Fox World Travel will continue its focus on providing travel managers the skills and insights needed to succeed through its industry-leading, Fox Professional Travel Certification (formerly Travel Manager Institute). The program is designed to help travel professionals from various backgrounds and experience levels keep pace with an ever-changing and sometimes complicated industry.
The interactive and engaging program is led by Fox’s Emily Wright, Client Solutions Manager, with more than 20 years in corporate travel; as a travel manager and supporting travel managers in building successful corporate travel programs. Travel Management Best Practices will be offered in four cities throughout the United States:
- Milwaukee, WI | April 8 & 9, 2019
- Chicago, IL | June 25 & 26, 2019
- Oshkosh, WI | September 24 & 25, 2019
- Detroit, MI | November 6 & 7, 2019
The two-day foundational course provides a comprehensive view on how to navigate your managed travel program with ease so you can excel in your role.
“I am thrilled that our Travel Manager courses have been so helpful for travel managers,” says Wright. “The Travel Management Best Practices course is the foundation of our program, and I am excited to offer more opportunities in 2019. Education and creating an engaging atmosphere to learn, share and expand are a few of my passions.”
Fox created a training program based on client feedback and a demand for travel industry education. The classes allow attendees to collaborate and benchmark in an engaging way. Those interested in the courses, can register here or request more information.
“100% of the attendees from previous sessions said they would recommend it to another travel manager,” said Wright. “2019 and 2020 are going to be even better with new markets, more opportunities, webinars, and interactive topic-specific workshops.”
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