|Payment Options||Upfront & Payment Plans|
|Delivery||Online & Correspondence|
|Duration||6 months & 70 Hours of access|
This package provides you with comprehensive training in the Sabre GDS system.
It is suitable for beginners as well as those with some prior knowledge of a GDS and will provide you with an expert level of knowledge in Sabre GDS.
This expert course covers the follow subject is great detail:
Lesson 1 - Course intro, system access, encoding/decoding
Lesson 2 - Retrieving and Ignoring PNRs, Similar Name Lists
Lesson 3 - Displaying PNR fields
Lesson 4 - Displaying basic city pair availability
Lesson 5 - Return city pair availability
Lesson 6 - Flight detail displays, decoding mixed booking codes, airline alliances, air extras
Lesson 7 - Selling from availability
Lesson 8 - Passenger names, passenger telephone numbers
Lesson 9 - Ticketing arrangement, received-from
Lesson 10 - Building complete PNRs, End transaction
Lesson 11 - Canceling segments, changing/deleting basic passenger data
Lesson 12 - Entering remarks, form of payment and psgr address
Lesson 13 - Frequent flyer, agency addresses, passenger e-mail addresses
Lesson 14 - AFAX and GFAX, OSI and SSR
Lesson 15 - Changing and deleting non-essential PNR fields
Lesson 16 - Advanced city pair availability
Lesson 17 - Availability sales tags
Lesson 18 - Direct sell, open segs, waitlisted segs, book-conf segs, ARNK
Lesson 19 - Cancel and rebook segments
Lesson 20 - Inserting segments
Lesson 21 - Reducing a party
Lesson 22 - Dividing a party
Lesson 23 - STARS
Lesson 24 - Seat reservations, booking seats by area
Lesson 25 - Seat maps
Lesson 26 - Seat assignment from a seat map, change and cancel
Lesson 27 - The queue system I
Lesson 28 - The queue system II
Lesson 29 - Calculator functions, calendar functions, time functions, currency, minimum connecting times
Lesson 30 - DRS
Lesson 31 - Format Finder
Lesson 32 - Total Access, Direct Access Function
Lesson 33 - Multi Access function of Total Access
+ 8 exercises + 10 quizzes + 1 final exam
Automated Fares and Ticketing
Lesson 1 - Fare displays
Lesson 2 - Fare rules
Lesson 3 - Itinerary pricing using WP
Lesson 4 - Itinerary pricing - Bargain Finder
Lesson 5 - Itinerary pricing - secondary action codes
Lesson 6 - Itinerary pricing - stored fares
Lesson 7 - Ticketing
Lesson 8 - Issuing tickets from queue
Lesson 9 - Invoice and itinerary functions
+ 3 exercises + 3 quizzes + 1 final exam
Lesson 1 - Cars Plus System, Encoding/Decoding, Vehicle Codes, Car Associates List
Lesson 2 - Shopper's car quote
Lesson 3 - Shopper's car quote from segment, booking from quote
Lesson 4 - Single Company Display, Booking from Single Company Display
Lesson 5 - Car quotes with modifiers
Lesson 6 - Car quote redisplay
Lesson 7 - Car sell from segment, with modifiers, segment modify
Lesson 8 - Car Location Lists, extra hour and day displays
Lesson 9 - Rules displays, policy displays
+ 3 exercises + 3 quizzes + 1 final exam
Lesson 1 - Intro to SHAARP hotel system, encoding and decoding, hotel index displays
Lesson 2 - Hotel description displays
Lesson 3 - Hotel rate description
Lesson 4 - Booking a hotel room
Lesson 5 - Hotel index displays with no dates
Lesson 6 - Hotel index displays by reference point
Lesson 7 - Hotel index displays with search qualifiers
Lesson 8 - Hotel index redisplay and update
Lesson 9 - Advanced Hotel Description
Lesson 10 - Optional fields in the sell entry
Lesson 11 - More optional fields in the sell entry
Lesson 12 - Hotel Segment modification
+ 2 exercises + 3 quizzes + 1 final exam
Lesson 1 - Booking Amtrak reservations
Lesson 2 - Pricing and ticketing Amtrak reservations
Lesson 3 - Miscellaneous Amtrak entries
+ 1 quiz + 1 final exam
Directours and TourGuides
Lesson 1 - Booking a charter flight in Directours
Lesson 2 - Making an ITC booking in Directours
Lesson 3 - TourGuide
Lesson 4 - TourGuide II
Lesson 5 - ORG/Travelfile
+ 1 final exam
The course covers the SAME subjects as our 50 hours 'Introduction' course but in more details and with more examples and excercises.
This course includes 70 hours of access to the learning portal over 6 months.
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