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Introducing Club Med University, a new e-learning tool for travel advisors

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  •   09-14-2021  9:30 am
  •   Pax Global Media
Introducing Club Med University, a new e-learning tool for travel advisors
Pax Global Media

Club Med has launched an interactive e-learning tool, Club Med University, designed for Canadian travel agents. 

The platform was created to train, engage and reward travel advisors for becoming Club Med Specialists, equipping agents with the necessary tools to become experts on the brand and, in turn, help Canadians plan their long-awaited dream getaways.

The program provides advisors with extensive online training that can be accessed when its convenient for them and with modules that they can complete at their own pace. 

Agents can use the platform to learn about Club Med’s portfolio of resorts, full product offerings, all-inclusive formula and new booking engine, among other key brand learnings.

Club Med University is free to enrol for validated agents. Advisors receive loyalty points for every completed course, which will be redeemable for various perks including complimentary stays. 

After five completed courses, advisors will be designated with the Club Med Specialist Certification. 

Once certified, agents will be entered into a draw for a chance to win two complimentary stays at a Club Med resort or a selection of gift cards. 

Successful advisors will also have the opportunity to participate in Club Med familiarization trips and get firsthand experience at one of the brand’s collection of global properties.

"For more that 70 years travel agents have been an essential part of the Club Med team and represent the backbone of the industry," the company said in a statement. "Club Med University will help bridge the gap between the brand and travel agents in a playful and engaging way." 

To register for Club Med University, click here.  


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