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SERVICEIQ WORKSHOPS

ServiceIQ has been running since 2016 and help raise the standards, productivity and quality of South Australian tourism businesses throughout the state.

These workshops are delivered face-to-face in Adelaide and regional South Australia with the support or our industry partners.

They aim to deliver tangible outcomes – learnt today and implemented tomorrow.

“These workshops have provided an invaluable training resource for the operators in our region – targeted specifically to key skill and knowledge gaps. The quality of the training has been excellent, and we anticipate seeing the long-term benefits of this training into the future.” – Cathy Wills, Tourism Barossa

RECENT WORKSHOPS

ServiceIQ Workshop: Inclusive Tourism

This workshop forms part of the Business Alexandrina Program, delivered in partnership with TiCSA

Push Adventures have been educating the tourism industry on accessible and inclusive tourism for over six years! By building awareness and working directly with tourism professionals, they aim to improve the traveller experience and drive more visitors across Australia.

Delivering presentations all around Australia, and breaking down the barriers that experience providers face on the journey to becoming more inclusive, they pride themselves on being practical and relatable. 

They have consulted on a range of projects and award programs, and have won numerous entrepreneurial programs and grants to support their quest to ensure everyone can experience Australia!

Key Topics Covered in this Workshop:

  • What does it mean to be accessible?
  • How to welcome more participants
  • Understanding your physical environment
  • Considering the whole experience
  • Getting started

If you missed this workshop, view the recording and presentation slides below:

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

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SUPPORTED BY

ServiceIQ Workshop Partner - SATC
Business Alexandrina logo - ServiceIQ

These workshops are delivered with the support of the Government of South Australia through the South Australian Tourism Commission, Alexandrina Council and Business Alexandrina.