Course Information

Learn to use a computerised reservations system – Galileo or Sabre or Amadeus

$655.00

The main tool of the Travel Industry is the Reservations System (CRS for short). These computerised booking systems are more correctly known as Global Distribution Systems or GDS. Using a GDS effectively is the key skill of Travel Industry employees in areas where reservations for travel product are made. In Australia and New Zealand, Sabre, Galileo & Amadeus reservation systems are used on a daily basis by airline, travel agency and tour company employees and it is demonstrating competence in these skills that will help you land your first job in travel! if you work consistently though the course, this interactive course will give you these essential skills and a recognised certificate within the next 3 months – it’s a comprehensive introduction to the industry’s reservations skills and knowledge!


Delivery Online with Interactive "hands-on" practice - just like working in the real world of travel!
Duration 40 Online Hours + approximately 25 hours on exercises supplied in the Workbook and completed online in the GDS and the Workbook.
Unit of Competency Use a computerised reservations system
Competency Code SITTTSL308

Course Name: SABRE , GALILEO or AMADEUS – Learn to “Use a computerised reservations system”!

These reservations systems are also called Global Distribution Systems or GDS. They are used in airlines, tour wholesalers and other areas where staff make booking for clients’ airline seats, hotel rooms and car rental vehicles.

No need to learn all the systems. Just learn one well and if necessary down the track, it’s easy to convert to another.

Course Fees: $655 including Workbook, one to one student support if/when required, final assessments and certification.

Duration: 40 Hours online (24/25 lessons of approximately 1 hour each – so the 40 allocated hours cover 24 lessons, workbook completion, revision and assessments), workbook completion time (approximately 24 hours) and final assessment completion (approximately 3 hours total).  Each lesson takes on average one hour to complete.  If you run out of hours it’s easy to purchase more (just click on Support Products on our Home Page).

On average this course take students around 3 months to complete. This, of course, depends on your work commitments and some students will complete the course in a shorter time.  You have access to the course for 6 months as taking longer than this may reduce the effectiveness of your skills retention between lessons, we can, however, always extend this time limit if your circumstances change.

Unit of Competency: Use a computer reservations system.

Competency Code: SITTTSL308

What you will learn:

Travel Agents’ Computer Reservations System are usually known as GDS (Global Distribution System) They are used for booking a range of travel products and services not just airline seats.  On this interactive course which turns your PC or MAC into a simulated GDS, you will learn how to check for product availability (airline seats, hotel rooms and car rental vehicles),. You will learn to make and change client bookings, quote airfares, issue e-tickets plus many more travel industry processes – you will actually be doing what Travel Industry Employees do each day while learning a great deal about the airline and agency sectors, including much of the language of travel. You can select from the following system Amadeus, Galileo or Sabre.

To register:
Simply click on the Enrol Now button and follow the prompts. You will receive an e-mail acknowledging your registration.

After Registration:
You will receive an e-mail acknowledging your registration and a Student Profile to complete for your records. A receipt for the course fee will be sent to your e-mail address. After your enrolment is processed, (may take up to 24 hours depending on when you register) an Account ID and Password will give you access to the course which is divided into topics, lessons, drills and exercises followed by quizzes and final assessments to demonstrate competency. It is important to take each quiz as the questions reinforce the learning process and help you to remember the Key Learning Points. You should complete the material within 3 – 4 months ideally for maximum retention but you have access to the material for 6 months after registration – at which time your access will expire. By this time you should have also completed the final assessment tasks.

Requests for an Extension:  Naturally, if you have any problems meeting this deadline we will consider an extension, please e-mail the College outlining the reasons for your request.

Qualifications/accreditation/recognition:
On demonstration of competence and successful completion of this Unit of Competency a nationally accredited and industry recognised Statement of Attainment will be issued. This represents credit towards the SIT31312 Certificate III in Travel (Outbound Travel Arrangements).

Accredited by VETAB

PREREQUISITES

This is a stand alone course, with no formal prerequisites except the knowledge and skills required to use a computer to access the Internet. A good level of English will also help.

If you know something about the industry and how it works it will be a great help so, if you are not currently working in the industry you should consider taking the Introduction to Travel & Tourism course to give you the background to the travel industry.

PC and keyboard skills are considered necessary for travel industry employment. To improve keyboard skills why not take a Typequick course?

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Hayton College courses are accessed from a computer using the internet.

Minimum system requirements are:

Broadband internet connection

Recommended Pentium 4 or higher computer with 256mb RAM

Monitor at 1024 x 768 resolution or higher

Internet Explorer 6.1 and higher or Firefox 1.5 and higher (Firefox 2.0+ recommended)

HOW TO ENROL

Use the "Enrol Now" button at the top of this page.

If you pay online (we also accept orders by fax) you'll be taken to a secure PayPal payments page where you confirm your course and enter your credit card details.

There are no additional fees or costs and we don't keep your credit card details on file. All our payments are processed by PayPal, so you can be confident in the security of your purchase.

Once your payment has been processed, you'll receive a confirmation email and, within 24 hours, an email with the access details on how to log in to your account and start your course.

ASSESSMENTS

Progressive online and workbook assessment with final assessments that combines background knowledge with CRS/GDS skills.

Who is this course for?

This interactive skills based training is designed for people with no previous travel workplace experience using a GDS who wish to work in operations areas of the Industry. This could include working for an airline in the Reservations or Fares & Ticketing department, a Ticket Consolidator, Tour Operator or as a Travel Agent Travel Consultant. Train to use Amadeus, Galileo or Sabre.

What is a Unit of Competence?

Under the Australian qualifications framework, a Unit of Competence specifies the knowledge and skills and the application of these to the standards or performance expected in the workplace. It signifies a stand alone unit that can be assessed and recognised as a workplace function. Performance criteria must be met by candidates to demonstrate competence in key elements during the final assessments - in reality demonstrations of competence.

Amadeus - Course Content

Amadeus Lesson Content Lesson 1 - Course introduction, signing into Amadeus, encode and decode  What is a GDS?  Signing in and out of Amadeus  Agent work areas  Encode cities and airports/Decode cities and airports  Encode and decode airlines/aircraft equipment/countries and states Lesson 2 - Displaying a PNR  Similar name lists  Redisplay PNR  PNR subfields/PNR history  Record Locator return Lesson 3 - Timetables, availability, schedules, access types  Timetable displays/Return timetables  Basic flight availability  Availability from a timetable  Schedule displays  Flight information Lesson 4 - Return availability, availability change entries, airline alliances  Return travel/Return availability  Availability change entries  Airline Alliances, Codeshares, Low Cost Carriers Lesson 5 - Building a PNR  Creating a PNR  Creating the itinerary/Creating name elements  Child and infant passengers  Creating contact elements/ticketing element  Creating a received-from element  Build and end a complete PNR  Priority waitlists  Open segments/ARNK segments Lesson 6 - Practice building PNRs Lesson 7 - General remarks, frequent flyer, mailing address, billing address  General remark element  Frequent flyer element  Mailing address element Lesson 8 - OSI elements, SSR elements  OSI element/SSR element  TSA secure flight documentation Lesson 9 - Cancelling and changing PNR elements  Mandatory elements  Changing ticketing, phone elements  Update name elements  Optional PNR elements  Changing address and general remark elements  Changing OSI elements/Changing SSR elements  Rebooking itinerary segments  Split a PNR in six steps Lesson 10 - Advance seating requests  Basic seating request  Seating requests with area preference  Seating requests with passenger type Lesson 11 - Seat maps and booking specific seats  Seat map from a PNR  Seat map from availability  Request specific seats  Modify seating elements  Paid seating Lesson 12 - Amadeus Cars  Multi-company car location lists  Car encode and decode  Single company car location lists/location lists for a specific area  Vehicle type codes  Multi-company availability  Booking a car  Single company availability/from a PNR  Car availability options Lesson 13 - Amadeus Cars  Car rate features from availability/Car terms from availability  Car rate features/car terms from a PNR  Specific sections of car rate features  Car policy Lesson 14 - Amadeus Hotels  Introduction to booking hotels  Hotel encode and decode  Hotel location lists  Multi-property hotel availability  Single property availability  Selling hotel rooms Lesson 15 - Amadeus Hotels  Hotel features from multi-property availability  Specific categories of hotel features  Other hotel features entries  Hotel pricing displays  Hotel sell options  Adding to and changing hotel segments  Delete from a hotel segment  Cancel an entire hotel segment Lesson 16 - Fare displays and rules  Classes of service, normal and excursion fares  Fare displays  Fare displays for specific carrier/specific dates/fare type  Fare displays with taxes/modifiers  Changing fare displays  Fare notes  Displaying specific parts of fare notes Lesson 17 - Pricing itineraries  Basic itinerary pricing  Best buy pricing/Stored pricing  Displaying a TST from a list  Form of payment  Miscellaneous fare elements Lesson 18 - Issuing tickets  Electronic ticketing overview  Issuing electronic tickets  Interline electronic tickets  Ticketing with consolidator fares  Issuing paper tickets  Voiding tickets  Ticket exchanges Lesson 19 - Issuing EMDs  Ancillary services and EMDs  Pricing an ancillary service  Issuing an EMD Lesson 20 - Queues  Taking queue counts  Queue placement  Option element  Accessing a queue  Removing a PNR from queue  Placing a PNR on the delay queue Lesson 21 - Queue Tasks  Changing segment status  Queue tasks: waitlist clearance queue/schedule changes/confirmations  Queue task: waitlist assurance/consolidator fares Lesson 22 - Calculator and currency functions, minimum connect times  Amadeus calendar functions  Amadeus clock functions  Amadeus calculator functions  Currency conversion  Minimum connecting times Lesson 23 - Help system and AIS  Using the Help system  Using the AIS Lesson 24 - Timatic  Timatic help  Entry requirements from a PNR  Health information from a PNR  Timatic full-text  Timatic rules  Timatic guided mode/expert mode Lesson 25 - Timaticweb  Passport, Visa, and Health Info  Retrieve Passport and Visa Requirements  Retrieve Health Requirements  Country Information  Terms and Definitions  City and Country Codes  News • Quizzes 1- 5 Final Assessment Exam - Workbook Students Exercises and Emulator

Structure: 25 lessons, 4 quizzes, 1 final online assessment, 1 final local practical assessment Workbook included

Average Time = 40 hours allocated

Galileo - Course Content Lesson 1 - Signing On/Off, Encoding and Decoding  What is a GDS?  Signing on/Signing off  Agent Assembly Areas  Encoding and decoding cities and airports/airlines/aircraft equipment/countries and states Lesson 2 - BF Retrieval, Similar Name Lists, Display BF Fields Lesson 3 – Timetables/Flight Schedules, Availability and Link Indicators Lesson 4 - Return Availability, Flight Details, Advanced Availability, Airline Alliances, Codeshares, Low Cost Carriers Lesson 5 - The Mandatory BF Fields  Creating the BF  Selling flight segments  Entering passenger names/telephone numbers/Entering ticketing dates  Entering received-from data  Waitlist a segment  Enter an arrival-unknown segment/ARNK  Enter an open segment Lesson 6 - Practice Building Complete BFs Lesson 7 - Optional BF Fields  Entering forms of payment/e-mail addresses  Entering mailing and delivery addresses  Entering mileage membership numbers  Entering notepad and vendor remarks Lesson 8 – Service Information Messages  OSI and SSR messages  SSR messages with explanatory text  SSR messages with passenger and segment select  OSI and SSR messages for an unaccompanied minor  TSA Secure Flight documentation Lesson 9 - BF Management  Cancelling / rebooking BF segments  Inserting flight segments  Changing and deleting mandatory and optional BF fields  Dividing a party Lesson 10 - Seat Assignment by Area, Changing and Cancelling Lesson 11 - Seat Maps, Assigning Seats by Specific Number Lesson 12 - Booking a car at a passenger's destination  Encoding and decoding car vendors  Introduction to Galileo cars  Retrieving a CAL display/for a specific vendor/for a specific vehicle type  Booking cars from a CAL display/additional car entries Lesson 13 - Car rules and policy displays  Introduction to car rules displays  Displaying car rules from low-to-high car availability  Car policy displays  Displaying corporate and location policy descriptions  Part 5 - Displaying location policy description Lesson 14 - Booking a hotel at a passenger's destination  Encoding and decoding hotel vendors  Displaying a hotel index/complete availability  Displaying rules and booking a hotel  Booking a hotel from vendors with other link types Lesson 15 - Hotel Description Displays and Other Hotel Functions  Additional hotel entries and modifiers  Hotel description displays Lesson 16 - Fare Displays  Classes of service and restrictions  Retrieving a basic fare display  Introduction to airfare notes  Retrieving fare notes Lesson 17 - Itinerary Pricing  Finding the best fare for an itinerary  Introduction to ticketing modifiers  Updating ticketing modifiers  Cancelling filed fares Lesson 18 - Ticketing  Introduction to ticketing  Electronic ticketing  Issuing electronic tickets  Interline electronic tickets  Ticketing with consolidator fares  Paper tickets  Voiding tickets  Ticket exchange overview Lesson 19 - Queues  Obtaining an overall queue count  Obtaining an individual queue count  Signing on to a queue  Placing a BF on queue Lesson 20 - Queue Tasks  Changing segment status  Queue task: schedule changes  Queue Task: Consolidator fares Lesson 21 - Currency Conversion and Other Miscellaneous Functions  Adding and subtracting dates  Calculator functions  Adding and subtracting times  Converting currency  FLIFO displays  Minimum connecting times (MCT)  Local time in another city Lesson 22 - Help and Reference Systems  Galileo on-line HELP  Galileo Information System ** GIS  Practice of GIS entries  Display Galileo maps Lesson 23 - Timatic  Introduction to Timatic  Accessing Timatic help  Timatic by referencing a BF segment  Timatic full-text  Timatic rules Lesson 24 - Timaticweb  Passport, Visa, and Health Info  Retrieve Passport and Visa Requirements  Retrieve Health Requirements  Country Information  Terms and Definitions  City and Country Codes  News • Quizzes • Final Assessment Exam • Exercises and Emulator

Sabre - Course Content -Sabre GDS – Interactive Online Course Content – In conjunction with Sabre workbook Lesson 1 - Course Introduction, Signing In/Out, Retrieving a PNR  What is a GDS?  Signing In / Signing Out  PNR basics  Similar name lists  PNRs with additional fields and various types of itinerary segments Lesson 2 - Encoding and Decoding  Encoding and decoding cities and airports/airlines/ cars/hotels/  Encoding and decoding aircraft equipment/ states and countries Lesson 3 - Flight Availability and Information, Alliances and Schedules  Return travel/Return availability  Shortcut availability entries  Airline Alliances, Codeshares, Low Cost Carriers  Air Extras  Schedule displays Lesson 4 - The Mandatory PNR Fields  Booking flights from availability  Entering passenger names/ telephone numbers  Entering a ticketing date/received-from  Examine changes to a PNR after end transaction  Waitlisting a segment  Entering an open segment  Entering an arrival-unknown segment (ARNK) Lesson 5 - Building Complete PNRs  Interactive Practice building complete PNRs Lesson 6 - Optional PNR Information  Entering PNR remarks  Entering form-of-payment information  Entering frequent-flyer numbers  Entering postal addresses/Entering e-mail addresses Lesson 7 - More Optional PNR Information  An introduction to FAX messages  Entering OSI and SSR Messages/Entering an SSR for an infant/UM  TSA Secure Flight documentation Lesson 8 - PNR Management  Changing or deleting basic PNR data  Cancel all or part of an itinerary  Introduction to reducing/dividing PNRs Lesson 9 - Seat Assignments  Introduction to seat assignments  Assigning seats by type  Cancel seat assignments Lesson 10 - Seat Maps  Introduction to seat maps  Displaying a seat map  Displaying a non-standard seat map  Air Extras seats  Assigning seats by number/assigning multiple seats by number Lesson 11 - Rental Car Reservations  Sabre cars  Retrieving a Shopper's Quote / for specific vehicle types/vendors  Booking a car  Additional car entries Lesson 12 - Misc. Car Displays, Rules Displays and Policy Displays  Miscellaneous car information displays  Car rule displays  Car policy displays Lesson 13 - Hotel Reservations  Hotel index displays from a flight segment  Hotel description displays from an index  Hotel rate description displays from a hotel description  Booking a hotel room Lesson 14 - Index search qualifiers and optional sell fields  Index search qualifiers  Optional sell fields Lesson 15 - Fare Displays and Fare Rules  Classes of service and basic restrictions  Single airline fare displays  Fare displays for all airlines  Fare inclusion codes and child/infant fares  Detailed rules displays Lesson 16 - Itinerary Pricing  Itinerary pricing  Rebook an itinerary using the Bargain Finder entry  Secondary action codes in the WP entry  Price quote record (PQ)  Split form of payment with FP lines Lesson 17 - Ticketing  Introduction to ticketing  Electronic ticketing / Issuing electronic tickets  Interline electronic tickets  Ticketing with consolidator fares  Paper tickets  Voiding tickets  Ticket exchange overview Lesson 18 - Queues  An introduction to the queue system  Counting the PNRs on queue  Accessing a queue  Enter a queue placement remark  Place a PNR on queue manually Lesson 19 - Queue Tasks  Changing segment status  Consolidator fares Lesson 20 - Currency Conversion and Other Miscellaneous Functions  Calculating dates  Calculate time in another part of the world  Calculate time difference between two cities  Converting currencies  Calculator functions  Changing agent assembly areas  Converting temperatures  Converting distances  FLIFO displays  Minimum connecting times Lesson 21 - DRS and Format Finder  Introduction to DRS  Accessing and using DRS  Introduction to Format Finder and using the Contents feature of Format Finder  Using the Index and search features of Format Finder Lesson 22 - Timaticweb  Passport, Visa, and Health Info  Retrieve Passport and Visa Requirements  Retrieve Health Requirements  Country Information  Terms and Definitions  City and Country Codes  News Quizzes 1 - 5 Final Assessment Exams - Workbook Students

Is it for you?

If you want to work in travel this is the comprehensive training course for you. On successful course completion you will be competent in the skills required to book airline seats, hotel rooms and rental cars for client itineraries, fare quote and issue e-tickets. Choose from Amadeus, Galileo or Sabre.

What do I need?

Good English Skills and a genuine interest in the Travel and Tourism Industry. Hayton College courses are accessed from a computer using the internet. Basic PC skills along with keyboarding skills are required to complete Hayton College courses.

My commitment

You must complete the Student Profile e-mailed after registration and include a photocopy of your photo ID. You must set aside several hours a week consistently over several months in order to complete the course successfully. You must take all Quizzes, Drills and Exercises in the order in which they appear and keep in touch with your tutors throughout the course

Our commitment to you

Hayton College is dedicated to student support from the moment you register.

Students receive one to one e-mail support from an Industry Expert if you have any queries during the program.

Hayton tutors and trainers all have relevant Industry and Training Experience

Hayton College offers its students:dedicated e-mail support between 8am and 8pm daily. You may also telephone by appointment (use e-mail to ensure your trainer is available) if required, readiness checks prior to quizzes plus additional prepared exercises where required.

For students requiring additional support, tutoring packages are also available.

What jobs can I do on course completion

After successful completion, Students will be able to apply for travel jobs with confidence knowing they can make reservations for clients, issue e-tickets, fare quote etc. Usually these jobs will be in airlines, tour wholesalers, ticket consolidators or as a travel agent / travel consultant.

For people new to the Industry Hayton College recommends students complete Introduction to the Travel & Tourism Industry to gain important background knowledge that will give you confidence at those all important job interviews.

PREREQUISITES

This is a stand alone course, with no formal prerequisites except the knowledge and skills required to use a computer to access the Internet. A good level of English will also help.

If you know something about the industry and how it works it will be a great help so, if you are not currently working in the industry you should consider taking the Introduction to Travel & Tourism course to give you the background to the travel industry.

PC and keyboard skills are considered necessary for travel industry employment. To improve keyboard skills why not take a Typequick course?

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Hayton College courses are accessed from a computer using the internet.

Minimum system requirements are:

Broadband internet connection

Recommended Pentium 4 or higher computer with 256mb RAM

Monitor at 1024 x 768 resolution or higher

Internet Explorer 6.1 and higher or Firefox 1.5 and higher (Firefox 2.0+ recommended)

HOW TO ENROL

Use the "Enrol Now" button at the top of this page.

If you pay online (we also accept orders by fax) you'll be taken to a secure PayPal payments page where you confirm your course and enter your credit card details.

There are no additional fees or costs and we don't keep your credit card details on file. All our payments are processed by PayPal, so you can be confident in the security of your purchase.

Once your payment has been processed, you'll receive a confirmation email and, within 24 hours, an email with the access details on how to log in to your account and start your course.

ASSESSMENTS

Progressive online and workbook assessment with final assessments that combines background knowledge with CRS/GDS skills.

What will I learn on this course?

You will learn to encode and decode the world's airports, cities, aircraft, airlines and more. You will learn to check for availability of airline seats, hotel rooms and car rental vehicles, build full reservations, then retrieve them, amend them and cancel them. Next you will learn to quote airfares, read and interpret airfare rules, issue e-tickets for clients and a host of other formats and procedures. You may end up knowing more than many current industry practitioners! You will also get the answers to many of the questions you may have about this dynamic industry.

What equipment do I need to take this course?

Hayton College courses are accessed from a computer using the internet. Minimum system requirements follow:

Broadband internet connection, Recommended Pentium 4 or higher computer with 256mb RAM (MACs are also OK), Monitor at 1024 x 768 resolution or higher, Internet Explorer 6.1 and higher or Firefox 1.5 and higher (Firefox 2.0+ recommended)

Q: Will this course help me work out in which sectors of the industry I might like to work?

A:It should do, especially if you have completed the Introduction to the Travel and Tourism Industry program. You will understand the sectors, the companies, their functions, industry terminology and you will know a lot about what travel agents, ariline reservations staff and wholesale reservations staff do all day.

What happens after registration?

You will receive an e-mail acknowledging your registration and will be contacted by the College with Log in details within 24 hours of registration. Please complete the Student Profile when you register as a receipt for the course fee will be sent to the address supplied on this document.

What about the course assessment, how is that structured?

Formative assessments take place throughout the course in the form of Online Quizes. It is a good idea to try to achieve 100% in each of these to demonstrate you have understood the content. Successful completion of the final online knowledge assessment and a Hayton assessment leads to the issuance of a Statement of Attainment. In all assessments you must demonstrate competence in the skills and knowledge required to operate a computerised reservations system. This is a key skill of the industry. Once you know how to use one GDS it is easy to change to another, Hayon also offers some cross-training modules available, contact us for details.

How will this course apply in the workplace?

The knowledge you gain on this course underpins effective performance in many sectors of the industry. Using a GDS effectively is a key part of an employee's work in the industry and this course focuses on training students to be able to contribute in the workplace from the first day on the job!

What will I have at the end of the course?

On successful completion of this Unit of Competency you will have the skills required to use a CRS/GDS and if you have demonstrated competence in all elements of this unit you will also have recognised certification.

What certificate will I get?

On successful course completion you will have a Statement of Attainment. For this you must demonstrate the skills and knowledge required for SITTTSL308: Use a computerised reservations system. After being deemed "competent" you will receive a Statement of Attainment - this result will look great on your CV.

What is a Statement of Attainment?

A Statement of Attainment is a Certificate issued by a Registered Training Organisation or RTO under the AQF (Australian Qualifications Framework). It confirms that a candidate has demonstrated competence in the required knowledge and skills of the unit assessment. A Statement of Attainment lists the Units of Competence in which the candidate has been assessed as competent. Each Statement of Attainment earned by a candidate may contribute to a qualification outcome.

Does it make any difference which GDS I learn to use - Galileo, Sabre, Amadeus or Abacus?

None whatever, the structure of each course is the same so are the required elements in which students must demonstrate competence.

What is an RTO?

RTO stands for Registered Training Organisation

PREREQUISITES

This is a stand alone course, with no formal prerequisites except the knowledge and skills required to use a computer to access the Internet. A good level of English will also help.

If you know something about the industry and how it works it will be a great help so, if you are not currently working in the industry you should consider taking the Introduction to Travel & Tourism course to give you the background to the travel industry.

PC and keyboard skills are considered necessary for travel industry employment. To improve keyboard skills why not take a Typequick course?

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Hayton College courses are accessed from a computer using the internet.

Minimum system requirements are:

Broadband internet connection

Recommended Pentium 4 or higher computer with 256mb RAM

Monitor at 1024 x 768 resolution or higher

Internet Explorer 6.1 and higher or Firefox 1.5 and higher (Firefox 2.0+ recommended)

HOW TO ENROL

Use the "Enrol Now" button at the top of this page.

If you pay online (we also accept orders by fax) you'll be taken to a secure PayPal payments page where you confirm your course and enter your credit card details.

There are no additional fees or costs and we don't keep your credit card details on file. All our payments are processed by PayPal, so you can be confident in the security of your purchase.

Once your payment has been processed, you'll receive a confirmation email and, within 24 hours, an email with the access details on how to log in to your account and start your course.

ASSESSMENTS

Progressive online and workbook assessment with final assessments that combines background knowledge with CRS/GDS skills.