Tanzania Launches Upgraded Tanzania Specialist Program

 

Giraffes in TanzaniaThe Tanzania Tourist Board has launched a new updated and upgraded Tanzania Specialist Program through Travel Agent University with easier learning tools that are user friendly.

"Following the success of the first specialist course, together with the increased demand for Tanzania in the U.S. market, we have been getting more and more travel agents asking for the Tanzania specialist course. We therefore decided to re-launch the program to include information on the new, diverse, and improved tourism products; increased air access and new luxury accommodations," said TTB’s Managing Director, Dr. Aloyce Nzuki, in announcing the launch.

"The course gives a complete overview on the world’s famous acclaimed natural wonders of the world, unsurpassed wildlife in 15 national parks and 31 game reserves, seven World Heritage Sites, cultural tourism circuits, friendliness of the Tanzanian people, miles of beautiful Indian Ocean coastline and the exotic spice Islands of Zanzibar," added Devota Mdachi, TTB Marketing Director.

The various advantages of becoming a Tanzania Specialist include a Tanzania Specialist diploma, two Continuing Education Units from The Travel Institute. Graduates also receive access to view Alumni Alerts and a bi-monthly newsletter featuring FAM trip offers, Tanzania tourism news, accommodation and air access updates as well as travel agent offers from tour operators along with full access to a database of tour operators who sell Tanzania Accredited travel agents can become Tanzania Specialists at no cost by visiting www.TAUniv.com.

 

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