April 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);4/24/2009, p77
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the online training programme designed by the company Tourism Australia. It states that the programme consists of four modules covering an introduction to Australia, the features and attractions of each state and territory. A final exam is conducted at the end to test the knowledge, passing that qualifies the person to become Premier Aussie Specialist.


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