cisco Learning Network Premium subscription.

Be entered into the grand prize drawing of an ICND1 or ICND2 E-Learning Subscription (Cisco E-Learning for ICND1 v2.0 180-day subscription or Cisco E-Learning for ICND2 v2.0 180-day subscription), OR a certification exam voucher AND a one year subscription to Cisco Learning Network Premium! (Exam vouchers are valid for one year [12 months], lab exam vouchers are not eligible.)

 

 

Don't wait. Do it now!

Entries are valid for the calendar month in which they occur, and then again once for the Grand Prize when the 900,000 members goal is reached. Official contest rules can be reviewed here.

 

 

 


 

 

About the Cisco Learning Network

Cisco Certification and IT Training Resources

The Cisco Learning Network is a social learning community focused on IT networking technologies. The mission of the Cisco Learning Network is to provide learning tools, IT training resources and industry guidance to anyone interested in building an IT career through Cisco certifications. The free certification preparation materials offered on the Cisco Learning Network are a great supplement to a complete self-study program.

 

  • IT Training Videos and Live Seminars
  • Cisco Certification Study Groups
  • Cisco Certification Exam Topic Details

 

Start your IT Learning by registering for free now

Cisco Learning Network tour

TAKE A TOURA brief tour of the features the Cisco Learning Network offers.

Cisco Certification and IT Training Resources

 

 

"Great resource to improve our knowledge, gain confidence, learn from others and get encouraged
to continue with our goals. It's such a great community." – Engels Thomas M.

 

 


 

 

 

For Only $10 Per Month

A Cisco Learning Network Premium subscription will enhance your free membership by opening up a private, members-only area, giving you access to a searchable library of more than 400 additional, high-quality self-study resources.

 

  • More than 400 video lessons delivered
    by Cisco experts
  • Award-winning CCNA Training Videos
  • Hands-on virtual lab exercises
  • New video content added weekly

 

Start your Premium Subscription now

Cisco Learning Network Premium tour

TAKE A VIDEO TOUREnjoy a brief video tour of the benefits and resources available with a Cisco Learning Network Premium subscription.

 

 

"I signed up for 2 months initially, to get me through my CCNA Routing & Switching exam, but I'm now going to continue to CCNA Security and ultimately CCNP Route, Switch and TShoot. Very affordable at only $10 per month for so much information and the support of the whole community plus the Cisco personnel who are available for advice." – Paul Willmott

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