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Monaco Government Tourist Bureau launches training program for agents

The Monaco Government Tourist Bureau has launched a brand-new online training program, giving Australian and New Zealand travel agents the chance to become certified “Monaco Tourism Experts” and be in the running to win fantastic prizes.



The program is designed to help agents gain comprehensive destination knowledge and find out why Monaco can be the perfect extension to their clients’ next European itinerary once international travel resumes.


Comprising a series of six concise and engaging learning modules, the program will be rolled out in two phases, with the first phase of three modules being launched today, (25 November 2020) and the second phase scheduled to be launched in March 2021.


Throughout the course, agents will be invited to discover Monaco’s history and culture, unique selling points, as well as the latest news and developments from the Principality’s attractions, unique hotel offerings, exclusive experiences and virtual selling tools. Find out how Monaco is staying true to it’s DNA and reinventing itself.


By registering and completing the online modules, agents go into the draw to win amazing prizes.


The lucky winner of the Grand Prize will receive a Luxury Trip of a Lifetime to Monaco for two, including return business class tickets to Nice International Airport, return helicopter transfers to Monaco, a four-night stay in a Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer luxury property and complimentary visitors passes to some of the Principality’s most spectacular museums, gardens and attractions.*


Bottles of a recently launched exclusive Gin by La Distillerie de Monaco are also up for grabs for twelve lucky winners (2 per module), acknowledging best quiz performance for each module.


To register, click here.


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Published: 30 November 2020

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