LONDON, 2020-Dec-02 — /Travel PR News/ — Tahiti Tourisme announces the launch of the new Tahiti Specialist Programme, designed to aid the training and development of agents across a growing product base. The programme delivers a complete suite of online training and engagement tools ensuring learners gain and retain knowledge in an enjoyable, engaging and more effective way.
Featuring 10 interactive lessons , the programme will take you on a journey around The Islands of Tahiti and leave you with a thorough understanding of the destination. Content for the modules includes a brief overview of the islands, experiences, cultural elements, and practical information such as how to get there and local currency. Each of the archipelago’s will be introduced to give further knowledge of islands outside the well-known Society Islands, and highlight the diversity of experiences on offer.
Designed to excite and engage, the Tahiti Specialist Programme invites members of industry to participate in a rewards style programme that incentivises agents to not just sell the destination, but to immerse themselves in it. Currently, the programme has a four-tier level system which finishes with the chance to become a Certified Tahiti Specialist.
A competition run by Tahiti Tourisme offers agents the chance to win a place on a fam trip to The Islands of Tahiti, taking place in 2021. Agents need to sign up to the training platform to be entered into a draw.
Travel advisors who are interested in becoming a Certified Tahiti Specialist are invited to explore the Tahiti Specialist Programme by visiting https://tahitispecialist.org/en-gb and registering to join.
ABOUT THE ISLANDS OF TAHITI
|Located in the South Pacific, The Islands of Tahiti consist of 118 islands and atolls, made up of the well-known Society Islands including Tahiti and Bora Bora, Tuamotu Islands, Gambier Islands, Austral Islands and Marquesas Islands.
Known for being an artist’s residence to the likes of Gauguin and Matisse, The Islands of Tahiti are the birthplace of Polynesian culture. The locals are warm and welcoming, whilst exuding a humble spirit and proudly sharing their traditions and heritage with visitors. The current Embraced by Mana campaign highlights the diversity of the destination, bringing to life the duality of seclusion and adventure and connecting all islands.
Access from the UK is usually via Paris or Los Angeles with connections from Air Tahiti Nui.
For more information on The Islands of Tahiti, visit www.tahititourisme.uk
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