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Training and Personal Development with Travel Counsellors

Training and Personal Development with Travel Counsellors

Regardless of the industry, for businesses to thrive and compete successfully in today’s ever-changing environment, it is imperative to invest in training and development. Many companies often overlook and fail to understand the importance of continuous training and development and this is exactly why they fail to maintain their success.

Travel Counsellors believes in the importance of continuous training for its staff and agents and provides them with opportunities to grow personally and professionally. The training is set out according to individual needs, as well as the rapid industry developments, so that Travel Counsellors are kept up-to-date and have adequate skills to perform well and work efficiently.

Travel Counsellors provides access to training and workshops that include training days in locations around Ireland, weekly webinars and conference calls, supplier webinars, and online modules, as well as TCTV – Travel Counsellors’ internal television show with a great variety of live shows including general updates, hotels and destinations, as well as ‘T.Sea.TV’ with all the latest cruise news and information.

Travel Counsellors on a training day in Cork last week

Travel Counsellors on a training day in Cork last week

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 50 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 40 years.

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