FRHI Hotels & Resorts Adds to Rewards Program With Famous Agents Academy

travel agentFRHI Hotels & Resorts is expanding its Famous Agents travel agent rewards program with a new educational component: Famous Agents Academy.

FRHI, the operator of Raffles Hotels & Resorts, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts and Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts, is offering agents the opportunity to take online courses and earn bonus Famous Agents points, which can later be redeemed for free room nights and other attractive rewards. The Famous Agents Academy has been developed in conjunction with and is accredited by Travel Agent University, moderator of online courses for agents and the largest professional travel community in the industry. Upon successfully passing each module, members will receive both course credit with Travel Agent University as well as bonus Famous Agents points. The number of credits and points earned will vary from course to course. 

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To enroll and begin, agents can sign in at and follow the Famous Agents Academy link on the homepage. As an additional incentive, members can earn 15 bonus points* for completing the first module. Agents can choose from a variety of courses and material can be covered at their own pace. Courses will be updated on an ongoing basis to ensure material is current and engaging, so member agents are encouraged to "check-in" to refresh their FRHI knowledge. 

*Agents must achieve a pass rate of 80% to earn bonus points.

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