Cruise Baltic Launches Agent Training Program at Cruise3sixty

cruise balticCruise Baltic, a network of 10 countries and 27 cruise destinations in the Baltic Sea region, has announced the launch of an eLearning course for travel agents. Here's what agents can expect. 

Cruise Baltic rolled out the new program this week at cruise3sixty, CLIA’s official U.S. cruise industry conference targeted mainly at travel agents. The course will provide travel agents worldwide with the necessary knowledge and tools to increase their sales of Baltic cruises, Cruise Baltic said in a release announcing the new program. At the same time they will be able to provide their clients with comprehensive product information, combining details of the Baltic destinations and attractions, together with recommended hotel and airline services.

The program will include sales materials and quick facts on attractions and shore excursions for each destination. Upon completing the course online, travel agents will receive a personalized diploma, certifying them as a Baltic Cruise expert. To celebrate the launch, Cruise Baltic is giving away an iPad mini to one of the first 50 travel agents to register and complete the course. The winner will be drawn on June 1.

By joining the platform, travel agents will have access to five modules of training, including:

- Cruise Baltic Countries
- Baltic Destinations
- Unique Selling Points
- Baltic Highlights
- Baltic Products (details on hotel and airline partners: Scandic and SAS)
 
Cruise Baltic is a network of cruise destinations in the Baltic Sea offering easy access to 10 countries on a string with an ‘ocean of adventures’. The network - founded in 2004 with 12 destinations - has now grown in 2015 to 27 destinations.

The new training platform is accessible at cruisebaltictraining.com

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