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TAT Webinar: Enhancing Effective Communication in the Post-COVID-19 Era

Bangkok, 18 June, 2020 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is delighted to present a webinar session on the topic of “Enhancing Effective Communications in the Post-COVID-19 era.”

Scheduled on 22 June, 2020, at 11.00-12.00 Hrs., the English session will be conducted by one of the Asia-Pacific region’s longest serving travel trade journalists, Mr. Imtiaz Muqbil, Executive Editor, Travel Impact Newswire. 

Interested travel professionals can register at https://www.zipeventapp.com/e/Enhancing-Effective-Communication-in-the-post-COVID-19-era.

Launched on 5 May, 2020, the TAT webinar project is offering more than 30 online courses for travel industry professionals to help them prepare for the realities of travel in the post-COVID-19 era.

The project features different topics that offer market insights on international tourist arrivals from different regions focussing on how to enhance communication skills and amplify messages to reach the right target audience. The courses run from 7 May and will conclude on 29 June local Thai time without any registration fee.

A complete list of classes is available on http://tourismthailand.org/webinar. Via the same link, travel industry professionals who missed the live TAT webinar can register to watch recorded sessions within 24 hours after the live event has ended.

The post TAT Webinar: Enhancing Effective Communication in the Post-COVID-19 Era appeared first on TAT Newsroom.

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