This course is designed to train individuals on what is necessary to operate as a travel agent from working at home, or as an outside Sales Representative.


Travel Industry Council of Ontario role in the Travel Industry

1. Compensation fund
2. Travel and the Law
3. Before & After the client travels
4. Invoicing the client Agents obligation

Emphasis is placed on the making of reservations, handling bookings, price calculations, the use of timetables, travel guides, brochures and industry handbooks

1. Tour Operators, Cruises, Hotels, Car Rentals, Rail, Air Only, Insurance, Charters, E-ticketing

A broadly-based practical training which includes the following topics

1. Introduction, greeting the client & telephone manners
2. Qualifying the client & selection of product
3. Selling up / cross selling
4. Closing the sale

The International Institute of Travel is a member of:

  IATA - International Air Transport Association AH&LA - American Hotel & Lodging Association
  CITC - Canadian Institute of Travel Counsellors CTO - Caribbean Tourist Organization

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