Back-Roads Touring to run training sessions for homeworkers

Back-Roads Touring to run training sessions for homeworkers

Homeworker training sessions are to be run by small group touring specialists Back-Roads Touring.

Eight one-hour training sessions are planned throughout the summer, providing homeworkers with an opportunity to learn more about the operator’s tours in the UK, Europe and Asia.

The training will take place in some of the hotels Back-Roads uses in the UK.

UK and Ireland business development manager Lockie Kerr said: “There are thousands of homeworking travel agents in the UK. Without a retail store though, it’s very difficult to speak directly with them and understand what they need from us to help sell our small group tours.

“I’ve seen other homeworker training events in cafés, but we wanted to be different and give homeworking agents the opportunity for a first-hand experience of our boutique style of
accommodation.

“Tea, coffee or juice will be provided along with cakes and pastries, with exclusive incentives also in place for those attending.

“All going well, we’d love to hold similar training events in future, in more unique Back-Roads Touring locations.”

Locations:

Bath (Abbey Hotel) – June 21 at 10:30am
Twickenham (Alexander Pope) – June 27 at 10am
Llangollen (Mulberry Inn) – July 2 at @ 2pm
Chipping Campden (Kings Hotel) – July 18 at 2pm
Tunbridge Wells (Spa Hotel) – July 19 at 10am
Cambridge (Gonville Hotel) – July 23 at 10:30am
Lincoln (White Heart Hotel) – August 9 at 10am
York (Churchill Hotel) – August 9 at 3:30pm

Homeworking agents can email Lockie Kerr with their chosen location no later than one week before each event: L.Kerr@backroadstouring.com

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