Course Code: VIEW103
Gain a comprehensive understanding of the Amadeus Booking System, from home!
Amadeus is one of the industry standard booking and reservation systems used by travel companies worldwide. Many travel companies will list a full understanding of Amadeus as 'essential' on their job specifications, so it is much easier to get a job in this sector if you can prove that you have this skill!
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This Amadeus course is assessed online using our Online Learning Environment and Amadeus Simulator. You will take a series of tests as you progress through the course. There is also an Amadeus exam that is taken online at the end of your course and takes 1 hour to complete.
You have a total of 50 hours of access to the Online Learning Environment, which is more than sufficient to complete the course.
This course is run online through our Online Amadeus Training facility, which provides an Amadeus Simulator so you can use the software as you learn. The course also refers to and uses a workbook (provided).
Please note that this is a self-study course. You will not be allocated a tutor as all support is self-contained within the course materials. You will, however, benefit from technical support.
Upon completion of this Amadeus course you will receive an Amadeus certificate to use as proof of competency in using the system, which will be widely accepted by employers within the industry.
We would advise a basic set of computer skills in order to be successful on this course, as it is based online.
No, everything you need is included in the price. You will need to ensure that you have access to a computer, connected to the internet to complete this Amadeus course.
The IATA points system was dismantled in January 2006, when the accreditation criteria for the UK changed. Training points are no longer a requirement for a travel agency to obtain IATA accreditation.
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