To encourage a greater understanding of its Porotherm clay block system, Wienerberger is offering the opportunity for customers to win up to £250 by signing up to its free half day training course.
Entrants who sign up via the Porotherm discovery hub will receive a digital scratch card, with the chance of winning a range of Amazon vouchers worth up to £250.
By using the Porotherm discovery hub, construction professionals have access to a range of free-to-use resources; including technical documents, training documents and a series of ‘how to’ videos which can be streamed directly from the hub.
Wienerberger has also included a FAQ section and testimonials from builders who are already using the Porotherm system.
Richard Brown, Category Marketing Manager at Wienerberger, commented: “We are delighted to be launching the digital scratch cards as they add a little fun to signing up to the training. The hub is a great resource and helps individuals from all aspects of the industry. Good luck to everyone who gets a scratch card!”
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