Published on Monday, December 2, 2019

CLIA to host live online evening training session

CLIA UK & Ireland will host its first evening Facebook Live training event tomorrow, Tuesday December 3.

The webinar will be focussed on the expedition cruise sector and will be live on Facebook from 7:30pm.  

Aurora Expeditions, Ponant and Scenic will join CLIA UK & Ireland director Andy Harmer to discuss the latest developments in the rapidly growing sector.

Viewers can ask questions live during the session and will hear from the experts as they share selling advice and industry insight.

Previously, similar Facebook Live webinars have been hosted during office hours.

Harmer said: "We're delighted to announce that we'll be hosting our first-ever evening live webinar, following the success of CLIA's Facebook Live training events. 

"We recognise that many people in travel work different hours during the day and as such an evening webinar allows us to engage with agents at a convenient time for them.

"This is the first live training event to be focussed on expedition cruise, one of the fastest growing sectors in the industry.

"It's also the first time we'll be joined by more than one cruise line representative, offering a unique opportunity for agents to ask questions live directly to three expedition cruise lines."

To attend the CLIA Facebook Live expedition cruise webinar, click here.

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