Travel Leaders of Tomorrow Launches Corporate Training Program

Travel Leaders of Tomorrow, a travel advisor training program, recently introduced a new program for corporate travel advisors. The business travel advisor training completed its first class and is open to registration for the November 28 and February 6 study groups.

Since 2013, Travel Leaders of Tomorrow has trained new travel advisors, mostly focusing on leisure travel specialists. Over the years, there has been growing demand from travel agencies looking to bring on new employees to book corporate travel, leading to the development of business travel advisor training. The business travel advisor training follows Travel Leaders of Tomorrow’s Virtual Campus format; each cohort has a regular virtual study hall, guest lectures from industry experts, and a dedicated instructor experienced in corporate travel. By the end of the program, each participant is prepared to take a final exam that will test their knowledge and show their readiness to become a corporate travel advisor.

The business travel advisor training program takes a holistic view of developing travel advisors. Participants are identified by their agency owners as having the right aptitude and attitude, and over the seven-week course are given the tools to learn how to serve business travelers and their employers. Travel Leaders of Tomorrow works with each student to identify their goals, strengths and areas for development that will set them up for success.

Travel Leaders of Tomorrow’s programs are open to anyone who wants to become a travel advisor, or wants their employees and independent conractors trained. The leisure program is open to the U.S. and Canada, while the business program is currently for the U.S. only.

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