Advantage Learn has had a great year! We’ve had the awesome opportunity to celebrate the Bokke win the Rugby World Cup with our fellow South Africans and we’ve spent our year working on creating even more value for our learners. This year we became a Raizcorp Partner company and joined Raizcorp’s Partner Elite programme and we’ve been broadening our reach with exciting NBT workshops planned for new cities in 2020.
Advantage Learn doesn’t normally do Black Friday sales… but this year you are in for a treat! We want to celebrate these wins with you. With this in mind, we’ve created an exciting Black Friday deal for you!
Imagine getting your whole year of maths lessons for just R1 495 – sounds crazy right? Well, this is exactly what we’re offering you. Get access to Maths Online for 12-months, normally R2 990, at 50% off, that’s a saving of R1 495!
Maths Online includes:
We’ve seen our current subscribers grow exponentially in their Maths competence and we’re excited for you to come along this journey with us.
Register your interest. Only those who register will be able to claim the deal, however, there is no guarantee that you will get it as there will be a limited number available on Black Friday.
You’ll be emailed instructions on how to claim the deal. Pay close attention to your inbox because the limited number of deals will be sold on a first-come-first-serve basis.
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This article was originally published on 18 Nov 2019
Online learning manager at Advantagelearn.com. I help manage our systems to provide the best online learning experience for our Students. Besides that I am a passionate Mathematician and enjoy solving students questions on our site.
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