VAX VacationAccess Offers Summer School

travel agentThe 2nd annual VAX VacationAccess Summer School Program has been announced offering agents the opportunity to increase their supplier knowledge by enrolling in live webinars and on-demand courses offered by suppliers.

VAX cited supplier participants that include: Real Resorts, Southwest Airlines Vacations, RIU Hotels & Resorts, Hyatt Hawaii Hotels, Sirenis Hotels, Aruba Tourism Board, Tropicana Las Vegas, REAL Resorts and Blue Sky Tours. 

In addition to learning about these suppliers and destinations, agents have the opportunity to participate in select courses and win prizes, VAX says.

One of these unique opportunities cited by VAX is the four-part on demand series by RIU Hotels & Resorts that agents can take at their leisure. Those agents who complete the quiz at the end of each session have an opportunity to win one of three all-inclusive stays for two at a RIU property.

VAX says its Virtual University courses are designed to educate travel agents at all experience levels to research, market and sell vacations more efficiently and profitably.

"VAX users have an opportunity to get prepared for the busy fall booking season by increasing their knowledge of quality suppliers," said Noel Fitzgerald, director of travel agency channel for VAX. "The VAX training team is dedicated to educating travel agents on how to use VAX to increase efficiency, attract and grow their customer base and ultimately earn more revenue," said Fitzgerald. 

In addition to the supplier courses, VAX reports it also offers a library of on-demand courses that educate agents on how to use VAX to maximize profits and increase productivity.

Visit www.vaxvacationaccess.com

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