Travel Agents

Rocky Mountaineer launches exciting new training program for agents

Attention, all agents! Do we have some good news for you.

Rocky Mountaineer has just launched TRACKS, their new agent training program – and you should be excited about it.

TRACKS is a five-module course that explores Rocky Mountaineer’s service levels, routes and seasons, packages and more – giving you an unbeatable in-depth knowlegde. Upon completion of the course, you’ll also score a certificate honouring your brand new title as a Rocky Mountaineer Specialist.

Agents can register at www.rockymountaineer.com/tracks.

TRACKS provides the knowledge and resources needed to identify potential clients and pair them with vacation packages. Agents will be able to build confidence in educating clients about Rocky Mountaineer, with easy access to sharable sales collateral, webinars, and support teams.

Oh, and to celebrate the launch, Rocky Mountaineer is offering agents a special incentive. All agents who finish the TRACKS training by December 31, 2018 will have their names entered into a draw to win two two-day rail GoldLeaf Service tickets. And if you ask us, that’s definitely worth doing some learning for.

Agents will also receive exclusive opportunities for ongoing training, webinars, and insider sales tips. The online training program includes a series of modules where agents will learn about:

  • The history of Rocky Mountaineer
  • The jaw-dropping route options and incredible destinations
  • GoldLeaf and SilverLeaf Service, the two classes of service
  • Key tools and resources to help you grow your business with Rocky Mountaineer

Along with earning deeper product knowledge, other benefits include:

  • A printable certificate
  • An e-logo for to display
  • Access to Learning Journeys, the travel agent familiarisation tours
  • Access to Travel Agent discount program

So what are you waiting for? Register for the training now for your chance to win!

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