P&O’s Master Class live

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THE first P&O Cruises Flag­ship Col­lege Master Class has been re­leased, of­fer­ing deeper knowl­edge of the line’s prod­uct & 10 Cruise Lines Int’l Aus­trala­sia (CLIA) Ac­cred­i­ta­tion Points.

The one-hour course is avail­able on mo­bile de­vices and agents have the op­tion to stop and start at any time.

It is the sec­ond course to be made avail­able through Flag­ship Col­lege, which launched last Jun ( CW 30 Jun) as part of the new P&O Cruises agent web­site, flag­ship.pocruises.com.au.

“We’ve had such in­cred­i­ble in­ter­est in Flag­ship Col­lege so far, and we think the first Master Class will re­ally ce­ment its place as the in­dus­try lead­ing con­sul­tant train­ing tool,” said P&O Cruises di­rec­tor of sales, Ryan Taibel.

Close to 1,500 agents have com­pleted the first Ex­tra Credit course re­leased in Nov.

Agents en­rolled in the Flag­ship Achiev­ers pro­gram must com­plete the Master Class by 30 Nov to be el­i­gi­ble for a Flag­ship Bonus of up to $500 a year.

MEAN­WHILE, Pa­cific Aria will ap­pear on tonight’s episode of Travel Guides on Chan­nel Nine.

The six hol­i­day­mak­ers boarded the ves­sel for a nine-night sail­ing and spent their time swim­ming with tur­tles, ex­pe­ri­enc­ing is­land cul­tures and tak­ing part in theme night par­ties.

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