South African Tourism conducts ‘Learn South Africa’ training programme

New Delhi, July 17:South African Tourism’s popular training programme ‘Learn South Africa’ is back with its unique class room style training.

The sixth module of the training kick started in Goa on July 13 and travels to 14 other cities until August 4.

‘Learn South Africa’ training programme was launched in 2010 with the objective to further intensify knowledge about South Africa as a destination, amongst the frontline staff of travel agencies.

With an aim to train 1,600 Indian trade partners, ‘Learn South Africa’ VI will cover Goa, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Delhi, Jalandhar, Lucknow, Kolkata, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai, Trichy, Bangalore, Cochin and Nagpur.

The South Africa Tourism has this year offered a lucky draw for the participants. One lucky travel agent from each city will get a chance to win an expense paid trip to South Africa.

“Based on our research, we noticed that behaviour of Indian traveller is changing, they look for more experience based and memorable holidays than time in educating the trade partners on how they can maximize from the offerings available,” said Hanneli Slabber, Country Manager , South African Tourism, while commenting on the upcoming module of ‘Learn South Africa’.

“We have received encouraging response for Learn South Africa each year shows that is a perfect platform to enhance trade partner’s knowledge on South Africa,” Slabber added.

The participating suppliers for this year are Abercrombie and Kent,

Tsogo Sun, Extraordinary, Private Safari, Emirates, TravCare, Accor Hotels, South African Airways and SST.

South African Tourism is the national tourism agency responsible for the marketing of South Africa as a preferred tourist destination. (ANI)

Source: siasat

Follow Alive2Green on Social Media
TwitterFacebookLinkedInGoogle +

Recently Published


The World Bank Will Stop Fossil Fuel Financing Beginning in 2019

In a move sure to be celebrated by opponents of ...

plastics SA

Be Environmentally Responsible

According to a Plastics SA Survey, mechanical recycling of plastics ...


Why the Clean Power Plan is good for business

Big problems require smart solutions. The Clean Power Plan, ...

Minister Pandor
(centre front),
Dr Phil Mjwara
(DST Director
General), Mr
Khaled El
Mekwad (UNIDO
and Head of
South Africa
Regional Office)
and Mr Barlow
Manilal (TIA
CEO) with the
2017 GCIP-SA

SA’s BEST and BRIGHTEST cleantech innovators ready to take on the world

Water saving taps, fly larvae that turn organic waste into animal ...


The lighter & brighter side of beautiful living

With passion for South Africa, her people and the “lighter and ...

Screen Shot 2017-12-12 at 11.31.11 AM

Waste-wise wisdom for the festive season

It’s that time of the year when many of us go a little crazy giving ...

Greenovate winners 2017 - Nicholas Tennick, Daniel Navarro and Mark McCormick

UCT triumphs in environmental innovation at South Africa’s third Greenovate Awards

Young environmental game-changes from the University of Cape Town ...


Meet Jan Palm, IWMSA President fighting the war on waste

When he isn’t fighting the war on waste or designing waste ...


Humans Are the “Dominant Cause” of Global Warming, According to the Latest U.S. Government Study

SOLID EVIDENCE In June of 2017, The New York Times received a ...