The 2017 Summer School of the UNESCO chair in ICT to develop and promote sustainable tourism in World Heritage Sites, established at USI (Università della Svizzera italiana) is offered in collaboration with Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China.
As part of Wild Asia's 10-year anniversary initiatives celebrating its Responsible Tourism Awards Program, TrainingAid will be co-hosting Live Session series featuring responsible tourism leaders who have been engaged in the award program.
Sustainability marketing one-day training course by Leeds Beckett University, offered at ITB Berlin. Learn how you can better market and communicate what makes you different.
Our most shared articles of 2015 from the TrainingAid Ideas & Insights Blog. As we welcome the year 2016, here's a quick look back at some of the key tourism, training, business and sustainability-related topics we've discussed and explored in the past year.
The Università della Svizzera italiana in partnership with the UNESCO chair in ICT to develop and promote sustainable tourism in World Heritage Sites are offering an massive open online course on eTourism: Communication Perspectives.
Can blogging be a helpful way to increase visibility and boost search performance of a travel website? Are the efforts and resources needed to run and maintain a blog worth it?
Based on the Tourism Training Live "Keep It Real for Destinations" discussions, here are successful sustainability communication examples by tourism destinations.
Child Safe campaign by Friends International has done an amazing job of engaging travelers and locals in Cambodia to give exposure to the issue of child safety in tourism and to help prevent exploitation of children through tourism.
Tourism Destination Sustainability Communications: 7 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Telling Your Stories
When it comes to sustainability communications, many tourism destinations make assumptions based on common misconceptions about what works and how to reach and engage travelers.
How can travel storytelling be used for destination marketing in a way that engages travelers and empower the locals? Your destination already does have elements of great stories - engaging experiences, people with intriguing perspectives, and memorable events. So find and share them!
Who’s responsible for educating travelers about responsible behavior? Some examples of tourism organizations and initiatives helping travelers travel more responsibly. Everyone involved in benefiting from tourism, including travelers, should be responsible for responsible travel education.
Social media engagement tip: posting something in the form of a question is a good way to invite your fans and followers to be part of the conversation and to share their opinions and ideas.