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Taiwan launches e-learning platform for travel advisors

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  •   01-26-2024  7:26 am
  •   Pax Global Media

Taiwan launches e-learning platform for travel advisors
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Canadian travel advisors are now able to brush up their knowledge of Taiwan as the destination launches a new e-learning platform. 

The Taiwan Tourism Administration (TTA) has launched its online Taiwan Tourism School, which is designed to acquaint Canadian travel professionals with the East Asian country. 

The first course offered, "Taiwan Tourism 101," is now available and serves as an essential primer for travel agencies keen to expand their horizons and deepen their understanding of Taiwan. Covering a wide array of topics, it ensures a comprehensive educational experience, including:

  • An Introduction to Taiwan: Orientate yourself to Taiwan's geography, culture and people.
  • Tourist Attractions and Activities: Taiwan's mainstream and hidden treasures.
  • Transportation: Discover the ease of travel across Taiwan.
  • Food: Dive into the world of fresh, delicious, and affordable Taiwanese cuisine.
  • Accommodation: Learn about Taiwan's diverse lodging options, ensuring every traveler finds their home away from home.
  • Festivals and Events: Experience the blend of tradition and modernity in Taiwanese celebrations.
  • Adventure and Outdoor Activities: Uncover epic natural landscapes that make Taiwan an adventure lover's paradise.
  • Business and MICE: Find out how Taiwan melds world-class venues with unique experiences, perfect for business and MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions).

Taiwan Tourism School is available for free. The tourism administration says incentives are available for the first 20 Canadian travel trade that complete the course and for the first 20 companies that subsequently sell more Taiwan packages to Canadians. (Click here for more).

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