Traveling is the best form of education but not everyone
has an understanding of sustainable tourism.

Have you ever..

• gazed in awe at a glacier?

• been stunned by the vastness of a desert?

• pondered the importance of a religious temple?

• wondered at the route of an ancient civilization?

• bustled through a local indigenous market?


But … are you concerned about the impacts tourism can have such as the overuse of resources, cultural degredation and little economic benefit?

Learn more by taking a 100% online Introduction to Sustainable Tourism Course.

Recognizing the need for innovative action and serious professional training in the area of sustainable tourism, Dr. Dodds has developed an online course: Introduction to Sustainable Tourism. This innovative program demonstrates the means and best practices for a tourism business to operate with lower environmental impacts, social and cultural benefits, and positive economic opportunities for countries around the world.

Designed for entry level personnel as well as seasoned veterans, this introductory course provides in-depth knowledge of the tourism industry from economic, social and environmental perspectives.The course lays down a foundation of knowledge to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the current issues and provides specific methodologies for managing tourism sustainably. Online lectures, videos, case studies and discussions provide an interactive platform to review how small and mainstream tourism companies can more effectively take on the challenge of social, cultural and environmental management worldwide.

Learn what you can do to help transition your organization and the tourism industry towards a more sustainable future.

The course is not currently offered – If you are an educational institute and would like to offer this course or have Rachel develop an online Sustainable Tourism course for you, please contact her directly.


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