The Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) has created a 12-week Road to Recovery online tutorial series to arm tourism stakeholders with tools and knowledge that will help them with their rebound.
More than 1,200 people have registered for the free series, which is part of ATEC’s Build Back Better strategy
“ATEC is rolling out the Road to Recovery tourism tutorial series as a way of supporting our industry members and helping them use this time to work on their business,” said ATEC’s managing director, Peter Shelley.
Shelley added: “This is undoubtedly an unprecedented challenge for our industry and many people have lost their jobs or their entire business, but the tourism industry is full of passionate and committed people who will be there at the other end of this pandemic, looking to re-engage and find new opportunities.
“We are offering our Road to Recovery tutorials free to the tourism industry in order to help individuals use this time as an investment in their future, learning and building on their strengths and finding new paths.”
Over the past month ATEC has successfully delivered industry webinars to an audience of 3,000-plus registrants through its Build Back Better Leadership Webinars, where members gain insights from panellists discussing a range of industry-relevant topics and challenges.
Road to Recovery tutorials are 45 minutes long, and are hosted every Thursday at 14.00 (AEST).
Tutorial line-up and registration can be found here.