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Hone your skills in 2020

13 AUGUST 2020

Keeping busy when you're at home more is a skill unto itself. One way to fill your time while you have more time indoors is to enrich yourself with a new skill or hobby. Luckily we live in an age where every possible thing that can be learned is only a few keystrokes away!

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The GoPlaces Team here at Toyota are big on learning new things, so we’re listing off some websites that might help further your knowledge.

Udemy

You may find Udemy helpful if you want to learn on your own schedule. Courses are individually priced, starting from free.

Why’s it worth checking out?
Niche topics are covered and the quality and production value is sometimes a step up from other learning platforms due to being individually sold.
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LinkedIn Learning

Want to spruce up your CV? LinkedIn Learning may be a great option. Covering all topics related to bettering yourself, your job and your leadership abilities.

Why’s it worth checking out?
It’s becoming something of an industry standard for professional upskilling at a very affordable cost compared to in-person learning.
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Skillshare

If you want to put your left brain to work and pick up a creative skillset, then Skillshare might suit you. From Photoshop to cooking, this is like the Netflix of learning.

Why’s it worth checking out?
There’s something for everyone and subscribers get access to it all!
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While you’re having a browse of Skillshare’s thousands of online classes, head over to myToyota for your chance to win a Skillshare subscription]R1]

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[R1]Promoter: Toyota Motor Corporation Australia Limited ABN 64 009 686 097, 155 Bertie St, Port Melbourne, Victoria 3207. Entry is open to Toyota guests with a valid Toyota vehicle registered in Australia in their current ’myToyota Garage’ within myToyota who answers in 50 words or less what skill you've always wanted to learn and why? Promotion Closing Date: 31 August 2020 11:59pm AEST. Judging details: 11:00am AEST 2 September 2020 in Melbourne, VIC. Winners will be contacted via phone and or email on 2 September 2020. A complete list of winners will be published on www.toyota.com.au/news on 7 September 2020. To be eligible to enter, entrants must be 18 years or over at the commencement of the promotion and be Australian residents. Directors, management, employees, contractors or immediate family members of the Promoter or Toyota, or any of their related entities or agents involved in this Promotion are not eligible to enter. For entry and T&Cs, click here and scroll to View Terms and Conditions. Alternatively, login at my.toyota.com.au and in the Rewards section click the on the Skillshare competition. Product & company names are trademarks of their respective owners.

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