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Estos cursos gratuitos de turismo en lnea tienen todo lo que necesita saber sobre todas las formas de turismo. Cuando los turistas viajan a una regin extranjera con fines de negocios o placer, a menudo gastan dinero en tiendas y negocios locales, convirtiendo al turismo en una valiosa fuente de ingresos. Estos cursos cubren el valor del turismo a la economa mundial, as como cmo atraer y mantener el turismo en diferentes reas…Read More
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If you want to work in travel and tourism, this is a great, all-rounder place to kick off! You’ll learn about travel agents and tour operators, customer management and sustainable tourism practices.
How would you go about putting together a vacation package that included flights, accommodation, transfer, meals, activities and more? This course explains how tour wholesalers ‘package’ their products to make them appealing to travellers.
Once you know this is the industry for you, go ahead and enrol in a full diploma course that will unlock many more doors in destinations across the world.
The travel industry is generally growing year on year as consumers have more disposable income, start appreciating experiences over possessions and want to see new parts of the world and experience different cultures. There is always a demand for experienced workers, be they drivers, servers, guides, general managers or chefs. Bear in mind that hours can be long and you may live in remote areas far from friends and family.
This is a multi-faceted field. Every part of a guest experience has to be managed: planning, catering, accommodation, logistics, activities, safety, security and more. You need to enjoy working with people, have good empathy, excellent problem-solving abilities and a strong eye for detail. Important roles include:
Despite the growth of online booking systems, many people still use travel agents to put together complex itineraries, get better deals and have support if problems occur. This course explains the roles and duties of a typical travel agent.
‘Front of house’ or FOH is the first encounter a new guest has with a hotel so receptionists and front desk staff need to be well trained. English is a global language and a thorough understanding of English for FOH will definitely help you in your career.
A holiday starts when a traveller boards a plane. This very popular course explains the regulations, duties, safety procedures, industry jargon and pros and cons of working as cabin crew for an airline.