The Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA) is now accepting expressions of curiosity for the 5 positions of the NTIA Custodians Council, who will make sure the journey business’s evening of nights continues the proud custom of embodying excellence in ATAS members.
Five NTIA Custodians will likely be chosen to type the inaugural NTIA Custodian Council, with every representing completely different segments of the journey business: Mobile / residence primarily based community, Retail Agency, Corporate, Online, Tour Operator, Wholesaler and Cruise and Air.
The on-line type asks candidates to reply two questions in 400 phrases or much less, protecting why they consider they’re an distinctive NTIA Custodian candidate and what, if any, expertise they’ve with managing an award program. The last 5 NTIA Custodians will likely be chosen by the AFTA workforce.
Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA) CEO Dean Long stated: “While the NTIA’s represents an immensely popular celebration for the travel industry, we’re calling on travel professionals to self-nominate and not just assume someone else can do a better job than they can.”
AFTA isn’t selecting NTIA Custodians in the identical means we would choose an NTIA Award winner – this can be a new course of for us too. Applicants will likely be chosen taking plenty of elements into consideration together with EOI responses. Our aim is to construct a consultant council that may work along with us to protect the integrity of the NTIA’s whereas making subsequent 12 months’s occasion an evening to recollect for the journey business.”
“In the same way we streamlined the NTIA entry process for time poor travel businesses this year, we’ve made the EOI process readily accessible to allow each applicant to showcase what they can bring to the Council.”
“If you know a shy travel professional, I encourage you to encourage them to put their hands up. The NTIA is all about celebrating excellence in the travel industry, but it’s also about celebrating each other as a travel community.”