The Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) is offering free online weekly tutorials to help the industry get back on track after the coronavirus shutdown eases.
To date, more than 1200 people have registered to be part of the 12-week Road to Recovery series.
“ATEC is rolling out the ‘Road to Recovery’ tourism tutorial series as a way of supporting our industry members and helping them use this time to work on their business,” ATEC managing director Peter Shelley said.
“This is undoubtedly an unprecedented challenge for our industry and many people have lost their jobs or their entire business, but the tourism industry is full of passionate and committed people who will be there at the other end of this pandemic, looking to re-engage and find new opportunities.
“We are offering our Road to Recovery tutorials free to the tourism industry in order to help individuals use this time as an investment in their future, learning and building on their strengths and finding new paths.”
The Road to Recovery Tutorials are just 45 mins and are hosted every Thursday at 2pm (AEST).
The upcoming tutorials:
Week 1: Resilience- self-care, team care and how to work from home healthily
Week 2: Build your Road to Recovery checklist
Week 3: The virtual world – There’s never been a better time
Week 4: How to adapt and Innovate in this new world
Week 5: Leading remote & virtual teams
Week 6: Facebook, Instagram and Linked-In stay connected and grow your customer base.
For a full program and to register click here.