ABTA's new one day training course will provide practical guidance on how to improve animal welfare standards across your organisation. How can you ensure that you meet your customer’s expectations and protect your business’ reputation?
Animal attractions and experiences are now a common part of many holidays, but while animal attractions are undoubtedly popular with customers, they want to be assured of good animal welfare standards. A 2017 ComRes survey found that 71% of respondents would be more likely to buy from a travel company that cares for animals**.
Your approach to animal welfare will help you to attract new customers, reduce complaints and avoid costly reputational damage.
This training day will provide an introduction to ABTA's Global Welfare Guidance for Animals in Tourism, with practical advice on how and where to begin when addressing animal welfare concerns within your businesses. Understand how to embed an organisation-wide approach, from communications through to marketing and product strategies. Learn through practical sessions and workshops how to audit and manage suppliers effectively, minimise risk and find credible alternatives.
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** ComRes poll, commissioned by Born Free Foundation, April 2017
- Moderator: Daniel Turner, Director, Animondial
Daniel Turner is an environmental biologist with knowledge and experience in field conservation, animal welfare science, environmental education and public affairs. For over a decade he has been working with the international travel industry to build capacity and develop guidance to help manage tourism’s impact on animals and the natural environment. In 2017, Daniel established ANIMONDIAL, a consultancy that continues to advise and guide the travel industry in the advancement of animal welfare awareness and protection.
- Helen Usher, Director, Animondial
- Clare Jenkinson, Senior Destinations & Sustainability Manager, ABTA
- Hugh Felton, Senior Sustainable Tourism Executive, ABTA
- David Ville, Group Sustainability Manager, Thomas Cook
- Emma Snipp, Head of Safety and Responsible Travel, STA Travel
- Rachel McCaffery, Sustainable Tourism Consultant, Virgin Atlantic Airways
This seminar is designed for tour operators, agents, destinations and others working in the area of animal welfare. Specifically those working in:
- Sustainability and responsible tourism
- Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
- Product development, marketing and operations teams.
ABTA Member/ABTA Partner rate* – £225 plus VAT
Non-Member rate – £345 plus VAT
Group booking discounts
Book three places and get 50% off the third place.
Book five places and get the fifth place free.
(This discount will be automatically applied when you book online).
*To qualify for the ABTA Member/Partner discount you must have a current ABTA Member/Partner number or your application must be in progress when the event takes place.
Non-members are welcome to attend ABTA Conferences and Events. For information about becoming a Member click here.
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