Carbon County Visitors’ Council proudly announces the Carbon County Visitor Journey A2D Learning Center.
CCVC has partnered with Visitor Engagement Academy to produce a training tool. The Carbon County Visitors’ Council is excited to provide a training tool for not only our tourism industry but for all Carbon County residents. The Carbon County Visitor Journey A2D program gives participants the tools to be a champion for visitors from the moment they arrive in Carbon County until they depart.
“Tourism is huge in Carbon County. Even though we may be social distancing due to the COVID-19 crisis currently, travel and tourism is resilient and will return.” said Leslie Jefferson, Executive Director/CEO, CCVC. “It is exciting that our training tool is complete and ready to use during these difficult times. We invite everyone interested in the training tool to contact us to enroll.”
The Carbon County Visitor Journey A2D is a combination of online learning along with a live class that ties the training together. The time required to complete the course is roughly two (2) hours of online learning, broken into 15-20 minute segments, and a 60 to 75-minute live class.
To enroll in the tourism training course visit: http://bit.ly/CarbonCountyA2D
For more information please call 307-324-3020 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting enrollment.
About the Carbon County Visitors’ Council
The Carbon County Visitors’ Council (CCVC) is the local lodging tax board. The board was formed in 1987 by a Joint Powers Agreement (JPA). The members of the JPA are: the Carbon County Commissioners and the towns of Baggs, Elk Mountain, Encampment, Hanna, Medicine Bow, Rawlins, Riverside, and Saratoga. CCVC’s Mission is to promote events, tourism, and the hospitality industry in Carbon County