AGENT ALERT: Tassie Specialist Training

July 19th, 2017 | | industry

Tourism Tasmania are looking for people who care about the kinds of holidays they plan for their clients, who have a thirst for knowledge and who feel that if you put in the hard yards you should get something for your efforts. In short, they’re looking for committed travel sellers who want to increase their understanding of all that Tasmania can offer.

They’re building a community of Tassie Specialists and invite you to join them.

By completing the Tassie Specialist online training program not only will you boost your knowledge, giving you a competitive edge in converting inquiries into bookings and increasing your yield, they’ll also reward you with:

  • A welcome pack, including a hard-copy certificate of completion
  • Exclusive access to their biennial Tassie Specialist Conference and famil program
  • Exclusive quarterly eDM’s including the latest destination and product updates
  • Access to sales and marketing tools
  • A personal invitation to the biennial Talkabout Tasmania Roadshows in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane (this years are almost fully booked)
  • Ongoing training opportunities that will keep you up to speed with all the latest product and industry updates
  • Access to marketing tools, including digital Tasmania presentations for you to use for clients, market insights, and access to Tourism Tasmania campaign creative so that you can hop on the bandwagon when we’re out there waving the flag.

They look forward to welcoming you to their Tassie Specialist community and encourage you to share your Tassie experiences by using #tassiespecialist

Find out more at

Further information

If you’ve completed your training and haven’t received your welcome pack or certificate, or have any questions about the program, contact

Note: The full program is only available to Australian and New Zealand-based travel sellers. International travel sellers are encouraged to complete the training and receive an electronic welcome pack, but unfortunately are ineligible to participate in our Tassie Specialist Conference and other local events.