Published on : Monday, January 17, 2022
The Travel Association has launched its events programme for the first half of 2022 offering a host of high-quality opportunities for businesses of all sizes to stay up to date on crucial industry matters, gain insights on business strategies and practical advice.
ABTA is offering a 10% discount on all event bookings made before 31 January – those wishing to attend can use the code ABTAJAN22 when booking to get the discount.* The events are open to the whole travel industry with reduced rates available for ABTA Members and Partners.
The new programme includes a mix of in-depth conferences and training days that will take place in the first half of the year, including:
- Crisis Management in Travel – 9 February
- Travel Finance – 22-23 February
- Delivering Sustainable Travel – 2 March
- Health, Safety and Security in Travel – 23-24 March
- Travel Marketing – 4-5 May
- Travel Law Seminar – 9-10 May
- Claims Handling in Travel – 16 March
- Crisis Communications in Travel – 30 March
- Complaints Handling Training for Travel – 11 May
ABTA will also offer business support webinars that are free for ABTA Members and Partners, with non-Members able to pay to attend. Upcoming webinars include ‘Mental health training for travel workforces’ (19 January), which will look at key mental health and wellbeing risks and advice on businesses’ legal obligations. ‘Diversity and inclusion in travel’ (2 February) will cover the value of an inclusive workforce, good practices and how to implement strategies for inclusion.
ABTA will announce additional dates and events for 2022 soon, including the date for ABTA’s flagship policy conference Travel Matters, which is earmarked to take place in June.
ABTA’s Head of Events, Eve Coburn, said:
“The new year brings us a new chance to brush up on our knowledge and skills. ABTA’s events offer additional support to Members, as well as the opportunity for professionals in the travel industry to foster business growth by getting up to date insights and advice from key specialists and leaders.”