Travel Impressions Hosts Online Training Program

keyboardTravel Impressions reports that its Dimension Series webinar program now has 47 travel suppliers and destination training options.

The Dimension Series was designed to enhance agents product knowledge as well as help with promotion and sale of specific suppliers and destinations featuring video, narration, and interactive quizzes, Travel Impressions says.  

The webinars highlight suppliers and destinations in the Travel Impressions portfolio including Alaska, Australia, Canada, the Caribbean, China, Israel, Mexico and Panama.

Key features of the Dimension Series include:

Each presentation provides a comprehensive overview of the hotel or destination, enabling travel agents to effectively "experience" the product, increasing their confidence in recommending to clients.

The presentations can be easily viewed at one’s own pace, either in the office, at home or on-the-go via a wide assortment of mobile devices.

Special offers from suppliers are downloadable and available to travel agents and their interested clients.

"With the Dimension Series, Travel Impressions continues its commitment to making online education easily accessible to the travel agents we serve," said Susan Black, executive vice president, chief marketing officer of Travel Impressions.  

The webinars are accessible online via www.travimp.com/dimensionseries and are viewable on a variety of mobile devices including Smartphones, iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry.  The Dimension Series is also accessible by scanning the TI Tags found on a brochure or flyer with a smartphone.

Visit www.travimp.com/dimensionseries

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