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The travel and tourism industry is reliant on transportation service providers on a global basis. Across business and leisure travel sectors alike, getting people from point A to point B isn’t as straightforward as it seems. As part of a wider travel product or package, customers expect and demand the highest quality transportation for the lowest possible price. Catering to all budgets while maintaining consistently high transportation standards represents an ongoing challenge for tour operators. Strategic transportation management in tourism helps ensure the right method of transport is provided at the right time and for the right price.
Explore the dynamic word of tourist transport management with this exclusive tutorial. Ideal for existing and prospective travel and tourism workers alike, topics covered include transport principles, considering various types of land transportation, the benefits of drawbacks of sea and air travel, forecasting demand, marketing, consumer protection, transport provision and the environment, common tourist transport management challenges and more..
Changes in Transportation
No prior knowledge is required to take this unit.
|Course at QLS|
|Course Duration||10 Hours|
|Start Date||on going|