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Offbeat: Hollywood beckons…


People are being urged to unleash their inner film director for the 2009 Learning at Work Day competition.

The Campaign for Learning, which organises Learning at Work Day (14 May), is running the Skills Shorts competition to encourage a fun and entertaining perspective on the world of workplace learning and skills.

To be eligible for the competition, films will need to highlight learning and skills and need to use hands as the main characters. The most entertaining film uploaded by 31 May will win its director a Flip Video and a morning on a film set with Video Arts, the sponsors of the competition. Instructions on how to enter and full terms and conditions can be found on the Learning at Work Day website.

All eligible entries will be hosted on the Learning at Work Day YouTube Channel.

To get the ball rolling, the Campaign for Learning has uploaded its own efforts based on famous films – see Dracula discover the virtues of job shadowing in ‘Cutting your teeth on the job’, and find out what really motivates people to learn in ‘Learning at Work Day Brief Encounter’ at


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