How will KORE help you?

KORE provides expertise in critical areas that travel professionals need to prosper in this rapidly changing industry. This in-depth travel advisor education is self-paced and delivered in a blended-learning format built around three university-level online textbooks and related workbooks, plus extensive online videos focused on real-world, real-work experiences. You’ll complete exercises to test your knowledge and understanding of the material.

When you finish the course and pass the proctored proficiency exam, you’ll receive a graduation package that includes your certificate of completion and a commemorative gift honouring your accomplishment.

You’ll also have the opportunity to be placed with a TRAVELSAVERS-affiliated agency.

And you’ll receive all this value to begin your new travel agent career starting at only CAD $1149.




The Keys to Making Money Selling Travel

You’re studying to become a travel professional and also need to understand how to run a business. We provide a practical look at the business side of a travel agent career and how to make money in your new profession.


The Travel Industry Players

Suppliers, retail agencies, hosts, distributors, ICs and DMCs … what do they all do and how do you fit in? This module focuses on the role of the travel agency and travel consultant in the industry overall.


The Art of Selling Travel

You need a certain set of skills to differentiate yourself from the competition. This module will help you tap into your customers’ wants and needs and give you the tools to fulfill their travel dreams.


The Art of Specialized Selling

While you are well on your way to becoming a travel agent success, it’s imperative to understand the many types of sales/markets and niches. In this module, move beyond the basics and become an expert on lucrative niches to find your place in the industry.


Wheels Up

Air is a major piece of the travel puzzle, so it’s important to understand the product from both a consumer perspective (like different classes of service), as well as an operational angle (such as how airline costs are determined). This Insider Insight tackles a range of topics, including how to make money selling air.


Check In, Please!

Accommodations, lodging, hotels and resorts: hospitality is one of the largest segments in the travel industry. It’s also one of the most rapidly changing products in your business mix. In this chapter, we’ll review the hottest trends in accommodations, the major characteristics that affect pricing and, most importantly, the information needed when making a hotel reservation.


Beyond a Bus Trip

Escorted, independent, motor-coach or land-based tours are marketed quite differently than cruises and hotels. This real-world review explores the various types of tours and helps you identify the best tours for different clients. You’ll also learn how tours have evolved since their early days in the 1840s.


Sailing to Success

With celebrity godmothers, Champagne christenings, and over-the-top ship décor, cruising is the glam darling of the travel industry. But there’s much more to it than the bells and whistles. Pairing the right cruise with the right customer requires the right skills – and a lot of practice. This module will help you navigate the world of ocean and river cruising, including popular destinations and itineraries.


More than Wheels

Whether your client is a millennial travelling solo or a multi-gen family travelling through Europe, ground transportation is a staple in nearly every holiday. Yet it’s often overlooked by both the seller (that’s you) and the buyer (your client). This module will focus on product knowledge and insider tips about rental cars, chauffeur services and rail travel. You’ll understand how ground transportation can enhance your client’s journey and how to grow your bottom line with proven solutions from an industry expert.


Sales and Service, Be Professional

As you’ve been learning, travel is a business and whether you’re considering becoming an independent contractor or frontline advisor, it’s crucial to understand the basics of marketing and sales. This module explores the highlights of both roles as they relate to the retail travel operation.


Mastering Methods of Communication

Whether it’s fulfilling your client’s needs and dreams, discussing details and itineraries with multiple parties, or inspiring intrigue within your audience, your success depends on effective communication. You need to understand each form of communication and when each is required. Social media also plays a large role in communication and, once mastered, can produce opportunity and benefit.


How Technology Enhances Your Role

One of the skills needed for travel agent success is understanding the technology available to you. Knowing what to use and when and why to use them will open opportunities for supplier/product comparisons and alternatives. Customer database platforms also keep you in the know with your clients and contribute greatly to a proactive selling approach.


Industry Compliance and Fraud Protection

Being a professional carries accountability to know and understand industry-specific rules, regulations and duty of care responsibility to your supplier partners and clients. Learn how to protect yourself against potential litigation and how to guard your client’s financial security and personal privacy.


Your Search For Employment, and Being a Successful Candidate

It’s time to take your interest and passion and find your place in this vast industry. Understand how to create a realistic self-assessment, prepare a professional portfolio and clarify your goals in determining your best travel agent career path.


What a Day in the Life of a Travel Advisor is REALLY Like

In this lively and candid discussion, you’ll learn from an industry veteran and agency owner what’s ahead for you in this business. You’ll get tips on what owners and managers are looking for in an independent contractor and frontline advisor.

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