Tahiti Tourisme launches new specialist training programme

October 13, 2020 in Experience

Looking ahead to sunnier days when jetting off to The Islands of Tahiti is again possible, Tahiti Tourisme is launching a brand new online Tahiti Specialist Programme.

Going live on 14 October, the online programme will support agents by providing incentive-based opportunities to start booking travel to The Islands of Tahiti in coming months, in preparation for international travel resuming. The official launch will be followed by a series of Experiences-based Training session (Tahitian dancing, painting and much more) to introduce agents to the programme and to remind them of the wonders of The Islands of Tahiti. With the destination seeing an increase in online search / social engagement during lockdown, the roll out of the programme is a commitment to ensuring travel agents are ready for the anticipated influx of enquiry about Tahiti once border restrictions are eased.

Designed to excite and engage, the Tahiti Specialist Programme invites members of industry to participate in a rewards style programme that incentivises agents to not just sell the destination, but to immerse themselves in it. In addition to ongoing destination training and booking support, as agents progress through the various levels of the programme, they will be rewarded with opportunities that include luxury and small group famils,

Tahiti Tourisme Australia-New Zealand Account Director Caroline Brunel said of the new Tahiti Specialist Programme, “We are committed to ensuring that agents in Australia and New Zealand have access to all the tools they need to recommence selling our incredible destination. We know it has been an incredibly difficult time for many, but we also know how resilient agents are, and how imperative they are to The Islands of Tahiti. The Tahiti Specialist Programme has been designed to ensure agents are ready and able to take advantage of the high level of interest we are seeing in our destination, despite the inability to travel right now – and if travel agents end up getting to travel to our island paradise themselves as a result, what a bonus!”