Fox is excited to announce the launch of the Fox World Travel Manager Institute. Today, there are a growing number professionals in human resources, procurement, and finance—areas without a background in travel—taking on the role of corporate travel manager. This groundbreaking program will help those new to travel understand the intricacies of the industry. It will also be a resource of those looking for ongoing professional development.
- Course 201: Tuesday and Wednesday, August 22/23
- Course 305: Thursday, August 24
- Course 304: Friday, August 25
- Course 201: Tuesday and Wednesday, September 12/13
- Course 302: Thursday, September 14
- Course 201: Tuesday and Wednesday, October 3/4
- Course 304: Thursday, October 5
- Course 305: Friday, October 6
- Course 201: Monday and Tuesday, October 23/24
- Course 201: Tuesday and Wednesday, November 14/15
- Course 301: Thursday, November 16
* Travel costs to/from, hotel, meals, etc. are not included.
TRAVEL MANAGEMENT BEST PRACTICES (2 Days)
This course is designed for new Travel Buyers looking for an overall perspective on the industry. Topics include decoding industry terms, meeting planning, duty of care and more.
TRAVEL POLICY DEVELOPMENT (1 Day)
This course is designed for intermediate Travel Buyers. Topics include new policy development and how to update current policies.
PREFERRED AIRLINE AGREEMENTS REVIEW & UNDERSTANDING
This course is designed for intermediate Travel buyers looking for real-life examples and suggestions on how to better manage your airline programs and performance reviews. Topics include airline contracts, spend and travel patterns and understanding market conditions.
COMMUNICATING TRAVEL AND SOCIAL MEDIA (1 Day)
This course is designed for intermediate Travel Buyers looking to improve their presentation skills while standing in front of an audience and examining travel social media platforms. Topics include, travel messages, unique audiences, presentation building and social media platforms.
THE ART OF VENDOR NEGOTIATIONS (1 Day)
This course was designed for intermediate Travel Buyers who need a little refresher on negotiations, preparations, and delivering results that result in win-win conclusions. Topics include bidding RFPs, creating a win-win strategy and building positive relationships.
DUTY OF CARE AND DEVELOPING A WRITTEN POLICY (1 Day)
This course was designed for intermediate Travel Buyers looking to either create or revise a duty of care policy to ensure the safety of all travelers within your company. Topics include, duty of care policy development and updating current policies.
To learn more about the Travel Manager Institute and how it was developed, check out our Company Dime Article, Fox World Travel Teams With Professor Brad Seitz for New School.
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